You might have seen Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch’s Chewbacca impression, but have you seen his equally impressive Jar Jar Binks?
All that and more is on this second compilation showcasing celebrity mimicry as displayed by the guests of the always entertaining Graham Norton Show.
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.
By all accounts 2016 was a shitter of a year which many people were glad to see the back of, so looking back at it in his annual Screen Wipe Charlie Brooker will make you laugh and cry.
Because even though it was a year that saw the death of beloved celebrities and brought the world Brexit and president Trump, Brooker still laces this roundup with plenty of satirical bite and gallows humor.
The BBC’s new David Attenborough-narrated nature doc Planet Earth II wowed audiences with its breathtaking and unique footage of animals.
British filmmaker Matthew Amys has taken that footage and hilariously added human screams and the result is far less majestic but a lot more amusing.
We all remember that feeling when you were a kid on Christmas morning and you unwrap the gift of your dreams. Sheer joy just pulsates through you as you scream with jubilation. Then, you grow up into an adult, you mature, have responsibilities, kids, a mortgage, and lose that sense of excitement when it comes to opening presents.
Because lets face it, the gift of socks is just not that exciting. But the thing is, that’s not strictly true. Because somewhere deep inside of you that excited kid still exists.
Making comedy may sometimes look like a breeze, but it isn’t easy to make someone laugh when it comes to the moving image.
But, that doesn’t mean there’s only a certain way to get a laugh out of people, there are many ways to do it—here’s ten of cinema’s best.
We’ve all seen those lifestyle videos featuring people with seemingly perfect lives who show the rest of us how great they are at cooking, makeup, life in general.
Well this video featuring Australian comedian Natalie Tran skewers and spoofs those with a great sketch where Tran keeps interrupting her own monologues to camera to talk castigate her cheating boyfriend behind the camera.
Comedy YouTube channel Auralnauts give the Star Wars saga a reworking in this very amusing parody of the mega-hit sci-fi franchise.
In it they hilariously imagine a what if where C-3PO becomes the antagonist of a campy science fiction movie from the 1980s.