SR Geek Picks: ‘X-Men: First Class’ Problems, Muppet Days of Future Past Trailer & More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find 24 questions Disney left unanswered; Kill Bill reenacted by kids; the 40-Year-Old psychopath; Game Of Thrones metal; everything wrong with X-Men: First Class in 8 minutes or less; and Darth Vader taking cupcakes to the dark side. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post!

Darth Vader Takes Cupcakes to the Dark Side

Have you ever wondered what would happen in the pastry display case if the Darth Vader cupcake was consumed by the dark side? Take a look at how that scenario just might play out. To read more, visit the Disney Parks Blog.

24 Questions Disney Left Unanswered

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We NEED answers.

Everything Wrong With X-Men: First Class In 8 Minutes Or Less

You’ve been asking for this one for a while, and with the new Days of Future Past opening soon, we finally have a good excuse. Yes, X-Men: First Class may be an awesome film, but like all films… it, too, has sins.

Wolverine Remix

remix by Eclectic Method.

KILL BILL (Re Enacted by Kids) Copperhead Fight Scene

The KILL BILL fight with “Copperhead” re-enacted by Kids!

Watch a Side by Side with the original clip HERE.

Stereotypes: Movie Theater

No trip to the movies is complete without these guys.

The 40-Year-Old Psychopath

The Rains of Castamere Meets Metal

Macaulay Culkin Wearing A T-Shirt Of Ryan Gosling Wearing A T-Shirt Of Macaulay

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Godzilla In Typography

Godzilla In Typography SR Geek Picks: X Men: First Class Problems, Muppet Days of Future Past Trailer & More

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SR Reader Tarun Padmakumar used Godzilla and type/logo to create these.

Bad Movie Review: The Other Woman

Prisoners Film Analysis

Super Mario RPG – Forest Maze Acapella

An original a-cappella arrangement of Forest Maze (Beware the Forest’s Mushrooms) from SMRPG.

Top 10 Evil Movie Laughs

Warning: Mild Spoiler Alert!

What do you do when everything is going according to your sinister plan? Laugh. Join as they count down their picks for the top 10 evil movie laughs.

The Muppets Days Of Future Past Trailer

The Muppets biggest adventure yet comes to theater screens this summer!


That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.

Today’s picks have been brought to you by: Smooth McGrooveWatchMojo.comfoleyd87JustAnotherProductionProductionsMattedscreenDisney ParksCinemaSinsBuzzfeed331ErockBobby BurnsEvan AndersonDude Perfect and Eclectic Method.

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  1. batsuit revealed

  2. Cool analysis of Prisoners :)

  3. Whoa, Smooth McGroove did Forest Maze? Nice!

  4. I love Prisoners, I already knew there was a lot of symbolism upon watching the movie the first time in theaters, but after watching that analysis it really just makes me appreciate the director and cinematographer so so much more. It’s such an excellent film in terms of how it was crafted and the message it sends. I never thought about how at the end it makes you feel like you know the characters so well that it doesn’t need to show what happens next, brilliant!