Heather Watches the 2016 Golden Globes


It’s that time of year again for awards season to kick into high gear with the Golden Globes. The Globes are always a weird night – the winners are often odd, the booze is flowing and television and movie stars are trapped together in a room. Ricky Gervais was back again to host after taking a few years off; I like Gervais, but I’ll miss the comedy stylings of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Gervais spends way too much time trying to be edgy and pretending he doesn’t care about any of this, but I thinks he doth protest too much. I’ll admit that I’m not much into the Globes this year and would have preferred to go to bed, but a blogger’s life is full of sacrifices.

As always, I kept a running diary of my thoughts of the show.

Red Carpet coverage – skipped this completely. I was far too invested in the Packers/Washington football team playoff game to switch the channel to hear awkward banter. I have enough of that in my life already.

Watch the full monologue here.

8 pm – Topical Sean Penn jokes kicks things off. Like that Ricky Gervais has a beer on the podium.


8:01 – Shots fired at NBC’s zero Golden Globe nominations.

8:03 – This material about Jeffrey Tambor and Transparent isn’t working; Ricky – you can do better.

8:05 – “Remember if you do win tonight, no one cares about that award as much as you do. Don’t get emotional, it’s embarrassing.”

8:08 – Jonah Hill as the bear in The Revenant.


8:09 – Hill is getting bleeped a lot. This premise could have worked, but it does not.

8:10 – Jane Fonda is not amused by ANY of this.


8:11 – Kate Winslet wins best supporting actress in a flim for Steve Jobs and looks very surprised by this. She’s pulling a Taylor Swift.


8:12 – They really need to have a clearer path for the winners to get to the stage.

8:13 – Important reminder – Winslet’s hubby is named Nick Rocknroll.

8:14 – The Rock and J Lo to present best supporting actress on TV. That’s a lot of attractiveness on the stage.

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8:15 – Maura Tierney and her glasses wins for The Affair.


8:20 – Andy Samberg here to present best actress in a comedy TV series.

8:21 – I would actually pay to see the guitar dude from Mad Max: Fury Road to play the In Memorium segment.


8:22 – Whoa – Rachel Bloom wins for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Did not see that one coming.


8:23 – Uh – there was already a musical comedy on network television. It’s called Galavant and it’s awesome.

8:24 – Oy. Taraji P. Henson and Terrence Howard to present best TV comedy. Are they contractually obligated to do everything together?

8:25 – Amazon’s Mozart in the Jungle wins – a show I just realized was a thing like two weeks ago.

8:26 – Viola Davis is here to present a scene from Carol. Shine bright like a diamond, Viola.


8:33 – Brad Pitt appears to be the only person paying attention to the president of the Hollywood Foreign Press’ speech.

8:34 – Ben Affleck cheating BURN.

8:35 – Isn’t it weird to have Matt Damon present a scene from his own movie?

8:36 – Odd pairing Bryce Dallas Howard and Orlando Bloom present best limited series or TV movie.

8:37 – Wolf Hall wins, marking the first award going to something that I actually have seen.

8:39 – Amber Heard and Jamie Alexander need to get their act together. They are doing a terrible job of presenting best actor in a limited series or TV movie


8:40 – I can’t argue with Oscar Issac’s win, but David Oyelowo is amazing in Nightingale.

8:45 – Jason Statham, Melissa McCarthy and director Paul Feig present Spy.

8:46 – I enjoy Statham doing comedy.


8:47 – Tom Ford and Lady Gaga present best actor in TV series.

8:48 – Christian Slater wins for Mr. Robot, a series that I quite enjoy.

8:50 – Jamie Foxx and Lily James present original score in a motion picture.


8:51 – Foxx is such a creeper. Even Denzel looks bewildered.


8:52 – Will Smith might be the only person enjoying this.

8:53 – Foxx pulls Steve Harvey and give the award to Straight Outta Compton. Real winner is The Hateful Eight, which Tarantino accepts for Ennio Morricone.

8:54 – Tarantino just called movie composing “the ghetto.” I’m sure that will be well received.

8:54 – Also – Tarantino’s speech was factually inaccurate; Morricone has previously won a ton of awards, including two Golden Globes.

8:55 – Foxx introduces his daughter as Miss Golden Globe, whom I assume he will not hit on.

8:56 – Ricky’s beer is getting pretty low.

8:56 – America Ferrera and Eve Longoria having some fun with the fact that they are mistaken for other Latina actresses before presenting best actor in a TV drama. This is a legit stacked category.


8:57 – WHOO-HOO!!! Jon Hamm wins for Mad Men. This has made the last hour worthwhile.

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9:03 – The awesomeness continues with Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer. They’re here to present clips from Trainwreck and Joy.


9:04 – Unexpectedly, they are adorable.


9:06 – Amy Adams is here to present best actor in a comedy.

9:07 – Why do they have Mark Ruffalo sitting in the dark?


9:07 – Matt Damon wins for The Martian, which is not really a comedy but whatever.

9:14 – Keeping it in the family, Kurt Russell and Kate Hudson present best animated film.


9:15 – The closest thing to a lock tonight – Inside Out gets the win.

9:16 – Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt are almost too handsome for this stage. They’re here to present a clip from The Big Short.


9:19 – J.K. Simmons and Patricia Arquette present best supporting actor in a motion picture.

9:20 – I love that they are playing the Rocky theme as Sylvester Stallone accepts his win. And a standing ovation to boot!


9:21 – Glad Stallone won, but he really should have thanked Michael B. Jordan and Ryan Coogler.

9:23 – Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are here to present in silly glasses.


9:25 – Haha – they are making fun of the TV people seated in the back.

9:27 – Aaron Sorkin wins best screenplay for Steve Jobs.

9:28 – Supergirl and The Flash present for best actor in a comedy series.

9:29 – Aziz Ansari – amazing!


9:33 – UPSET ALERT – Jeffrey Tambor does not win! Gael Garcia Bernal wins for Mozart in the Jungle, which the Foreign Press apparently loves.

9:37 – Helen Mirren and Gerard Butler present best foreign language film.

9:37 – Mirren tells Butler that he looks good for his age 😉

9:39 – Hungry wins for Son of Saul.

9:40 – Gervais is right – this show could be half an hour.

9:41 – Kevin Hart and Ken Jeong are in fact short. They’re presenting best actress in a limited series.


9:43- Proof that the Hollywood Foregin Press are crazy – they just gave Lady Gaga a Golden Globe for American Horror Story: Hotel.

9:44 – Watch Leo’s face in this Vine. #Priceless


9:45 – There are some very weird cutaways during these speeches – especially to people who are not paying attention.

9:46 – Take it down a notch Gaga. I’m sure that you’re excited to win, but you didn’t cure cancer.


9:50 – Now Katy Perry is presenting. Did this morph into the Grammys? And is she wearing a bumpit?


9:51 – It’s not a surprise that the song from Spectre won, but that doesn’t mean that I have to like it.

9:53 – Well Ricky Gervais certainly went after Mel Gibson in such a way that I seriously thought that Gibson wasn’t actually there. That was


9:54 – The uncensored version of what Gervais said when he came back out on stage:

9:54 – Whatever Gibson said to Gervais, it was bleeped out and shocked Alan Cumming.


9:56 – Gorgeous duo Olivia Wilde and John Krasinki to present best drama series.


9:57 – Yay! Mr. Robot wins. The Globes make no sense, but sometimes they make fun picks.

9:59 – I would literally pay $1,000,000 to find out what Jane Fonda and Terrence Howard could possibly be chatting about.


10:02 – Now here’s Tom Hanks to try and lend some class to this dumpster fire of an award show. He’s here to present Denzel with the Cecil B. DeMille award.

10:08 – It’s clear from that montage that there are a surprising number of Denzel Washington movies that I’ve never seen.

10:12 – It’s sweet that Denzel brought up his whole family. Here’s his speech.


10:19 – Does Chris Evans have a slight speech impediment? He seems to have trouble with words “story,” “abuse” and “church” in introducing Spotlight.


10:20 – Person in the audience – do not “whoop” for the city of Boston when it is preceded by “rocked by sex abuse scandal.”

10:23 – Moran Freeman presents best director in a motion picture and has surprisingly worked with none of the candidates.

10:24 – Alejandro G. Inarritu wins for The Revenant, which I hope to see this week.

10:25 – Two people I don’t care about give Taraji P. Henson her award for Empire.

10:26 – Haha – Taraji hands out cookies on her way to the stage.


10:27 – Dude! Do NOT step on her train!


10:28 – Word to the producers – if you know what’s best for you, do not play off Taraji. I sincerely believe that she’ll rough you up.

10:31 – Michael Keaton to present best actress in a comedy. Fingers crossed that it’s Amy Schumer! I’d love to hear her speech.

10:32 – Eh. Jennifer Lawrence is always great. Didn’t love Joy but always love her. She and A Shu hug it out.


10:33- I’ve got bad news for you JLaw – Kentucky is not a hometown.

10:34 – Maggie Gyllenhaal introduces clips from Room. She always seems so regal and composed. Though I’m not fully on board with that dress.


10:39 – Tobey Maguire introduces clips from fellow “p*ssy posse” member Leonardo DiCaprio’s film The Revenant

10:41 – Jim Carey has two Golden Globes. Let that sink in.

10:42 – Actually, he’s pretty funny. That’s a low bar tonight, but I’m finding him amusing. He’s here to present best motion picture comedy. And his beard is amazing.

Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

10:43 – The Globes is committing to their nonsense about The Martian being a comedy by also giving this award. Great movie, that also has some laughs, but it is not a comedy.

10:51 – Eddie Redmayne presents best actress in a drama; has to put up with Ricky Gervais’ silly intro about his role in The Danish Girl.

10:52 – Hooray for Brie Larson, who has been overlooked in Hollywood for too long. She’s good in everything.

73rd ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS -- Pictured: (l-r) Brie Larson, "Room", Winner, Best Actress - Motion Picture, Drama at the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 10, 2016 -- (Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBC)

Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBC

10:52 – This also seems like the appropriate time to say that the father of her young co-star is very attractive:


10:53 – Julianne Moore presents best actor in a drama.

10:54 – Leo wins. Everyone is happy. He still wants a goddamn Oscar.


10:57 – We almost got through this show without anyone talking about issues, but Leonardo gets a plea for the protection of indigenous people in just under the wire.

11:02 – The Golden Globes brings it home with Harrison Ford presenting the award for best drama.

11:03 – The Revenant is the big winner.

11:04 – Inexplicable reaction shot of Jon Hamm, but I’m not complaining.

11:05 – Tom Hardy apparently does not do awards shows. This is not surprising.

11:06 – Thank goodness this foolishness is over.

So as far as awards shows go, I’m going to say that this one was pretty terrible. Gervais was only occasionally funny and a lot of his “edgy” material was pretty dated. Plus I don’t really understand the point of having a host that consistently wants to complain about how little these awards matter and how he doesn’t want to be there; a little self-deprecation is totally fine and welcome, but after a while it’s like “if you are so miserable, why are you here?” I’m all for edgy if it’s also funny, which most of his jokes were not. Same goes for a lot of the presenters, who suffered from bits that just didn’t work or from their sheer lack of giving a shit about what they were doing. Of course, then there were the people who went in the opposite direction, like Lady Gaga’s over the top acceptance speech. I’m never going to love the Golden Globes, but they were a much more enjoyable mess when Tina and Amy were hosting. Maybe have Brad Pitt and Ryan Glosling do it; they were the surprise comedy duo of the evening. This awards show was instantly forgettable – thank goodness that I took notes while watching it or I would have forgotten most of it. I think Rob Lowe’s reaction sums it up best:


Muppets Most Wanted – A Review


I had by most standards a very happy childhood, but for some reason I don’t seem to remember very much of it. I have memories, of course, but most of them are just snippets and for a lot of things I’d be hard pressed to give you a lot of detail. I don’t remember having a favorite toy, for example, and of the things that I do recall pretty well, I’m not sure how many of those are actual memories of the experience and how many are simply prompted from a lifetime of hearing stories and looking through photographs. I have an excellent memory in general, but for whatever reason that didn’t seem to really kick into gear until I got a little older.

However, the things that I do really remember from growing up I remember very vividly. Even though these things happed almost three decades ago (eek!), it’s like they happened yesterday. For example, the moment that my parents told me that they were having another baby is permanently seared into my subconscious; that was a pretty seminal moment of my young life and is one of my favorite stories to tell (spoiler alert: I did not take the news well). Scattered among the mental snapshots of family vacations and birthday parties is one of the most defining moments of my youth: the first time I saw Kermit the Frog riding a bicycle in The Muppet Movie:


This blew my freaking mind.

Now, even at a young age I understood that the Muppets weren’t real and were in fact puppets controlled by humans. But seeing Kermit on a bicycle challenged everything that I knew; how were they pulling this off? Seeing my preconceived notions of the limitations of the Muppets and what they could do was a transformative experience. I already loved the Muppets, but this solidified the wonder and magic that I associated with them (it also probably helped solidify my fascination with movies as well). The Muppets could now do anything; even if I didn’t understand how it was happening, I knew that they would always find ways to surprise me. Even though I am well into my thirties, I consider myself an unabashed fan of all that Jim Henson created. When Muppet fan-boy Jason Segel decided to breathe some fresh life into the franchise in 2011 with The Muppets, I loved him all the more.

Muppets Most Wanted is the inevitable sequel to The Muppets and while it is a lot of fun, it just isn’t as good as its predecessor. I had a great time and laughed a lot, but this installment is not an instant Muppet classic. Like most sequels, it fails to totally live up to expectations. If you like the Muppets you will certainly like Muppets Most Wanted – even a less than perfect Muppet movie is pretty great – though it does have its minor faults.

Muppets Most Wanted picks up in the immediate aftermath of the events depicted in The Muppets – like literally in the seconds after the first movie ended. Unsure of what to do next, the Muppets are encouraged by their new acquaintance Dominic Badguy (Rickie Gervais) to go out on an international tour. What the Muppets don’t realize is that Dominic is in cahoots with international criminal mastermind (and Kermit doppelgänger) Constantine and that the tour is a cover for their crime spree. A case of mistaken identity results in Kermit being sent to a Siberian gulag (run by Tina Fey) and Constantine assimilating himself with the Muppet clan. An Interpol agent (Ty Burrell) and Sam the Eagle team up to try and crack the case. The film is something a mix of a prison break film and a heist movie, continuing the Muppet tradition of a lot of random celebrity cameos (Why is P Diddy gambling with the Muppets? It doesn’t really matter).

What struck me about Muppets Most Wanted is that I’m not really sure that it is aimed at children; the majority of the jokes and references in the film seem more directed at people like me who grew up with the Muppets. Our felt friends have always been something of a throwback, with their vaudevillian antics and love of puns, but the script for Muppets Most Wanted only seemed to exaggerate the issue. I’m not sure how many kids today would get references to A Chorus Line or know who the majority of the cameos in this film were. There were a lot of ethnic inspired jokes in the film; Fey’s Nadia speaks in an exaggerated and thick accent a la Natasha on Rocky and Bullwinkle and Burrell’s Frenchman Jean Pierre Napoleon is just a collection of jokes about the European work ethic. I don’t think that these stereotypes are malicious or harmful (though given current events, it might not be a good time to piss off Putin), but I do think that they will be lost on most people under the age of 25. I certainly giggled a lot at the movie, but I didn’t notice any of the children in the audience laughing. This may be a nostalgic film for adults that is only masquerading as a kid’s movie.

I also think that the film suffers a bit from the absence of Segel and his co-star Amy Adams. Their love story was a big part of the first movie and both actors brought a real sweetness to the overall film. While I thought Gervais, Fey and Burrell were good, there wasn’t the same level of joy coming from the human actors this time around. Gervais is playing the part of a villain and while Fey isn’t necessarily a bad guy, there isn’t a lot of warmth emanating from a woman that is running a prison in Siberia. Burrell really commits to his French farce, but that joke goes on a bit too long. Add in the fact that we spend a lot of time with Constantine and there aren’t really a lot of characters to root for in this movie (other than Kermit, obviously). The other Muppets don’t get a ton of screen time and are largely portrayed as selfish individuals that don’t even notice that “Kermit” is suddenly acting very out of character. For a Muppet movie, I think it could have done with a higher dosage of fun. This isn’t a dark movie, but there it could use a little oomph of likable characters.

The songs are once again written by Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords fame and while there is nothing that quite captures the magic of “Man or Muppet” or “Life’s a Happy Song” the songs are definitely catchy. I particularly enjoyed Constantine’s rendition of “I’ll Get You What You Want,” which was still rattling around in my brain this morning after seeing the movie last night.

Some other thoughts:

  • For the first time ever, we get a glimpse at what Kermit and Miss Piggy’s prospective offspring would look like!
  • Maybe I’m just getting old, but the sound mixing of the film felt a little off; the music was so loud during some of the numbers that it was difficult to hear what the characters were singing or saying.
  • Some of the cameos are so quick that if you blink you will miss them – I was pretty sure that I saw Russell Tovey (Being Human (UK), Sherlock, Looking), but I had to look it up when I got home to be sure. The Wire looks at some of the quick cameos and where you may know some of those familiar faces from.
  • I was delighted that they incorporated The Muppet Show theme song into the movie (even if it was in Spanish) since we appropriated that tune for one of our sorority pledge songs back in college. One guess whose idea that was.
  • Seeing Danny Trejo and Ray Liotta do show tunes was immensely entertaining.
  • There are plenty of meta jokes in the film if you go in for that sort of thing (I do). As someone who never completely was on board with the addition of the new character of Walter from The Muppets, one meta joke in particular really made me laugh.
  • Do with this information what you will, but there were a group of teenage boys at my screening who may or may not have been under the influence and that found this movie absolutely hilarious. So Muppets Most Wanted may be right in a stoner’s wheelhouse.
  • This is unrelated to Muppets Most Wanted specifically, but this is the first time that I’ve been to the movies in over a month. That’s a lifetime for me!

Despite these quibbles, Muppets Most Wanted is a wacky and fun film that manages to mostly capture what is great about the Muppets and keep the proud tradition of Jim Henson alive. It may not hit the same heights that The Muppets was able to reach, but it was still chock full of the wordplay and silliness that make the Muppets an institution. I’ll be curious to see how kids react to this film as I think a lot of the jokes and references will go completely over their head. They’ll like the singing and dancing, of course, but I think they might be a little bored in parts. Even if this isn’t the best movie that the Muppets have done, it is still nice to have them back on the big screen.

Muppets Most Wanted opens nationwide today.


Pop Culture Odds and Ends – Getting Old Edition

It’s my birthday this weekend, which is usually cause for celebration, at least in my eyes. Everyone else just kind of humors me. This year, however, I’m just not feeling it and am kind of dreading having to say that I am a year older. There is not legitimate reason for this apathy – it isn’t a “milestone” birthday or anything – and I know turning a year older beats the alternative, but I’m just not in a celebratory mood at all this year. Perhaps I’ve finally gotten over the excitement for my birthday that everyone else got over when they were a kid. Perhaps it is because this year a lot of people have yet to respond to my unofficial party or can’t come. Perhaps it is because I do so many awesome things throughout the year that I don’t really need this excuse to make a big deal out of one particular day. Whatever the reason, as Saturday approaches, instead of my usual giddiness, it’s being greeted with a shrug. I’m happy to see my friends, but that’s about it.

Pop culture, on the other hand, still makes me excited and I had a lot of fun compiling your biweekly roundup of all the pop culture goodness that you might have missed. I just kept finding all sort of cool things to include. So while I attempt to determine what exactly is bumming me out, kick back and enjoy:

  •  Congrats to Bob Newhart for winning his first Emmy! The full list of Creative Arts Emmy winners can be found here. The Primetime Emmys will air on September 22. There may be a live blog.
  • The West Wing fans – Allison Janney performed “The Jackal” last night on the newly revived The Arsenio Hall Show.


  • Everyone that I know that watched the Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Canelo Alvarez fight last weekend was disappointed. Snoop Dogg Lion, however, won over a pound of weed on that fight.
  • After a lackluster performance at the box office, the planned sequel to The Mortal Instruments has been delayed indefinitely.
  • A new season of Key and Peele debuts tonight:


  • Best. Parents. Ever.
  • Doctor Sleep, Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining, will be released next Tuesday.
  • People keep making Breaking Bad musicals. Check out Walter White and the Mazing Blue Crystal Meth:


  • This is probably NOT a good sign: Pirates of the Caribbean 5 has been shut down indefinitely for script maintenance. Probably for the best; this movie is wholly unnecessary.
  • Eddie Murphy did a reggae song with Snoop Lion. I have no idea if this is supposed to be a joke or not:


  • The O.C.’s Sandy Cohen and Ryan Atwood (Peter Gallagher and Ben McKenzie in real life) reunited at Gallagher’s daughter’s concert.
From @petergallagher

From @petergallagher

  • The O.C. is getting a a remake – in Turkey.
  • I am a fan of both Metallica and bluegrass, so I really enjoyed this cover of “Enter Sandman:”


  • The first three hosts for SNL have been announced; Tina Fey kicks the season off, followed my Miley Cyrus and Bruce Willis.
  • Miley Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” video is greatly improved with the addition of Nicolas Cage:


  • Watch this guy do 13 Muppet impressions in a minute:


  • Speaking of Muppets, they did all sorts of great stuff since the last round up. Cookie Monster spoofed some movies:


  • Elmo (or a reasonable facsimile) hung out with Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen:


  • Grover sang with Dave Matthews:


  • Cookie Monster also found some time to hang out with Loki:


  •  UC Irvine is offering a free online course on The Walking Dead. I’m not a huge fan of the show, but I may have to take this just for kicks. I’m thinking that could really spruce up my resume.
  • Ha! Watch Todd from Breaking Bad gun down Justin Bieber:


No Biebers were harmed in the creation of this GIF

No Biebers were harmed in the creation of this GIF

  • He’s still really good looking, but I’m not digging Joe Manganiello as much without his beard.
  • Eminem turned up during the Michigan/Notre Dame game. It was awkward, to say the least.


  • Michael Jackson’s Thriller recreated with LEGOs:


  • Britney Spears is rumored to be earning $15 million per year for her Vegas residency. Seems as good a reason as any to finally plan my first trip to Vegas.


  • This local sports anchor worked 41 Seinfeld references into his segment:


He also did a segment full of old school rap references and wrestling references. I think this guy and I could be fast friends.

  • Also announcing tours: Robin Thicke, Jay Z and Kanye (the latter who I am going to see in Madison Square Garden!)
  • Cecily Strong is joining the soon departing Seth Myers at the SNL Weekend Update desk. The last few people to sit at the desk (Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Jimmy Fallon) have gone on to some pretty great things.
  • A writer at UPROXX wrote a tribute to one of the greatest episodes of It’s Always SunnyChardee MacDennis. I wholeheartedly concur.
  • The Ohio University marching band preformed a rendition of Ylvis’ viral sensation The Fox during their game against Marshall.


Haven’t see the video for The Fox yet? Here it is, in all it’s weirdness. Watch it now, thank me later.

  • Breaking Bad fans are the best. Los Pollos Hermanos now has its own Yelp page, full of reviews.
  • Fiona Apple covered “Pure Imagination” from Willy Wonka for a Chipotle ad:


Trailers! Get your trailers here:

  • Nicole Kidman in Grace of Monaco:


  • National Geographic’s Killing Kennedy, starring Rob Lowe and Ginnifer Goodwin:


  • Kill Your Darlings with Daniel Radcliffe and Michael C. Hall (that’s kind of a weird combo):


  • Will Forte and Bruce Dern star in Nebraska, the latest from director Alexander Payne:


  • James Franco and Jason Statham are in a movie together. Yes, I’m serious.


  • A photo of Justin Bieber holding a script for the upcoming Batman vs. Superman movie almost broke the Internet.


No – he isn’t playing Robin.

As always, we end with the supercuts and mashups:

  • Who knew that Marty McFly was such a screamer?


  • A Billy Joel/Kanye mashup sounds way better than you would think:


  • Blurred Sanford mashes up Blurred Lines and the Sanford and Son theme song:


  • This supercut proves Bill Murray is an awkward kisser.


  • Monty Python and the Holy Grail gets a modern trailer remix:


  • Les Miserables…..with light sabers:


  • Good Will Batman (NSFW):


  • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia gets the Cheers opening credit treatment:


  • And finally……The Dukes of Heisenberg:


Have a great Wednesday!