Humor

  • How “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” should have ended
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    I’ve been waiting for this. It’s “How it should have ended” for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” Spoilers: Obviously! But they’re humorous spoilers, so no worries. Don’t forget to stick around for the post-credit sequences: That was surprisingly good. Some painfully obvious plot choices that would have made The Force…

  • Kylo Ren on Undercover Boss
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    If you missed last night’s Saturday Night Live you missed a fabulous skit parodying the Fox series Undercover Boss. In it Kylo Ren (Adam Driver) goes undercover as Matt, a radar technician, at Starkiller base as he tried to get to know his workers better. Hilarity ensues, of course: Love…

  • Walt’s Frozen Head movie trailer
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    About a year about The Disney Blog’s twitter account was followed by a parody twitter account named @WaltsFrzenHead. I thought it was a clever joke on the urban legend that Walt Disney had his body cryogenicly preserved. We know it’s not true, his ashes are entombed in Glenda, CA, but…

  • Just how perfect a film is Pixar’s WALL-E? We find out
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    In my opinion Pixar’s WALL-E is pretty much the perfect motion picture achievement, but even great films have problems. The awesome YouTube channel ‘Cinema Sins’ has turned their sin counter toward WALL-E and Eve. Turns out even great films have some sins. The following video on the edge of not…

  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens – Disney Mashup Trailer
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    We’re just 72 days away from “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” soaring into theaters everywhere. There’s bound to be a new trailer or two ahead, but none quite like this mashup. It creatively takes the trailer for “The Force Awakens” and inserts Disney characters into its iconic moments. It may…

  • Mashup Trailer: Inside Out and Inception
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    Editor Nelson Carvajal had the vision to see how Christopher Nolan’s 2012 thriller “Inception” and Pixar’s well-received animated feature “Inside Out” could exist together. He calls it a Disney-Pixar thriller set within the architecture of our emotions. Carvajal took footage from various Inside Out trailers and mashed it up with…

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