This is probably the best bad lip reading that has ever been done, and catchy tune as well!
A new Star Wars Bad Lip Reading video turns The Empire Strikes Back into a delightfully weird song about seagulls. Check it out!
Bad Lip Reading has created “SEAGULLS! (Stop It Now),” a hilarious extended Star Wars lyric video for Yoda‘s short song featured in their Empire Strikes Back parody. The song is available to purchase on iTunes and Amazon. Yoda is not fond of seagulls. Related Laughing Squid PostsNot the Future, Bad Lip Reading’s Extended Star Wars […]
Bad Lip Reading is at it again, and their latest masterpiece is a take on a scene from The Empire Strikes Back. I don't remember what was said in the original movie scene between Luke and Yoda, but in this version we get a great song about this one time Yoda went to the beach and a seagull kept trying to peck his head. Show More Summary
Who knew that Yoda, Star Wars’ true master of The Force, would be so damn scared of “rats with wings”? Alas, that’s what we discover in Bad Lip Reading’s full-length Star Wars track, “SEAGULLS! (Stop It Now).” Read more...
The Bad Lip Reading team has done it again, this time taking scenes between Yoda and Luke Skywalker from "Empire Strikes Back" and re-editing them into a funny little tune. Instead of Yoda teaching Luke the ways of the Force and telling...Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oOmyuweolqY The Auralnauts' wildly successful Star Wars remixes have gone from strength to strength, combining bad lip reading, South Park-ish raunchy humor, and massive dance-parties accompanied by some seriously rockin' tunes. (more…)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U9t-slLl30E Yoda's never been so funky as he is in this amazing 4-minute music video for "SEAGULLS! (Stop It Now)," a masterpiece from the Bad Lip Reading project, whose virtuosity is so great that "lip reading" a puppet doesn't even seem like a cheat. ( via Waxy)
Luke Skywalker is having a bad day, but Master Yoda knows the only cure is a terrifically weird song.
This new video, Yoda hates seagulls in. The Jedi Master expresses his severe dislike for the birds in this gloriously bonkers “Bad Lip Reading“ of “Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back.” “Everyone told me not to stroll on that...Show More Summary
Yoda is not fond of seagulls. [Bad Lip Reading] The post Yoda Loves to Groove and Boogie – A Bad Lip Reading of The Empire Strikes Back [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
A year ago, the folks at Bad Lip Reading did a musical version of The Empire Strikes Back. It featured about twenty seconds of Yoda singing a nonsense song. Now they've expanded that short sequence into a full-length song, and its just as silly. Or even more so. (YouTube link) The chorus is rather catchy, though. This could be an earworm. I hope not! -via Tastefully Offensive
“Run Run Run Jump. I can be a backpack while you run!” Bad Lip Reading follows up on it’s nonsensical, but catchy Bushes of Love and Not the Future with another song from the Star Wars universe, as Yoda teaches Luke Skywalker how to control The Force on Dagobah.
Our friends at Bad Lip Reading and the New York Times are in conversation today. Sure, they’re talking about the election, but what we’re interested in is the poetry angle! Where did you find the inspiration for some of the nonsense sentences and noises for the debates? As with most of my videos, the inspiration […]
The creator of the popular, funny YouTube videos discussed the presidential race, his sources of inspiration and life after Election Day.
Says the creator of Bad Lip Reading to the NYT. The more serious a person’s public persona, the better the results are when putting nonsense in their mouths. At least that’s how I feel from a creative standpoint.The BLR guy (who doesn't...Show More Summary
Five Years Ago This week in 2011, we saw several examples of companies attacking consumers and/or making their products worse/harder to access. Universal Music started going after the Bad Lip Reading parodies on YouTube, Sony Ericsson...Show More Summary
Transforming a presidential debate into a poetry slam is as easy as swapping out the audio track, sitting back and watching as the candidates kick out the jams.
Bad Lip Reading has been doing their hilarious best this election to find ways to put words in the candidates mouths that are somehow even more absurd than the original versions—a task so hard, they've decided to go with a spoken-word poetry slam remastering of the second debate. Show More Summary