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This is the touching tale of a kid and his monkey. Wait, that sounded wrong. Anyway, it's cute, but I can't help but think that once this has gone viral, this kid is gonna get ripped on pretty hard at school...
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Only the brave should prepare themselves to watch what is, one of the most horrific scenes never seen in a movie in the world ever. If you do have the balls to watch this, make sure you have a cushion handy to hide behind.
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The real talent comes from the one least expected.. WOW
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There is something quite addictive about watching a couple of chicks video themselves trying out some cheeky dance movez - Hyptnotic!
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It's got a bad ass gnome armed to the beard with machines guns and swords and he's sick and tired of being a garden ornament. He wants revenge, but on who? Why the zombies and dinosaurs, who else? This game needs to be made!
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The trouble with working for artists is that they'll fire you for being helpful !
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If you see a domestic house cat riding pillion on a motorbike like, every freaking day then this probably won't interest you. For the rest of us though, it's a bit of a novelty and rather amusing to boot.
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AT-AT Walkers don't just wake up one day as Rebel killing machines. They were all once babies!
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If you've ever wondered about the genesis of the infamous D'oh, here's the voice of Homer to explain it all. If you thought it was original, I have some bad news for you; it was borrowed from Laurel and Hardy!
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This kid recorded girls' hurdles at his school and added commentary. Girls have so many obstacles they have to overcome in life, and this little kid will be laughing at them every step of the way.
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In honor of The Sound of Music's 50th anniversary and to celebrate its legacy, The Onion's head film critic, Peter K. Rosenthal (comedian Ron E. Rains), provides a touching tribute to the beloved film.
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