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Desc:I can't even imagine the level of boredom that would drive somebody to do this.
Category:Classic Movies, Stunts
Tags:Disney, a goofy movie, re-enactment, in several languages
Submitted:kthorjensen
Date:03/07/10
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Comment count is 35
Cube - 2010-03-07
That was the gayest thing I've ever seen.
Candlejackv616 - 2010-03-07
You should see this dudes Youtube page, both the comments section and his "about me" explains a hell of a lot.

Udderdude - 2010-03-07
Everyone involved in the making of this needs to die.
THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-03-07
0:54-0:57- She doesn't have a belly button, therefore proving she isn't human and confirming our suspicions.
zatojones - 2010-03-07
was this movie big for kids who were like 13 in the mid 90s or something?
Candlejackv616 - 2010-03-07
I was thinking the same thing! seriously I had no idea this movie ment so much to some people.

Growing up this was one of those background movies your parents put on while you were in the midst of doing something else like playing with action figure and whatnot. Followed by every once and awhile glancing up and watching it for a couple of minutes before resuming what was probably far more interesting than the movie itself.

also, why is there a amalgam of Morris Day, Bobby Brown and Rudy Coby spliced with a furry in this?

nemeses9 - 2010-03-13
Everyone my age (24) who saw this movie when it was new seems to appreciate it, myself included. I liked it, and I have fond memories of it, but at the same time I've never thought of it as some epic masterpiece; rather just a nice piece of my childhood.

That being said, this was cringe inducing and I sincerely feel there's something wrong with the individual who decided this was a good idea.

kwash - 2010-03-22
Most of the people my age (22ish) have a big soft spot for this movie, not because it's good, but because of the lens we use to gloss over the 90's. Ask somebody my age what they think of Empire Records, you'll get about the same response (I LOVE IT).

Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2011-10-04
Pretty much this. I saw in the theater as a kid, enjoyed it immensely and when I caught it on TV in high school still liked it enough to watch the end. The nice animation didn't hurt either.

Yet I'm still flabbergasted that someone went through the trouble of making this while live action Robotech remains in production hell.

phalsebob - 2010-03-07
What's wrong with kids today?
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2010-03-07
This felt like rape.
Jack Dalton - 2010-03-07
...Then Disney makes him take this off youtube, leading him to spend 5 years attempting a perfect reenactment of the scissor scene in David Cronenberg's The Dead Zone.
eatenmyeyes - 2010-03-07
Fuck...

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-03-07
I think that's Dead Again. And I would totally watch that.

Urkel Forever - 2010-03-07
Evil for sure.

2:06 - Stunt fat?
Camonk - 2010-03-07
Why would you even do this? There's no justification for this at ALL.
namtar - 2010-03-07
Why?
BHWW - 2010-03-07
No one involved in the making of this will go unscathed. Hopefully.
ztc - 2010-03-07
Who wants to join me in spending a huge chunk of their lives making a cartoon version of that scene from Trancers 4: Jack Of Swords where everybody sits around talking?
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2010-03-07
I guess. Whatever.

Riskbreaker - 2010-03-07
Everything has a fan, everything. Even the lamest movie, tv show or cartoon has a fanbase.
Kabbage - 2012-04-19
Jake 2.0

Check mate.

Kabbage - 2012-04-19
http://www.loony-archivist.com/j20/

Oh god... noo....

Longshot- - 2010-03-07
They have all created their own personal hell, and they will all burn in it.
Caminante Nocturno - 2010-03-07
I'm angry that this is real.
Anonymous - 2010-05-24
This clip makes me want to die.

Jet Bin Fever - 2010-03-07
I saw this in the theater with my father because he heard it was a good movie about fathers and sons. :-/
God, I hate the 90s.
Valkor - 2010-03-07
That's cute.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2010-03-07
I loved this movie when I was a teen and played the soundtrack constantly at one point. I am really not proud of that.

I guess it has an appeal to kids in the same reason High School Musical appeals. It's sugary crap that idealizes high school. But it's also angsty as hell. The sequel to this is beyond horrible.
Xenocide - 2010-03-07
This movie had some clever bits to it, like when they go to the redneck theme park that's a thinly-veiled parody of Disneyland.

Still pretty forgettable by Disney movie standards, though.

Myrmidon - 2010-03-07
I'm right there with you. This came out when I was in Middle School, and as such, it seemed awfully cool.

But enjoying it enough, over a period of time to attempt to do this? Holy shit.

There really is a deranged, creepily obsessive fandom for everything on the internet isn't there? There's a "Rude Dog and the Dweebs" fanfic site somewhere, isn't there? (DON'T TELL ME I DON'T WANT TO KNOW)

Xenocide - 2010-03-07
Whatever. Call me when you make a live action version of Be Prepared, with Jeremy Irons reprising his role as Lion Hitler.
fluffy - 2010-03-07
I'd rather they did a live-action version of http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=23212
twinkieafternoon - 2010-03-07
How does that one guy have that many friends that are willing to help him make this?
Suedeo - 2010-03-07
My best guess is "drama class".

I was unable to watch this all the way through.

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