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DO TEENS KNOW 90s COMEDY MOVIES? (REACT: Do They Know It?)


♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪ – (FBE) Today, we’re going to see
how familiar you are with comedy movies from the ’90s. We’ll be showing you
some hilarious iconic scenes to see if you can name
the film that they’re from. – All right, I’ll do my best. – Oh gosh, okay. Hopefully, I can do somewhat well on this. I’m really bad at, like,
dating when movies came out. – I think I’m going to do amazing. I’m a big ’90s person. – I’m ready. I feel like I got this under control. – I was born in ’97. I will know either very few,
or none of these. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ ♪ (hard rock music) ♪
– (man 1) This song sucks. ♪ (The Carpenters, “Superstar”) ♪
– Oh, this is Tommy Boy. – ♪ Long ago ♪
– What is this? – (man 2) Talk about lame.
– (man 1) Ha, ha. Totally. – Oh my god, what’s this movie? – (man 1) You can change it if you want. – (man 2) I don’t care.
It’s up to you. – (man 1) I can live with it if you can.
– (man 2) Suit yourself. – I’ve seen this, but
I don’t know the name. – The door is missing.
Why is the door missing? – (both) ♪ Don’t you remember
you told me loved me, baby ♪ – No idea. – Oh, this looks kind of cute. – I love this. This is like any time
you’re in the car with your friends. It always comes to this. – (FBE) Do you know it?
– Mm-mm. – I have no idea. – I know that’s David Spade,
and then the guy from SNL, but no idea what
it is other than that. – Black Sheep? – It’s not Road Trip.
That was– that was a different movie. – I don’t know. I just know I don’t care for David Spade, so I don’t know if it’s even that funny. – (FBE) This is a scene from
the road trip movie, Tommy Boy. – Yeah, there was no way
I would’ve remembered that. – Never heard of it. – I feel like I’ve seen parts of that one, because that looked very familiar. – They always make the movies,
like the road trip scene, much more fun than it is. I feel like road trips are just, like,
sit and sleep in the car. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ ♪ (playing piano) ♪
– What is this? A nun playing the piano? – (nuns) ♪ Nothing you can say
could tear me away from my God ♪ – (nun) ♪ My God ♪ – (laughing) They changed it
to say “My God.” – (nuns) ♪ Nothing
you could do ’cause I’m… ♪ – Oh, oh, oh, I know this movie! Sister Act. – Oh, Whoopi Goldberg.
– (nun) ♪ My God ♪ – I know who that is. – ♪ …my God like a stamp to a letter ♪ – Oh, hey! She’s from Harry Potter. – (nuns) ♪ Stick together ♪ ♪ I’m telling you from the start ♪ ♪ I can’t be torn apart ♪ – That kind of looks like the nuns
from The Sound of Music, but this don’t look like
The Sound of Music. – (FBE) Do you know what movie
that scene is from? – No. – Not at all. – I’m going to guess The Nun Choir. – Sister Act! I think that’s what this is. – I watched it in daycare
when I was about five or six. I loved that movie. – (FBE) This is Sister Act.
– No idea. – Never heard of it in my life. – Looks cute. It had a bunch of nuns in it.
Whoopi Goldberg is fantastic, so, I mean, you can’t really go wrong. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – (woman) Ace, they’re not
just going to let us waltz in… – “Shady Acres.”
– (Ace) I know. It’s a good thing
I’m a master of disguise. – (doctor) Now, who is it
that you’d like us to have a look at? – Is that the girl from Friends? ♪ (classical music) ♪ – (Ace) I’m ready to go in, coach!
Just give me a chance! I know there’s a lot riding on it,
but it’s all psychological. – I like Jim Carrey and I feel like
I should know this movie. – (Ace) I’m gonna execute
a button-hook pattern in super slow-mo. – This is, like, apex Jim Carrey. – Is this Dumb and Dumber? – This looks so familiar. I think I’ve seen GIFs of this,
but I’ve never actually watched it. – It was Jim Carrey,
but I’ve never seen that movie before. – (FBE) Do you know
what movie this is from? – Not at all. – Crap, I’ve totally seen that one. I can’t remember the name to save my life. What is it? – Ace Ventura? – Ace Ventura, right? – Ace Ventura is the only–
oh, and Yes Man– the only two movies in my head right now. – (FBE) This movie
is Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. – That’s what it was! Ace Ventura. – Wait, I’ve totally seen that movie. – I know Ace Ventura. I’ve never seen the movie,
but I’ve heard of it. – I don’t remember what part that is,
but I know I’ve seen Ace Ventura. I kind of want to re-watch Ace Ventura
because Jim Carrey’s really funny. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – (man) Shampoo is better!
– Adam Sandler. – (man) I go on first and clean the hair!
– Oh, I know this one. – (man) Conditioner is better! I leave the hair silky and… – Oh my god, this is so cringy. – (man) Oh, really, fool? Really!
– What the heck? – I think this one’s Billy Madison.
I love this movie. – (man) Stop looking at me, swan! – Crap! Oh my god, I’ve heard
that line somewhere before. I think I’ve seen
most Adam Sandler movies, but that didn’t feel familiar. – (FBE) Do you know it?
– Not at all. – That was Adam Sandler, but I don’t know
what movie that was. – It looks like a mixture of that movie
where he was a football player, mixed with Mr. Deeds. – Billy… uh, I can’t think of it. – Billy Madison, definitely. – (FBE) This is a scene
from Billy Madison. – Oh, Billy Madison. – There we go, Billy Madison. – I don’t think I watched that. – I’ve never heard of that,
I’ve never seen it. But I know that’s Adam Sandler. – He’s been slacking a bit,
but he’s really funny. A lot of his old movies are funny. – I think he’s hilarious. His old ones were just the best. Happy Gilmore, Billy Madison,
all the old ones. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – (man) Let me tell you
something, bendejo. You pulling…
– Oh! I should know this. That’s the dude. – (man) I’ll take it away from you
and stick it up your ass and pull the [bleep] trigger
until it goes “click.” – Oh god. – Dang, language. – (man 2) Jesus. – (man 1) You said it, man. Nobody [bleep] with the Jesus. – I didn’t know bowlers were this intense. – Savage! I’ve never seen that movie. – (FBE) So, do you know this one?
– Mm-mm. – No. – No. – Uh, The Big Lebowski?
Okay, there we go. – (FBE) This is a scene
from the Coen brothers film, The Big Lebowski.
– Never heard of it. – Okay, I’ve definitely heard
of that title. Never seen it. – Pretty sure I’ve seen parts of it. – It had a lot of big stars
that are bigger now. I know one of them
played Sully in Monsters, Inc. – I loved John Goodman,
and I love Jeff Bridges, so I should probably
get around to watching it. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – (man) You wanna borrow my car?
– (squealing) – (man) Hell no! – Oh my god, I think this is Friday. – (woman) Well, let me borrow a joint.
– Yes. – (man) You need to borrow a job…
– I’ve seen this movie. – (man) …with your broke ass. Always trying to smoke up somebody’s shit. – Okay. – (man) Get the hell on, Felisha.
– Bye, Felisha! – (man) Remember it!
Write it down. Take a picture!
I don’t give a [bleep]. – I love this movie. Oh my god. – (Felicia) Craig? – (Craig) Bye, Felisha.
– “Bye, Felisha.” – (Felisha) Craig? – (Craig) Bye, Felisha. – Oh, is that where this is from? – (Felisha) Y’all stingy! – I just saw this movie,
which is really sad. – (FBE) All right, so do you know it?
– No. – I don’t know the movie, no. – I don’t know the title of that one. I feel like I’ve only seen that clip. – Friday? – Friday! – Friday, definitely. – Friday?
– (FBE) Yeah! – There we go. – (FBE) This is from Friday,
starring Ice Cube. – Fri– just Friday? – Friday was always great. – I love that movie.
It’s a classic. You can’t claim yourself being from LA
if you do not know this movie. – I’ve never watched the whole thing, but it’s the iconic “Bye Felisha” line. But it’s still relevant. It’s still a thing that you can
sassily say back to your friends. “You know what, irrelevant. Bye, Felisha.” ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ (dog panting) (sniffing) – Okay, Ben Stiller
in a movie that I’ve never seen. – (man) Are you the little guy
making all that big noise? (dog snarling)
(man screaming) – What the–? – Oh…
(man screaming) (ladies screaming) – Hey, Cameron Diaz. – Oh my god, oh my god,
I know this movie. (dog barking fiercely) – There’s Something About Mary. (clawing floor)
– (laughing) – I think I know this movie. – (woman) Stop it! – You know it’s an old movie
because you can tell how fake that dog is. – (laughing) – Yeah, the ’90s had
a different sense of humor than people do now. – (FBE) The grand finale, do you know it? – I don’t know it. – Not at all. – Is it There Must Be
Something About Mary? – There’s Something About Mary. – (FBE) This is a scene from the 1998 hit,
There’s Something About Mary. – Oh, I didn’t know that. – I was two years old at the time. I guess a couple years later,
you’d think I’d hear of it, but no. – I notice a pattern. All these ’90s movies,
the humor’s so over-the-top. It’s, like, ridiculous. – A lot of ’90s comedies is where you see
a lot of the great comedians start off, and it’s kind of cool to see, like,
oh, this is where Adam Sandler and Cameron Diaz started off,
and look at them now. They’ll always be iconic. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching this episode
of Do They Know It on the React channel. – Don’t forget to subscribe!
New shows every week. – What are your favorite ’90s comedies?
Let us know in the comments. – Bye, guys. – Bye, Felisha! – Hey, I’m Megan, a producer
of the React channel. We really hope you
enjoyed this nostalgic episode, and please let us know what else
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100 thoughts on “DO TEENS KNOW 90s COMEDY MOVIES? (REACT: Do They Know It?)

  1. I got 3.5. I say the 0.5 because I knew it was ace ventura, I didn't get the pet detective part.

    also how does only 1 person know the title, Billy madison? I said Billy Madison ithin about a second of it popping up

  2. The realisation that half these kids weren't even alive when most of these movies came out. I feel sad now.They should all treat their lack of 90's comedy movie knowledge and watch The Big Lebowski. STAT!!

  3. that girl got it right, you can't be from LA and not have seen Friday. I remember buying those double sided DVDs back in the day, with the whole trilogy and I think "all about the Benjamin's" too.

  4. I was born in 1977and I have seen movies made before I was born. They are called classics. Branch out a little dude. Not everything that is great was made after the year 2000.

  5. I've watched many movies before I was born and I was born in 1998 so I don't understand why some of them don't know the classics

  6. Knew all of these movies and born in 98 either I just love things before my time or my peers don't appreciate things made before our time

  7. I was born in '83 and I got all of the humor from before then, most of it just didn't appeal to me. Younger people today, I just feel like it's just over their heads.

  8. I'll have you know road trips are just roast sessions being forced upon those who are with friends in a car for 10 hours at a time

  9. What's sad is two three of them said David Spade and one said the guy from SNL but no one said Chris Farley. I'm 15 so I'm younger than some of them here.

  10. I don't care about them not knowing most of these movies. But "The Big Lebowski"? WHAT? Are they all living under a rock? How can anyone not have watched the movie? DUDE!

  11. This is why we need video stores back. Damn kids these days with their crap Netflix is why they dont know these movies.

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