Category Archives: Parody
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a true masterpiece and deservedly won that Oscar. So let’s poke some fun at it! Legitimately, at times, thanks to the How It Should Have Ended people!
Some good jokes there! Though if I can be that guy, a webline isn’t retractable, and Doc Ock needed time to repair the collider, which is why they couldn’t re-do the experiment that day. Though I did love the alternate reality Kingpin seeking revenge joke!
Also, if I haven’t made this clear enough, but I very much dislike the cafe tradition. Stop using your jokey versions of Batman and Superman as a crutch! You’re better than that! You’re funnier than that! Your Spider-Man jokes were great this episode!
Although I will admit the Into the Bat-Verse ending was pretty fun.
I am only one man. With one dinky little blog that I write purely as a hobby. And if you take nothing else away from my ramblings, know that I don’t like it when the How It Should Have Ended cartoons cut to their inane Batman/Superman cafe scenes.
It totally ruins an otherwise awesome Aquaman parody.
These animators have a great gimmick. They are often very funny. And the animation is killer. But stop shooting yourselves in the foot by making every superhero episode cut to Batman and Superman saying the same catch phrases over and over in a cafe! Especially stop making it the bulk of your gorram episode!
There I was, waiting to see how they planned to “really” end Aquaman…only for Batman to swoop in and make their jokes and ruin the moment. Not cool, people.
Back in the day, Unbreakable was one of my favorite M. Night Shyamalan films! Then I re-watched it the other day in the build-up to Glass, and it still holds up pretty well. Maybe not as good as it did back in the day, but it’s still fun.
Excellent work, Honest Trailers people! I’m going to see Glass tonight, and I hope that’s good, too! Mostly I need to stop being so old. Who knew it would take more than a decade to get that Unbreakable sequel we all wanted back in the day?
Venom was a huge success and made a ton of money! So not only are we going to get a sequel, we’re also going to get a bunch of unconnected movies like Morbius and Kraven. Because Sony Pictures doesn’t understand that it was Venom himself that sold the movie, not their movie-making techniques. Nobody gives a crap about Morbius.
Honest Trailers nails some of the major complaints about Venom. But it’s like shooting fish in a barrel.
My brother turned me onto these videos from Screen Rant. A dude named Ryan George does this rapid back-and-forth pitch meetings for popular movies, with the screenwriter pitching the movie to the studio executive. They’re pretty funny! Here’s the newest one, for X-Men: First Class:
There’s a whole bunch of these, and I’ve been marathoning them pretty heavily over the past day or so. They’re a good bit!