OK Go Continues Ignore The Death Of The Music Video With Another Fun One For 'The Writing's On The Wall'

I wonder how this will do on 'TRL'. OK Go, a band that's long been known as "that band that makes the cool videos" has given us two one-take videos already, one of which involves a lot of treadmills, and the other, more desperate video, a giant Rube Goldberg machine. Here they are with "The Writing's on the Wall," featuring a billion sorta-impressive optical illusions. It's a cool video, but I think after the first video they did in this vein, we hit the point of diminishing returns. ANYWAY, out of context, it's a fun song, and a cool video, so enjoy it or they'll just start doing Imagine Dragons cover.

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You Want The Science Of Kool-Aid Man Breaking Through Walls? Here Ya Go.

I can tell you with certainty that he's capable of breaking my heart. The Internet, never one to leave a stone unturned, has turned its weird, obsessive gaze to the science and physics of the Kool-Aid man knocking through walls in his grand entrance. Why? Shut up. That's why. Some (really annoying) dude named Josh from poster VSauce3 helps us work through the calculations, mass, resistance, etc to determine if a giant anthropomorphic pitcher of juice could actually break walls. I know this is all an exercise in ridiculousness, but I still don't think I trust Josh when it comes to matters of science. However, the science all seems kinda sound, and if you can get past this spazz, you might agree with the conclusion. Yeah, Kool-Aid man can get through a wall.


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Now accepting awards nominations. Now that a schedule change has made it eligible for awards season, Martin Scorsese's The Wolf of Wall Street would like to remind you that Jonah Hill wears crazy Fire Marshall Bill teeth in this movie. What better way to distract from the fact that this film is the true life tale of a total piece of shit whose lack of morality plunged this country into devastating economic turmoil? God, I hope this movie ends with all the characters choking on their own feces.


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Leo will stop playing rich jerks when people stop clamoring for him to play rich jerks. He's gone from Jack to Cal. Martin Scorsese and his new, younger De Niro, Leo DiCaprio, have teamed up once again to bring us the true story of stock broker Jordan Belfort, a guy who got really rich through questionable means in the early 90's. Like Gatsby, there are boats, polo shirts, and a general boredom with life that is ham-fistedly filled with buttloads of money. And it's got a juxtaposed rap soundtrack as well. Eh, this is probably going to be pretty good.


A Fun Shot-For-Shot Remake Of 'Top Gun'

Iceman was gay. There. I said it. Everyone likes Top Gun. Except the anonymous fighter pilots who flew on behalf of an indeterminate evil country, somewhere over the Indian Ocean...present day. However, Tom Cruise's couch jumping and general weirdness may have tainted one of the defining cinematic works of not only the 1980's, but maybe the entire Cold War. That's right. I'm lumping Top Gun in with The Godfather, Dr. Strangelove, and many other far better films. So, without Tom Cruise's pervasive taint, we offer the final dog fight of Top Gun, with Cruise Control intact. Oh, and it's homemade, or, as we like to call it, "artisanal."