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Screen Junkies dissects the animated classic in a way only 23 years of hindsight can provide as Aladdin is the latest film served up perfectly as part of the outlet's Honest Trailers web series.
The internet is full of video of people beating up terrible movies. The thing is, thatís incredibly easy to do. Itís much harder to make quality jokes at the expense of a good movie. It can actually be even funnier since you donít hear those jokes nearly as often.
Want to point and laugh at Jurassic Park: The Lost World? Then watch Honest Trailers' savage take down of it.
Don't close you eyes, and don't fall asleep - because you're not going to want this week's Honest Trailer!
Honest Trailers have done what they do best, and highlighted just how truly awful Fifty Shades Of Grey is.
Whether you loved or hated Interstellar, you'll probably get a kick out of Screen Junkies giving it the usual Honest Trailer treatment.
It was only a matter of time. Now that The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies is on Blu-ray and DVD, it has a shiny new Honest Trailer to point out all the flaws.
With Kenneth Branagh's live-action Cinderella arriving in theaters this weekend, many of you may feel compelled to revisit the Walt Disney Animated classic from 1950. Going by this new Honest Trailer, however, you may want to reconsider that idea.
Are you the world's biggest fan of The Hunger Games franchise and can't stand it when people criticize the films in the series? Well, you may want to turn away now, as the most recent title, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is about to be seriously hated on in this video
While Dumb and Dumber remains as one of the best cult comedies of the '90s, it's hard to imagine anyone seeing its recently released sequel, Dumb and Dumber To, in similar high regard. The second movie was a rather unfunny, unfortunate mess, and now its received the Honest Trailer treatment it so greatly deserves
Richard Linklater's Boyhood was one of the most critically-beloved films of 2014, but it's been taken to task in the latest installment of Honest Trailers. Watch it below!
Most people who have seen The LEGO Movie can't help but be charmed and enthralled by the delightful animated epic. There are exceptions, however - and we're not just talking about the Academy.
The Maze Runner has gloriously been torn apart by Honest Trailers. Enjoy.
Are you the kind of fan who will be camping out for tickets before the release of the upcoming Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales? Well, you might want to look away, as things in his honest trailer are about to get brutal.
For the record, I personally thought Gone Girl was a great movie. Rosamund Pike was poetically perfect as "Amazing Amy" Dunne and her performance still haunts our dreams. That said, the David Fincher film was not without its faults, and this video is quick to point them all out.
Want to see Taken and Taken 2 ripped apart by Honest Trailers? Of course you do. Then click inside for their ritual lambasting of the over the top action series.
We actually got a reboot of the beloved franchise after more than two decades, but it completely fell flat on its face under the weight of CGI and Megan Foxís so-called ďacting.Ē Now, as if to kick an enemy in the stomach when heís down, a new installment of Honest Trailers series has arrived to drive the final nail into the coffin.
Itís pretty easy to make fun of The Hobbit. Each of the films, including the original Lord of the Rings trilogy, come in at around three hours long, while theyíre also slightly pompous and filled with moments that are borderline ridiculous. Still, even though itís easy that doesnít mean that it shouldnít be done.
In the wake of The Little Mermaid's 25th anniversary, Screen Junkies has gone ahead and given the beloved Disney animated classic the Honest Trailer treatment. "But what could anyone find wrong with The Little Mermaid," you ask. This video answers.
Saw turns ten years old this Halloween! To commemorate the occasion, Screen Junkies decided to handcraft a fitting present: a video forcing the franchise to own up to its faults, or to die on the vine. Let the games begin!