This Guy Might Be The Actual, Real-Life Peter Griffin

A pretty dubious distinction, but cool nonetheless. So this is a dude in suburban PA who is doing a bit of stand-up to warm a modest crowd up for a costume contest. Not exactly newsworthy, right? Except this guy looks and acts EXACTLY like Peter Griffin from Family Guy. And his jokes actually aren't half-bad provided you can withstand the predictable barrage of Family Guy references (which, honestly, I can't). Now that this is off our list, we can go find an actual Cleveland to antagonize.

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Hardly essential, but the funniest stuff rarely is. Want to see a bunch of comedians screwing around and doing a table read of Space Jam for no particular reason? Yeah. I did to. So here it is. Most of the people involved have never seen the film, so their interpretation is so very RAW AND UNTAINTED. And if you're a Blake Griffin fan, you'll appreciate that his reading makes Michael Jordan's performance look like that of Al Pacino.


The 'Star Wars' Porn Parody Looks Funnier Than The 'Family Guy' One

This won't ruin your childhood as badly as the prequels did. Vivid Video's porn version of Stars Wars prides itself on having the highest budget ever for an X-rated spoof. From watching this trailer, I'd estimate it around 4,000 bucks. Though this trailer doesn't hint at any of the sexy escapades that the rebel forces take part in, I'd totally see this. In fact, just cut out all the parts with wangs ding-donging around and I'd be a regular viewer of XXX parodies. The cheap effects combined with the bad acting and C-3PO's sassiness are a winning combo. Are we certain that there is any sex in this movie? Maybe we're confused and XXX means bad effects and direction. If so, Van Helsing was erroneously rated. (Topless Robot)


Wayne And Garth Predict Oscars, Party Like It’s 1991

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Peter Weir's 'The Way Back' Trailer

Director Peter Weir is back with The Way Back, another tale of epic proportions. The film stars Jim Sturgess, Colin Farrell, and Ed Harris, and tells of prisoners escaping from a Soviet gulag who have to brave the harsh elements to get back home. We've seen survival stories such as this dozens of times, but Weir usually never disappoints. I'm big fan of The Truman Show, Master and Commander, and of course Dead Poets Society. The Way Back doesn't feature a bearded and dramatic Robin Williams, mind you, but I'll check it out anyway. The Way Back opens December 29th in Los Angeles to make the Oscar cut, and then rolls out across the rest of the country in January. Check out the trailer below. The Way Back - Trailer Uploaded by ThePlaylist. - Classic TV and last night's shows, online. (ThePlaylist)


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But how will he text people without a cell phone? Amid the much-hyped summer movie deluge, we've got a fun, modest family movie that's introducing itself to the world. Turbo Kid is the story of a boy (orphaned, natch) who goes on a quest to save his female robot friend from a power-hungry warlord. Sounds pretty weird, right? It's the work of three (!) directors, François Simard, Annouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell, who are hoping to take audiences back to the types of family adventure films we saw in the 80s like Goonies, The Last Starfighter, and Time Bandits. Check out the trailer and see if they hit their mark.