Now that the Oscars have honored the finest in Hollywood talent, the time is ripe to make fun of all the movie conventions that both studios and audiences take for granted.
Fortunately, Hollywood is full of people who appreciate some self-aware, self-deprecating humor, and are incredibly good sports about themselves and their typecasting. In Jimmy Kimmel's Movie 'The Movie: 2V,' Kimmel seemingly casts every major Hollywood talent in a seven minute mashup of Hollywood tropes and cliches in hilarious fashion. They're all here: American President Oprah Winfrey, an armless piano-playing Bryan Cranston, Matt Damon in a motion capture suit, a Godzilla-sized Channing Tatum, Bradley Cooper as an inspirational inner city high school teacher and even Samuel L. Jackson knocking over a giant Jenga tower.
Any movie fan who wants to see their favorite Hollywood talent poking fun at themselves will get a kick out of this piece. I personally think it would have swept the Oscars if it were a real movie.
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