It is a Saturday morning cartoon now. A Pixar one.
Sounds like an accurate critique to me. Sidesplittingly done!!
I really want to know who made this. It's been on the first page if you do a YouTube search for "epcot" for a while now.
Funny as all get out . . . but sad too. Many of the points made are correct.
This is hilarious; and so true!
So what movie is this from?
The scene is from the movie "Downfall."
I've known about this YouTube clip for awhile now but it never gets old. For once, I agree 100% with Hitler.BTW, the movie "Downfall," of which this clip is from, is actually a pretty good movie. Of course, I'm also a WWII buff so maybe I just enjoy historically accurate (or, mostly historically accurate since some people feel that this movie portrays certain people a little too sympathetically) WWII films. I was fortunate to have seen the film before these parodies & the original scene was done fairly well within the context of the movie. Now that it's become a YouTube joke, I'm not sure how well the scene would play to someone who have seen the parodies first & then the scene as it was originally intended.
Bruno Ganz ftw.
Have you guys seen this?http://www.latimes.com/travel/la-trw-offbeattraveler7-pg,0,6549249.photogalleryI think I see Hoot hiding beneath one of the tables in the first shot.LD
I have seen that! I initially saw it as part of this video montage:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkCmoMo8GVk
This has clip has been used for a few things...months ago it was used for a rant about how Zach Snyder changed the ending of "Watchmen."