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Ah, the YouTube comments section. An anarchist's wet dream. The 2013 Wild West. Vaunted Land of the Mouth Breathers. And the only place fit to appropriately break down this year's Oscar nominees for acting.
Indeed, no nominee is safe from the wrath of the sub-100 IQ anonymous. Best Actors and Actresses, you're up first. Step right up and be mocked by the kings of the typo! Get More »
What's the best part of a movie? The romance? The action? Maybe the cinematography? Nope.
It's the belittling and threatening of our favorite characters. If the success of the "Jackass" franchise is any indication, the general public thoroughly enjoys watching characters come into harm's way, physically or verbally.
The filmmakers behind the "Kung Fu Panda" franchise made a wise decision: Take a fluffy, lumbering, adorable animal and throw it into a few stylish action scenes. Results: comedy gold!
Since the beginning of YouTube, panda bears have become a go-to animal for entertaining the masses. People love their gracefully chaotic antics. Whether it's making a funny face, rolling around in the grass, dancing to a Top 20 hit, or popping up in unexpected places, an appearance by a panda almost always equates to a positive.
Prep for "Kung Fu Panda 2" by checking out the web's greatest panda videos of all time -- and beware, your face may not be prepared for the amount of smiling it is about to do.
On July 24, 2010, YouTube users from around the world submitted home videos to a crowd-sourcing project called "Life in a Day." The goal was simple: create a documentary film that showcases the daily lives of people from around the world, using footage shot by those people themselves.
The scheme was cooked up by the legendary Ridley Scott ("Alien," "Gladiator") and Academy Award-winning director Kevin MacDonald ("The Eagle") and now the first trailer for the completed film has appeared on -- where else? -- YouTube. Get More »
Nothing can prepare you for what you're about to see.
Truly, there's never been anything quite like this. Never has violence had such a raw beauty, and never has passion been so uncompromised -- truly, it's almost like ballet. Ballet with a lot of swearing, fisticuffs, one hell of a twist and a final extended gag that has no right being as funny as it is.