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Gungnam Style is a pop culture phenomenon.  So combining it with other pop culture phenomenons seems like a good idea.  Take this Empire Strikes Back example.  This is the scene where Lando betrays Han, and betrays he does.  When Han expects a pleasant dinner, he is instead greeted by Psy and the humping-asian-dude-in-a-straw-hat.  Naturally, Han fires first (like a mother f*cking boss), only to have the asian man’s lumps and bumps deflect them.

An unnecessary breakdown of the 30 seconds clip?  Yes.  But I personally had fun writing it.

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This is a really cool parody of Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know”.  The lyrics have been tastefully changed to cater to a longtime Star Wars fan who believes George Lucas had sold out and ruined the franchise with the newer movies.  Besides the lyrics, what’s better is that the actual singers seem to actually have decent voice.  And better yet is the close replication of the music video itself, which must’ve had a costly production value.

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This is a really cool video of the Star Wars Mos Eisley Cantina music being played over the very infamous LMFAO Party Rock Anthem music video.  The super odd part?  It fits extremely well.  I don’t know if they slowed it down or sped it up to match so perfectly, but it’s actually amazing how hilarious this fits in.  I’ve included the original music video below, because despite how often that song was [used to be] played on the radio, the music video is still somewhat fun to watch.

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Old Rebels

James Hance has a very large collection of art.  He loves combining two different universes.  Here we have an obvious combinations of George Lucas’s Star Wars and Pixar’s Up.  Pixar’s most adorable and heart breaking couple are parallel to the lovable couple of Leia and Solo.  I don’t think Carl is as much of a scoundrel as Han is, but maybe Leia softened him to be like him in their golden years.  James Hance also has some very cool mixes with Han and Chewie with Pooh and Christopher.  Be sure to check out his other art as hit website.

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Since 1977, Darth Vader has been one of the most iconic movie characters in history.  As a movie , videogame, and franchise star, his hair raising presence has struck both fear and sympathy in our hearts, a feat not easily accomplishable in movie history.  So I dedicate a character profile containing awesome images and videos in his honor.

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