Minecraft is great because you can reenact anything--well, mostly anything--like the famous Death Star run from Star Wars.
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It appears that the revealing Pez dispenser we saw of The Amazing Spider-Man's villain, The Lizard was indeed the genuine article. Now, a full picture of new Wall-Crawler, Andrew Garfield's reptillian nemesis has surfaced.
For the first time, we have a complete picture of Rhys Ifans, as he will appear in next summer's radioactive reboot of the Spider-Man franchise when he plays Dr. Curt Connors, a scientist who found a way to regrow his lost arm. -- Albeit with the pesky side-effect of turning into a giant bipedal lizard who pretty much wants to kill everyone and everything. (It's his own doing, but I'm sure there's someone he could sue.)
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In this rendition, the Shire's most famous resident, Bilbo Froggins will begin the greatest adventure, facing giant trolls, goblins, spiders, wood elves, and a fire-breathing dragon. -- All with some guy's hand up his ass.
Thomas Edison famously said that "Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration." If that holds true, then Uruguayan soccer player, Walter Pandiani should have a cheap, renewable non-polluting fuel on tap in a matter of days, given the rapid perspiration that's happening here.
You can check out the real-time version below. (If you're into that kind of thing.)
If you ever visit Las Vegas, be sure to check out the enormous water fountains outside of the Bellagio Casino because they are a sight to see. If you can't afford a visit to Las Vegas, you can enjoy this group of kids recreating the famous fountains with water guns, cartwheels and beach balls.
These folks got their "damn hands" on the famous skateboard scene from the original Back to the Future, oedipal issues and all, and gave it a nice injection of funny with this killer a capella rendition.
Now, more than ever, revisionist cinematic history has given us many instances where the wheezing Sith Lord has screamed his famous interjection and someone needs to stop him. So, what would happen if we took the formulaic life-affirming Jim Carrey comedy Yes Man and add a little Vader? The answer is unbridled hilarity!
This guy's now-famous rendition of Katy Perry's "California Gurls" on a morning bus commute got its inevitable autotune remix with musical backing. The result is something that is so surprisingly passable, it actually makes a pretty poignant illustration about the current state of popular music.