New Kids on the Block 98 Degrees Hanson *NSYNC Backstreet Boys Aaron Carter Jonathan Taylor Thomas Joseph Gordon-Levitt Matthew Lawrence Rider Strong Jeremy Jackson (He`ll always be Hobie to me) Scott Wolf Jason Priestley Kirk Cameron Mark-Paul Gosselaar So no one really ages in Hollywood…
Gone are the days of saving up as many quarters as possible and heading over to the arcades with your best buds. I miss the loud noises, camaraderie and sugary snacks that the Arcade brought with it. Now-a-days arcades and arcade machines are few and far between thanks to personal gaming consoles. When consoles like the N64 and PlayStation up’d their game, there wasn’t much need to leave the house anymore to play the big bulky machines. But, for a time it was the ultimate gaming experience. Let’s see how many of these classic arcade machines you guys remember??? VIRTUA FIGHTER CRAZY TAXI CRUIS’N WORLD TERMINATOR 2: JUDGEMENT DAY SUNSET RIDERS
This was not as bad as I thought it would be. Truthfully those crazy kids over at Cinema Sins were pretty gentle with this movie mostly just pointing out the flaws in the shooting of the film rather than the actual movie itself. That said there are still plenty of funny moments and a couple “huh, I never noticed that” parts as well. Now enjoy ruining your childhood memories!
In these ongoing videos in which we just prove kids these days are real assholes, comes another installment of Kids React To. This time featuring the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. I really hoped since this was a cartoon and most of the kids are younger that the reaction wouldn’t be as dickish as it has in the past. Despite a couple eye-rolling reactions at the beginning, I was pretty happy with most of the kids reactions to the cartoon. When I was a kid I watched cartoons from the 50s and 60s and didn’t knock on them. I mean, if it wasn’t for Pepe Le Pew, how would I have learned that skunks are date rapists? The one great thing I took from this video is that even young children know Michael Bay is terrible. There is still hope for our future!
This is kind of interesting. A reader on Reddit recently edited out all the jokes from an episode of FRIENDS and Seinfeld. The result? Both episodes clock in around 3 minutes in their entirety. It’s pretty cool to watch and see how much sitcoms rely on the set-up/punchline routine. The Seinfeld episode was still kind of funny, which I think just shows how good the show was. But I found the FRIENDS episode did a better job of removing the jokes and just leaving plot. Give em a gander.