"I know, I know... I thought we were done with the parodies of the catcalling video too... but then I saw this one."
"Produced and written by Josh Apter and Gary Mahmoud of [Cringe Factory], Ten Hours of Princess Leia Walking in NYC is well executed, deftly edited and pretty darn funny."
"While we don't want to minimize how important it was for the world to see Hollaback's video, we've got to admit this Star Wars-themed parody from comedy group [Cringe Factory] is pretty funny."
"Needless to say, there's a giant disturbance in the Force."
"A few weeks back, an organization called Hollaback posted a video that showed a woman being harrassed 108 different times over the span of 10 hours. The video went super viral; the official YouTube video has been viewed over 35 million times to date. Naturally, with the kind of attention that the original received, multiple parody videos soon found their way online. While a few were offensive, most of them have just been plain unfunny … until now."
"This isn’t the catcalling video you’re looking for. Actually, maybe it is."
"Can a Rebel Alliance princess not walk around without getting harassed by Sith lords anymore?"
"By far the best [walking parody] I’ve seen. If you’re a Star Wars fan, you’ll love it. If you’re not a Star Wars fan, shame on you, but you’ll love it anyway."
"When she encounters the usual Star Wars characters, their well-known lines of dialog seem downright salacious when yelled at Princess Leia innocently walking by."
"But before you watch the video, we’ll also note that this Princess Leia is played by New York City actress/comedienne Michelle McNally, who really is kind of hot…."
"all of your favorite and classic Star Wars characters make some awesome cameos!"
"Have you ever wondered what it would be like if several archetypal subway panhandlers got on at once? No need to grease up your rusty imagination - just press play."
"If you've ever taken the subway you're probably familiar with the occasional panhandlers and performers who roll through your train car asking for donations. But what happens when five or six show up at the same time? Some New York comedians got together to answer that very question, and the results were decidedly hilarious, especially for the people on the train."
"The battle of the beggars hits the 4 train."
"Last summer, Gary Lee Mahmoud, a self-proclaimed “actor, comedian, jackass” got together with a few of his improv friends and threw a “panhandler party” inside a NYC subway car."
"NYC commuters are used to panhandlers coming through the subway cars asking for money or selling candy and other goods. Mahmoud and his co-conspirators took this phenomenon to a hilarious extreme, creating a panhandler party."
"What's this: A prank on unsuspecting New York City residents and tourists, not conducted by Improv Everywhere? It's possible. In fact, it's happened before and will happen again."
"In this short comedic piece, actor, comedian and sketch writer Gary Lee Mahmoud explores what happens when multiple panhandlers hit the same Subway car, at the same time."
"If you've taken a subway, you've probably seen someone asking for money. It's not uncommon, but how about seeing a couple asking for help with their mortgage? The insanity only piles on from there."
"The standard procedure is for a panhandler to walk from car to car reciting the same old speech that apparently everyone has notes for. But on the 4 train last August, one car experienced more than a few beggars. The car was literally overtaken by solicitors until it became a full fledged panhandler party."
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"So whoever thought this up is both brilliant and a bit demented but it’s hilarious! If you haven’t ever seen it this is something you do not want to pass up. Short and funny!"
The Interview Parody or North Korea People's Revolutionary Happy Truth Movie!
"The parody from [Cringe Factory] works to clear up the misunderstanding and paint a 100% historically accurate (by Kim Jong-Un standards) picture of North Korea's far superior education and wealth. It's the epitome of filmmaking."