You know how Tom Cruise is always seen running in every movie, well Jason Statham is seen kicking in all of his. Burger Fiction put all of them together for a video that goes over 7 minutes and I got a kick out of it.
If they make a movie about the Rockettes, they have to find a way to have him star in it as one of them.
It was about 110 degrees in Los Angeles today, so you can say it was hot. How hot? So hot, that while Kate Beckinsale was driving around and filming Sarah Silverman, she captured the moment a “@Perrier bottle overheated and popped its cap into her ear.” That’s muy caliente.
When we were younger our teachers tried to teach us the alphabet with that song, but don’t you wish there was a better way to do it? Burger Fiction had a lot of freaking time on their hands and they found actors and actress saying all 26 letters in about 85 movies. Now we can teach the next generation the ABC’s with this video.
Granted they might learn a few choice words, but it is a small price to play.
I just wish they included that movie where this Brooklyn guy teaches kids on a rooftop the Italian Alphabet, you know f*cking A, f*cking B, f*cking C and so on. I don’t remember the name of it, but I will always remember that scene.
Someone named Burger Fiction decided to take some of the saddest scenes from movies and super cut them all together. Why? I don’t know because now that I watched it, I can’t stop crying. Are they trying to make people depressed?
And what is up with all those kids movies being so depressing? After watching this, I will never let my kids watch anything from Disney or Pixar ever again. Here we thought that Bambi was the only sad movie, turns out almost all of them are like that.
I am sticking with my Adam Sandler movies. They are depressing, but not in a tear inducing way.
Depeche Mode’s Just Can’t Get Enough is one of the most upbeat songs ever created, but how would it look if you saw the band performing it without any music or lyrics? That is exactly what Mario Wienerroither showed us when he Stripped all the audio from their 1982 live performance on French TV. Seriously how ridiculous do they look dancing in mute? Especially David Gahan and that wiggling thing he is doing? With music it is another story, but without it is like a Grimm Fairytale.
Do you Enjoy the Silence?
But back to DM, I can’t get over how young they look back before they found their Personal Jesus. Such babies!