Enrique Gets The 'Battlestar' Treatment

Tonight I'm frakking you. A-whoa-ohhhhh. You know-ohhhhh. A geek fantasy comes to life when one lucky nerd finds himself in sci-fi's hottest nightclub with every girl you'd ever want to frak. Alessandra Torresani traipses around in a Slave Princess Leia costume. If your nerd boner hasn't hit play yet you might be in defib.

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'Star Wars: Episode VII' Trailer Also Gets The 'Spaceballs' Treatment

The Schwartz Awakens? Word on the geek street is that the new Star Wars: Episode VII trailer is set to become the most-viewed movie trailer of all time. No surprise there; it's Star Wars. It should also be no surprise that the trailer is being recut, effed-with, and parodied in just about every way imaginable. And this time, it's Filmgeekery doing Spaceballs, the Mel Brooks parody of the original three Star Wars installments. The trailer is really just Spaceballs set to the sounds and dialogue of the new film. And if you don't like this, you're a joyless monster.


'Love & Other Drugs' Trailer Makes Boner Pills Romantic

Deeeeeeeerp! Jack Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway star in Love & Other Drugs, a romantic comedy that isn't afraid to rom-com it up in every aspect possible. Gyllenhaal plays a charming Viagra salesman who tricks a free-spirited Hathaway into taking her shirt off. After she beats him with a suitcase, they go get a cup of coffee, and the rest is history. The cheeseball lines, the music, the sappy on-screen text, the emotionally distant male protagonist whose resolve is broken by the emotionally distant female protagonist -- it's got it all. Why couldn't their casual arrangement of sex with no strings attached just have remained casual?! Because love got in the way, Silly. Ed Zwick, who has been taking on period pieces such as The Last Samurai and Defiance as of late, directed the film, which I suppose could still be considered a period piece, meaning you have to be able to have one in order to think it looks good. Love & Other Drugs hits theaters November 24th. Check out the trailer after the jump... Love and Other Drugs Trailer - Watch more Movie Trailers


'Big Hero 6' Gets Given The 'Unnecessary Censorship' Treatment

Why are they so vulgar? The thing about Disney movies is that they're rarely edgy. Which makes them unrealistic. In real life, people swear and say terrible things. In order to reflect THAT reality, Kyle J. Britt has given the unnecessary censorship treatment to the superhero film Big Hero 6. And we learn that Beymax is kind of vulgar, as are most inflatable balloon men. (In my own personal experience. I don't want to generalize.) Britt has done this work-up before on movies like The Amazing Spider-Man and Frozen. I guess it was just a matter of time before he took to a film that was still in the theaters. (A.V. Club)