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  The Fuckfu clips come from a movie called "A Chinese Torture Story" (I don't know why it's called that). What these are is two people, one guy and one girl, and they are having a really cheesy martial arts fight. Except, they are fighting each other with sexual moves. They fly all over the place, do 4 flips in air, all that good stuff. This is really weird, but definately hilarious. Recently found a second clip that picks up right where the first ended.

  This is so cool! Some guys made out a long movie of Legomen fighting on Lego motorcycles and stuff. Lots of decapitations. It's really really cheesy, but it's just one of the coolest things ever. It was made on some guys floor with a hand held camera, so it's really homemade looking. You've gotta love this.

  A home made movie parodying Mentos. A guy goes down on his girlfriend, and it tastes horrible. So he pops in a poontos, eats one himself, and aha! It all tastes great. It's even got the cheesy Mentos song in the background. It's Poontos, the freshmaker!

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  The Scooby Doo Project. This is a parody of The Blair Witch Project, done with the Scooby Doo gang. It was very well done. There is real life back and foregrounds, but all the characters are still animated, so it makes it even funnier. The best parts are when they start going insane near the end. It's a two-part movie.

  The very first incarnation of South Park, "Spirit of Christmas". This isn't the first episode, it's the pilot. This was where South Park came from. Trey Parker and Matt Stone made this for a friend of theirs for Christmas, and that's all it was supposed to be, until they used it as a pilot, and it was what South Park came from. This is actually very funny. In my opinion, it's a lot better than most of the newer episodes.

  Tie-Tanic is a Star Wars / Titanic parody. The movie is two sections, the first is Darth Vader and some of the other high Empirial people talking about how big of a force Star Wars is in the entertainment industry, even though "nothing beats a good chick flick". The second part is where it gets it's name. You get to watch a fleet of Tie-Fighters take out the Titanic! They shoot it, bomb it, crash into it, everything! Huge explosions, people getting hit, loads of fun. This is high quality work.

  Ah, Tripping The Rift. This was done by a few guys who went to a computer arts college, and they made this together. It's a story of a few people, all in a spaceship in outer space. Darph Bobo shows up, and the main character, Chode, get into a light-saber battle. There is much more to it than just that, believe me. It's one of the funniest things I have ever come across, and I'm not just saying that. Here's a quirk about it; in the opening credits, it says "Starring Stephen Root", and Stephen Root played Milton in the movie "Office Space" (he was the guy who mumbled constantly). I thought that was kinda interesting.

Tropper Clerks is a combination of the Star Wars Stormtroopers and the Kevin Smith movie, Clerks. To fully understand this, you'll have to have seen Clerks, otherwise, there isn't much novelty to it. I've always wondered what kind of people make these things, I mean, they put a lot of money into it, buying all those Star Wars costumes and stuff. Well, this is pretty well done. They did a good job of combining the two movies.

"Troops" is a combination of Star Wars and Cops. You follow around some storm troopers, while they do the work of normal Cops. They chase people, shoot Jawas, zoom around in their speeders, and much more. All the troopers are in very realistic looking storm trooper costumes, and the special effects looks awesome. This is very high quality work, they really put a lot of effort into this, and it looks amazing.