Monday, August 21, 2006


Cinema du jour, part 7 - Songs and Dances

This is a recurring feature of YouTubeStars. I discuss some videos that were recently added to YouTube, or ones that I've just discovered. So here's the Movies of the day, part 7 - Songs and Dances.

Goodness Gracious, I Love YouTube
Last night, a cool new video was released by dayoffproductions. This is a film that packs a lot of fun in a little bit of time. A bunch of the better known YouTube members - Geriatric1927, Brookers, FilthyWhore, LittleLoca, Morbeck, Lazydork, Lisa Nova and more - are shown on the video while a clever parody song is sung to the tune of Jerry Lee Lewis' "Great Balls of Fire". If you need one video to show a friend what YouTube is all about, show them this one!

If you can't see the video above, watch it on YouTube.

LonelyGirl: Lazydork is Better Than You
Here's a funny and creative rap video by rickyste who also goes by the name Lazydork. This video came out on August 1st and was featured by YouTube. Now, it's had almost 440 thousand views and over 2600 comments! You'll get a laugh from watching this musical movie!

If you can't see the video above, watch it on YouTube.

Re: LonelyGirl: Lazydork is Better Than You
TheHill88, a 17-year-old Australian woman named Caitlan, made one of 11 response videos to Lazydork's rap. Her cute appearance and cool rap landed her, too, on YouTube's featured video list. This video, added just 4 days ago, has already had over 740 thousand views, over 6800 comments and 47 response videos! Watch and you'll see why!

If you can't see the video above, watch it on YouTube.

The Re-Evolution of My Musical Tastes
Here's a funny and entertaining video from NamaeganaiFilms, a 23-year-old man living in the US named Marcus. Marcus had to remake this video (hence the "Re-Evolution") because his landlady didn't want his apartment, shown in the original version, to be shown in his videos! The video chronicles Marcus' changing musical tastes over the last several years. He provides a sample of a song or two from each musical genre along with his excellent dance moves. If you loved the famous "Evolution of Dance" video, you'll love this one too!

If you can't see the video above, watch it on YouTube.

If you want to read the last "Cinema du jour" post, which includes a video by YouTube's #1 most subscribed member Geriatric1927, click here.


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