Greetings. This is Brittani’s Video Party, where I bring some of the “best” videos from all over my internet together so we can clap, cry or deconstruct. Have you ever gotten to a video and it already has 33 million views and you wonder where the heck have you been? Well I’m here to help you so that you see it when it only has 32 million views. Aim low, world. Aim low.
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April Fool’s Day has passed but it didn’t take me long to realize that Google Blue was a prank that I stumbled upon a couple days late. You see, my Gmail recently tried to change to a newer version that I of course turned off immediately and will keep switched off until they force me to change because even though the new version might be better, I would much rather make things harder for myself if that means I don’t have to change. When companies makes videos like these, you would think that the self-awareness they seem to have would keep them from using the same cheesy language when they do release a thing but alas, it does not. This video is still pretty funny though.
The trailer for This Is the End has been everywhere. I love a good dude bro comedy so I can’t wait to see this. The celebrities in this movie are playing themselves (or at least Seth Rogen‘s version of them). Some of the many celebs in the movie are James Franco, Jonah Hill, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson, Mindy Kaling, Kevin Hart, Rihanna, and Michael Cera. If you don’t like those folks, then maybe you’ll take solace that this is an apocalypse film so they’ll probably die on screen. If that doesn’t cheer you up, then skip ahead to the end of the trailer for some quality Emma Watson action.
Azealia Banks has a new video for her song, “No Problems” which is the exact opposite of what you’d think if you ever read her Twitter feed. Banks makes me feel good about myself because no matter how long it will take me to release my mixtape, there’s no way it will feel longer than the wait for her debut album, Broke With Expensive Taste. But I guess it’s different since people are actually waiting for hers. Oh.
The Outs is a Kickstarter funded drama about gay men in New York who, like everyone at B-Camp, have a lot of feelings. This is the full length series finale that followed the series of six shorter episodes. If you’re unfamiliar with the show, the first episode is only twelve minutes and not as much of a commitment as the one below. Plus you’ll want to be able to follow the storyline as things get wrapped up for all characters involved. Alan Cumming cameos.
If you have a video you think everyone should see, tweet it to @bishilarious for consideration. And of course feel free to post your favorite videos from the week below.