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2013-07-26 06:15:46 PM  
Parody is often late. Police Squad was a parody of the endless Quinn Martin cop shows churned out that were by and large off the air by the time Police Squad was in production. Airplane parodied disaster films of the previous decade. Todays parodies are of films that have been in the used DVD bins for at least a few years.
 
2013-07-26 06:29:06 PM  

gaslight: Parody is often late. Police Squad was a parody of the endless Quinn Martin cop shows churned out that were by and large off the air by the time Police Squad was in production. Airplane parodied disaster films of the previous decade. Todays parodies are of films that have been in the used DVD bins for at least a few years.


There's a huge difference though. While those parodies were later, they were still parodies of well known movies and genres.

This crap is parodies of pop culture references that either no one knows or no one cares about anymore.

I wouldn't be surprised if they have a Kanye West lookalike who comes out with a swaddle saying "I've got my kid North West!" and it's a giant compass. That's the kind of shiat that parodies have sunk to.
 
2013-07-26 07:37:53 PM  
Isn't there a second Hunger Games movie coming out soon, or did I just imagine that?

Still, if this is by the same people who did Date Movie, Epic Movie, et. al., fark it, those were awful parodies to begin with.

The Naked Gun, Hot Shots, even Austin Powers, those were quality.
 
2013-07-26 07:51:34 PM  
Not sure if porn
 
2013-07-26 08:01:14 PM  

scottydoesntknow: There's a huge difference though. While those parodies were later, they were still parodies of well known movies and genres.


And the jokes had more to them than, "Hey, remember that scene from that movie?"
 
2013-07-26 08:05:48 PM  
These parodies are meant to be B rate entertainment at best, You watch them, get a couple laughs, and forget about them as soon as they're over. If you don't like that type of movie, then don't watch them, it's not rocket science people.
 
2013-07-26 08:12:59 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: The Naked Gun, Hot Shots, even Austin Powers, those were quality


Well, kind of.

"Austin Powers" had a lot of similar beats to the "Wayne's World" movies. The second and third "Austin Powers" flicks were essentially just rehashes of the jokes from the first flick.
 
2013-07-26 08:20:00 PM  

GreenAdder: TuteTibiImperes: The Naked Gun, Hot Shots, even Austin Powers, those were quality

Well, kind of.

"Austin Powers" had a lot of similar beats to the "Wayne's World" movies. The second and third "Austin Powers" flicks were essentially just rehashes of the jokes from the first flick.


I'll give you that, the sequels weren't great.  I think the first deserves a lot of credit as one of the best spy genre spoofs ever made though.  Then again, maybe I need to watch Spies Like Us again.

Would you consider Scream to be a Horror flick spoof?  It certainly lampooned the genre quite a bit.  Maybe Galaxy Quest as a sci-fi parody.
 
2013-07-26 08:44:52 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: Still, if this is by the same people who did Date Movie, Epic Movie, et. al., fark it, those were awful parodies to begin with.


I'd say most parody movies are pretty awful. I think it's a prerequisite. Doesn't mean some people don't like watching a terrible movie filled with cheap humor from time to time.

I will probably enjoy this with a bit of guilt and a lot of eye rolling, just as I do all the others.
 
2013-07-26 09:01:23 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: GreenAdder: TuteTibiImperes: The Naked Gun, Hot Shots, even Austin Powers, those were quality

Well, kind of.

"Austin Powers" had a lot of similar beats to the "Wayne's World" movies. The second and third "Austin Powers" flicks were essentially just rehashes of the jokes from the first flick.

I'll give you that, the sequels weren't great.  I think the first deserves a lot of credit as one of the best spy genre spoofs ever made though.  Then again, maybe I need to watch Spies Like Us again.

Would you consider Scream to be a Horror flick spoof?  It certainly lampooned the genre quite a bit.  Maybe Galaxy Quest as a sci-fi parody.



Scream was a satire of 80s and 90s horror movies, by Wes Craven's own admission. That's why people were baffled when the first Scary Movie came out.
 
2013-07-26 09:03:39 PM  
Not Another Teen movie is simply my most favorite parody of all time. It's far more hilarious than people give it credit for. Bonus: lead actor in that is now Captain America.
 
2013-07-26 09:09:13 PM  

ReapTheChaos: These parodies are meant to be B rate entertainment at best, You watch them, get a couple laughs, and forget about them as soon as they're over. If you don't like that type of movie, then don't watch them, it's not rocket science people.


100%.  If you actually spent any time complaining about the you lose. Watch, maybe get a laugh or two and never think f them again. Seth McFarlane has made a fortune on that model.
 
2013-07-26 09:28:01 PM  
Sounds hilaaaaaaaaaaarious.
 
2013-07-26 09:30:43 PM  
Or you can read Mad magazine for better jokes. Sorry, parody films peaked with Airplane
 
2013-07-26 09:32:19 PM  
Scream may be satirical but it's an actual movie AND an actual horror movie (you can debate how scary it is.)

These douches couldn't make a real movie if their worthless lives depended on it. Their movies are down there right next to cinematic works of the Slap Chop guy. Dammit, Deidrich Bader deserves better than this junk.

/oh look they're going to make fun of PSY, how relevant
//they're bad and they should feel bad
///slashieslashslash
 
2013-07-26 09:34:45 PM  

Old Man Winter: ReapTheChaos: These parodies are meant to be B rate entertainment at best, You watch them, get a couple laughs, and forget about them as soon as they're over. If you don't like that type of movie, then don't watch them, it's not rocket science people.

100%.  If you actually spent any time complaining about the you lose. Watch, maybe get a laugh or two and never think f them again. Seth McFarlane has made a fortune on that model.


if the movie is 90 minutes long and maybe 2 laughs is the best you can hope for, don't bother.

Seriously, stop throwing away hours of your life. You're worth more than that, you know you are.
 
2013-07-26 09:35:42 PM  

The Banana Thug: Not Another Teen movie is simply my most favorite parody of all time. It's far more hilarious than people give it credit for. Bonus: lead actor in that is now Captain America.


Agreed. That was parody done right.
 
2013-07-26 09:53:05 PM  

Mugato: scottydoesntknow: There's a huge difference though. While those parodies were later, they were still parodies of well known movies and genres.

And the jokes had more to them than, "Hey, remember that scene from that movie?"


DOn't forget them also nudging you, raising their eyebrows and saying "eh? Eh?"
 
2013-07-26 10:04:41 PM  
The thing that nudges Scream from genuine but referential slasher movie to genre parody is the ending, where it is revealed that they killed all their friends because your mom is a slut.

Oh, spoiler.
 
2013-07-26 10:05:10 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: GreenAdder: TuteTibiImperes: The Naked Gun, Hot Shots, even Austin Powers, those were quality

Well, kind of.

"Austin Powers" had a lot of similar beats to the "Wayne's World" movies. The second and third "Austin Powers" flicks were essentially just rehashes of the jokes from the first flick.

I'll give you that, the sequels weren't great.  I think the first deserves a lot of credit as one of the best spy genre spoofs ever made though.  Then again, maybe I need to watch Spies Like Us again.

Would you consider Scream to be a Horror flick spoof?  It certainly lampooned the genre quite a bit.  Maybe Galaxy Quest as a sci-fi parody.


For a spy spoof, _What's Up Tiger Lily_ is hard to beat. It's a mess, but a lot of fun.
 
2013-07-26 10:05:36 PM  

EnviroDude: Or you can read Mad magazine for better jokes. Sorry, parody films peaked with Airplane Top Secret

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You're welcome.
 
2013-07-26 10:06:03 PM  
Two nights ago TCM ran a tribute to Mel Brooks.

The people who make garbage like "Epic Movie" and "Scary Movie 5" are not fit to wipe Mr. Brooks' ass.

/let's just not talk about that Dracula movie he did, okay?
 
2013-07-26 10:08:33 PM  
I kind of liked the first Scary Movie and Not Another Teen Movie, but I haven't seen a semi-decent one since those two came out.  I haven't seen all that's out there mind you, but I tried to watch some of them and they were mostly pretty bad.  I would never see them in the theater or anything, but I'll probably watch this one when it's on Netflix or something because I like The Hunger Games.
 
2013-07-26 10:09:20 PM  
Man, I forget which Leslie Nelson movie it was, but he came to a locked door of a house. He picked up a fake giant key, opened it to find a rock, and busted the window to get in.

To this day I still find that hilarious.

The various comedyspoofs of the time had levels to them, and while they were a framework that were mocking things, there was a lot more going on. Like the body condoms in Naked Gun, or the inflatable co-pilot in Airplane that looked like the stewardess was going down on it.

Most of these movies were also played straight faced, and some of the humor was in the background, and the jokes were rapid fire. Now, comedies put all the jokes front and center, with a spotlight on them, going "That's the joke! Wasn't that hilarious?"

The only thing I can think of that's sort of approaching the spirit of that is Hot Fuzz/Shaun of the Dead, although I didn't find those nearly as funny.
 
2013-07-26 10:13:34 PM  
I wouldn't even call it parodies anymore. Parody hints that some kind of humor is involved, these are just random pop culture references. I guarantee that in the next one someone who looks like Amanda Bynes will pop up with a wig on and an over the top black woman will say "She crazy! umm hmm!"
 
2013-07-26 10:21:50 PM  

Mugato: scottydoesntknow: There's a huge difference though. While those parodies were later, they were still parodies of well known movies and genres.

And the jokes had more to them than, "Hey, remember that scene from that movie?"


Glass half full. A few years ago, 20th Century Fox was regularly shelling out $20 million for Friedberg and Setlzer's annual "and here is something else you're familar with" tomes. I mean, goddammitsomuch, 2008 alone saw both Meet the Spartans and Disaster Movie, released within months of each other. Now here we are, five years later. These two asswipes can only manage to secure funding when they are targeting a pop cultural phenomena so immense that an alleged "spoof movie" is a can't miss. And even then, with all of Peter Saffran's bunghole-licking, they have to turn to...Ketchup Entertainment? What the fark is Ketchup Entertainment?!?
 
2013-07-26 10:29:44 PM  
All movies need a compelling storyline, even in the parody genre when you know how it's going to end.  That's the main thing that separates the good from the bad.  Sketches usually grow old after about 30 minutes.
 
2013-07-26 10:32:30 PM  

Fano: Mugato: scottydoesntknow: There's a huge difference though. While those parodies were later, they were still parodies of well known movies and genres.

And the jokes had more to them than, "Hey, remember that scene from that movie?"

DOn't forget them also nudging you, raising their eyebrows and saying "eh? Eh?"


Or when that 3rd tier Mad TV reject appeared dressed up sortakinda like that celebrity that a lot of us have heard about, and one of the extras jumps into frame to annouce "Hey, look! It's that celebrity a lot of us have heard about" and then said celebrity that a lot of us have heard about pulls out a laptop and uses an app that likewise we all have heard about? Don't tell me you didn't laugh your mother-lovin' ass off when they did that. I mean, c'mon, Amy Winehouse is showing us her Facebook page!!! Just burn all copies of Airplane already because they're no way that old school shiat can compete.
 
2013-07-26 10:53:59 PM  
Some parody is better than others. Capt. Obvious vs Ric Romero.

upload.wikimedia.org
You'll laugh til you fart.


www.dvdsreleasedates.com
IMHO, This was kinda funny.
 
2013-07-26 11:12:44 PM  

Lackofname: The only thing I can think of that's sort of approaching the spirit of that is Hot Fuzz/Shaun of the Dead, although I didn't find those nearly as funny.


Oh I forgot about those.  Those are good, Shaun of the Dead in particular.  I guess I see those more as comedies than as spoofs, but I suppose they are kind of spoofs, just not as stupid as most of the ones made these days.  It's that there are "serious" elements that set them apart.
 
2013-07-26 11:39:18 PM  
I've never been a fan of the "string together spoofed scenes from somewhat recent movies" style of parody.  Usually there's a funny bit or three in there, but I feel like I have to sit through a bunch of terrible SNL skits before I laugh.  It's all right there in the title.  They can't call it anything clever, because then nobody will know that it's just a bunch of shiatty spoof scenes.  So Hunger Games becomes to Starving Games and I go watch Young Frankenstein instead.
 
2013-07-27 12:33:33 AM  
I'm drunk, so I'll ask this here...

Is it me or has there not been an all-time great comedy for a while?  Sure, some movies made me laugh in parts.  The Hangover, for instance.  Borat.  But there hasn't been a quotable, amazingly awesome comedy ala Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes, Vacation, Spaceballs,or Anchorman in a long, LONG time.

Did the genre die?  Or did I just get old?  Because it could go either way ...
 
2013-07-27 12:43:05 AM  

IntertubeUser: I'm drunk, so I'll ask this here...

Is it me or has there not been an all-time great comedy for a while?  Sure, some movies made me laugh in parts.  The Hangover, for instance.  Borat.  But there hasn't been a quotable, amazingly awesome comedy ala Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes, Vacation, Spaceballs,or Anchorman in a long, LONG time.

Did the genre die?  Or did I just get old?  Because it could go either way ...


21 Jump Street is criminally underrated and incredibly funny.
 
2013-07-27 12:49:34 AM  

IntertubeUser: I'm drunk, so I'll ask this here...

Is it me or has there not been an all-time great comedy for a while?  Sure, some movies made me laugh in parts.  The Hangover, for instance.  Borat.  But there hasn't been a quotable, amazingly awesome comedy ala Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes, Vacation, Spaceballs,or Anchorman in a long, LONG time.

Did the genre die?  Or did I just get old?  Because it could go either way ...


Wicker Man. Best comedy of the decade.

More seriously, Office Space or Idiocracy.
 
2013-07-27 12:56:49 AM  
The problem is most definitely that they try to make jokes about specific scenes in movies or pop culture events, where if you haven't seen what they're talking about, it just doesn't come across as funny. Compare that to something like Airplane with puns, wordplay, visual gags and just rapidfire comedy, not to mention how good they were at the delivery, and it can't even come close. Airplane is funny even if you've never seen any of the movies that it's referencing, and THAT is what makes it good.
 
2013-07-27 12:59:09 AM  
Fano:
More seriously, Office Space or Idiocracy.

Office Space
is pretty good ... great even.  But Idiocracy is more than 7 years old and, at least in my opinion, not quite up to the levels of the films that I mentioned.
 
2013-07-27 01:04:05 AM  

IntertubeUser: Fano:
More seriously, Office Space or Idiocracy.

Office Space is pretty good ... great even.  But Idiocracy is more than 7 years old and, at least in my opinion, not quite up to the levels of the films that I mentioned.


Tropic TThunder, maybe then. 70s and 80ss had some great comedies though. And endlessly quotable. Is there an equal today to Blues Brothers or The Jerk? NNay.
 
2013-07-27 01:22:11 AM  

Old Man Winter: ReapTheChaos: These parodies are meant to be B rate entertainment at best, You watch them, get a couple laughs, and forget about them as soon as they're over. If you don't like that type of movie, then don't watch them, it's not rocket science people.

100%.  If you actually spent any time complaining about the you lose. Watch, maybe get a laugh or two and never think f them again. Seth McFarlane has made a fortune on that model.


I'm sorry, but any parody with out Leslie Nelson makes me hate humanity. Same with Tylor Perry movies, can't help it.
 
2013-07-27 01:25:26 AM  

Old Man Winter: ReapTheChaos: These parodies are meant to be B rate entertainment at best, You watch them, get a couple laughs, and forget about them as soon as they're over. If you don't like that type of movie, then don't watch them, it's not rocket science people.

100%.  If you actually spent any time complaining about the you lose. Watch, maybe get a laugh or two and never think f them again. Seth McFarlane has made a fortune on that model.


I'm sorry, but any parody with out Leslie Nelson or Mel Brooks that isn't Not Another Teen Movie makes me hate humanity. Same with Tylor Perry movies, can't help it.
 
2013-07-27 01:28:47 AM  

FoxKelfonne: The problem is most definitely that they try to make jokes about specific scenes in movies or pop culture events, where if you haven't seen what they're talking about, it just doesn't come across as funny. Compare that to something like Airplane with puns, wordplay, visual gags and just rapidfire comedy, not to mention how good they were at the delivery, and it can't even come close. Airplane is funny even if you've never seen any of the movies that it's referencing, and THAT is what makes it good.


Another thing that makes the Airplane/Naked Gun/Hot Shots types of parodies is that the actors played them straight.  Leslie Neilsen could delivery the most ridiculous lines with total seriousness and was just a master of selling the acting job.  The Lesser Wayans are nowhere near talented enough to pull that off.
 
2013-07-27 02:01:45 AM  

Mentat: FoxKelfonne: The problem is most definitely that they try to make jokes about specific scenes in movies or pop culture events, where if you haven't seen what they're talking about, it just doesn't come across as funny. Compare that to something like Airplane with puns, wordplay, visual gags and just rapidfire comedy, not to mention how good they were at the delivery, and it can't even come close. Airplane is funny even if you've never seen any of the movies that it's referencing, and THAT is what makes it good.

Another thing that makes the Airplane/Naked Gun/Hot Shots types of parodies is that the actors played them straight.  Leslie Neilsen could delivery the most ridiculous lines with total seriousness and was just a master of selling the acting job.  The Lesser Wayans are nowhere near talented enough to pull that off.


Not only that but they and other directors can't keep the tone even from scene to scene.  You can't have a character playing it straight one moment then lapsing into screwball comedy the next.  The truly great parodies were written with an entire film in mind, today it's just about what's relevant to the scene and whatever pop culture reference is being shoehorned into it.
 
2013-07-27 02:05:10 AM  

Flappyhead: Mentat: FoxKelfonne: The problem is most definitely that they try to make jokes about specific scenes in movies or pop culture events, where if you haven't seen what they're talking about, it just doesn't come across as funny. Compare that to something like Airplane with puns, wordplay, visual gags and just rapidfire comedy, not to mention how good they were at the delivery, and it can't even come close. Airplane is funny even if you've never seen any of the movies that it's referencing, and THAT is what makes it good.

Another thing that makes the Airplane/Naked Gun/Hot Shots types of parodies is that the actors played them straight.  Leslie Neilsen could delivery the most ridiculous lines with total seriousness and was just a master of selling the acting job.  The Lesser Wayans are nowhere near talented enough to pull that off.

Not only that but they and other directors can't keep the tone even from scene to scene.  You can't have a character playing it straight one moment then lapsing into screwball comedy the next.  The truly great parodies were written with an entire film in mind, today it's just about what's relevant to the scene and whatever pop culture reference is being shoehorned into it.


So essentially they've become Robot Chicken movies. Great. Even Amazon Women on the Moon and The Kentucky Fried movie knew how to do it right. Hell, UHF was just a bunch of strung together Weird Al skits, and it was AWESOME, due to sticking with the premise of "weird guy gets his hands on a tv station, has weirdos put on goofy shows."
 
2013-07-27 02:30:41 AM  

Fano: Flappyhead: Mentat: FoxKelfonne: The problem is most definitely that they try to make jokes about specific scenes in movies or pop culture events, where if you haven't seen what they're talking about, it just doesn't come across as funny. Compare that to something like Airplane with puns, wordplay, visual gags and just rapidfire comedy, not to mention how good they were at the delivery, and it can't even come close. Airplane is funny even if you've never seen any of the movies that it's referencing, and THAT is what makes it good.

Another thing that makes the Airplane/Naked Gun/Hot Shots types of parodies is that the actors played them straight.  Leslie Neilsen could delivery the most ridiculous lines with total seriousness and was just a master of selling the acting job.  The Lesser Wayans are nowhere near talented enough to pull that off.

Not only that but they and other directors can't keep the tone even from scene to scene.  You can't have a character playing it straight one moment then lapsing into screwball comedy the next.  The truly great parodies were written with an entire film in mind, today it's just about what's relevant to the scene and whatever pop culture reference is being shoehorned into it.

So essentially they've become Robot Chicken movies. Great. Even Amazon Women on the Moon and The Kentucky Fried movie knew how to do it right. Hell, UHF was just a bunch of strung together Weird Al skits, and it was AWESOME, due to sticking with the premise of "weird guy gets his hands on a tv station, has weirdos put on goofy shows."


That's the thing about Robot Chicken, they don't overstay their welcome. Most of their skits are over in a couple of minutes, tops.
 
2013-07-27 03:05:37 AM  

Mentat: FoxKelfonne: The problem is most definitely that they try to make jokes about specific scenes in movies or pop culture events, where if you haven't seen what they're talking about, it just doesn't come across as funny. Compare that to something like Airplane with puns, wordplay, visual gags and just rapidfire comedy, not to mention how good they were at the delivery, and it can't even come close. Airplane is funny even if you've never seen any of the movies that it's referencing, and THAT is what makes it good.

Another thing that makes the Airplane/Naked Gun/Hot Shots types of parodies is that the actors played them straight.  Leslie Neilsen could delivery the most ridiculous lines with total seriousness and was just a master of selling the acting job.  The Lesser Wayans are nowhere near talented enough to pull that off.


I think that's one of the things that make them work.  Watching Robert Stack and Lloyd Bridges do Airplane! totally straight-faced is hilarious.  Watching Mad TV's b-team or the latest "skank with a porn tape" mugging their way through HEY, REMEMBER IRON MAN?  HOW ABOUT THAT FAMOUS SCENE IN IRON MAN 2, EXCEPT THIS TIME, HE CAN'T STOP FARTING IN HIS SUIT!  LOOK HOW HIGH-LARIOUS WE ARE bits is farking awful.
 
2013-07-27 03:26:11 AM  

baufan2005: I wouldn't even call it parodies anymore. Parody hints that some kind of humor is involved, these are just random pop culture references. I guarantee that in the next one someone who looks like Amanda Bynes will pop up with a wig on and an over the top black woman will say "She crazy! umm hmm!"


And then in the next scene, the cast will do the Gangnam Style dance!! Won't that be HI-LARIOUS???!

/no
//no it won't
 
2013-07-27 03:32:36 AM  

ReapTheChaos: These parodies are meant to be B rate entertainment at best, You watch them, get a couple laughs,


Nope.
 
2013-07-27 03:38:57 AM  

Sgt Otter: Watching Robert Stack and Lloyd Bridges do Airplane! totally straight-faced is hilarious.


When the ZAZ team were putting together Airplane, they deliberately sought out non-comedians for the funniest lines because they knew if the lines were delivered flat and straight by baritone-voiced news broadcasters, it would make them funnier. There is an added dimension of comedy when the joke teller himself isn't in on the joke -- especially the awful puns and wordplay. They approached Peter Graves, and Graves said, "I've never done comedy. I don't think I'd be right for your movie." and they replied, "That's precisely why you'd be perfect for it!" I don't think a pedophile airline captain could be delivered any other way. If he was zany or wacky, he'd just come off creepy. But when he plays it straight, it's almost as if he's oblivious to what he's implying, which makes it unintentionally funnier when the kid doesn't react to him.
 
2013-07-27 04:25:41 AM  
Well, if we're doing pop culture phenomena that are no longer relevant, we need a parody film about parody films. There's just too much work involved weeding out the horrifically shiatty ones to find anything halfway salvageable. And they get dated so damn fast. It's like writing a full-sized movie and tacking it onto the garbage end of an episode of SNL.
 
2013-07-27 04:51:01 AM  
I didn't realize until a few weeks ago that Airplane was a parody of an actual movie.  The film was on TCM and is titled Zero Hour.  Same plot and some of the same dialogue.  It was a little strange hearing " I guess I picked the wrong week to give up smoking. " from someone other than Lloyd Bridges.
 
2013-07-27 05:27:14 AM  
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