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“Life In IKEA Is Impossible”: Watch This Amusing 'Gravity' Spoof

The Playlist By Edward Davis | The Playlist November 14, 2013 at 2:16PM

Yep, it’s come to this. “Gravity” has basically gone mainstream. The Alfonso Cuarón 3D spectacle has grossed a whopping $476 million worldwide and having just opened in the U.K. with China still to come, some pundits are guestimating the film could hit $600 million globally ($500 million is just around the corner). So that means spoofs.
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Gravity, Ikea spoof

Yep, it’s come to this. “Gravity” has basically gone mainstream. The Alfonso Cuarón 3D spectacle has grossed a whopping $476 million worldwide and having just opened in the U.K. with China still to come, some pundits are guestimating the film could hit $600 million globally ($500 million is just around the corner). So that means spoofs. Today’s is “Alfonso Cuarón's IKEA” directed, written and starring Daniel Hubbard. It features that same, now kinda iconic trailer music by Arvo Pärt (it’ll be amusing to see the classical called "the 'Gravity' music" in a few years) and it's amusing little riff on the vastness, space and impossible-ness that is visiting an IKEA store. Once you enter, can you ever get back safely? Watch below.


This article is related to: Gravity, Alfonso Cuaron, Clickables


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