Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald Honest Trailer

After Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them hit theaters, fans were willing to make concessions for a wizarding world movie that was never going to be as good as the Harry Potter franchise. They were even willing to wait for the second chapter in the franchise to deliver on the potential promised by what was meant to be the first of five total films. But unfortunately, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald makes us wish that we could obliviate ourselves of this entire franchise before it’s truly began, and the folks at Honest Trailers couldn’t agree more.

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Robin Hood Honest Trailer

Hey, did you forget there was a new Robin Hood movie last year? It’s hard to keep up since it seems there’s a new version of the legendary outlaw every few years. But let’s be honest, it’s been a long time since any of them were good. And unfortunately, the latest iteration starring Kingsman: The Secret Service star Taron Egerton keeps the trend going.

The uniquely titled Robin Hood is so bad that you probably shouldn’t even accept the money Robin Hood is stealing from the rich, because he probably needs it more than you do after how badly this movie bombed at the box office. But as the Robin Hood Honest Trailer points out, that’s not even the worst part of this new take on Robin of Locksley. Read More »

How Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse Should Have Ended

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse brings together some of the various Spider-People spread across different dimensions. So it only makes sense that How It Should Have Ended acknowledges all the different proposed endings they’ve done for all the previous Spider-Man movies in order to properly play in this animated universe. They even do a solid job of parodying the opening sequence that introduces the “original” Spider-Man in the movie.

Find out how Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse should have ended below. Read More »

A Star Is Born Honest Trailer

A Star Is Born didn’t take home as many Oscars as pundits thought it would when it was all the rage last fall. But Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga certainly stole the ceremony with their intimate and passionate performance of the remake’s signature tune “Shallow.” However, the folks at Honest Trailers can’t help but notice that this movie is pretty much Crazy Heart all over again, which is also kind of a remake of A Star Is Born. And now we have a nosebleed. Watch the A Star Is Born Honest Trailer below. Read More »

2019 Oscars Honest Trailer

This weekend brings the 91st Academy Awards to ABC, and it’s probably going to be a complete disaster. Not only is there no host for the ceremony, but The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences pissed everyone off by cutting a few awards from the live broadcast (only to reinstate them in the show). On top of that, they’ve had a real problem figuring out how the nominees for Best Original Song were going to be performed during the ceremony too.

But the Oscars are really about rewarding the greatest achievements in film from the previous year. And if we’re going to do that properly, than we need to look at each and everyone of this year’s Best Picture nominees with a new perspective. That’s where the 2019 Oscars Honest Trailer comes into play, skewering each of the eight film nominated for Hollywood’s top prize. Which one will walk away with the trophy only to get lambasted online afterwards? Read More »

A Star Wars is Born

While we’re waiting for the first trailer for Star Wars Episode 9 (hell, just a damn title would be nice), people are getting desperate for something new from a galaxy far, far away. In fact, fans are so hungry for Star Wars that some of the more talented ones have taken the signature song from this year’s Oscar contender A Star Is Born and made it all about the struggle between Kylo Ren and Rey. The result is “A Star Wars Is Born,” a parody of the earworm tune “Shallow,” as originally sung by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga. It’s actually pretty great. Read More »

How to Train Your Dragon Honest Trailer

What happens when you take a dragon and cross it with all your favorite internet cat videos? You get the adorable Toothless in the animated fantasy adventure franchise How to Train Your Dragon. Now the the final installment of the DreamWorks Animation franchise, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, is hitting theaters this week, it’s time to have Honest Trailers look back at the first two films in the franchise. They’re so good that they’ll make you forget DreamWorks Animation once made a movie where a bee fell in love with a human woman. Read More »

Happy Death Day Honest Trailer

This week brings a movie to theaters where college girl Tree Gelbman (played by Jessica Rothe) is reliving the same nightmare of a day where she not only has the worst birthday ever. But even worse is that she also keeps getting killed by someone wearing a cartoonish baby mask.

No, you’re not having déjà vu. Well, you are a little bit. Because yes, you’ve seen this movie before. It’s called Happy Death Day. But now there’s a sequel called Happy Death Day 2U, and the same thing is happening again. But it’s different this time. Somehow. Anyway, we’ll just let Honest Trailers break down the first movie for you. Read More »

Nick Kroll Teaches Sex Ed

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, Big Mouth creator and star Nick Kroll teaches sex ed to high schoolers with Conan O’Brien. Plus, The Hollywood Reporter hosts another extensive roundtable discussion with the most buzzed about producers this awards season, including Kevin Feige and Nina Jacobson, and Daniel Radcliffe answers the web’s most searched questions about him. Read More »

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Jurassic Park Fyre Fraud Mash-Up

Right now you can watch two different documentaries about the disaster of an event called Fyre Festival. Netflix has Fyre, and Hulu made Fyre Fraud, and both give an extensive, laughable, and tragic look inside the work of notorious hustler Billy MacFarland and his failed upscale island. But this wasn’t the first highly publicized disaster that unfolded somewhere meant to be an incredible getaway destination.

Jurassic Park was going to be an unforgettable experience where crowds could get a look at real dinosaurs in front of their eyes. However, it turned out to be unforgettable for a much different reason when the park’s first visitors ended up in a nightmare worse than anyone could have anticipated. The new documentary Jurassic Fraud shows us what went wrong. Read More »