(The morning watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of notable videos from the web. It could be video essays, fan-made productions, feature films, shorts, hilarious skits, or anything about our favorite movies and TV shows.)
In this edition, discover an opening credits sequence for Loki created in the style of the classic Doctor Who BBC series. Additionally, a live music producer takes a closer look at concert scenes in films like Eurovision Song Contest: The History of Fire Saga, World of spices, Almost known, and more. And finally, Netflix has teamed up with the comedian Keaton patti to create the first stand-up set created by a bot.
First of all, the influences of Doctor Who on marvel Loki the series are already pretty clear, with all the time travel and bureaucratic sci-fi and so on. Corn Nerdist took it one step further with a little opening credits sequence remixed in the style of the classic Doctor Who series, and it even includes those newly popular Loki variants.
Next, Vanity Fair bring in a live music producer Ola Melzig to watch live concerts of films like Eurovision Song Contest: The History of Fire Saga, World of spices, Josie and the Pussycats, Rock star, Almost known, This is the spinal cock, Joy, and more. To what extent are concerts and live musical performances depicted in the movies? Is something too wild for a real gig? To find!
Finally, comedian Keaton Patti has teamed up with Netflix have a bot watches over 400,000 hours of stand-up comedy, then writes his own special. Honestly, it’s better than some real comedy specials on Netflix. And in case you didn’t know, it’s a schtick that Patti been online for a while now, and it’s still hilarious.