Apr 072015
Sugar Is Killing Us Animation

Everyone knows that obesity has become a serious problem in America. Besides for lack of exercise and a healthy diet, sugar is one of the biggest contributors of this trend. But how bad is sugar really? This animation, titled Sugar is Killing Us, doesn’t beat around the bush and explains just how serious of a problem sugar has become. The video was published in 2012, but is trending again now. 


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Mar 252015
How The Battle Of The Five Armies Should Have Ended

After the success of The Lord of the Rings, Hollywood knew they couldn’t close the franchise with so much potential money to be made. So now we have the The Hobbit movie series. And with popular movies comes endings fans aren’t so into.

Thankfully, the animated parody series How It Should Have Ended has the perfect ending for the latest Hobbit movie, The Battle Of The Five Armies. Yes, this is much better. 


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Mar 112015
Pixar’s Inside Out Movie Trailer

People understandably get very excited over anything Pixar does. The computer animation movie studio rarely disappoints. Finally, after teasing the Web with a mini-trailer, Pixar has just debuted the official movie trailer for their next project titled Inside Out

The cartoon stars the voices of Amy Poehler, Lewis Black, Bill Hader, and more! It looks very promising and has the Web buzzing. 


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Mar 102015
Honest Trailer Of Cinderella

Everyone knows the story of Cinderella, and nearly everyone has seen the classic 1950’s animated version of the timeless tale. But, after being redone countless times before, Disney is again rebooting Cinderella as a live action movie. In that honor, the movie nerds at Screen Junkies teamed up with the singers from avbyte to create this hilarious, much more honest, trailer for Cinderella.  


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Mar 032015
Uptown Funk Performed In Famous Cartoon Voices

The Web can’t get enough of the catchy new tune Uptown Funk by Bruno Mars and Mark Ronson. Naturally, it has been covered and spoofed countless times already. After being begged by his fans, impressionist Mikey Bolts recreated the hit song with famous cartoon voices, such as Stewie and Peter Griffin, and Hank Hill. 


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