Friday Funday CLXXVI

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Friday Funday brings you some fun and interesting links from my travels around the internet. Funday links will open in a new window.

Sorry it’s late, this past week has been very abnormal, as I’m sure you can imagine.

The Key to Reserva []

What happens when Martin Scorsese tries to direct a Hitchcock film? This. And it’s awesome. Of course, it’s not really real. The whole thing is a mockumentary, but that doesn’t make it any less awesome.

I like Big Business []

Some dumb kid gets on the Wal-Mart paging system and start singing Sir Mix-A-Lot. Its stupid and hardly worth watching, but the last two lines are pure comedy gold.

A quoi ca sert l’amour []

An animated video that asks the question, “what’s love for?”

Good Things Should Never End []

This should keep you occupied for a while…

1000 Frames of Hitchcock []

1000 Frames of Hitchcock is an attempt to reduce each of the 52 available major Hitchcock films down to just 1000 frames. We started with Hitchcock and ended with him as well. I think he would have liked it that way.

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  1. The Key to Reserva: Bloody fantastic!

    I like Big Butts: Meh.

    What’s love for?: I still don’t know.

    Neverending: Does nae load in my Firefox. 🙁

    1000 Frames: That’s a lot of frames. What is that, one every 4 or 5 seconds of film or something? Way more then absolutely necessary. I mean, if it can be re-enacted by bunnies in 30 seconds, you can probably get by with a lot fewer frames.

    The winner of this Friday Funday: The Key to Reserva. (^_^)

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