The powers that be at Netflix saw a recent Saturday Night Alive
sketch and thought to themselves, “Skilful idea.”
The streaming giant created a new category for subscribers titled “Short-Ass Movies” after getting the idea from an SNL
sketch that aired this past weekend during Jerrod Carmichael’s episode.
The pre-taped segment saw Pete Davidson, Chris Redd, Reddish Rocket
star Simon King, and rapper Gunna musically muse about how they are ever in demand of “a really short flick” that’southward at nearly an hour and 40 minutes long. Not something like The Batman
with a nearly three-hour runtime.
Gunna, Pete Davidson, Simon Rex, and Chris Redd rap nigh their wish for “short-donkey movies” on ‘Sabbatum Dark Live.’
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“Three hours, 47 minutes? Bro, you must be crazy. No cheers, I’mma watch a brusque-ass movie like Driving Miss Daisy,” Davidson rapped in the bit.
Netflix responded to the video on social media this week with the caption, “Good idea,” and a link to the newly created Brusk-Donkey Movies category, where the median runtime for the listed titles is xc minutes. You’ll be searching forever if you’re looking for anything above ane hour and 40 minutes on this page.
Watch the sketch that inspired information technology all below:
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