Bryan Cranston: the generational unifier.
For this latest episode of Elders React, The Fine Bros. interviewed some
good sports senior citizens to get their take on the trailer for the upcoming Godzilla remake, as well as a clip from the cartoon. Or should I say "Godziller?"
We should probably just start using walkmans for teething babies.
Walkmans are pretty much ancient to the newer generations and the reaction to them provided by TheFineBros is absolutely priceless. Luckily, a few of these kids were able to figure out that this antique handed to them was a portable cassette player and with a little bit of help, they were able to make it function.Read More
THERE ARE OBVIOUSLY SPOILERS IN THIS VIDEO BUT APPARENTLY SOME PEOPLE STILL NEED WARNINGS.
Season 4 of Game of Thrones kicks off on April 6th, and if you'd like to get caught up but don't have a lot of time, then the Fine Bros. have your back. They've recapped the first three seasons in less than ten minutes in a long single rambling take.Read More
See What Happens When the Fine Bros. Give a Bunch of Kids a Rotary Phone in Kids React to Technology
At least most of them knew it was a phone.
Stop and take a minute to remember how frustrating a rotary phone could really be, and if you don't remember, just be happy you live in the future. The Fine Brothers put a rotary phone in the hands of their Kids React kids that they seem to have on hand at all times, and the results are expectedly pretty great.Read More
Or don't. Your call.
I don't know who would want to have all the Best Picture nominees spoiled for them, but if you do, now you can along with 41 other movie spoilers all in under seven minutes thanks to the Fine Brothers. Why? I don't know. They like spoiling things?Read More
They are surprisingly more knowledgable than we would have guessed.
Let's be real -- as much as the marketing behind the newest series of consoles has tried to court adults with the expendable income to spend a whole bunch of money on different games, it's the little kids that they want to hook early. The Fine Brothers sat their regular suspects down to ask them their thoughts about video games as a whole.Read More
Real Or Not Real?
I started watching this latest "so-and-so's react to" video thinking it would give me a few laughs. And it did, but the subjects wound up touching on some pretty serious and thought-provoking things as well. Which is, you know, Catching Fire in a nutshell.Read More
SWEAR TO BATDAD! AND THE FINE BROTHERS! AND THESE KIDS!
The Kids React YouTube series by the Fine Brothers is one of our favorite things. They show a bunch of kids something trending on the Internet, and as you'd expect, the kids react in a variety of fun ways. This time around, they show the kids a bunch of Batdad vines, then have kids imitate him. It's great.Read More
Given the choice, we'll pick geeks every time.
We had a lot of fun playing the "Freaks" side of the Fine Bros. Freaks and Geeks YouTube game, but we were a little disappointed that we couldn't play as the "Geeks." They promised an expansion would be on its way, and it's finally here! Enjoy some angst this morning.Read More
Maybe it's like high school and you lose no matter what?
Freaks and Geeks is a great show to watch if you want to focus on how awkward high school was and feel some feelings, and now there's a game version you can play on YouTube thanks to the Fine Bros. The game is a series of short videos, at the end of which you click one of two possible links. So far we keep losing. Just like in High School.Read More
These darn kids and their ring-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-dings!
The now-infamous "What Does The Fox Say?" video completely broke our brains when we first saw it. So the poor older people that the Fine Brothers subjected to the song for their "Elders React to Music Video" series? They must still be completely beside themselves with confusion.Read More
Everybody's preemptively grieving for the end of Breaking Bad in their own unique ways. Yesterday Rhett and Link put out a middle school musical; today, the Fine Brothers attempted to summarize the entirety of the show's plot, season by season, in under 8 minutes. Tomorrow, I imagine someone will do an interpretive dance for Saul Goodman.Read More
Five Finger Fillet, aka the Knife Game, is a challenge of unknown origin, but Bishop (played by Lance Henriksen) in Aliens made it especially popular...until Internet musician Rusty Cage went and made a video in which he performs the Knife Game while singing about it. It's...nuts, but all right. The amusing part is that someone (TheFineBros) went and filmed people -- specifically, YouTubers -- reacting to Rusty Cage, then others, attempt the same thing. It may end in blood.Read More
I'll Allow It
I'm sure there are some elderly folks out there who enjoy Twilight but these women and men aren't them. To be fair, the Fine Brothers didn't show them the entire film, just the trailer for Breaking Dawn Part 2, and asked for their impressions. Which, as you can imagine, are humorous. Enjoy!Read More
Do Try This At Home
The Hunger Games isn't the only big deal this weekend: Tonight marks the return of AMC's Mad Men after a 17-month absence. While it's not exactly part of traditional geekdom, The Fine Brothers (with help from artist Levi Buffum aka Doctor Octoroc) shoehorned it in by turning it into an interactive 8-bit video game with three alternate endings. I don't know what's better: the silly text, the "Choose Your Own Adventure" nature of the game, or the chiptune theme song. Trying to pick my favorite part is like asking Don Draper to be a one-woman man. Oh, that cad! Is that a martini? Glug, glug, glug... (via Technabob)Read More
Vital Information for Your Everyday Life
Are you interested in becoming a Doctor Who fan, but you don't know where to start because the show has been around for 47 years? You're in luck! The Fine Brothers have been kind enough to compile a 6-minute summary of the entire series. (But if you're planning on watching the show, be warned that this contains spoilers!) (Boing Boing)Read More
With the new season of Doctor Who hitting BBC America on April 23, The Fine Brothers felt it'd be helpful to catch everyone up on the Doctor's last 47 years of existence. Yes, Doctor Who is old, and, in this fan's opinion, a lot of the earlier seasons honestly aren't worth your time, so watch the video, and thank the Fine Brothers for saving you 40-something years of questionable sci-fi and allowing you to get to the good stuff.Read More
The real joy of this list is remembering some of those real obscure Disney films, like The Black Cauldron, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, Mr. Toad's Wild Ride, and freakin' Dinosaur. No Song of the South, though. Oh, and spoiler: A lot of people live happily ever after. Ok, seriously: if you just can't guess the ending to Tangled and don't want it given away, stop this video before they get to #50.Read More