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    Gone Girl 

    Pirates of the Caribbean 

    The Maze Runner 

     The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 

    Cinderella (1950) 

  • 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] or 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."

    The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies 



    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Teaser 
  • 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 (2011)? 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?
  • The clear prevalence of Batman over Superman in the teaser and the introduction of many characters who'll be main characters in the Justice League film makes them give it the alternative title of "Batman ft. Superman: Rush to the Justice League."

  • 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?

     Fifty Shades of Grey 
  • Fifty Shades of Grey (aka Fifty Shades of-- Great, There's Gonna be Two More of These, Good Job World)
    • 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 perfectly deadpan response to a line:
      Anastasia Steele: What are butt plugs?
      Narrator: [flatly] It's a plug. For your butt.
    • 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.
    • But he's also disappointed with the movie's contents:
      Narrator: So strap in for all the steamy action people were expecting from Fifty Shades of Grey, like: email, texting, contracts, contract negotiations, nondisclosure agreements, conditions, clauses, and tender missionary lovemaking. What the fuck?! Let's get kinky weird- Epic Voice Guy has a dull marriage, man!
    • In lieu of a "Starring" section, we get a "Not Starring" section, composed of Epic Voice Guy reading all the terrible lines that were cut from the movie... only to cap off by giving us the one line that did: "'Cuz I'm fifty shades of f*cked up."
      Narrator: Ugh, what does that even mean?!
    • The background music (a slowed-down, breathy, sexed-up parody of Beyonce's "Crazy in Love"):
      This movie's written so lazy right now, the book that it was based on so lazy right now... I wish somebody would taze me right now, this story's about as a sexy as rabies right now... Oh, I'll just go and watch a porno.

    Jupiter Ascending 
  • Jupiter Ascending (aka Wachowskis Descending)
    • The film's plot is so completely insane that, after covering the cast and characters, they don't even bother to make jokes anymore — they spend the next two minutes recapping the film because it's just so ridiculous and nonsensical that summarizing it is funny enough. All they do is add "Not Making This Up" Disclaimers.
      "This is the actual plot of the movie." (twice)
      "Seriously, we're not making this up."
      "Someone paid a hundred and seventy-five million dollars for this."
      "How was this allowed to happen?"
      "This was actually screened at Sundance."
      "Yes, those are wolf ears on Channing Tatum."
      "If you think this trailer is dragging on too long, try watching the movie."
      "We didn't even mention the huge maxi pad."
    • The Honest Trailer was released shortly after Balem's actor, Eddie Redmayne, won an Oscar for Best Actor for The Theory of Everything. After seeing his performance in Ascending, the narrator wonders if Oscars can be retroactively taken away.
    • Also, listing Balem in his unique style of speaking: "[whisper] Eddie... [shouting] REDMAYNE!"
    • "Wait... Sean Bean dies in every good movie, but survives this one?!"


    The Lost World: Jurassic Park 

    Toy Story 

    Terminator 2: Judgment Day 
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (aka Terminator 2: Bad They Kept Making Sequels):
    • 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 real life events could've made the movie even more scary:
      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 
  • Magic Mike (aka 21 Hump Street):
    • 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 

    Super Mario Bros. 
  • Super Mario Bros. (aka Super Mari-Oh Brother):
    • "Before people caught on that video game movies were a terrible idea, experience the film that proved that video game movies... are a terrible idea."
    • The narrator doesn't get around with showing the film's In Name Only-ness:
      Narrator: Based on the Super Mario Bros. video game... kinda... [shows how Koopa is now humanoid] Okay, not really at all...
      Narrator: Not since World War Z did a movie had less to do with the source material, where King Koopa is a hypochondriac, for some reason... [goes on for a while, before culminating with...] ...and Mario refuses to jump? [after showing Mario saying that he's gonna get crushed, and Luigi trying to convince him to jump] You ain't gonna jump?! You're Mario, dude! That's the only thing you do!
    • The narrator thinks that Bob Hoskins reprised his role as Eddie from Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Cue a montage of scenes from both Super Mario Bros. and Who Framed Roger Rabbit showing him taking the wheel of a car while growling "I'll drive!", screaming when he's about to crash, and him yelling at someone in both movies.
    • The narrator describing the plot... well, trying to:
      Narrator: [Mario and Luigi] will have to save the world from... um, something about another dimension... and a meteor... and this... thingy [shows Daisy's father] and then this happens [shows Koopa and Mario disintegrating as the dimensions merge]. Man, the video game was already surreal enough, how much acid did these filmmakers take?
      [shows the In Name Only Goombas dancing with each other]
      Narrator: Okay, all of it. All of the acid.
    • The video twice cuts to interviews with the actors as a "Not Making This Up" Disclaimer. The first when the narrator notices that Dinohattan has strippers, it cuts to a part of the video message John Leguizamo recorded for the 20th anniversary screening of the film, in which he says that indeed, the filmmakers brought "a whole bunch of strippers"; and the second when the narrator says that the film almost killed Bob Hoskins, it then cuts to an interview with Hoskins:
      Bob Hoskins: I was stabbed four times, electrocuted, broke a finger, nearly got drowned, and that's just what happened to me.
      Narrator: Still less painful than watching the actual movie.
    • "Starring: John Luiguizamo, Donald Trump (Koopa), Yosh*t, The Creepy Parking Garage Guy From Ferris Bueller (Spike), That Guy From All Those Movies (Sgt. Simon), Donkey Kong (Anthony Scapelli as a monkey), and Captain Lou Albano (Mario).
    • In The Stinger, the narrator takes a crack at the film's Sequel Hook:
      Daisy: [coming to Luigi and Mario's apartment] Luigi! Mario!
      Luigi: Daisy!
      Daisy: You have to come with me, I need your help!
      Narrator: [flatly] Yeah, that's not gonna happen.

    Mission: Impossible 

    Fantastic Four (2005) 
  • 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 (2011) 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 (2010) 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!

     8 Mile 

    Kingsman: The Secret Service 

    Mad Max: Fury Road 

    Frozen Fever 
  • 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]
    • The narrator's reaction to the cost of the Blu-ray collection containing the short.
      Narrator: [The short is] now available on Blu-ray— for twenty bucks?! [zooms over the Blu-ray's cost on Amazon, which is $23.52] No, that is it! Daddy's done spending money on this Frozen crap! [a girl cries on the background] Stop crying, we're poor now!
    • The narrator and Arnold Schwarzenegger cringing at the forced use of Catch Phrases.
      Narrator: Full of not-so-subtle call backs to the original movie, and catchphrases so forced they would make Schwarzenegger blush.
      Elsa: I don't get cold. Besides... ♫ the cold never bothered me anyway...
      Narrator: [while showing Schwarzenegger as the T-800 in Terminator 2: Judgment Day cringe] UGH!
    • The "starring" segment being occupied by reasons Disney needs to keep Frozen relevant, starting with a Broadway show and its presence in the Disney Theme Parks, and escalating to increasingly bizarre merchandise for the movie, culminating in a snow cone machine shaped like Olaf, which the narrator claims is just you eating Olaf's intestines while he watches (due to its design).
    • The Stinger:
      Narrator: Do you remember when Disney actually tried to hide the innuendoes in their films? 'Cause those things [the snowgies] look like chubby little d— BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE HONEST TRAILERS

    The Happening 
  • The Happening (aka What the F*** Is Happening?):
    • The trailer begins with:
      Narrator: From M. Night Shyamalan... oh boy, this should be good... comes one of the best laugh out loud comedies of 2008, that was supposed to be a horror movie?
      Mrs. Jones: Plan on murdering me on my sleep?
      Elliot Moore: What? Nooooooooooooo.
    • The narrator doing a pretty good rundown on Shyamalan's career...
      Narrator: You loved The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable, you liked... parts of Signs, The Village and Lady in the Water made you say, "oh," but before the violent car crash that was The Last Airbender, there was The Happening...
    • ...and a pretty good summary of the film itself.
      Narrator: ...a film about a thing that happens, [cue montage of several characters using the word "happening"] then stops happening.
      Elliot Moore: Nothing happened.
      Narrator: It's even dumber than it sounds.
    • The narrator saying that Mark Wahlberg "delivers a Donnie Wahlberg-level performance."
    • The description of the film's antagonistic force:
      Narrator: [The protagonists will] run from the least scary monster in film history: Gently. Rustling. Leaves. [cut to a montage of the trees seen in the film, that goes for about 15 seconds] Wow, they actually found trees more boring than the Ents.
    • The narrator calling the movie "the first movie since Groundhog Day to make suicide look kinda hilarious."
    • The narrator asks a character in the film his opinion on hot dogs. Makes Just as Much Sense in Context in the film.
      Narrator: Hey, what's your take on hot dogs, random person?
      Nursery Owner: You know hot dogs get a bad rap? They got a cool shape, they got protein. [to Alma] You like hot dogs right?
      Narrator: Good to know.
    • And when it comes to the trademark Shyamalan twist:
      Narrator: As you wait for the inevitable Shyamalan twist... that never comes. The twist is: there is no twist. The trees did it. Then it ends. Ugh.
    • The "Starring" list consists simply of the trees and other plants that appear in the film, including the famous plastic tree, a tree that the narrator wasn't sure of what kind was until a character points out it's a maple tree, and "A Mannequin" (Alma/Zooey Deschanel).
      Narrator: [as Alma stares blankly] Uh, hello? Are you okay?

    Furious 7 
  • Furious 7 (aka Car Wars: Episode VII):
    • The trailer begins by pointing out the franchise's odd naming conventions:
      Narrator: You've seen it with the "The's", you've seen it without the "The's", you've seen it with just the "Fast", and with "2's" where the "The's" should be. Now, prepare for the latest mix of F-words and numbers in: Furious 7... Nah, that's so boring! Can we use the Japanese title? Wild Speed: Sky Mission. Way better.
    • The narrator puts into question the whole "One Last Job" theme:
      Narrator: After six Fast and Furiouses, you thought they were done, because they more or less keep saying that they're done. But now they're back for one last ride. Again. Which is, at the bare minimum, their next-to-last ride. [shows that there's already a release date for the next film]
    • The narrator referencing the series' unrelenting Sequel Escalation:
      Narrator: But after that ride, they've got to be done riding, right? I mean, where they're gonna go next? Space?
      Roman Pearce: First a tank, then a plane, now we got a spaceship?!
      Narrator: I would totally watch that.
    • The narrator's way of describing the evolution of the series:
      Narrator: What began as Point Break with cars has been spun-off, [shows The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift] rebooted, [shows Fast & Furious] turned into a heist film, [shows Fast Five] and jacked up on steroids [shows Luke Hobbs] [...] in a franchse that has completely ditched its street racing roots, but still remains as commited as ever to booty. [cut to montage of the films' Fanservice Extras]
    • The narrator thinks that, after the "awesome car skydiving sequence" and the "incredible skyscraper jump scene", "their budget ran out before the finale", which is why it is "a generic car chase while two gorillas [Dom and Deckard Shaw] hit each other with sticks in a parking lot."
    • The narrator's description of Dominic Toretto:
      Narrator: So hit the streets once again with Dominic Toretto, master of the over-the-shoulder dramatic turn around, who's so Italian, he wore a tank top to his own wedding. He's the man with the plan, even if the plan is incredibly stupid; like driving headfirst into a car, driving headfirst off a cliff, driving headfirst into a car, again, or driving headfirst off a parking garage. You'll begin to wonder if it was repeated head trauma that gave him his trademark mumble growl.
    • Starring: Michelle Roadriguez (Michelle Rodriguez), Honda Rousey (Ronda Rousey), Tyregrease Gibson (Tyrese Gibson), Ludacruise (Ludacris), Racin' Statham (Jason Statham), Jordana Vroomster (Jordana Brewster), Lucas Blacktop (Lucas Black), Drivon Honksu (Djimon Hounsou), Kurb Russell (Kurt Russell), Lane "The Rock" Johnson (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson), and Vin Diesel.
      Narrator: That's just his name, that's not a pun.
    • The trailer actually having three Stingers:
      Narrator: We couldn't decide which ending we liked better for this trailer, so here are all three:
      • Ending #1:
        Narrator: Remember in the trailer when The Rock beat up Statham, flexed out of a cast, and shot that drone? Because that's everything he does in the movie! Come on! You got The Rock; use him, for crying out loud!
      • Ending #2:
        Narrator: It's really nice how racially diverse this movie is without calling a bunch of attention to itself.
        Dominic Toretto: Race wars. We invented it.
        Narrator: Oh, nevermind.
      • Ending #3:
        Deckard Shaw: See you and me? We're from different worlds.
        Narrator: Hey, you stole that from Hootie & the Blowfish!

    Peter Pan (1953) 
  • 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 


    Jurassic World 
  • Jurassic World (aka Raptor Rex vs. Dinoshark):
    • At the beginning, the narrator struggles to pronounce director Colin Trevorrow's name, before giving up and just calling him "Not Steven Spielberg."
    • The narrator describes the film as "the best Jurassic Park sequel ever made... which really isn't saying much," showing the infamous talking Velociraptor dream sequence from Jurassic Park III.
    • The narrator lampshades how life imitates art:
      Narrator: It's been 22 years since Jurassic Park opened its gates. [...] Now, desperate for profits, Jurassic World is here [...] to exploit a new generation by selling them the same basic premise they already sold to their parents, to the point where they literally break out a pair of nostalgia googles. Wait, we're talking about the movie, or the reason this movie exists? I really can't tell anymore.
    • The narrator calls Jurassic World "an awesome dinosaur version of SeaWorld... that's another Blackfish documentary waiting to happen."
    • The narrator's completely dumbfounded response to InGen's security chief's planned use to the Velociraptors:
      Narrator: They'll have to thwart InGen's plan to strap cameras on barely-trained raptor's heads, and use them to hunt terrorists in Afghanistan. Wait, what? I need to read that again. [goes to mumblingly repeat what he just said] No, it's what it says. Wow, that is like a Dr. Evil-level of stupid right there!
      Dr. Evil: I have one simple request, and that is to have sharks with Frickin' Laser Beams attached to their heads!
    • In response of the complaints about Claire running in high heels, the narrator goes on to give a Long List of questions about what he considers Plot Holes (or just things implied to be unnecessary to the film, like the subplot of Claire's sister's family), except for the second-to-last one, which is "Wait, did that raptor jump on that T. rex's back to get leverage? Because that's awesome." At the end, he concludes:
      Narrator: But who cares? 'Cause that T. rex and raptor tag team fight was awesome!
    • Starring: Zoo Lord (Owen Grady), Bryce Dallas Texas (Claire Dearing), Vincent Donut Fritos (Vic Hoskins), Human BuzzFeed (Lowery Cruthers), Bill Nye the Evil Guy (Dr. Henry Wu), Shamu (the Mosasaurus), Tyrannosaurus Ex Machina (the Tyrannosaurus rex), You're My Boy, Blue! (the Velociraptor), and The Plotosaurus Rex (the Indominus rex).
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: You know, for such a ridiculous movie, they really nailed what's like to watch a Jimmy Fallon sketch, am I right?
      [shows a sketch within the movie of Fallon, and the kids watching it looking bored at it while Chirping Crickets sound in the background]

    Back to the Future 
  • Back to the Future (aka Doc and Marty's Excellent Adventure):
    • After the requests come up at the beginning, a soundbite of Marty saying "This is heavy!" is heard.
    • The movies are introduced as:
      Narrator: ["Steven Spielberg Presents" appears on the screen] From Steven Spielberg... [is followed by "A Robert Zemeckis Film"] ...'s buddy.
    • The three movies are described as "the blockbuster hit that stands the test of time, the sequel that lauched a million B.S. Facebook posts, and the third one."
    • The summary of the three movies:
      Narrator: Featuring the one where they travel to the past, beat up the bully, fix the future, and set up the sequel; the one where they travel to the past, beat up the bully, fix the future, and set up the sequel, and the one where they travel to the past, beat up the bully, fix the future, and leave open the possibility for a sequel.
      Biff Tannen: There's something very familiar about all this...
    • The narrator finds Doc Brown a bit questionable.
      Narrator: He's a mad scientist who steals nuclear weapons from terrorists;
      Doc Brown: They wanted me to build them a bomb, so I took that plutonium and in turn gave them a shoddy bomb casing full of used pinball machine parts!
      Narrator: Tests dangerous experiments on animals, and chose to build a time machine out of one of the most unreliable cars of all time.
    • After pointing out all the squicky parts of the films (such as how Marty's mom was into him in the 50's, and Biff, who attempted to rape her, eventually ended up doing the chores around the house), he says that "it's still not as creepy as Doc's kid from the end of the third one." The video then points out that one of Doc's kids, while Doc was doing his "Your future hasn't been written yet" speech, was doing Bring It gestures and pointing to his crotch.
      Narrator: What is he doing?!
    • Starring: Rick and Morty (Doc and Marty), Donald Trump (Biff Tannen), The Three Stooges (Biff's gang) ...Hey, That's Billy Zane! (one of Biff's gang), Crisping Lover (George McFly), MILF (Lorraine), Legit Musician Cameos (shows the cameos of Huey Lewis, Flea, and ZZ Top), and Hot Car Time Machine (the DeLorean).

    Inside Out 

    Terminator Genisys 
  • 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 
  • Star Wars (aka Joseph Campbell's Star Wars):
    • "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:
      "Luke is the best bush pilot in the Outer Rim Territories."
      "Look at the size of that thing!"
      "They came from behind."
      "...should be able to penetrate the outer defense."
      "Almost there... Almost there...!"
      "Didn't go in."
      "You're all clear, kid! Now let's blow this thing and go home!"
      "Luke, at that speed, will y'be able to pull out in time?"
      Michael Scott: That's What She Said! Ha ha ha ha ha ha!
    • 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) 

  • 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 whether 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 bad morals...
      Narrator: Try to undo the harmful messages the movie would drill into your kid's impressionable head, like: Be a 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 Napoléon 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 (Scott), Tony Stark, Sr. (Hank), Wasp Machine (Hope), The Only Latino in the MCU (Luis), T.I. As Himself,note  Antz (ants), The Biggest Avenger They Could Get (Falcon), Thomas and the Mant-gic Railroad (the giant toy Thomas), and Disposable Marvel Villain #9 (Yellowjacket).
    • In The Stinger:
      Narrator: [while showing the Quantum Realm] Man, after this one, I cannot imagine these movies getting any strang— [the Doctor Strange (2016) logo appears] Oh yeah, forgot about that.

    Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith 
  • Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (aka Star Wars Episode IIInote : The Force Aweakens
    • The Revenge of the Sith trailer opens by referring to George Lucas as "Disney's bitter ex-boyfriend".
    • The narrator calls it the best Star Wars prequel by default because "something occasionally happens, even if that something is a lizard chasing a robot on a unicycle."
    • Starring: "The Following Proof That More Does Not Equal Better..." 1-Ham Handed Cameo (Chewbacca), 2 Disposal CGI Armies (Confederate and Clone armies), 2 Cyborgs with Breathing Problems (General Grevious and Darth Vader), 4 Lightsabers at the Same Time (General Grevious with 4 lightsabers), 4 Unnecessary GCI flippy jumps (), 8 Severed Limbs (), About 17 Things R 2 D 2 couldn't do in the original () and Thousands of Highly-trained Jedi Knights going down like toward punks. Seriously, you can get through droids and clones like tissue paper and that's how you go out? That's, that's pathetic, man.... ()

    Die Hard 

Honest Game Trailers

    Kingdom Hearts 
  • Kingdom Hearts (aka Disney Infinity)
    • The narrator trying to explain the Kudzu Plot of the series, before just giving up. Made even funnier by the repeated mispronunciation of "Xehanort."
      Narrator: Journey Across the Disney Universe to track down Kingdom Hearts, and defeat the Evil Ansem who is not the real Ansem, but Xehanort's Heartless, who is also named Ansem. The real Ansem is named DiZ, but his Apprentice, Xehenort, stole his identity after Master Xehenort forced his Heart into the body of Terra. Who's Terra, you ask? Terra, along with Aqua and Ven, were originally tasked by Master Eraqus to defeat Master Xehenort. The real Ansem was actually a good guy. Once you beat Ansem, who was Xehanort's Heartless, you have to fight Xemnas: Xehenort's Nobody. A Nobody is a being created when someone turns into a Heartless, they don't have feelings, except when they actually do. They want Hearts, so Xehanort, who is actually Terra-Xehanort, went back in time to find several copies of Xehanort. (Beat) Also, Donald Duck is in it! [Ta-da!]
    • "Your journey begins with Sora, a ten year old boy with enough zippers and belts to start his own bondage convention. Follow along on his quest to master the Keyblade, a weapon that looks stupid and impractical, even by Final Fantasy Standards."
      • "With only six living masters in the world, Sora's got some big shoes to fill, in addition to his actual gigantic shoes."
    • Mocking the way the series keeps having the protagonists introduce themselves as "Sora, Donald, and Goofy," before immediately calling them Dolan and Gooby.
    • Starring: Generic Anime Guys, Ratsune Hiku, Disney Spelled Backwards (Yen Sid), American Pikachu (King Mickey), SSJ Trunks (Blond-Haired Sora), Boys In Da Hood (Black Coats), MC Hammer Pants (Aladdin), Aflac (Donald), Disney's Wolverine (Beast), Evil Adele (Ursula), GLaDOS (Master Control Program), a dog (Pluto) and... also a dog? (Goofy)
    • The Stinger, after the Narrator thinks that Sephiroth's voice in the first game sounds familliar
      Narrator: Huh... Where have I heard that voice before... (plays clip of Lance Bass giving an interview) No way!
    The Sims 
  • The Stinger:
    Narrator: 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.
    Resident Evil 
  • The use of the corridor scene at the end:
    Narrator: [singing] How much is that doggie in the win— [Cerberus jumps through the window] —AAAAAUGHH!
    Five Nights at Freddy's 2 
    Five Nights at Freddy's 3 
  • The narrator passes the whole episode being jaded and pissed off. It even starts on the comments screen.
    "Okay, but this is the last time!"
  • The narrator presenting the game this way:
    "Take everything you know about Five Nights at Freddy's and... don't forget any of it, because this is pretty much the same as the last two: with fewer enemies, fewer rooms and... uh... (in a cynical and dramatic way) a 3 at the end!"
  • He then presents the plot of the game as greedy idiots who "gathered the same old junk in a new location" to make money of "dumb kids who still care about the lore", then takes a moment to appreciate how meta the plot actually is.
  • The narrator considers debating about the quality of the game on YouTube comment section as more interesting than the game itself, making it the gaming equivalent of the striped dress photo...
    "... that is clearly black and blue AND THIS GAME CLEARLY SUCKS! OKAY?!"
  • The way he describes the core gameplay of the game:
    "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 then describes the many ways to discover parts of the lore by clicking on walls and camera screens or exploiting glitches of minigames as "a brilliant attempt to conceal how vague and undeveloped the story really is."
    "Sorry, Game Theory."
  • After another Take That! to Markiplier (calling him "the franchise's own Jesus"), the narrator gives an enumeration to the countless Plot Holes the game has and talks faster and faster before breaking down.
  • He forgoes the usual "Starring" gag to list gibberish names of YouTube Let's Play channels that made a living off fake overreactions to the game's jump scares.
    Narrator: "Starring: PewDiePie, Squeezie, Smike, Markiplier, Yamimash, and Smosh Games. Yeah that's right, you know we do it too!"
  • The narrator calling it "Five Nights Too Many".
     Mario Party 10 
  • 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.
    Mortal Kombat X 
  • "...Or bring out the paint roller if you really want to see them hatin'!"
    ♫ They see me rollin', they hatin' ♫
    Watch Dogs 
    Batman: Arkham Knight 
    Five Nights at Freddy's 4 
    Assasin's Creed Unity