I bet she was expecting a little more boob bounce off the roof of that sedan, at which point the buoyancy of the booty would have provided some extra bounces, padding the fall.
Well, if at first you don't succeed...
Warning: Bad Language.
Embraces Internet infamy to show he can take the joke. -- Makes people believe it's true.
Sits in passenger seat. -- Driver has to film him.
Pukes on your car. -- "You owe me for those beers!"
Pretends to be drunk and rude in rap video. -- Was.
Used opening sound effect from Whitney Houston song. -- Thought it was okay since she died.
The Dark Knight Rises has released a new trailer that should send back-breaking shockwaves of cool down the spines of moviegoers, even as they prepare for The Avengers this week.
Showing us a lot more of the complex rivalry between Tom Hardy's Bane and the still-unsure "romantic or friend-zone?" relationship with Anne Hathaway's Selina Kyle/Catwoman, this trailer depicts a film in which Batman is hurled down to his lowest point and has to fight and claw his way back up. (Albeit with the help of nifty high-tech gadgets and a Bat-Scarface gun.)
We also take a bit of a Pimp My Ride turn, with the debut his newest flying, physics-defying aircraft, which is apparently "not a car."
Take in the awesome with the new trailer below!
It seems as if Michael Bay's dreaded Alien Ninja Turtles have struck again, using their advanced alien technology to cause the covers of manholes to give his signature explosions under innocent commuters.
Also watch out for storm-drains. It's not demonic clowns that you actually have to worry about, but rather, stuff exploding in your face.
Warning: (Translated) Bad Language.
On a busy highway, these Czech police are chasing a suspect who is on a mere bicycle. (For the crime of wearing that jacket with those shorts, I guess?)
However, no matter what they do, this law enforcement duo keep getting outmaneuvered like Wile E. Coyotes to this proverbial riding Road Runner.
As far as I know, Acme makes no product that allows patrol cars to drive downhill through heavy forests.
There's no better way to liven up a dull drop-off routine to school than with a car ride tradition that the movie, Wayne's World made famous.
Sure, it might evoke recent memories of drunken police detainees, but it beats the hell out of "Wheels on the Bus" or "Jimmy Crack Corn."
Hip-hop artist Traphik decided to give back to the world by driving around in his car to hand out compliments to strangers. He must be a really good guy because I would have done the same, but only to yell at people who still illegally text while driving.
Gentleman, don't get too excited when cute redheads appear out of thin air in your backseat. She knows you're excitable for spicy chicken sandwiches and will watch the ensuing carnage that follows your horrible driving instincts with sadistic glee.
This driver appeared completely oblivious to the concept of momentum, given the sheer dumbness of this plan.
However, if the task was to drop that compact off at the Kia dealer as quickly as possible without having to stop, then this might have been something actually conceived with genius.