Monica is NFL quarterback Eli Manning's personal photographer. Monica's job is to make Eli look good. Monica has one of the hardest jobs in sports.
This classic gender-swapping short, "Whiskey Fist," was made for a contest sponsored by a whiskey brand. It did not win the contest, which definitely makes sense to us. But it has certainly won over our hearts.
Sam and Eli bonded over a game of "Pro Monaco GP." That made Max — the best racer in the arcade, and Sam's boyfriend — and his crew very angry. And no one messes with the Speed Boys.
In the process of assembling an anthology of Kurt Vonnegut's short stories, five new works of short fiction were discovered. Here's one of them.
The cool thing about this funny Chris and Jack short is it's told in real time, like an episode of "24." That is, an episode of "24" with lots of jokes and two horribly incompetent protagonists.
Do yourself a favor and take three and a half minutes to enjoy Anthony Falleroni's "Jumpy." The art style, music and wordless plot of this short all work together to tell a truly wholesome and compelling story, and you'll be better off for having watched it.
It's salty. It's spicy. It has vodka. It's impossibly hard to drink. It has a badass name. The Bloody Mary is truly a man's brunch cocktail if there ever was one.
Hot Molly thinks Joe is cute. Which means he's *this* close to having a girlfriend. There's no way he can screw this up, right?
This short is really hard to watch. But the acting is top notch, the writing is snappy and the cinematography is fantastic.
A fun way to enjoy this short is to imagine it takes place in the same world as your go-to favorite big-budget apocalyptic sci-fi epic. Because whatever that movie might be, "Apocalypse Now Now" definitely has the production value to hang.
Holy crap, this is six minutes of non-stop awkward adrenaline. We simultaneously feel bad for the characters and are in awe of filmmaker Jim Cummings.
Filmmaker Jim Cummings says it took 18 takes to finally get everything right. We're just happy the crew didn't quit after 17, because this short is incredible.
Stop answering messages. Actually, turn off your phone. Actually just never talk to anyone ever again. Yeah, there you go. You got this.
If these two crazy guys are going to rob all seven of Featherstone's joints at once, they're going to need some killer accomplices. A whole bunch of 'em. Seriously though, they have a really big team.
In the world of "Echo/Back," you can't go back in time to kill Hitler, but you can get yourself out of (and into) some tricky situations.
"In the fourth month a border patrol boat shot at them when they tried to pull in to the national harbor. So, no more storytimes."
This short is wonderfully acted, written and shot. But most importantly, it reminded us of an undeniable fact: both kids' books and book clubs are really, really weird.
When you're in the business of washing hands and feet, how hard is it to keep your nose clean? It's all about risk/reward in this phenomenal short from Kati Skelton.
So... what have you been up to? Do you still skateboard? How's Greg?
Everything about this short is equal parts freaking weird and fantastic.
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