The Wrestler Parodie mit Alyssa Milano und Uncle Sam


(FunnyOrDie Direktwrestler, via BoingBoing)

Hier eine Parodie des ganz hervorragenden Films „The Wrestler“ mit Alyssa Milano und einem Uncle Sam, der hier nicht gegen Herzprobleme und das Alter, sondern die Wirtschaftskrise kämpft. Fantastisch!

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  1. Claas

    Hehehe – topp.
    Und noch ein bisschen toller, wenn man den Film bereits kennt.
    Wie Rene sagt – ganz hervorragend, ganz großes Kino!

  2. Irreversibel

    Wirklich gelungene Adaption.

  3. fennek

    Da das ziemlich genau am offiziellen Trailer zum Wrestler langgeht, sollte man sich den vielleicht vorher ansehen:

  4. Batzman

    Gut gemacht und checkt schon die Key-Moments des Originals… wirkt allerdings weniger wie eine Parodie, sondern wie ein Propaganda-Durchhaltevideo für die amerikanische Volksseele…

  5. Kiran

    Sgatmal Fünf Filmfreunde! Lest Ihr eigentlich auch E-Mails die Ihr bekommt oder wandern die gleich in die Tonne ?:D

    Ich hab Euch schon 6 E-Mails geschrieben und bisher keine Rückantwort erhalten. Aus diesem Grund schreibe ich jetzt einfach mal hier was hin:

    Es gibt 3 neue WATCHMEN Clips bei Joblo. Erstmal ganze Szenen aus dem Film. Relativ Interessant würde ich sagen.

    Ausserdem einige Fans gerade einen ziemlich aufwendigen Herr der Ringe Fanfilm gedreht- “The hunt for gollum” auf
    Dieser wird kostenlos online zu sehen sein.

    Vielleicht wollt Ihr davon mal was posten :)

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