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Fan-Made Mario Kart: The Movie Trailer

1 September 2009 6:52 PM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Another viral video has invaded the Internet and I.m glad to say that the guys responsible for this one are well deserving of the recognition. Alex Charak, Dustin Drury, and Greg Murtha are Dr. Coolsex, the sketch comedy group from New York responsible for parodies including .Jon & Kate Plus Cops!!!,. .Frat Boys Love Borat. and most recently, .Mario Kart: The Movie.. The video, which was initially posted on August 23rd, has already amassed over 400,000 views. If Nintendo ever does decide to make a film based on the popular racing game, they should take a hint from the team at Dr. Coolsex because these guys hit the nail on the head. Check out .Mario Kart: The Movie. below and click here to see the Dr. Coolsex YouTube channel. »

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Mario Kart: The Movie

25 August 2009 12:46 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Dr. Coolsex is a sketch comedy group based in New York City. Alex Charak, Dustin Drury, Ken Kosces, and Greg Murtha all met at The Upright Citizens Brigade Training Center [1] while studying sketch and improv comedy. Individually some of their credits include “As The World Turns”,  “Human Giant”, “Yo Mama!” and projects on Channel 101:ny [2]. Visit the web page [3] http://www.drcoolsex.com/index.html [4] [1] http://newyork.ucbtheatre.com/classes/ [2] http://ny.channel101.com/ [3] http://www.drcoolsex.com/index.html [4] http://www.drcoolsex.com/index.html »

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