WTF: “UPTOWN FUNK” GOES TO THE MOVIES
The internet is an extension of man in that it is simultaneously horrifying and miraculous (and that man made it). On one end of the spectrum you’ve got terrifying spectacles like revenge porn (war, genocide), and on the other you’ve got Youtube, where people upload videos like a compilation of 280 movies singing Mark Ronson and Bruno Mar’s smash hit “Uptown Funk” (humanitarian aid, the universal declaration of human rights).
Tuber dondrapersayswhat has a series of inspired video mashups, but “Uptown Funk” is his masterpiece. There’s a reason this thing is going viral. 90’s kid rejoice at seeing Casey Jones and Captain Koons singing the current song of the galaxy. Seriously, is this song ever going away? And do I even want it to?
I’ve yet to tire of hearing “Uptown Funk.” It still gets stuck it my head for days after every time I do. This isn’t the most stunning rendition of the song, but it’s funny as hell.
Get ready to laugh again, America.
“UPTOWN FUNK” GOES TO THE MOVIES
In closing, we’ll leave you with Christopher Walken’s xx speech from Pulp Fiction, which I’m sure we’re all seeing in a new light now.
About Calvin Paradise
Calvin Paradise manages to live a productive life despite a childhood of home schooling and suffering from what some doctors have called the worst case of Groucho Marx's Syndrome in recorded history.