So When Did Fanboy Twitter Reviews Become Acceptable Film Criticism, Exactly?

Dear Hollywood: Please stop acting like a 13 character hashtag counts as a legitimate endorsement of your subpar product.

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Adam Sandler's 'Jack And Jill' Trailer: Oh Dear God!

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Billy Eichner Screams At Burger King On Twitter For Ripping Off His 'Screaming At Strangers' Schtick

Yeah, it looks like they ripped him off pretty bad. Billy Eichner has made both a successful and funny career out of screaming at people on the street, so it's understandable when his turf gets threatened. Especially by a company as unfunny (and unsuccessful, recently) as Burger King. Billy bit back with this Tweet: Hey @BurgerKing-thanks for stealing my act for ur new commercial!! Except its not as funny & everyone knows u stole it. GET YOUR OWN IDEAS. — billy eichner (@billyeichner) October 13, 2014 As you can see in the clip, Burger King employs someone who looks and sounds a lot like Eichner to market its suspiciously cheap chicken nuggets to the masses. At first glance, I actually thought that this ad starred Eichner. Even though it's not him, they ad definitely lifts his schtick. None of this had happened if Burger King had used cows to sell its chicken, just like Chik-Fil-A. To compare that ad to Eichner's stuff, take a look at Billy on the Street here.


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