It's actually way more entertaining that 'Mockingjay.'
There aren't many things that would get me to stop watching the new Force Awakens trailer over and over again, but a new Bad Lip-Reading is one of them. This time they bring Katniss' complete insanity and the cast's penchant for breaking into song to the forefront, and it's as hilariously ridiculous as usual. Read more...
Crystal Davis is perhaps the Hunger Games biggest fan! The 27-year-old from Pennsylvania went through 24-hours of inking to have the main characters’ life-sized faces tattooed on her legs. The… READ ON
As you head to your local Walmart today for America's annual reenactment of The Hunger Games, here's a reminder that sucker-punching someone to get the last $50 tablet might not be the wisest course of action. For several reasons. Read more...
Another Bad Lip Reading never fails to make the movies or TV shows ten times better. In this case, Hunger Games: Catching Fire got a whole lot funnier. Only posted yesterday, the “More Hunger Games” bad lip reading has already gained over 1.5 million views. Katniss, Gale, Peeta, and Haymitch are on fire. No pun […]
Bad Lip Reading takes on The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and turns into a series of hilarious and nonsensical sequences about walrus meat, singing while crying, Katniss and Peeta’s band the Obsidiots and more.
Bad Lip Reading (previously) has created a parody video where they replace the voices of characters in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire (previously) with nonsense dialog that appears to sync with the characters’ mouths. One scene of the parody has the characters of Katniss, Peeta, and Haymitch discussing a name for their band, and they settle on “The Obsidiots.” Bad […]
“I know you stole my yellow fanny pack”
You know it. I know it. Katniss knows it. Her dude choices are pretty weaksauce. In this bad lip reading of the second Hunger Games film, they get called out - and there's somer weird singing, among other things. Just watch it. It'll make your life better.
It's Black Friday, which means at this very moment hundreds of thousands of shoppers are cramming themselves into malls across this great nation for the annual Walmart Hunger Games, where one person walks away with an HDTV and everyone loses. Read more...
Live from District 11 comes Katniss and Peeta's band Obsidiots playing their new song "Choo-Choo Go". Listen to the absurd, catchy track AFTER THE JUMP... And be sure to check out previous bad lip readings of American Idol, the NFL,...
On Friday, retail’s version of The Hunger Games will commence. That’s when the holiday hordes descend on stores and websites around the country, trying to claw the very best deals on gifts for their loved ones (and themselves). You can not only survive the weekend, but you can thrive, knowing you got the best value for your shopping dollars. Show More Summary
Fans will flock to see ‘Mockingjay’ this Thanksgiving weekend. And they’ll all leave grumbling about how these two male romantic leads are such turkeys.
Cynics are scoffing at President Obama’s big pre-Thanksgiving executive action: his pardon of Cheese, a turkey.
YouTube Link The more dramatic and serious the movie is, the funnier these bad lip reading videos are. I don't know how they come up with some of this stuff, but it never fails to make me laugh. I hope you enjoy it as well. And, on an unrelated note, happy Thanksgiving, readers! (I'm sure I could work that into the bad lip reading somewhere.)
"The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1," the Lionsgate sequel expected to win the Thanksgiving weekend box office race, began its holiday feast early by earning a studio-estimated $14.5 million on Wednesday, raising its cumulative U.S. and Canadian gross to an estimated $157.6...
Bad Lip Reading, the YouTube channel that creates videos featuring hilarious dubbing that replaces original dialogue, is helping us all celebrate Thanksgiving. On Thursday, the channel released a new episode, above, that parodies 2013's The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. Show More Summary
The Tweeks are definitely Hunger Games fangirls, but how did the first half of the final book in the trilogy stand up in cinematic form? This week the girls weight in on Francis Lawrence’s job of hobbiting (breaking a literary property into unneeded multiple movies) Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1.
Box office figures have been down this year to such an extent that even the hits are considered a disappointment. "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1," which scored the year's biggest opening at $121.8 million, made 23 percent less...Show More Summary