Posted with tags Gary Oldman
on 7/23/2014 11:56:21 AM by DannyMoney
SPOILER ALERT: Gary Oldman dies a lot and this video is a montage of his 17 onscreen deaths. If you love Oldman like I do, you'll have seen all these deaths already, but the real beauty is seeing Gary's reaction to them. Pretty tight work, Coco.
And here is a good supercut of Gary Oldman yelling:
I guess I just officially made July 23rd Gary Oldman Day, didn't I?
Posted with tags Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
, Kids React
on 7/21/2014 10:58:25 AM by DannyMoney
When I was a young child, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were my favorite thing in the entire world. Everything about it, I loved. The show, the toys, the movies. It was just so perfectly the thing for a young DannyMoney.
And then we got these kids, who I am irrationally mad at for not knowing about a show that was already off the air before they were even a glint in their father's eyes. There is no way they should know anything about this animated show from the nineties, yet, I fault them. I fault them for it!
I am really becoming a bitter old man, aren't I? How come these kids don't know about I Love Lucy! When was the last time they fired up the Victrola? Have they ever even read a Horation Alger story? The answer is no, and oh, how I fault them!
Posted with tags Joaquin Phoenix
on 7/18/2014 9:35:09 AM by DannyMoney
I'm taking a chance that others will find this as amusing as I did, but the upside-down forehead of Joaquin Phoenix (my bff, fyi) in Her looks like a little face! More specifically, it looks like an Ent, or possibly a character on the cover of a J Mascis record. Either way, I laughed, it was good, you'll like it too, I promise, but I am not sure if I am proud of myself for posting this or not.
You know what? I am proud. Because I am proud of the people who discovered this. Question: how do you discover something like this? Probably they're Ents
- but not the Tolkien kind.
P.S. - Joaquin, if you're reading this, tonight is fine if we get to the club after 11:30. See you later, bro. Invite Sheen. Thanks. Bye.
Posted on 7/17/2014 11:46:19 AM by DannyMoney
Tommy Wiseau is back with some hot piece of garbage! The man who gave us one of cinema's most enjoyably bad films is now back with some sort of web series called The Neighbors. The first trailer, above, is predictably awful and weird.
For those of you not familiar with Tommy, watch his appearance on My Damn Channel LIVE:
Posted with tags Joon Chung
, The Jooniverse
on 7/16/2014 2:56:18 PM by DannyMoney
Check out this video from my buddy Joon Chung, one of the finest and funniest members of the extended My Damn Channel family. In this mockumentary styled sketch, he stars as JOSH LEE, ROLLERBLADER DELIVERY BOY OF BREAD. Gee golly gosh, in addition to being a very handsome man, Joon is such a talented actor, comedian, and writer. Some guys have all the luck!
So please do enjoy the video above, and then go check out more of Joon's videos on YouTube. Welcome to The Jooniverse, ladies and gentlemen.
P.S. - The funniest part of this video is that he says he's 28 - yeah right, bro! ;)
Posted with tags go kart kid
on 7/16/2014 7:00:00 AM by DannyMoney
Wow. This kid is undoubtedly the number one absolute coolest badass on the planet. This kid isn't old enough to drink Dos Equis and yet he is certainly and unequivocably ten times more interesting than the so called Most Interesting Man in the World. I mean, when the kid walks out of the truck after his epic park he was so STONE COLD it hurt me. He just couldn't even be bothered to react to his own brilliance let alone the possible accolades passersby or hangers on might shower upon him. Nope, none of that for The Go Kart Dynamo. He's hitting the showers with Little Mary Sue from across the lane and there's no time for idle chit chat.
Posted with tags effective editing moments
on 7/15/2014 1:33:13 PM by DannyMoney
Let's get serious for a minute here and take some time to watch the Top 10 Most Effective Editing Moments of All Time. Let's learn something about the craft of editing and how it relates to the completion of a feature film. Let's expand our minds. You hear me? EXPAND YOUR MIND!
Was I the only one was surprised that this movie
didn't make the cut (note: pun intended)?
Posted with tags Ghostbusters
on 7/11/2014 3:00:00 PM by DannyMoney
I usually don't look forward to Labor Day all that much because it's kind of the official end of summer. Time to cut back on the partying and get back to work. But this year, we've got the re-release of Ghostbusters in theaters for one week and one week only in honor of the film's 30th anniversary. Check the trailer above.
Now, as I was writing this, I thought to myself, "There are probably young people who come to My Damn Channel and might never have seen Ghostbusters! I mean, the film is thirty years old now. What I once thought impossible - that young folk don't know the movie - is now entirely possible!"
And then I thought: THEY SHOULD GO SEE IT. If you haven't seen it, see it now, see it in theaters, but whatever you do, make sure you go and see one of the greatest films of all-time, Ghostbusters.
Posted with tags T.J. Miller
on 7/11/2014 2:30:00 PM by DannyMoney
Here is a clip of Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller going absolutely bonkers in the studio on some morning show. From start to finish, just bringing the heat. Laugh out loud, tour de force hilarity for six and a half minutes. Spit takes, crazy stories, characters...
Posted with tags Rob Cantor
, 29 impressions and 1 song
on 7/11/2014 12:45:34 PM by Laura Goldman
So when I posted the 29 impressions and 1 song video, I was a bit skeptical of how many impersonations Rob could really do, but went along with it in the spirit of true internet brotherhood. But actually, it turns out that I'm just really super observant and keen because that video was made by Rob with the help of many talented collaborators. Just like some speculate about Oswald, Rob did not act alone!
See, Rob wrote the song (I love the lyrics), but each impression is sung by someone else. Together, they created a SuperSong, if you will. Watch the making of video above to really learn how Rob and co. pulled this off.