Twitter might be full of clapbacks and strong political opinions but the real gold is in Twitter comedy. Kind of like #MakeAFilmMexican. The only purpose of this hashtag is to take movie titles and add a Mexican element. Per usual, Twitter users delivered.
Twitter gave us gold once again thanks to #MakeAFilmMexican.
Mainly because “American Beauty” is too basic.
Even Christian Grey got a Mexican upgrade.
Yeah, that’s right, upgrade.
A few people went a little obscure with their references.
Has anybody else watched “Encino Man.”
Tacos > Love, actually.
Though “Love Actually” is a great movie for the holidays.
Some movie titles just need a bit of Spanish to give it a twist.
*queues up “The Breakfast Club” and disappears from the world*
A few people took a chance in updating some classics.
If you haven’t read or watched “To Kill A Mockingbird“, do it now.
This Mexican upgrade definitely has a political undertone…
…and this one is all for that one person who went on a cruise to Mexico once.
“The Princess and the Frog” is a pretty great movie, imho.
G.I. Joe has nothing on G.I. José.
A few of these tweets should legit become movies.
“Boyz n the Hood” is cute but just imagine “Vatos de Barrio.”
There were so many Star Wars jokes.
Some were just reimagined posters…
…and some are so great, they deserve a movie deal.
“Fear the chancla, you will.” – Mexican Yoda
We all have a Jorge in our life that constantly gets lost.
But the greatest reboot would have to be Captain Mexico.