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Some of the things people ask the narrator to say in his epic voice, even better when the commenter misspells something and he says it that way anyway ("I here to kick ass and chem buble gum!"). Classics include, but are not limited to:

  • The Running Gag with Twilight and stares, ultimately leading up to a video composed entirely of all the stares from the movies.
    Narrator: Together, they will have the romance of a lifetime... Expressed entirely in stares. [cue stare montage] ...And even more stares. [continue stare montage]
    • Culminating in the Breaking Dawn trailer:
    Narrator: Brace yourself for two movies so unnecessarily long that they include five Volvo commercials, two montages of the previous Twilight movies, four games of chess, and the MOST...STARES...EVER!
  • The "Starring" from the original Transformers, which is just a list of Product Placement.
    Narrator: Starring: Burger King, Panasonic, eBay, Cadillac, GMC, The Strokes, Pepto-Bismol, Xbox, Furbies?, Pontiac, Mountain Dew, Chevrolet, Chevrolet, and introducing: Chevrolet.
  • In The Dark Knight:
    • "The bat device that inexplicably turns every Gotham City cell phone into a portable sonar radar, which downloads an infinite amount of data that's instantly transmitted wirelessly to Batman's eyes. Hmph, how is that possible? It takes me five minutes to download Angry Birds!"
    • Pointing out Christian Bale's eye wart. "Try not noticing that from here on out."
    • Aaron Eckhart as Two-Face is credited as "Los Pollos Hermanos".
  • The "Starring" for The Hunger Games, rather than puns on the cast, just lists off things that didn't make it into the film, including the actual hunger.
    • The narrator's naming of Gale as "This much hotter guy" culminating in...
    Narrator: I mean, I'm not gay. But I'd totally s**k Gale's d**k.
  • In The Dark Knight Rises:
    • The Half in the Bag cast ask questions about the movies which concluded with this little gem.
    Mike: Bruce Wayne was Batman?! Explanation 

  • The Skyfall/Home Alone montage.
  • In Les Miserables:
    • During the "Starring part", instead of the narrator saying the gag names, we get this:
    Fancy Wolverine (Hugh Jackman): I have a very annoying vibrato.
    Susan Boyle (Anne Hathaway): I really really really wanted to win an Oscar.
    Fat Maximus (Russell Crowe): I should have never agree to sing an entire movie!
    French Borat (Sasha Baron Cohen): They really should have shown less of me and more of Eponine.
    Tim Burton (Helena Bonham-Carter): Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!
    • Also, at the begining, Les Miserableblebles.
    • "Now, at the dawn of revolution, one young man will give up everything for a woman he's met through a fence."
    • "Meet Fantine, a random factory worker who brings and incriminating letter to work for no reason and is fired."
  • The Starring for Jurassic Park.
    (The T-Rex) Land Jaws.
    (Ellie) Derp Face.
    (Hammond) Papa Smurf.
    (Malcolm) Brundlefly.
    (pair of raptors) The Olsen Twins.
    (Arnold) Two-Eyed Nick Fury.
    (Grant) The Guy from Jurassic Park.
  • Epic Voice Guy's cameo in "Everything Wrong With Iron Man 3".
  • The "Starring" from Star Trek with Kirk as Zapp Brannigan is just too perfect.
  • The cast of The Last Airbender is merely "This Girl, This Kid, This... Other Kid, This Dude, Who Cast This Thing?! Oh, The Guy From The Daily Show!, and Slumdog Millionaire!"
  • Epic Voice Guy's cameo in ''How Star Trek Into Darkness Should Have Ended, where once again he gets to point out "bewbs".
  • Iron Man 3:
    "THEY WERE DOING SUCH A GOOD JOB AND THEY TURNED IT INTO A PUNCHLINE?!! This is Iron Man's Arch-F***ing Nemesis! This isn't just ignoring the comic, this is dropping their pants and wiping their butt with it! What bad guy did they even replace him with? (shot of Aldritch Killian screaming "I AM THE MANDARIN!") AW COME ON!" note 
  • The narrator flying into rage in the middle of the After Earth trailer, and up and leaving, but not before alternating between complete stunned silence and angry muttering.
  • There's something inherently funny about this sentence from the trailer for Pacific Rim: "When giant aliens emerge from this iTunes visualizer at the bottom of the ocean, the entire world's resources will be spent on building giant robots to punch them in the face."
  • In the Thor honest trailer, he says that the only way in or out of Asgard is through a level of Rainbow Road from Mario Kart.
    • When Screen Junkies had Thor writer Zack Stentz as a guest, he revealed Kenneth Branagh considered changing the name of Mjölnir (Thor's hammer) because it was too hard to say.
      Branagh: Would the fans string me up if I changed that?
      Zack Stentz: They would, Sir Kenneth, yeah.
      Branagh: ...Alright, we shant be doing that.
  • In Man of Steel:
    • General Zod plans to annihilate humanity with the power. Of DUBSTEP!
    • "It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... coming right for us! Everybody run!"
  • The Home Alone trailer says that Kevin shows all the signs of becoming a sociopath - like talking to himself, or trapping a pair of nonviolent criminals inside a sadistic world of torture straight out of Saw from which there is no escape, for his own amusement. ("But gosh-darn if he isn't just the cutest little thing!"). Then it calls Harry and Marv out on being oddly obsessed with one house that has almost nothing worth stealing.
  • For Christmas 2013, they tackle Dragonball Evolution with the help of Goku, Piccolo, Krillin, and later Vegeta.
    Vegeta: How dare they make a movie about Kakarot and not invite me? I am Vegeta, PRINCE OF ALL SAYA-oh my god, is that the beta male? Looks like a tiger with Down Syndrome. Never mind, bullet dodged.
    Vegeta: So, wait — Kaka-not wishes someone he just met back to life by the end of the movie, but he just lets the man who raised him from birth stay dead? Yeah, I can dig that.
    • " the epic ki attacks from the cartoon are replaced with CGI hand-farts!"
    • Krillin's not in it, but still gets owned for that very reason.


  • Gone Girl, and all the jokes made about the film's ambiguous stance on gender politics:
  • The stinger for The Sims trailer:
    Aw, you need to pee, huh? Well, let's see how well you pee when I sell the toilet! AHAHAHAHAHAHA! That's for not dating me! AHAHAHAhahahahaha...I'm so alone.
  • The use of the corridor scene at the end of the Honest Trailer for the first Resident Evil.
    Narrator: [singing] How much is that doggie in the win— [Cerberus jumps through the window] —AAAAAUGHH!
  • Five Nights at Freddy's 2
    • The narrator being completely immune to the Jump Scare Running Gag. And then falls for it when he's done saying his usual "what do you want to hear me say in my awesome voice" when Mangle comes flying down from the top of the screen.
    Narrator: AHH! Okay, okay...that was a good one, guys.
  • Five Nights at Freddy's 3 (or "Five Nights Too Many"):
    • "There's only one spooky fursuit left, and the only way to contain him is to wait for your computer to reboot so you can keep making giggle noises. (Balloon Boy's laugh plays) ...No, I can't believe this is popular either."
    • He forgoes the usual "Starring" gag to list gibberish YouTube Let's Play channels that made a living off fake overreactions to the game's jump scares.
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1 (aka Where's Peeta, Part 1):
  • Cinderella:
  • Leprechaun (aka The Hobbit: Battle of the Lucky Charmies):
    Narrator: In a World, where every holiday gets its own horror movie, St. Patrick's Day will be exploited by a film that was stupidly released in January [shows that the movie was released on January 8, 1993], that as far as holiday-themed serial killers go, ranks somewhere between Michael Myers and Jack Frost. [shows a clip from the family film Jack Frost (1998)] No, the other Jack Frost [shows the poster of Jack Frost (1997)] That's the one!
    • The narrator briefly becomes sympathetic of the Leprechaun, or more exactly, the actor who plays him:
      Narrator: Watch them team up to defeat evil the only way they know how: Spending ninety minutes beating the sh*t out of respected English actor Warwick Davis. [cue montage of the Leprechaun getting beaten up and shot] Hey, leave Willow alone!
    • The narrator saying that the movie "seems intentionally created for a St. Patrick's Day Drinking Game":
      Narrator: Take a shot everytime: The Leprechaun says who he is, [shows montage of the Leprechaun saying that he's the Leprechaun] says what he wants, [shows montage of the Leprechaun saying that he wants his gold] someone doesn't believe in the Leprechaun, [shows Tory and Alex insisting on that the Leprechaun doesn't exist] Irish culture gets set back decades, [shows O'Grady speaking about the Leprechaun in a thick Irish accent] and little people's rights gets set back centuries. [shows the Leprechaun saying that "the wee people have their magical ways", and Alex slingshooting at the Leprechaun] Oh man, we are so gonna get wasted.
    • The "starring" list: "Jorts-ifer Aniston, Hillbilly Hercules, I Know You Are, But What Am I?, Dennis the Sociopath, Irish McIrishman, and Tyrion O'Lannister."
  • Epic Voice Guy is so sure that Mario Party 10 must have an online mode that he starts shilling it, until he's informed that there isn't one, prompting him to confirm that it's not an unlockable and then chew out Nintendo.
  • Interstellar (aka Christopher Nolan's Contact):
  • Daredevil (aka Batfleck Begins):
  • The Honest Teaser for the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice teaser (aka Batman ft. Superman: Rush to the Justice League):
    • They perfectly captured the arguments of countless online threads in the first 40 seconds:
      Is it really surprising that a movie starring the two most iconic superheroes would be controversial?
      Everybody loves Superman. Who doesn't love Superman?
      Yeah, but they couldn't even make a good Superman movie!
      They're just cramming in the whole Justice League!
      DC has a horrible track record. Green Lantern? I mean, come on!
      Hello? The Dark Knight Trilogy. Christopher Nolan is totally involved in this, you're just a butthurt Marvel fanboy. Ant-Man looks stupid. There, I said it.
      Not every comic book movie has to be fun. What are we, twelve?
      Stop with the brooding! The only one who gets to brood is Batman! They all can't be brooding!
      Maybe Zack Snyder is just a guy trying to make a good movie.
      It looks like Sucker Punch!
    • The narrator Saying Sound Effects Out Loud (more exactly, the Previews Pulse), before doing his own take of what Batman would've asked to Superman (instead of if Superman bled):
      Narrator as Batman: Tell me: Is my Batman voice better than Christian Bale's? I mean, it has to be, right?
  • Hulk (aka Sulk):
    • The narrator makes it clear from the beginning that he thinks that this portrayal of the Hulk got the short stick.
      Narrator: You loved Mark Ruffalo. You tolerated Edward Norton. But admit it, you forgot about Eric Bana until I said his name just now.
    • The narrator pointing out that Kevin Feige, current head of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was one of the executive producers of the film:
      Narrator: Travel back to a time when Kevin Feige could still f*ck up a superhero movie...
    • The narrator isn't amused with the idea of Cerebus Syndrome being given to a giant green rage-filled monster who smashes things.
      Narrator: [angry, as the Hulk looks introspectively at a bush] Stop staring at that bush and hit something!
    • The narrator says that the movie "covers up its total lack of action with super wacky scene transitions!"
      Narrator: [after a montage of the movie's scene transitions, set to wacky music that sounds similar to "The Green Hornet Theme"] Wow. [sarcastically] It's just like reading a comic book. A terrible, boring comic book.
    • The narrator points out that 2003 CGI made Hulk look like, among other things, Shrek.
    • The narrator describing the climax:
      Narrator: An impossible-to-see climax, that takes place at night, underwater, against a... cloud... dad... thing. [beat] Thor: The Dark World is looking pretty good right now, huh?
  • The perfectly deadpan response to a line in Fifty Shades of Grey:
    Anastasia Steele: What are butt plugs?
    Narrator: [flatly] It's a plug. For your butt.
    • Also, the narrator initially confuses Anastasia for Bella Swan, but before he corrects himself, he sees how similar they look and decides "You know what, screw it. Meet Bella Swan!"
    • The narrator doesn't care if Christian Grey is a complete sociopath when he's got these...
      Narrator: AAAAAAAAAAbs, and AAAAAAAAAudis, and AAAAAAAAA... really nice apartment.
  • Jupiter Ascending and it's completely insane Jigsaw Puzzle Plot being described in it's entirety...replete with Not Making This Up Disclaimers.
    • Also, listing Balem in his unique style of speaking: "[whisper] Eddie... [shouting] REDMAYNE!"
  • Entourage's never ending stream of cameos from famous people, people not famous enough to play themselves, people who were never famous [cue to one of the characters greeting David Faustino] and people who retroactively became more famous than any of the main cast members.
    Ari: You know The Station Agent?
    E: Yeah?
    Ari: It's about the midget who lives by the train tracks. Last time I saw him he was in a FedEx commercial overnighting him to London.
    E: His name is Peter Dinklage, Ari.
    [cue image of Peter Dinklage as Tyrion Lannister looking sternly]
    Narrator: ...Awkward.
  • In their trailer for Mortal Kombat X, the narrator complains that the lag is so bad you might as well be drawing it by hand. This is then demonstrated with him drawing the match with marker, with a high-pitched "Hya!" in the background.
  • The Lost World: Jurassic Park:
    • "Stare helplessly, as [...] the claustrophobic kitchen scene from the first film becomes Jurassic Benny Hill!" Cue Yakety Sax gag sequence.
    • The San Diego skyline is credited as "A Whale's Vagina".
  • Splatoon: "...Or bring out the paint roller if you really want to see them hatin'!"
    ♫ They see me rollin', they hatin' ♫
  • Toy Story:
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day:
    • The narrator setting the tone of the film:
      Narrator: [lighthearted voice] In the grand tradition of R2-D2, The Iron Giant, and Johnny Five, comes another adorable kid and their pet robot story.
      [shows the T-800 ripping the living tissue cover from its robot arm, leaving it bloody]
      Narrator: [in his epic voice] Except this one's f*cking intense. [shows the scene of the incinerated skeleton getting obliterated while still clinging to the playground fence]
    • The narrator showing that he knows his trivia about the production:
      Narrator: [while showing the guard at the mental hospital licking Sarah Connor's face, and the T-1000 skewering people with its morphing sword-like arm] [The movie was] full of things we probably weren't ready to see, and would have been even more disturbing if it starred the studio's first choice: O. J. Simpson. [shivers]
    • The narrator demonstrates that some things just never change:
      Narrator: Watch these killers spend the first third of the film in a cat-and-mouse game that will have you guessing which one is the good guy... if the trailers hadn't given it away.
      [shows scenes from the original trailer]
      Original Trailer's Narrator: ... Once, he was programmed to destroy the future, now his mission is to protect it...
      Narrator: A lesson we still haven't learned apparently!
      [shows scenes from the trailer for Terminator Genisys that revealed that John Connor was turned into a Terminator]
    • "Thrill as they track down the Connor family: Sarah, the Che Guevara of soccer moms, with some big guns [shows her carrying a BFG]... and some big guns [shows her toned biceps], and John, her... [incredulous] nine-year-old son? Played by Edward Furlong, who would go on to star in numerous court appereances." Furlong is later credited in the "Starring" list as "So Much Promise".
      John Connor (Edward Furlong): [smugly] Did you call moi... a dipsh*t?
      Narrator: [bluntly] Yes.
  • Magic Mike:
    • Epic Voice Guy switching his voice tone from a carefree one to a dramatic, serious one and vice versa while describing the plot of the film to convey the film's constant Mood Whiplash. It has to be heard to be believed.
      Narrator: [carefree voice] Meet Magic Mike; he may not be a wizard, but he's a hot duuude, with all the right moves! [switches to serious voice] Who struggles to overcome social stigmas about his job, and can't seem to raise enough money to start his dream business, no matter how hard he tries. [switches to carefree voice] But that's okay, 'cause he's running onstage next to The Kid, a fresh-faced teen with a rawcking body! [switches to serious voice] And a drug problem, that sends him into a downward spiral, alienating his best friend, his sister, and landing him in serious trouble with a violent drug cartel. [switches to carefree voice] But check out Tarzan! The beefy slab of man-meat! Who... [switches to serious voice] ...accidentally roofies himself? Geez weez... [switches to carefree voice] And as always there's Dallas, the maestro of man-ass! This cowboy can still cut a mean rock! [switches to serious voice] Who cheats his long-time business partner out of money, abandoning him as soon as it is convening for his own selfish interests. [switches to carefree voice] But check out those aaabs!!! Woo-hoo-hoo!!!
    • The trailer pointing out Channing Tatum ditching the sexy Olivia Munn for a sour puss with an Annoying Laugh. (Cue montage of actress Cody Horn's Annoying Laugh throughout the film.)
    • "So get ready, for what's either a really dumb version of Boogie Nights, or a really smart version of Showgirls, that was way less fun that advertised!"
    • Epic Voice Guy's tendency for Have I Mentioned I Am Heterosexual Today? gets cranked up hard at the end of the trailer, almost to the point of Suspiciously Specific Denial.
      Narrator: [disappointed] Aw, come on! There's no big stripping finale?! I was waiting for one big hot dance-off at the end! It'd make perfect sense with the story, right? I mean... [nervous] I mean, I'm not gay... I just admire the technique, yunno... The athleticism, yunno? Human form and stuff, it's... It's art and stuff... I mean, not that there's anything wrong with being gay. One of my uncles is gay, it's cool... Um... Love wins...
  • Iron Man (aka Marvel Man):
  • Bringing up the titular villain of Batman: Arkham Knight:
    Narrator: A young sounding man in a red suit, who clearly has a long past with Bruce Wayne, and if you can't guess who that is before the game tells you, welcome to your first Batman story!
  • Super Mario Bros. (aka Super Mari-Oh Brother):
  • The Mission: Impossible films (aka Franchise: Unkillable):
  • Fantastic Four (2005) (aka Craptastic Bore):
    • "Before the reboot that will keep the characters out of Marvel's hands, but after the Roger Corman movie that also got the characters out of Marvel's hands, come two other attempts at the franchise, that prove that these characters should really be at Marvel's hands by now."
      Narrator: At a time when comic book movies began to show how good they could be, two films will remind us how badly can they suck. [...] And don't tell me it's impossible to make a good Fantastic Four movie. It's called The Incredibles and it's perfect.
    • When the narrator explains the films' use of Space Clouds, he ends up losing his cool after Galactus is turned into one in the second film:
      Narrator: [A] space cloud gives four people completely different superpowers, leading to one movie about recreating the space cloud on Earth, and one movie about trying to save the world from a completely different space cloud.
      Silver Surfer: My people call it... Galactus.
      Narrator: No, this [shows a illustration of Galactus from the comics] is Galactus, that [shows the space cloud from the film] is a space cloud. What is this thing with space clouds? Stop making cloud-based villains! [shows how Hulk and Green Lantern also had cloud villains]
    • The narrator starts listing all the bad things that happen to Ben Grimm after he gets transformed into the Thing, ending with him getting rejected by his fiancée for looking different, and then the narrator realizes something:
      Narrator: Man, I didn't think that I'd hate Andrea from The Walking Dead any more than I already did!
    • The narrator nicknames Doctor Doom and Silver Surfer "The Green Goblin" and "The T-1000", respectively.
    • The narrator tries to pronounce Ioan Gruffudd's name. Hilarity Ensues:
      Narrator: Sorry, I- Ion... Eee-oh-an... Gruffu... fudd... [cut to "starring" segment] Starring: Ioan Gruffuffu... oh not again! It has too many vowels and too many consonants!
    • Then there's the rest of the cast: "Elon Mask, Mercury Rising, Battlecloud Galacticus, Jessica AlBewbs, A Rotting Pumpkin, Scandalous, and Captorch Humerica."
    • In The Stinger, the narrator weights in on the controversy generated by the casting of an African-American actor as the Human Torch in the 2015 film:
      Narrator: Make a Mexican womannote  put on a blonde wig and blue contacts to play Sue Storm, and no one bats an eye. Cast a black guy as the Human Torch, and everyone loses their minds!
  • Five Nights at Freddy's 4 (or Eights Nights in Purgatory, F*ck You):
  • 8 Mile (aka Eminem: The Movie):
  • Mad Max: Fury Road:
  • Frozen Fever (aka Frozen Reminder):
    • The narrator demonstrates that Disney and Honest Trailers aren't so different about certain things.
    Narrator: When Disney slapped Frozen's name on a short film to squeeze more cash out of their biggest hit [shows that Frozen's gross was over $400 million], Honest Trailers had the perfect excuse to slap Frozen's name on a video to squeeze more views out of our biggest hit. [shows that the Honest Trailer for Frozen has over 25,500,000 views]
  • Disney's Peter Pan (aka Disney's Michael Jackson):
    • The description of Neverland: "A war-torn island where full-grown adults force orphans to join their ranks or die. It's like a magical Sudan!"
    • The narrator gets utterly embarrassed by the film's portrayal of Native Americans. It goes From Bad to Worse when he tries to switch to other Disney movies:
      Narrator: [after showing the Indian Chief say "How"] Wow, I don't even remember that part.
      [shows Peter and the Indians making a stereotypical war cry]
      Narrator: Wow, that is really bad.
      [shows John, Michael and the Lost Boys singing the "We're about to fight the Indians" line from "Following the Leader"]
      Narrator: Okay, enough.
      One of the Lost Boys: What makes a red man red?
      Narrator: Enough!
      [shows more Indians making a stereotypical war cry]
      Narrator: Stop!
      Captain Hook: Those redskins know the island...
      Narrator: Just switch to another Disney movie!
      [shows a clip of Uncle Remus from Song of the South]
      Narrator: Not that one!
      [shows a clip of the Siamese cats from Lady and the Tramp singing "We Are Siamese (If You Please)" in stereotypical mangled English]
      Narrator: No, don't show that one, show a different one!
      [shows Jim Crow from Dumbo]
      Narrator: Oh that was so much worse...
      [shows Shun Gon from The Aristocats]
      Narrator: This is all so much worse than I remember! Go to starring, go to starring!
    • The Indian Chief is credited in the "Starring" list as "The Washington R... DC Football Team."
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: So his name was "Hook" before Peter cut off his hand? And I thought "Scar" was a convenient villain name.
  • Avengers: Age of Ultron (aka Avengers: Roughly One Week of Ultron):
  • Aladdin:
  • In their Friday the 13th Honest Trailer (the game, not the movie), they revealed that this video it's possibly the least requested video, at only one request.
    Narrator: [after a single request pops up] Uh... you got it, one guy.
  • Inside Out:
  • Terminator Genisys (aka Terminator Genishyt):
    • The trailer begins with:
      Narrator: The following trailer is rated S for spoilers. Unlike this movie's actual trailer that gave away the only cool part of the entire movie!
    • The narrator being puzzled at the title, which appears complete with the red line that denotes spelling errors in Microsoft Word below the word "Genisys" in the title card.
      Narrator: They... they mean "Genesis," right? ["Genisys" is deleted from the title card and "Genesis" written instead] There we go, that feels better.
    • The narrator at one point pulls one hell of a Bait and Switch.
      Narrator: [while showing scenes of the T-1000 searching] No matter where you run, no matter where you hide, you'll never escape from... Jai Courtney, the homeless man's Channing Tatum is back, and he's turned Kyle Reese into a blank-faced moron where charisma goes to die.
    • The narrator not-quite-happy description of the rest of the cast, ending with:
      Narrator: [...] And Daenerys Targaryen as Sarah Connor. Come on, Khaleesi, you're so much better than this!
      Sarah Connor: I think I'm doing just fine!
    • The narrator concludes that the movie leaves "so many plot holes and unanswered questions" that he "won't even bother to list" the usual Long List of them, except for one:
      Narrator: How much they have to pay James Cameron to say this?
      James Cameron: I feel like the franchise has been reinvigorated, like this is a renaissance. You like the Terminator films, you'll like this movie.
      Narrator: [beat, as the T-800 does its un-smile] This is just... so depressing.
    • The "Starring" list: "Hasta la vista, maybe; Mother of Connors, Another John's Made of Dust, LOL Simmons, The Whole Entire Bus Goes Round and Round, and Stop Trying to Make Jai Courtney Happen, It's Not Going to Happen."
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: So [John Connor] is sending his dad back in time to have sex with his mom? [shows Lorraine kissing Marty in Back to the Future] Why is incest always the go-to plot in time travel movies?
  • A New Hope:
    • "From the once-masterful director who just couldn't leave well enough alone, comes the special effects blockbuster that transformed the entire film industry... into an assembly line for special effects blockbusters and action figures."
      Narrator: Star Wars. The first one. We are not calling it A New Hope.
    • The narrator saying that Princess Leia is "the most interesting of the two human female characters in the entire movie."
    • The narrator points out that the droids are "conscious beings with feelings and free will, who were bought and sold as slaves." But that's not the funny part, of course, but rather his reaction to it:
      Narrator: #DroidsLivesMatter guys!
    • The narrator calls Luke Skywalker "a whiny space brat." Then he realizes something:
      Narrator: Hmmm, kinda reminds me of someone... [cue montage of Luke Skywalker's angsty scenes interspersed with Anakin Skywalker's own angsty scenes] Wait, so Hayden Christensen's acting choices were... intentional?! WHOA! Mind. Blown!
    • The narrator is not exactly impressed with the Empire:
      Narrator: ...the evil Empire, with an army of clumsy idiots, [shows the often repeated scene of the Stormtrooper hitting his head on the door frame] led by the most threatening villain of all time, Darth Vader... until you hear his original voice. [shows Darth Vader speaking with the voice of his physical actor, David Prowse] Ha, not so epic now, are you bro?
    • The narrator doesn't let the "Special Editions" pass:
      Narrator: Return to a time when technology forced George Lucas to collaborate with other people, as he teams up with masters of sound design, score, editing and practical visual effects to deliver a near perfect movie, that he's made progressively worse with each special edition, because if there's one thing the original Star Wars wasn't missing, [getting progressively angrier] is poorly-rended, out-of-place CGI animals filling up every square inch of the frame! Dude! Come on! Get out of the way! Argh, I can't even see the movie.
    • The narrator also points out scenes that "nostalgic googles" keep one from realizing "were kind of dumb," like the lightsaber battle between Obi-Wan and Darth Vader being "two old geezers gently poking each other," and the destruction of the Death Star being "the most over-the-top Freudian finale of all time." Cue a hefty montage of all the lines of dialogue during that scene that could count as Accidental Innuendo, followed by Michael Scott saying "That's What She Said!"
    • The narrator wants to make one thing clear:
      Narrator: So whether you're an old man who can't move on from a 38-year old movie for children, or a contrarian kid who thinks he's being edgy when he says the prequels were better, one thing is for sure: Han. Shot. First.
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: As bad as we all want a real lightsaber, let's be realistic: We could've cut off our own hand in a week.
  • Fantastic Four (2015) (aka Fant-Four-Stic):
    • At the very beginning, the reference to a certain tweet:
      Narrator: From the director of Chronicle, and a fantastic version of this movie that you'll probably never see...
      [shows a screencap from a tweet made by the film's director Josh Trank (since deleted) that read:]
      Josh Trank: A year ago I had a fantastic version of this. And it would've received great reviews. You'll probably never see it. That's reality though.
    • "It's been ten years since the last good Fantastic Four movie." Footage playing over this part is of The Incredibles.
    • The description of the cast:
      Narrator: There's Reed, the genius who can bend his body to new and exciting ethnicities; Ben, a big-hearted rock monster whose superpower is not having genitals?; this underused actress in a terrible way, who's left behind to make the guys' uniforms; and Johnny, a street-racing Brad cliché with the power to ignite... internet comment sections for being a black guy.
    • The narrator not being impressed with the inner workings of the Baxter Institute...
      Narrator: Journey to the Baxter Institute, where kids create billion-dollar inventions, powerful enough to destroy the world, in exchange for pats on the back.
      Harvey Allen: You all deserve an enormous pat on the back.
    • ...or Doctor Doom, for that matter.
      Narrator: Tremble in anticipation for the return of one of Marvel's greatest supervillains, Doctor Doom. Then shake your head in disappointment when you're stuck with this super-powered sex doll instead, complete with vague abilities, vague motivations, and vague... Ghostbusters references?
      [cut to a clip of Ghostbusters showing Dana possessed by Zuul]
      Zuul!Dana: There is no Dana, only Zuul.
      [cut to Doom saying, in almost the exact same tone:]
      Doctor Doom: There is no Victor, only Doom.
    • When the narrator says that the protagonists were "totally phoning it in," a cellphone is shown.
    • The "Starring" list: "Were You Stretching Or Were You Dragging?, A Wasted House of Cards Actor (Kate Mara), A Chocolate Snowman, Michael B. Glad You Don't Have to Do Any More of These,note  Another Wasted House of Cards Actor (Reg E. Cathey), and Crash Test Doomy."
    • In The Stinger, the narrator realizes that the movie missed something:
      Narrator: Man, you know it's bad when Stan Lee won't even make a cameo.
  • Minions (aka Despicable Greed):
    • The narrator lets it clear from the very beginning about what's the real reason behind the movie:
      Narrator: From Universal Pictures... marketing department, comes one of the most expensive, far-reaching promotional campaigns of all time. And also a movie!
    • The narrator comparing the movie with Joey, The Cleveland Show, and The Battle for Endor in that it's "a Spin-Off that takes a character who's fun in small doses, and makes you wish that they stayed in the background."
    • The narrator saying that, for an Origins Episode about the Minions, it doesn't tell a lot about their origins:
      Narrator: Get ready for a Minion origin story... that doesn't even tell you what a Minion is, or where their language comes from, [shows the Minions saying "Que pasa?", "Sayonara!", and "Mazel Tov!"] or whelther they're immortal, or whether they have genders, [shows the Minions doing a Totem Pole Trench in drag] or why some have just one eye, or why always they wear goggles, or how do they reproduce. [shows a Minion getting romantic with two yellow fire hydrants] But who cares? You're either a six-year old or a parent wishing to check your phone in the movie theater.
    • The narrator saying that the movie is so full of "lazy gags" that it makes Cars 2 look like the beginning of Up.
    • The narrator warning the audience about the movie's Family-Unfriendly Aesops...
      Narrator: Try to undo the harmful messages the movie would drill into your kid's impressionable head, like: Be an mindless follower, don't question authority, and shooting at the cops is okay as long as you're little and cute.
    • ...then, weighing in that last point, realizes that it also has Family-Unfriendly Violence. ("You know, for kid's characters they do really kill a lot of people.") Cue the Failure Montage showing the Minions trying to serve their various masters and failing miserably on every occasion with a death count; it first shoots up from 5 to 105 after the Egyptians are crushed when a pyramid falls over, and then to "???" after a giant Kevin pushes a Scarlet Overkill wearing a skirt-transformed-into-a-giant-rocket onto several buildings.
    • The "Starring" list ending with "those horrible Facebook memes your aunt keeps posting that don't even have anything to do with Minions at all."
    • In The Stinger, the narrator points out that if the Minions hadn't been driven to live in the ice cave after accidentally killing Napoleon Bonaparte, they might've served as Adolf Hitler's henchmen. Complete with a photoshopped image of the Minions taking a selfie with the Führer.
  • Ant-Man (aka Tiny Iron Man):
    • The Honest Trailers title card being "ant-sized" like the first teaser trailer for the film.
    • The narrator says the movie is "based on a superhero so ridiculous, you'll swear that Marvel's choosing their projects on a dare."
      Narrator: Now get ready for a hero so silly, no one can even keep a straight face when they say his dumb name; [shows The Falcon and Darren Cross not being able to keep a straight face when saying "Ant-Man", and Scott Lang aking if they can change the name] in a superpowered heist film that against all odds... actually, kind of works! I mean, it's still more believable that somebody joining The Avengers just because they're good with a bow and an arrow, right?
    • When the narrator does his usual "Meet [X]" routine with Scott Lang, the trailer shows instead a scene from Behind The Candelabra, another film in which a character played by Michael Douglas has a relationship with a character named Scott, just a very different one.
      Narrator: [shows Matt Damon as Scott Thorson] Wait, no, not that one. [shows Scott Lang] Yeah, that's the guy.
    • As the alternative title he gave for the film implies, the narrator believes that Hank Pym and the overall plot of the film look familiar:
      Narrator: Hank Pym [is a] billionaire industrialist who lost control of his company to a bald former ally, who betrays him, and plots to use his advanced suit technology for evil. And if that sounds familiar, it's because it's the exact same premise as the first Iron Man movie.
      Scott Lang: If it ain't broke...
      Narrator: I mean, seriously, it even has that "friend staring at the suit they wear in the sequel" moment.
      James Rhodes/War Machine: Next time, baby.
      Hope van Dyne/The Wasp: It's about damn time.
    • The "few unique twists" that made the film "separate itself from the other 11 MCU films":
      Narrator: Making another schlubby comedian get abs for a superhero role, actually getting you to care about disgusting insect monsters (NOOO!!! Not Antony! Aw man! I liked that one because he had a name.), and saying the one thing everyone's been yelling at the screen since Phase 2 started:
      Scott Lang: I think our first move, should be calling the Avengers.
    • The narrator says that film made Marvel "prove once again that they can literally sell you anything, and they don't even have to try that hard to sell it." Cue the Dada-esque "ANTS" TV spot.
      Narrator: ... Huh?
    • The "Starring" list: "I Love You Mant, Tony Stark, Sr., Wasp Machine, The Only Latino in the MCU, T.I. As Himself,note  Antz, The Biggest Avenger They Could Get, Thomas and the Mant-gic Railroad, and Disposable Marvel Villain #9."
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: [while showing the Quantum Realm] Man, after this one, I cannot imagine these movies getting any strang— [the Doctor Strange logo appears] Oh yeah, forgot about that.
  • The Revenge of the Sith trailer opens by referring to George Lucas as "Disney's bitter ex-boyfriend".

  • The Martian (aka Cast Away IN SPACE!):
  • Pearl Harbor (aka Bore-a! Bore-a! Bore-a!):
    • Besides pointing out the most obvious offense leveled at the film ("a stupid, campy, made up love triangle"), the trailer points out the other thing that the film also had: "a bunch of wacky slapstick comedy!" Cue a montage of comedic scenes such as Rafe McCawley getting a syringe in the buttocks, a stuttering soldier, and Rafe getting hit in the nose, twice.
    • "Experience a Michael Bay fan fiction version of history, that's more American than two soldiers donating blood into a Coke bottle." (Shows a scene from the film that shows exactly that.)
      Narrator: Where all the men were noble patriots;
      Rafe McCawley: Not anxious to die, Sir, just anxious to matter.
      Jimmy Doolittle: There's nothing stronger than the heart of a volunteer, Jack.
      Narrator: All the women were naughty nurses;
      Nurse Evelyn Johnson: [thinking] He did have a very cute butt.
      Nurse Barbara: See you on the beach, boys!
      Nurse Betty: [to Rafe] Would you happen to have any friends?
      Narrator: And not even polio could stop the President from getting up some sweet, sweet revenge. [shows the President standing up from his wheelchair] Woo yeah! USA! USA!
    • When the narrator does give some credit to it all, though:
      Narrator: Hot on the heels of Titanic's massive sucess, enjoy a blatant attempt to recreate the profits of that far better movie, but with way more explosions, and a bombing sequence so genuinely cool, you'll almost forgive the rest of the movie for being so terrible. Oh man, here we go! [bombing sequence starts] Hell yeah! Woo yeah! [a Japanese fighter plane appears] Oh, wait, sorry, wrong team. Dammit Michael Bay, why'd you make that look so cool?
    • The narrator laments that the film gave Michael Bay his "first and only Oscar win... for Sound Design." Cue a clip showing Ben Affleck's character opening a wine bottle with a comically fake "pop!".
    • The "Starring" list: "A Daredevil Pilot (Rafe McCawley), Black Hawk Dumb (Danny Walker), Kate Beckons Sailors (Evelyn Johnson), Help Me Help U...SA (Doris "Dorie" Miller), and Racist Porky Pig." (Red Winkle, the stuttering soldier, as he panics about "the Japs.")
    • The narrator ends the "Not Starring" list (which mentions real life American servicemen who participated in Pearl Harbor) with "Literally anyone else who was at Pearl Harbor... except for Cuba Gooding Jr.'s character. He was awesome."
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: You guys know it's only a matter of time before Michael Bay gets his hands on 9/11, right?
      Marcus Burnett: Shit just got real. [explosion]
  • Labyrinth (aka The Maze Runner):
    • "From Jim Henson, George Lucas, and Monty Python's Terry Jones, comes a kid's movie just as weird as you'd expect from Jim Henson, George Lucas, and Monty Python's Terry Jones."
    • Crossing into Heartwarming, the narrator's admission of the reason why they made a Honest Trailer about the film.
      Narrator: Get ready for the 1980's cult classic that we thought we'd never make an Honest Trailer for, but decided to do so we can talk about how awesome David Bowie was.
    • The narrator's description of Bowie's character, Jareth the Goblin King:
      Narrator: A magical creature that can only be described as, "David Bowie," who will have you spellbound by his magic tricks, dancing, and his, [zoooms in on "The Area"] ummm... "Major Tom," and by the hypnotic way he pronounces "baby," [cue montage of the times Jareth says "baby"] in a performance so iconic, you won't even care he's playing a kidnapper who has the hots for a sixteen-year-old.
    • The narrator describing Jennifer Connelly as "the teenager who made you feel funny in 1986, and grew into the adult that made you really uncomfortable in the year 2000."
    • The narrator referencing the Does This Remind You of Anything? aspects of Sarah's quest having parallels with a Coming-of-Age Story.
      Narrator: Go inside the mind of a young girl; navigating a maze full of danger, fluids, and sexual confusion over an older male authority figure. So... basically puberty.
    • The narrator saying that the film "full of amazing creatures, groundbreaking visuals... and fart jokes. Lots and lots of fart jokes." (the Bog of Eternal Stench)
    • The narrator invites to "sing along with all the Labyrinth songs that you totally remember," mentioning "Magic Dance," then struggling to come up with a second one, before giving up and saying "OK, it's basically just 'Magic Dance.'"
      Narrator: Listen, the dude is prolific, they all can't be Ziggy Stardust.
    • The narrator sums up the film as:
      Narrator: [...] A classic 80's movie... isn't quite as good as you remember, that completely bombed at the box office. [shows that the movie only grossed $12,729,917] But you know what? Who cares? 'Cause David Bowie is f*cking awesome! That guy could do whatever he wanted to me in his magic goblin castle!
    • The "Starring" list: "Glamdalf (Jareth), David Bowie's Hand Double,Explanation  Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman (Sarah), Bernie Sanders (Hoggle), Rocket Racoon (Sir Didymus), The Eyes Wide Shut Orgy, Harry Knowles (Ludo), Jabba, Jr. (The Worm), and Baby Waldo." (Toby, who has a red-and-white striped shirt.)
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: [refering to the film's puppets] Oh man, even by puppets standards, these things are really creepy. [after showing Toby cry while surrounded by them] Those are definitely real tears.
  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (aka Law & Order: Super Victims Unit *CHUNG-CHUNG*):
    • The Bait and Switch pulled at the beginning:
      Narrator: From Marvel Studios...'s down-the-hall neighbors, and Joss Whedon...'s little brother...
    • The trailer invites you to enter the world of S.H.I.E.L.D.... "for half a season, until Winter Soldier pulled the rug out from under it."
      Narrator: Listen, they do the best they can, okay? Marvel literally blew up their premise.
    • That "Bait and Switch" at the beginning continues.
      Narrator: Avengers fans assemble, to see your favorite superheroes... names get dropped. [cue montage of mentions of the Avengers]
    • The description of the rest of the main cast (including saying that Melinda May "is totally not Black Widow", the "quirky British scientists" Fitz and Simmons "were completely interchangeable until they sent one into space and gave the other brain damage," and recounting Grant Ward's Heel–Face Revolving Door) ends with "this revolving door of black characters" (Mike "Deathlok" Peterson, Triplett, Mack, and Andrew Garner), which prompts the narrator to say:
      Narrator: You know this isn't The Walking Dead, right? You can have more than one at a time.
    • The "Bait and Switch" keeps on going.
      Narrator: But the Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are not alone, [shows the Avengers' first meeting] they're joined by some of Marvel's most prestigious... [shows Lady Sif] B-list characters. Like: Nick Fury (two times), Peggy Carter (in a flashback), Maria Hill (that's... cool, I guess?), Thor's lady friend (Lady Sif), Captain America's... drinking buddies? (The Howling Commandos), Agent Sit... Sit... good (Jasper Sitwell), this random Asgardian played by the guy from Ghostbusters 2 (Elliot Randolph), and... wait, that's it? Come on, Feige! You can't get Hemsworth there for, like, five minutes of his lunch break? Share your freakin' toys, man!
    • The "Starring" list, that includes: "Dead Man Walking (Phil Coulson), Not-tasha Romanoff (Melinda May), Dry White Toast (Grant Ward), Definitely Not Mutants (the Gifteds), Tahiti (cue every mention of Tahiti), Protection (cue every mention about protection), Protocol (cue every mention of protocol), and Slowly Turning, Acting, Recting, and Emoting Silently." That's right, the S.T.A.R.E.S. montage is back, complete with the same awesome music!
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: Whatever Coulson, we all know what a real super agent looks like.
      Ari Gold: You will not f[bleep!]ck me in the [bleep!]! I will not stop until I destroy you!
      Narrator: I would totally watch this crossover.
  • Spectre (aka Dullfinger):
    • "In a year with four different blockbuster spy films, the great granddaddy of them all is back, and it's bringing absolutely nothing new to the table."
    • The narrator compliments the opening scene as "one of the best opening scenes in Bond history," but then calls the opening credits "about three minutes of tentacle porn," followed by "not much else."
      [cut to the SPECTRE boardroom scene, followed by an awkwardly long moment of silence]
      Narrator: Uh, hello?
      [silence continues]
      Narrator: Um, guys? D— did you mute the video or something?
      [silence continues]
      Narrator: I, I think somebody broke the, the volume.
      [silence continues]
      Narrator: ...Aaand... speak. [silence continues] Speak! Say something!
      Blofeld: Does anyone challenge?
      Narrator: Finally!
    • The narrator calls it a Bond by-the-numbers, and couldn't sound more bored while he "checks all the old tropes off the list."
      Narrator: [with half-hearted amazement] The car! Gadgets! Catchphrases! ("Vodka martini, shaken not stirred.") Aaand underdeveloped female sex objects.
    • The narrator extremely funny skewering of Daniel Craig's phoned-in performance
      Narrator: Daniel Craig sleepwalks through a performance [shows him looking like he's actually nodding off during a driving scene] where it's clear that he'd rather slash his wrists than do it again. Oh, poor guy had to pretend he's James Bond for millions of dollars! Suck it up and drink a martini! Experience a Roger Moore-era Bond film, if Roger Moore was a mopey dick trying to get fired from his own movie...
    • The narrator considers that the reveal that Franz Oberhauser is Ernst Stavro Blofeld is such a Captain Obvious Reveal that he compares it with John Harrison being Khan.
      Narrator: Ugh, didn't we learn nothing from Into Darkness? All that's missing is that mumbo jumbo about super blood.
      [cut to Q talking about his new "Smart Blood" nanotechnology tracking program]
      Narrator: AW COME ON MAN, REALLY?!
    • Comparing the action scenes to "playing GoldenEye 64 on Agent difficulty."
    • After the narrator says that the movie has "a bunch of crap you never wanted to see in a Bond movie" (like "briefings," "board meetings," "lectures about drones," "lectures about meteors," "therapy," "waiting for an Uber," etc.), the narrator wonders:
      Narrator: Guys, how do you make James Bond vs. the Illuminati boring?
    • Pointing out the multiple similarities to Captain America: The Winter Soldier and that The Winter Soldier is still the better movie.
      Narrator: If you only see one movie this year about a hero who belongs to a different era, battling a sleeper cell inside his own organization, with their own tentacle logo, against a former friend that was presumed dead in the snow... you should probably just rewatch The Winter Soldier. It's way better anyway.
    • The "Starring" gag:
  • Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (aka Street Whiner II Turbo):
    • The narrator compliments the film as a "cult classic full of so many awesome fight sequences and hilarious visual comedy," but then he says that those make one "barely notice that every character in it is a horrible garbage person."
      Narrator: I mean, seriously, these are all bad people. Except for Knives. I like Knives.
    • The narrator inviting the audience to "indulge in two hours of pure nerd wish fulfillment":
      Narrator: Where a guy with no personality, the face of a toddler, and the body of a stretched-out toddler hooks up with tons of girls, kicks Captain America's ass, makes a lesbian orgasm to death, and plays DDR with underage Asian schoolgirls who are obsessed with him. Man, no wonder the internet loves this movie.
    • The narrator really prefered the alternate ending in which Scott ends up with Knives rather than Ramona over the actual ending. And we do mean really.
      Narrator: Strap in for one proto-millennial's epic journey towards maturity, that ends with him finally growing up and choosing the girl he should have been with all along... wait a minute, they didn't use that ending? They reshot it so that he ends up with Ramona? Why?! What was the point of all it?! Be jealous and violent and chase after a toxic relationship?! Even when true love is staring you right in the face?! Ugh. I don't get young people.
    • The "Starring" list: Ready Player One (Scott), Manic Pixel Dream Girl (Ramona), Kung Foo Fighters (The Sex Bob-omb), Phony Hawk, Pro Skater (Lucas Lee), Vegan Vegeta (Todd Ingram), Um...Her? (Roxy Richter),Explanation  Get a Room (Envy Adams), Explanation  Hipster Kilgrave (Gideon Graves), Obligatory Gay Best Friend (Wallace Wells), and #NotYourAsianSidekick (Knives).Explanation 
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: I mean, it's fine, but the comic book is way better than the movie.
      [cuts to the scene of Scott entering Graves' venue, in which Comeau says "The comic book is better than the movie."]
      Narrator: Oh no, I'm that guy.
  • The entire X-COM Honest Trailer, especially if you went in not realizing that the narrator really is the same voice as the Council Spokesman. Then he seamlessly shifts into said voice at the end.
  • The Walking Dead – Seasons 4-6 (aka Yawn of the Dead):
    Narrator: From AMC, the creator of some of your favorite shows'... prequel spin-offs, comes the phenomenon that shows no signs of stopping... it's attempts to get you to watch Into The Badlands,note  Turn, that train one: The Walking Dead.
    Narrator: Now settle in for another block of eight episodes featuring two great ones [clip from "Too Far Gone"], two good ones [clip from "Self-Help"] and four hours of pure filler. [clip of the gang walking during "No Sanctuary"] Yaaawn. Wake me up when you get there, guys.
    Narrator: Meet what's left of the group: Rick, who's either in charge or completely nuts, depending on how Grimey his beard looks; Carl, his pudding-loving son who's been affected by enough puberty to make him age five years in a year-and-a-half-long story; Daryl and Michonne, two silent badasses with the strongest weapon of all: fan support; these two guys (Abraham and Eugene) who are so faithful to the graphic novel series that they feel like cartoons. [cue a scene of Abe punching out Eugene with cartoony sound effects]
    Narrator: And Carol, the meek and emotionally scarred victim who... [clip of Carol confessing she brutally killed two of the group] wait, what? [shows the "Just look at the flowers" scene] Damn! [shows Carol killing a Wolf with a knife to the back and then to the head] Whoa! [shows Carol threatening Sam she'll tie him to a tree far from home and that the walkers will slowly eat him alive] Damn, Carol, you scary!
    • The narrator lampshades that in almost every season, the group's home is destroyed. From the CDC, Hershel's farm, the prison (which actually lasted from Season 3 to half of Season 4), Woodbury (which the group never lived at), Terminus (which lasted like two episodes from the start and end of Seasons 4 and 5), Alexandria (which went a season before getting wrecked, but was not abandoned).
      Narrator: [as if he's pondering what to get for lunch] Hmmmm. I wonder where Negannote  lives? Can't wait for them to blow that place up next season!
    • The narrator notes that several plots go nowhere, such as the flu arc, the Rescue Arc for Beth which took half a season and ended with Beth dying, and half a season's build-up to the group getting captured by a fortress full of cannibals only to end with the group quickly wiping them out in the beginning of the next season.
      Narrator: So gear up for a show built on the premise that any main character can die at any moment [several clips of main characters dying up to Season 4] that's devolved into a show where any supporting character can die at any moment, that's devolved even further into a show where apparently no one can die... [annoyed] even if they're clearly eaten by a massive herd of frigging zombies! [referring to the infamous Disney Death of Glenn] Ugh. Gimme a break.
    • A parody of Talking Dead with an Expy of Chris Hardwick plays.
      Nerdy Ryan Seacrest: What's up guys? Be sure to join us after this Honest Trailer for Only Talking Positively About The Walking Dead! Tonight's guest stars are someone who died from the show, a random celebrity who may not have ever seen the show, and a producer who I cannot be critical of otherwise I might lose my job! Points!
    • Starring: More ugly cryface, more improbably headshots, more group debate, people losing it, mending fences, literally mending fences, NRA kids club, one-off expendable characters whose deaths will have zero emotional impact on the viewers, walking... more walking... even more walking.
  • The Honest Trailer for the Oscars. Yes, Honest Trailers made the effort to make a trailer for all eight films nominated for Best Picture.
    Narrator: In a world where a bunch of rich people dress up in fancy clothes to give each other trophies, these eight films will compete for Hollywood's hightest honor: being the answer to the question, "What did win the Oscar last year?"
  • The honest title for the Fire Emblem series: Waifu Wars: No Petting Allowed.
  • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 2:
    • "After two child murder Super Bowls, and one unnecessary feature-lenght prologue, strap in for the long-awaited finale, where Katniss Everdeen completes her epic revenge quest to murder President Snow... by not murdering President Snow."
      Narrator: Wait, are you kidding me?! They just calmly talk in a rose garden? You call that a satisfying conclussion?! That's like if Kill Bill did never kill Bill!
    • The trailer at one point straight-up marking the "all-new Red Shirts" by placing an "X" over them with "Dead" underneath it.
    • The narrator doesn't take well the discovery of "tiger people."
      Narrator: Hang on a second: tiger people? Really? Since when there where tiger people in this world? And don't tell me they were in the book, you book people! That so doesn't count!
    • "You rolled your eyes in Mockingjay Part 1 when Katniss could not shut the f--k up about saving Peeta. Now cringe as the character evolves from a liability who almost gets people killed to a liability who actively kills people, who no one in the entire franchise can shut the f--k up about."
      Narrator: [after a long montage of pretty much every mayor important character mentioning Peeta ends with Peeta himself saying that they should kill him if necessary] Man, even Peeta is over Peeta.
    • Finally, ending the Running Gag of the narrator's, um, "admiration" for Gale, he's really dissapointed that at the end, Katniss choose Peeta over Gale.
      Narrator: I mean, come on! You're choosing Cake Boss over a Hemsworth? I mean, sure, he was maybe responsible for bombing and killing your sister, but look at this kiss, man!: [shows Katniss and Gale kissing] Now that's what I'm talking about. Now look at you kiss Peeta: [shows Katniss and Peeta kissing] Now let's see that Gale smooch again, in slooow motion: [shows Katniss and Gale kissing again, in slow motion, over a slow jam] See? Now, that's how I would do it— I mean, you know, if I was Katniss. Gale is a total Hunkasaurus Rex that any guy— I, I mean, any girl would be totally lucky to make out with! Why they're putting Peeta on a pedestal? I would totally choose Gale— I mean, you know, if I was Katniss, heh... ah screw it: Gale is hot and I would make out with that face in a heartbeat.
    • In the "Starring" list: "Katniss Everdone With These Movies, Mallory Archer (Alma Coin), A Waste of a Perfectly Good Tucci (Caesar Flickerman), ♫ Teenage Foggy Nelson Turtle ♫ (Pollux), 3D Printed Killer Powders (the mutts), More Captain Phasma Than In Star Wars (Commander Lyme)..." Afterwards, however, the narrator starts struggling with naming the characters:
      Narrator: "Peeta..." Let's see, Pan? Haven't we done that already? We really have run out of jokes for the same cast, guys; [referring to Peeta; who ends up credited as "Peeta...Pan?"] "Hey...Mitch, You're Done With These Movies?" Uh, that wasn't even great; [referring to Haymitch Abernathy] "Gale's... Oprah's Friend"? [referring to Gale] Agh, you know what? They didn't put any effort in ending this franchise, so neither will we.
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: Four movies, and the only actual choice Katniss makes is saving her sister in the first one. At least that one worked out. [shows Katniss' sister being killed in a bombing] Oh, nevermind.
  • Batman (aka Batman Burtons):
    • "Before Christopher Nolan saved Batman from nipples, raves, and ice puns, Tim Burton had to save him from this:" Cue scenes of the Batman 1966 TV series.
      Narrator: Holy gritty reboot! Quick, to the Rebootmobile!
    • "One man wages a war against crime in an awesome-looking Batsuit... and a severily limited range of motion."
      Narrator: [after showing scenes of Batman being barely able to move in the Batsuit] Wow, that's stiff. Say what you want about Adam West, but at least he was able to move.
    • The narrator has some weird compliments to Michael Keaton:
      Narrator: Witness one of the best superhero castings of all time in Michael Keaton, a man so perfect for the role, his eyebrows are shaped like the logo. He's a reclusive billonaire dressed like your 10th grade English teacher, who's so unstable...
      Bruce Wayne: YOU WANNA GET NUTS?!?!?! COME ON, let's get nuts!
      Narrator: actually feels plausible that he would pretend to be a bat and beat up poor people.
    • The narrator's attempt to hype up Jack Nicholson's Joker ends up backfiring:
      Narrator: But the Batman can only be defined by his Joker, and Jack Nicholson is the definitive Joker. Except for Heath Ledger, or if your a Mark Hamill guy... and Leto looks kinda rad in Suicide Squad. You know, now that I think about it, Nicholson is kind of just doing a Cesar Romero impression. [shows Cesar Romero's Joker's and Jack Nicholson's Joker's laughs] You know what, let's back this up:
      Narrator: But the Batman can only be defined by his Joker, and Jack Nicholson is... one of them.
    • The trailer demonstrates that this Batman didn't have a Thou Shalt Not Kill rule:
      Narrator: If you thought Batman had a rule against killing, YOU. WERE. WRONG., as this version of the character ditches beating up criminals and opts for straight-up murder. Fans were ticked off that he's got a gun in the trailer [of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice]? This Batman is a serial killer.
      [shows montage of mooks getting killed by Batman]
      Thug: Don't kill me, man!
      Batman: I'm not going to kill you.
      Narrator: Nah, he probably is.
    • After pointing out that the movie "would set the pace for every comic book movie to follow" ("from trailer hype, to merchandising, to angry fanboy backlash before the movie is even released"), the narrator considers that the movie "checks every box in 'Break the Internet' bingo before there was an internet."
      Narrator: Let's see here: Change the originnote  [check], controversial leadnote  [check], kill the hero's main villainnote  [check], completely change the costume [check], oh man, I'm on a hot streak; Cast a black guy to play a white guynote  [check]. Hey! I got angry internet nerd bingo! Do I win anything?
    • In the "Starring" list: "Battlejuice, Heeeere's Joker!, Batgirl's Uncle (Alfred), You Either Die A Hero Or Live Long Enough To Be Recast In the Sequel (Harvey Dent), Jack Nicholson's Buddynote  (Bob the Goon), and Vicki Vale Screaming."
  • Superman: The Movie (aka Fun Man of Steel):
    • The narrator pointing out that, in reference to Superman getting billed second in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, "even in 1978 Superman still couldn't get top billing in his own movie."note 
    • The narrator believes that the producers "were too scared" to tell Marlon Brando "that he was mispronouncing Krypton."
      Narrator: Yeah, he got it wrong, but, would you correct the Godfather?
    • When the "spin the Earth backwards to reverse time" scene eventually comes up, the narrator can't help but chime in:
      Narrator: Uh, hey Supes? I know that [Lois Lane] was your girlfriend, but a couple more spins... could have undone the entire earthquake. Save a few lives, billions of dollars in property damage... but I get it, you're into pink.note 
    • The narrator calling Lex Luthor "a criminal super genius who dresses like André 3000."
    • "Dude, if I wanted to see an industrialist in a bad wig talk about real estate, I'd watch the presidential debates! Heh heh heh, amirite? ZING! Ugh..."
    • In the "Starring" list: Friendly Cavill (Superman), White Rashida Jones (Lois Lane), Jesse Eisenberg, Sr. (Lex Luthor), Peter Parker (Jimmy Olsen), and The God's Father (Jor-El).
    • In The Stinger, regarding baby Superman being found stark naked:
      Narrator: Was it necessary to see baby Superman's bait and tackle?
  • The Revenant (aka Hugh Glass and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day):
    • The trailer begins with:
      Narrator: From Leonardo DiCaprio, and— [shows Alejandro González Ińárritu] Hey, that's not Scorsese!
    • The narrator says that the film "put the cast through physical and mental torture to film, and put the audience through two and a half hours of mild boredom to watch." (referring mostly to the many Leave the Camera Running shots of the film.)
      Narrator: [while showing the many shots of the sky through the film] Yep, that's the sky. Yep, still the sky. Oh look, there's the sky again. Sky's not going anywhere. Another sky shot, oh goody. Oh look at that, it's the sky, again. Did they just put the camera down and forget it was rolling? Aaaand sky.
    • The narrator says that the movie was Oscar Bait, but that in any case, it was "released in a year where [DiCaprio's] biggest competition [for Best Actor Award] was this:" Cue to a scene of Bryan Cranston as Dalton Trumbo in Trumbo.
      Narrator: Seriously, if he lost to Communist Heisenberg, we'd riot.
    • The narrator comparing the two "powerhouse performances you won't be able to understand" of Leo's "full range of emotional grunting" and Tom Hardy "mumbling about pelts" to those "in the grand tradition of Nell and Pootie Tang."
    • The narrator says that the film has "occasional bursts of extreme violence to wake you up that will shock you, then bore you, then get so over the top, it's one music change away from becoming Jackass..." Cue the dangerous scenes being set to "Corona" while being interspliced with scenes of and Johnny Knoxville and co. laughing.
    • The narrator credits Leonardo DiCaprio as..."Academy Award winner Leonardo DiCaprio," and then adds, "Oh, it feels so good to say that!" Also doubles as an awesomenote  and heartwarmingnote  moment for longtime fans of the actor.
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: Yeah, I know Leo went through a lot for this role, but look at the haircut of Mark Ruffalo in Spotlight! Now that's acting!
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens (aka Star Wars: A Familiar Hope):
    • The trailer begins with, "The following trailer is rated S for 'Spoilers'. But come on, you know you're already seen this movie."
    • The narrator admits that the movie had to do a lot of multitasking.
      Narrator: From diet Spielberg, comes the movie that had to satisfy decades of pent-up nerd expectations, make up for the prequels, introduce the franchise to a new generation of fans, make enough money to justify Disney's four billion dollar investment, and also, you know, be good. So, no pressure.
    • Since the film draws so many parallels with the original Star Wars trilogy, a old face (well, voice) appears:
      Narrator: The Force has awakened, and its first order is to revitalize the franchise, while setting the stage for an amazing expansion of the Star Wars cinematic universe...
      Original Narrator: ...By shamelessly remaking A New Hope.
      Narrator: What the— Who are you?
      Original Narrator: I'm the original Honest Trailer voice, and the originals are always better.
      Narrator: Yeah, you wish! Now put down, I got the best movie of the year to talk about.
      Original Narrator: Best? Oh man... I'm not going anywhere; someone has to stop you from going full fanboy.
      Narrator: Aw, I got a bad feeling about this.
    • Starring: Lei-AARP (Leia), MaRey Sue (Rey), Better Anakin (Kylo Ren), FN-2187. Hey, that's my PIN number! (Finn), Han Poelo (Poe Dameron), Emperor Voldemort (Snoke), R2D2-2 (BB-8), Han So Long (Han Solo), [...] and Butthole Eyes (Maz Kanata).
    • In the end, they are joined by other Epic Voice Guys, such as the one who did the first ever Honest Trailer for The Phantom Menace and the guy who did the one for Avatar, and Mr. Plinkett.
  • The Jungle Book (aka The Jungle Bore):
    • The trailer begins with:
      Narrator: [in an upbeat, whimsical voice] From the author of "Rikki Tikki Tavi" and "The White Man's Burden"? (Uh oh!), comes the animated classic that will get "Bare Necessities" stuck in your head, and have you struggling to remember anything else!
    • The recap of the plot:
      Narrator: Before you catch the latest live-action remake of an old Disney classic, go inside The Jungle Book... book movie, for a bear-ly feature-length collection of random scenes, tied together by a plot as thin as an orphan's loincloth, as this young boy is passed from one jokey, singing animal to another until a tiger finally shows up and probably burns to death. The end.
    • The trailer shows that several of the same shots and character animations were reused through the movie, showing the shots side by side for comparison, and that some shots from the movie made it into other Disney movies over the years, such as 101 Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone, and Robin Hood.
      Narrator: That's like... Michael Bay lazy!
    • The traditional song parodies appear, even though, besides "that great song", "you couldn't name [the other songs] even with a gun in your head", such as:
      • The "'Is this even a song?' song" ("Colonel Hathi's March"):
        There's no need to sing along
        'Cause this barely is a song
        It's so monotone
        It's a boring drone [yawning sound]

        That there's no need to prolong
        So let's skip this boring song [and the trailer does]
      • The "'Time-killing jibbery' song" ("I Wan'na Be Like You"):
        Ooh be dime (Gib-ber-ish)
        'I gotta kill some screen time (This song is 4 minutes long)
        Zee dobba zee dop zime (Huh?)
        Wee dop wime (What?)
        Mi-yi-me (Hey, as long as it rhymes)
      • The "'Touchy Uncle' song" ("Trust in Me"):
        I'm a creep
        Don't trust me
        Like a van
        With free candy
      • There's of course the obligatory "porking" song ("My Own Home"):
        Lead you on
        'Lead you on
        I'll flirt with you from a distance
        Til the day that we can pork
      • And "the only song that you actually remember" ("Bare Necessities"):
        Look, you're a homeless refugee
        Red-diapered homeless refugee
        If you don't starve
        You'll get eaten alive

        Yes you're a liability
        Who almost ends up killin' me
        In real life, I would eat you
        to survive
    • In the "Starring" list: Jumowgli (Mowgli), The Big Balooski (Baloo), Black Panther (Bagheera), Tiger Scar (Shere Khan), The Exact Same Voice As Winnie the Pooh. Creepy, Right? (Kaa), and Louie Armslong (King Louie).
  • Superman Returns (aka Man of Feels):
    • "Before the balls-to-the-wall mayhem of Man of Steel, but after the balls-to-the-wall nonsense of Superman IV, there was the balls-to-the-wall boredom of: Superman Returns."
    • The narrator's opinion of Superman...:
      Narrator: Christopher Reeve is Superman... and Brandon Routh is doing a pretty good impression of him. He's the same dorky All-American hero, but with a brand new twist: Now he's also a deadbeat dad who knocked up Lois Lane, then left for five years to... go double check some rocks.
    • ...and Lex Luthor:
      Narrator: But Supes isn't the only throwback in this Donner party; Kevin Spacey stars as Gene Hackman's Lex Luthor, with his life sentence overturned in the worst court decision since O.J....
      Jimmy Olsen: Well, the appeals court called Superman as a witness and he wasn't around.
      Narrator: ...Lex is free to pursuit his stupid real estate schemes, with his stupid sidekicks, and collection of stupid wigs. [after showing a wig similar to Lex Luthor's hair in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice] Whoa, no way, did that wig grow to become Jesse Eisenberg?
    • After showing Lois Lane denying her relationship with Superman to her fiancé Richard White, the narrator realizes that:
      Narrator: James Marsden has now lost girls to Superman, Wolverine,note  and Ryan freaking Gosling,note  and in the end gets rewarded for his loyalty by raising a kid who might not even be his.
      [cut to the scene of Jason shoving a piano to one of Luthor's mooks, proving that he's Superman's son]
      Maury Povich: You are NOT the father!
    • The narrator's take on the film's Messianic Archetypes:
      Narrator: Suit up in your Sunday best, because if you though that Zack Snyder was way too on the nose with the Jesus imagery, [shows a scene from Man of Steel in which Clark Kent is seen in front of a Jesus mosaic] Bryan Singer really nails you in the wrist with it; as Superman falls from the sky in cross arms, has his side pierced with a spear, dies and comes back to life, and flies to heaven listening to prayers. Which is pretty ironic considering that Superman was invented by two Jewish guys from Cleveland.
    • The narrator does concede that "Superman rescues a ton of people" through the film, but even then he "still has time to be a boring mopey dick."
      Narrator: See Zack? You can have it both ways.
    • And then there's the final battle...:
      Narrator: ...Where Superman faces off against... an inanimate island. Ugh.
    • In the "Starring" list: Christopher Routh (Superman), Damsel in Dis Dress (Lois Lane), House of Shards (Lex Luthor), Super Muppet (Jason White), Sighclops (Richard White), Kal-El Penn (one of Lex Luthor's henchmen), The Batman v. Superman Script (the headlines The Daily Planet has prepared for Superman's death or recovery), and Why Is Parker Posey In This Movie, And Why Is She Holding An Enormous Glass of Olives? (Kitty Kowalski).
  • The Game of Thrones Vol. 2 trailer.
    • Once again, the narrator is gleeful at seeing all the BEWBS of Westeros...until he sees Cersei's boobs. He says that at least the boobs can't get any worse...until he sees Melisandre's boobs from "The Red Woman." You know the ones by now.
    "Oh. AHHH! I was so wrong! OH MY EYES! THEY BURN! Go to Starring! GO TO STARRING!"
    • Starring: Cruelty; Animal Cruelty; Slaps; Nods; Eye Rolls; Littlefinger's Accent; Littlefinger's OTHER Accent; Dongs; Butts; Stannis Brooding In A Dark Room; Shae Being Called a Whore; and The Lannister Family's Drinking Problem.
  • Captain America (1990) (aka Craptain America)