not me. I have enough teenagers in my own house without voluntarily subjecting myself to someone else's.
Not bad, but I prefer this one
I got through about 45 seconds before I realized we aren't making fun of the teenagers.
A bunch of teenagers getting butt hurt over stupid shit. It's like Twitter except with a Dave Coulier voice over.
Ok fine I'll watch. Brb.
I cannot watch. They know everything, especially that which they refuse to look up. I expect one day, I'll physically attack one of them. And enjoy it.
Ok I gave up when the kids were interviewed, I don't care sorry. Thoughts:
The trailers are pretty hilarious themselvesBut the 30-second Bunny Theater movie synopses are funnier.The dudes were pretty funny.
I agree completely with the teens and the Avengers trailer because holy shit I was so blinded by nerd joy I didn't pay attention to any of the problems with the movie. At least it wasn't a creepy doll video day.
Only thing worse than dolls and mimes are teenagers. Thank you, Riven!
This is not as funny as I wanted it to be. Teen focus groups do not impress me; they do not work for their disposable income.
I admit it, I love honest trailers. I'd already seen all of these trailers. But the teen interviews go on a bit long. Just go to YouTube and watch the honest trailers.
VIP, loved the clip.
Riven, does it count if you've watched Battle Royale? I loved it and Hunger Games, but it's a lot easier to get a copy of The Hunger Games than an English version of Battle Royale.
@Gayeld whoops that totally insults everyone who read or watched HG but not BR! Sorry that snark was meant for the trailer people not the viewers. They should have included "or it's predecessor BR."
But yes, the movie totally counts and huge kudos to you for watching it!
These "Teenagers react to…" videos are pretty lame. I saw one in which all the teens reacted to a 1990s "how to use the Internet" video. They came off mostly as obnoxious. At one point the video explained about e-mail and one teen shouted mockingly, "E-MAIL! OOH, I'VE NEVER HEARD OF THAT!" Like…that's the entire point of the video, dumb-ass. People *hadn't* heard of that back then.
The movies was impossible to find and then suddenly popped up on Netflix. The really hard part was finding time to watch it without a kid popping up just as someone was being impaled.
***News flash*** teenagers are snarky and think they know it all, film at 11.
There are many things worse than teenagers, those same kids in their 20s, for one. Nothing is more joyous than being the parent of a couple of 20 something's. Joy, I tell ya. Complete joy.