'Literally Everything Else From Your Childhood: The Movie' Is The Most Nostalgic Movie Ever

Wil Wheaton, aka Wesley Crusher aka Gordie from Stand by Me, knows a thing or two about nostalgia. So he's taken a satirical swipe at Hollywood and its penchant for milking everything it possibly can from our childhood and turning it into a nostalgic money spinner.

You've seen The Lego Movie, you've rightfully avoided Battleship like the plague and are probably, kinda, depending on whether the trailers get any better, going to go see the new TMNT movie. But can you stomach Literally Everything Else From Your Childhood: The Movie?

In Wil Wheaton's fake film pretty much everything that can make you go all dewy-eyed is there: ALF, Tamagotchi, cassette tapes, they've even got the rights for blowing into a game cartridge. But you know what, they did miss out one thing. Where the heck is the Garbage Pail Kids?

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