Category Archives: Parody
Quite funny! Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 remains my favorite movie of the year so far, and the How It Should Have Ended folk have finally produced their cartoon! And it’s quite good!
I like when these peeps focus more on the humor and not their Batman/Superman cafe scenes. Fortunately, this one has both, so everybody will be pleased!
I know everybody hates them quite a bit, but I loved both Amazing Spider-Man movies. I loved the energy, I loved Andrew Garfield, I liked the villains, I loved Gwen Stacy, and I never liked Tobey Maguire as either Spider-Man or Peter Parker.
Fortunately, we all get to go see Spider-Man: Homecoming this weekend! I’m very excited. But hey, Honest Trailers is always reliable for comedy.
Power Rangers is one of my favorite films so far this year, and I’ve made it a point to see a lot of movies this year. The only exception is Transformers: The Last Knight. For reasons I do not yet know, my local movie theater did not play Transformers this weekend. I kind of hope they’re taking a stand against garbage, but that doesn’t make any sense.
Anyway, back to the point, Honest Trailer for Power Rangers, go go!
The movie has great characters, it treats them well and it treats them like real people. That’s a major plus for me. The costumes and the Zords look cool, and they have a lot of fun with it.
I sure do hope we get a sequel. I want me some Green Ranger on the big screen, gosh darn it!
Finally, a short, sweet and to-the-point How It Should Have Ended! I don’t know what drives the men and women behind these nifty Internet shorts, but I assume their Batman/Superman cafe bits are really popular? Not to me! Give me a clever alternate ending to a movie, like your name implies!
That’s definitely clever and funny. Good job fulfilling your one job, guys! Moana was a little weird. Also, both of the animal sidekicks were dumb.
Those funny people at How It Should Have Ended are back again to give my lazy, sweltering Monday something funny to share. Seriously, though, it’s 90-degrees for, like, the second day in a row. I’m only human here!
Anyway, LEGO Batman!
That’s definitely going the extra mile! Using stop-motion LEGO animation to recreate and re-end the end to that movie? Brilliant! Good work, all you crazy people, you!