With media retailers breathlessly reporting on each film and TV present trailer that hits the web, it’s nice to see a hilarious one value watching whether or not or not you care concerning the underlying title. That’s the case with the parody collection Trustworthy Trailers usually, and all of the extra so with its newest one concerning the Apple TV+ hit comedy Ted Lasso, launched Wednesday.
Chances are you’ll love the award-winning Ted Lasso, during which Jason Sudeikis performs an improbably good, relentlessly upbeat, American faculty soccer coach lured to London to revive a struggling English professional soccer membership referred to as AFC Richmond. Or chances are you’ll hate it. Both manner, Trustworthy Trailers’ Cornballers episode “takes the piss” out of the endearing present — to borrow an English slang phrase — in methods anyone can take pleasure in.
We received’t attempt to let you know about what the video exhibits so nicely. A lot. Simply watch it right here or beneath. Even Lasso, a pleasant southern fellah who is aware of greater than he lets on and suffers fools so frivolously he finally ends up defeating them, would get a kick out of it.
Trustworthy Trailers: similar to the true factor, however funnier
The Cornballers video has the look, really feel and voiceover of a professionally produced trailer. A “voice of God” narration by Jon Bailey, a la the legendary voice actor Don LaFontaine (“In a world …”), hits all the suitable promotional notes. But it surely additionally says a whole lot of completely surprising and hilarious issues, changing into a personality with a nasty angle who, finally, doesn’t need to let ol’ Ted down.
Consider a movie-trailer voice saying this concerning the title character: “He’s what occurs when a golden retirever humps a motivational poster till Ned Flanders pops out.” Sufficient mentioned.
Brett Wiener and Andy Signore created Trustworthy Trailers to satirize movies and TV exhibits in 2012. Its movies have been seen on the Display Junkies YouTube channel, produced by Fandom, greater than 300 million occasions. For an inventory of all Trustworthy Trailers, go right here.