Oct 182015
 
Teens React to Back To The Future 2

Back in the 80’s and 90’s, it was hard to find a movie trilogy as popular and cool as Back To The Future. Everyone saw it and knew all the sayings. Think McFly, think! Who didn’t wish they had a hoverboard or a crazy mad scientist friend who could take them to the future? But do kids and teens of today recognize the movie? The Fine Brothers found out in this new video

 


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Oct 152015
 
Back To The Future In The Real 2015 Is Pretty Sad

As the Internet has been reminded over and over, 2015 is the year that Marty McFly and Doc Brown travel to in the popular 80’s sci-fi movie, Back To The Future II. Back then, 2015 seemed so futuristic and far away. Flying cars, mini-nuclear reactors, and robots seemed just a couple years away. Sadly, 2015 hasn’t panned out that way. 

College Humor shows what Back To The Future II would have looked like if Marty and Doc traveled to our 2015

 


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Oct 132015
 
Honest Trailer Of Jurassic World

There’s no question one of the most popular films this summer, and perhaps this year, is Jurassic World. Even though the sequel to Jurassic Park was a huge hit, it still wasn’t perfect. 

The movie nerds of Screen Junkies review the film, and give Jurassic World a more honest trailer

 


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Oct 072015
 
Honest Trailer Of Aladdin

Besides for The Lion Kid, Aladdin is probably the most popular Disney movie from the 1990’s. The genie, voiced by the late Robin Williams, really made the film. Screen Junkies traveled back in time to give the famous cartoon a more honest trailer. 

 


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Oct 072015
 
NASA Scientist Reviews The Martian

All science fiction is, well, fiction, but we love it because it is supposed to be in someway possible perhaps in the near future. By far, the most popular science fiction film of 2015 is The Martian, featuring Matt Damon. But how close did the studio get to making a realistic movie based in space and on Mars? BuzzFeed asked a real NASA scientist what he thought. 

 


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