The Fine Brothers spoil 50 Disney movies

Benny and Rafi Fine (The Fine Brothers) ruin fifty Disney animated features in 3 minutes:

(Thanks, Kelly Aarons)


  • Phunk

    They totally spoiled Tangled for me…guess i’ll have to catch it on dvd.

    • Stephen Levinson

      The video is called “50 Disney Spoilers”……..Did you read it?

  • FleischerFan

    I don’t think these are as clever as they seem to think they are.

    • http://mrscriblam.tumblr.com/ mrscriblam

      90% of ‘internet comedians’ suffer from this and unwarranted self importance.

      a deadly combination.

  • Kristjan

    That was hillarious but sumes up the Disney features in less than 3 minutes.

  • Steven M.

    LOL!

  • Toonio

    And when I was done watching the video I moved on to live HAPPILY EVER AFTER!

    THUNDERCATS H000000!

  • http://www.taberanimation.com Taber Dunipace

    Despite the running gag, I didn’t realize that Disney plots had a good peppering of variety thrown in there.

  • Brian S.

    What? No “Song of the South”? Ah well.

    • Tom Pope

      And no Victory Through Air Power either! What?

      • Animate ED

        Both “Song of the South” and “Victory Through Air Power” aren’t part of the Disney Animated Classics, so aren’t included in this video which only includes those 50 films.

      • Chris Sobieniak

        Shame they weren’t, as it would be interesting to see what one-liner can be said about both!

  • The Scarlet Pumpernickel

    What are these guys trying to do? Beat the Guinness record for the fastest Disney feature spoiling ever? At some point it sounds like blabbering.

  • Jackson

    It’d be funny, if it were funny. OR witty. Or interesting.

    It’s not.

  • http://2dwannabe.blogspot.com robcat2075

    If they did that for MGM’s output I bet the HEA percentage would be even higher. Even for the war movies.

  • http://Nicktorious.net NicklasNN

    Eh, looked like they were having fun but the hammy acting got a little annoying, ‘specially the Happily Ever After bit.

    Besides, don’t ALL the Disney movies end Happily Ever After?

  • http://www.stevelightart.com Steve Light

    Love it.

  • Tim Hodge

    I don’t think it had really hit me before how many more animated films Disney has made since Walt’s death than while he was alive.

  • http://www.onanimation.com Daniel Caylor

    Sweet, now Amid doesn’t need to watch Sword in the Stone.

  • http://www.sisterson.co.uk/sketchblog Dennis Sisterson

    I’ll live HAAAplyeverAAAAfterr if only I can get their voices out of my head…

  • Inkan1969

    Funny little satire. As a “Fox and the Hound” fan I take pride that they couldn’t quite say “Happily ever after” for that spoiler. :-)

    • Chris Sobieniak

      Certain sounded like a moment that deserved a downbeat note type effect in the music!

  • Al

    Walt Disney has been dead 44 years next month, plenty of time to make a zillion films without his input.

  • Andrew Kieswetter

    I’m still going to see Tangled even though the ending is now spoiled for me.

  • http://www.kustomkool.com kevin dougherty

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  • Eam2005

    Why are they both wall eyed?

  • http://hotara.wordpress.com Hotara

    I thought the ending for Tangled was just a wild guess. :)