The Cutest Yoda Ever Is Completely Oblivious to His Own Awesomeness. Dad Isn’t, Though…

Nov 6, 2014 By Abraham 0

This 13-month-old Yoda may have no clue how cool he is even as he defends himself with his light-saber, but his dad is perfectly aware. So he made a video to document Baby Yoda’s powers, complete with a homemade, a cappella soundtrack…

If Classic Disney Movies Had Been Animated Today

Nov 6, 2014 By Megan Berman 7

These awesome reboots of iconic Disney stills were done by Tyson Murphy, a video game character artist. He uses Photoshop and a keen artistic eye to bring more realistic movement, color, and depth to the often flat appearance of classic Disney movie characters.

The results show how these older movies may have looked if they were made in a more modern era…

The Sword in the Stone – Before

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The Sword in the Stone – After

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31 Movies That Get Hilarious When One Letter Is Removed. “Finding Emo” Would Be Amazing…

Nov 5, 2014 By Joey White 3

The smallest typo in a movie title can completely change everything, for better or worse.

To hilariously illustrate this, one redditor, Austin Light, spent each day in October drawing a scene from an imagined movie that was created based on dropping just one letter from a movie’s title.

The plots from these movie typos are fantastic, hilarious, and brilliant…

Obocop

The story of how a police officer works through his PTSD and adjusts his new robotic implants with the help of the sexy soothing sound of his oboe.

Movie Title Typos 1

Rave

One red-haired Scottish girl. One dance floor. One unforgettable night.

Movie Title Typos 2

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The Most Embarrassing and Infuriating Discussion of the Viral Catcalling Video Yet

Nov 4, 2014 By Abraham 1

Everyone has seen and is now tired of the video about street harassment that now has 32 million views on YouTube. But that doesn’t mean it’s going away. People are still talking about it, because as annoying as it might be to hear so much about something, it’s still a fascinating and divisive issue.

And this interview on CNN proves it.

In typical TV fashion, no one listens to anyone or addresses any of their opponent’s points, good or bad. If you enjoy fruitless arguments about cringeworthy claims, this was filmed just for you…

This Is Why You Don’t Do the News with a Huge Dog in Hand (Actually, It’s Kind of Awesome)

Nov 1, 2014 By Abraham 0

In an effort to highlight the importance and awesomeness of adopting pets from humane society, Edmonton meteorologist Mike Sobel brought Ripple on set with him to do the weather.

Ripple might still need a bit of training…

In the two weeks since this aired, Ripple has been adopted and we’re sure his don’t-chew-through-leashes training has begun.

What If Disney Princesses Had Healthier, More Realistic Waistlines?

Oct 31, 2014 By Abraham 10

Obviously animated movies aren’t supposed to be entirely realistic. The nature of the genre is to portray characters with very exaggerated features — a huge nose or extremely broad shoulders, for instance.

So when the character is female and supposed to be good-looking, you can bet her waist is going to be ridiculously thin. But what if, instead, she was shaped like a healthy, slightly more realistic woman?

That’s what designer Loryn Brantz asked and answered in this intriguing series…

Pocahantas

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Belle

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