As the "gender reveal" wildfires in California rage on, cities have started looking like a scene straight out of a video game or sci-fi movie.
Remember the days when we could watch movies in the theater without a care in the world? Our biggest worry was which size popcorn to get (large obviously) or where to sit (back row, middle seats, duh). But those days are distant memories, and who knows when we'll be allowed back into theaters. We wouldn't even mind the obnoxious idiots who talk throughout the movie, or who have their phones on loud—just bring back normality, please! Joining us in movie theater nostalgia is writer Mike Ginn, who recently tweeted: "The thing I miss most about movie theaters is overhearing someone say the dumbest f—king thing I've ever heard before the previews start." His tweet went viral, and he received thousands of replies from people, all sharing the dumbest things they've overheard at the movies. What's yours?
Mr. Bean was one of those classic 'I don't know why this is funny, but it just is' shows. For a guy who barely spoke, he somehow managed to make everyone laugh, which is a particular skill that not many actors or comedians have. So how about a little reminder of how funny Mr. Bean was, with some pictures of his face photoshopped onto famous Hollywood characters, that someone somewhere had the ingenuity to create? Somehow these are almost as funny as watching him on TV, so my conclusion is that his humor is in his face. What do you think?
Someone on AskReddit got a thread going about the movies that people would wipe clean from reality. Many of us have struggled through those cinematic experiences that just didn't sit right. You know, the ones that you found yourself question how they were made in the first place? You might connect on a deeply painful level with these picks.
Everyone loves a bad joke. Especially when it's about movies being ridiculous, sometimes. There's just something about bad jokes that help us not take everything so seriously. And when you start taking it less seriously, all of a sudden laughter arises. And if you can't get enough, these Bad Jokes are going to surprise you with its hilarious absurdity.
Let's just get this out of the way: can anyone really say Matt Damon's name without thinking of that scene in Team America: World Police? We certainly can't. Now without further ado, here are some memes featuring the man himself aging rapidly in four panel images. Check out more info at Know Your Meme!
Wow, this is one of the best parts about the world of Tumblr. The dedication from fans to analyze the tiniest of details in various films. In this case, we're dealing with Captain America: The First Avenger. The thread looks at why Steve was staring so intently at the "nurse" who came in to check on him. The jokes suggest he was checking her out after taking a long snooze. While this thread says that Steve was observing the mistakes present in the nurse's getup. From there, it's suggested that Nick Fury did it intentionally. That sly genius, indeed.
Disney has a reputation for being chock-full of wholesome content, which makes sense, given that the company is an American staple of children's media in America. However, being branded as "clean" doesn't mean the writers can't have a little fun with their jokes. In fact, we think it's even more impressive when the jokes are still funny to us adults without using any vulgar content.
Here are some of Disney's most iconic examples of insults and comebacks!