Wax on, Fuck off: Karate Kid-Parody with Ralph Macchio

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Grade schon auf Nerdcore gepostet, aber das hier ist zu gut: Ich sage das selten über Zeugs, das von Funny or Die kommt, aber das hier ist brillant: Ralph „Karate Kid“ Macchio in einem Fake-Trailer zu einem Drama über sein Comeback. Für das sucht er verzweifelt nach irgendeinem Badass-Dings, aber er ist einfach ein zu netter Typ ohne Skandale, bis…

In his new movie, Ralph Macchio faces his toughest challenge yet; to become a Hollywood bad boy. With Karate Kid returning to the big screen, his career fading his friends and family are forced to stage an intervention. In order to re-establish himself in the entertainment industry he hits the streets of Los Angeles to show everyone how tough he can be. Coming soon, “Wax On, Fuck Off”

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  1. Jens

    Ach. Er ist einfach soooo nett :)

  2. Carsten

    - “You know, this is fifty dollars, right?”
    – “It’s so worth it.”

    Echt schade, dass das ein Fake Trailer ist, das sieht einfach nur gut aus.

  3. Hell-G

    @ 2 | Carsten:

    Warte mal ab (ich sage nur “Machete”)…hehe

  4. honki

    hach das ende :D

  5. Andi

    Warum sieht Ralph Macchio aus wie Patrick Bach?

  6. Robert

    Warum sieht Ralph Macchio aus wie 1984 (naja fast)?

  7. CineMan

    … do the crane shit :)
    Super (Fake) Trailer !
    Hmmm … vielleicht wird ja wirklich was daraus-
    so wie bereits erwähnt bei Machete.

  8. Batzman

    Ich will die Nachtcreme von Ralph Macchio haben. Unfassbar, dass er fast 50 ist…

  9. CineMan

    die Uschi Glas Hautcreme wirds wohl nicht sein :)

  10. drekhead

    wer weiss, vielleicht wirkt die creme bei DEM karate kid anders. ;)

  11. Hell-G

    ja, vielleicht schmiert er sie sich auf seinen Kranich :-)

  12. East Clintwood

    Zabka aka Johnny Lawrence hat es ja auch durchgezogen…..

  13. East Clintwood

    Ach ja..und er hat eine Hormonschwäche…deshalb das junge Aussehen.
    Kein Gendefekt oder so ein Quatsch.

  14. Tino

    Filmchen kaputt?!

  15. bale

    hab nicht einmal den mundwinkel verzogen.. boring!

  16. Jasper

    Großartig, das waren schöne, lustige und nostalgische Minuten gerade.

  17. Bastian-B-Punkt

    Oskarwürdig. Erinnert mich kurioserweise an den Rhytmus von Rocky I

  18. GunGrave

    … do the crane shit – hilarious funny or what! ;)

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