Happy Friday, everyone!
It's the second day of 2015 and the internet is kicking off the year in fine form, thanks to one trending hashtag on Twitter:
This is going to be good...
It all started with one tweet from the account for Comedy Central's late-night game show, "@midnight."
Russia just had another birthday, so let's celebrate the unforgiving coldness (& last night's hangovers) and play #MakeAMovieRussian!— @midnight (@midnight) January 2, 2015
Smart. It caught on immediately.
Sure, a lot of the tweets are stupid and many of them are offensive. But there are some diamonds in there.
Here are some #MakeAMovieRussian films we'd totally go see.
#MakeAMovieRussian Commie Dearest— Paul Tully (@Papatul) January 2, 2015
The Fault In Our Tsars #MakeAMovieRussian— Amelia (@AmeliaK1987) January 2, 2015
The Social Nyetwork #MakeAMovieRussian— Michele Banks (@artologica) January 2, 2015
Singing in the Ukraine #MakeAMovieRussian— Bryn Crowley (@bryn1970) January 2, 2015
#MakeAMovieRussian The Devil Reads Pravda— Barry Jones (@BDJonesInCO) January 2, 2015
The Borscht Ultimatum #MakeAMovieRussian— Stella Braintree (@StellaBraintree) January 2, 2015
Requiem for a Dream #MakeAMovieRussian every time a drug is shown, it's replaced with a photoshopped american flag.— Teddy Boragina (@TheNewTeddy) January 2, 2015