You can’t please everyone when it comes to resurrecting one of the most beloved franchises in film history. So if you were disappointed with how Star Wars: The Force Awakens ended, maybe you’ll prefer the How It Should Have Ended alternate finale featuring Kylo Ren getting his comeuppance.
The How It Should Have Ended guys have gotten their hands on Guardians of the Galaxy to the delight of everyone, including director James Gunn, who wrote: "Haha! I love these. Having a 'How It Should Have Ended' is better than winning an Oscar." Doesn't this mean they should direct GotG2? Or at least the last bit?
Guardians of the Galaxy was one of the best movies of the year and probably one of the funnest movies I've seen in a long while but it also had its fair share of logic gaps that were glossed over. HISHE hilarious fixed the movie by changing some scenes in the movie so it all makes sense. Spoiler alert: the bad guys…
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 needs so much fixing that the folks at HISHE saw it fit to pretty much re-write the entire movie. Too bad the people making the movie didn't feel the same way because they left us with an electric turd of a superhero sequel that ruined everything charming about the first movie.
What has been the worst Marvel superhero movie so far? Iron Man always has some plot holes, but they're refreshing. Both Thors were ok. The Avengers was a roller coaster and Guardians of the Galaxy was such a fun time. What if it's actually Captain America: The Winter Soldier?
The Lego Movie was one of the funniest, most entertaining movies to come out this year and pretty much everyone who saw it and had a soul, loved it. Everyone except Lego Superman. He had beef with how the movie ended and he thinks he should have just saved the day and be the hero.
Okay, I have a confession. I didn't watch Star Trek Into Darkness. Not because I don't like lens flares or Trekkies or plot holes but because I'm generally just a terrible person at catching movies while they're in theaters. It's okay though. From the looks of this latest hilarious video on how movies should have…
I have to admit, it bugged me that they never used the sword again.
We absolutely loved Pacific Rim. It was everything a great summer action movie should be. And plus, when it's Guillermo del Toro making giant robots fight giant monsters, what can go wrong? Well, according to the well wrinkled critical brain of HISHE, Charlie Hunnam and Rinko Kikuchi's characters in the movie would…