Max Landis (previously), son of filmmaker John Landis, grabs a beer and embarks on a wild ride through the history of Triple H‘s (Hunter Hearst Helmsley) ridiculous WWE career in Wrestling Isn’t Wrestling. As he enthusiastically details all of the dramatic wrestling moments, women and well-known actors lip sync and act out Triple H’s career in various live-action sequences. Macaulay Culkin, David Arquette, Haley Joel Osment, Seth Green, Adam Savage, Jamie Hyneman, and pro wrestler Chris Hero are among the few familiar faces featured in Landis’ short film.
A somewhat-mostly-accurate educational parody film by Max Landis.
This production is not monetized, and not for profit. The clips used herein are used with direct reference, as critique, and the characters and situations depicted are for the purpose of satire.
Yes, I know I got some things out of order. It was condensed and simplified and told from memory. Did you honestly want this to be an hour long? You didn’t. I didn’t. Let’s be real with each other. Real respects real. I respect you.
Ron Howard was gonna be in this one too, but he was in Budapest. He’s wracked with guilt and remorse.
Thanks, Brad Jennings!