Chances are you've seen "Star Wars." Not just because you're reading this site, but because you can read, and are a human being who has been alive for a sliver of the 20th century. Even if the words "Luke, I am your father" mean nothing to you, there's a good chance you understand the origin, or, at the very least, that it's a cultural catchphrase that has persisted since the late '70s.
WARNING: SOME ADULT LANGUAGE LIVES HERE:
"Our friend, [Carlos], a 23-year-old American male, did not know who Luke's father was," writes Avi Bakshani in the metadata of his video on YouTube. "So we made it an event." And an event it is, considering that Carlos (who has ostensibly has been alive since 1990) had no flipping idea, and his shocked -- SHOCKED! -- reaction was caught on tape.
Someone had better hold his hands during "Titanic." We have a feeling that flick's going to be extra rough for the guy.