Many Star Wars fans may hate Revenge of the Sith but with a few dialogue edits it can go from abysmal to deep fried comedy gold.
That’s been made possible by this reverse-translation of a Chinese bootleg and the dedication of YouTuber GratefulDeadpool who’s dubbed a crap movie into something entirely entertaining.
Hollywood, of course, has long been the benchmark for cinematic excellence, but that’s not to say there haven’t been any imitators like classic foreign rip-offs and remakes the Turkish Rambo, Nigerian Titanic, and Korean Tron.
But most famous of all these is Çetin İnanç’s The Man Who Saves the World’ aka Turkish Star Wars—film historian Ed Glaser shares the story behind the film and the rediscovery of this cult classic.
It’s considered not only the best Star Wars movie, but one of the best sequels of all time—even Screen Junkies had a hard time finding fault in this Honest Trailer.
But don’t worry, they still found plenty to make fun from Han Solo’s great use of finger pointing, Luke Skywalker’s transition from whinger to dummie, and the frankly weird Princess Leia-Han-Luke love triangle
Beginning at the beginning with the 1937 classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs this video looks at Disney animations over the nearly 80s years they’ve been making magic.
Using 45 Disney movies filmmaker Bora Barroso shows how the films have evolved over the years, showing how the company have pioneering animation techniques while also making many of your fav chilldhood films.
YouTube channel Wisecrack takes a look at the driving forces (excuse the pun) behind Anakin’s turn to the Dark Side and the philosophical origins of his tragic arc.
It also looks at the psychology behind what kept him such an evil villain right up until his end in the 1983 Star Wars movie Return of the Jedi.
On paper I, Robot, based on a Isaac Asimov short story and starring Will Smith and directed by The Crow’s Alex Proyas appears great.
In practice the movie was as boring as an action movie about robots rebelling against their makers can be—which makes this video from CinemaSins counting everything wrong with it highly agreeable.
A movie like the upcoming Assassin’s Creed starring Michael Fassbender obviously features a lot of incredible parkour stunt work.
In this video from Devin Super Tramp stuntman and acrobatic Damian Walters shows off his acute parkour skills before joining the cast for a shoot on the film.
Although many stories may appear original, on closer inspection it turns out they’re not so unique after all.
Because character arcs and stories all seem to follow the same balance and rhythm—using Dan Harmon’s Story Circle theory Will Schoder explains in this video why all stories, despite the medium, are essentially the same.