An embarrassing video of Anthony surfaces online right before his fifth high school reunion. The Smosh dudes then take a portal into YouTube and race to change the video and re-write history before it blows Anthony's chances of reconnecting with his teen crush Anna.
EVERY [BLANK] EVER is a parody show poking fun at everything - ever. Join Ian, Anthony, Keith, Noah, Courtney, Shayne and Olivia as we throw a big, magnifying glass on the ridiculous tropes... See full summary »
"Who Killed Markiplier" is a first person video series. The story begins when The Attorney (the audience) is invited for a poker night on Markiplier Manor, where their host is (thunder strikes) murdered.
Two long life friends, Ian and Anthony, get invited to their 5 year high school reunion. There's a girl who Anthony had a crush on. A video leaks on the school website when he got a mic up his butt singing at his prom. He goes to YouTube to get it removed. The head of YouTube, Steve YouTube, lets them into a portal where they can change the video. With an all star cast Ian Hecox, Anthony Padilla and Michael Ian Black, this is definitely the duo Smosh's best success.
This is one mess of a movie! For those of you who do not know, Smosh is a fairly popular YouTube channel that does comedy sketches. And when they announced a film, I was instantly let down. With many other big YouTubers like Fred, Shane Dawson and Harley making sh*t movies, it was only a matter of time that these two idiots got there nose in there. And from there, I was expecting a really bad movie. This movie is atrocious! From the childish humour, that never gets more than a slight grin, to the laughably bad sets and characters. This movie was just plain awful. The only real redeeming qualities it had was the cameos, which, honestly, while they were fun to see, we're just a way to have Smosh say; "Look at us we can get Lady Gaga in our movie." And by the way, she was just the worst in this mess. The jokes fell flat, the story was dumb and rushed, and above all, it comes across as a big cash grab. Don't see this movie unless you are under 10, then by all means have a blast. But if you don't like dumb humour with no substance, stay well away. 3/10
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