LeBron James, You Have No Soul
If you saw LeBron James’ ESPN special The Decision without Mel’s moment-by-moment reaction audio, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Apparently, Mel’s a Cleveland Cavaliers fan and he’s absolutely enraged that LeBron is heading to South Beach next season. No, LeBron isn’t leaving because he’s afraid of Mel. It’s because he “has no soul.”
Former A-Lister Calls Former Governor
Disgraced Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich, whose voice was made famous in wiretapped conversations that caught him hawking President Obama’s senate seat, is preoccupied with his own issues when Mel gives him a ring. But is his quaff really as provocative a fashion statement as Mel says it is? Let’s just be thankful that this mashup is censored, because if Mel and Blago have anything in common, it’s their filthy mouths.
Dora Doesn’t Want to Explore Mel’s Anger
Mel’s rant gets the Saturday morning cartoon treatment in this mashup with Dora the Explorer. Watch as Dora’s monkey-friend Boots reacts to Mel verbally abusing his best friend. When Dora’s heard enough, she slams the phone down. Playtime with Mel is officially over.
Liam Neeson Threatens Mel
Mashing up some lesser-known sound bites from the Mel rant with this famous scene from Taken leads to an explosive spoof. Liam may not know who Mel is, but he has a special set of skills that will help him find and kill Mel.
Mel Makes His No. 1 Fan Führer-ious
The Downfall Hitler meme was inevitably going to collide with the Mel Gibson rants. By adding subtitles to the final scene of the German movie—subititles that profess Hitler’s love of Mel’s work, Apocalypto—the audio chronicles of Mel hit a new low. Or a hilarious high.
Customer Service and Mel Have Zero Spiritual Ground
The laundry list of people Mel Gibson has insulted is fairly long, but those hailing from the subcontinent of India remain untouched by his wrath. Until now. Mel calls a customer service line and asks for some…help, only to lose it when he finds out that it’s not included in the mobile account service.
Batman vs. Braveheart: Clash of the Rants
In this clash of the audio-recorded titans, Christian Bale and Mel spar over who can yell louder and drop more F-bombs in a span of two minutes—using audio from Bale’s infamous rampage on the set of Terminator Salvation. Which actor damages his career more? It’s Mel in a landslide.
Don’t Answer the Phone, It’s Mel Gibson
Mel’s panting coalesces with the background music from Scream to create the perfect horror soundtrack. Unfortunately for Drew Barrymore, this means that a psychopathic Mel Gibson is threatening to drive to her house if she hangs up. Now would be the time to scream.
Mel Revives Career in Phone Booth
Mel’s rant is looped into this scene from Phone Booth, where Colin Farrell spends the entire movie held hostage at a public payphone. Resident Hollywood bad-boy Farrell isn’t about to take any nonsense from Mel as he fires back an attack against Mel’s failing acting career.
Team Jacob, Team Edward, Team Mel?
Kristen Stewart is used to having werewolves and vampires fight for her affection in the Twilight series. And maybe in 1995 when Mel was decked out in face paint and a kilt in Braveheart things would’ve been different. But up against Taylor Lautner and Robert Pattinson, Mel not only doesn’t have a chance—he may have cause to watch his back.
Rant Dance Remix
Mel’s original rant doesn’t have much rhythm to it—but here it gets the full remix treatment. Something tells us this song won’t be the club hit of the summer of 2010.
Mel Terrorizes Old Lady
If there’s one person Mel shouldn’t have crossed paths with, it’s this 82-year-old woman. Granny doesn’t respond well to abusive behavior. “Would you go straight to hell and quit calling me?”
The Telelphone: A Lethal Weapon
Being a cop is tough for Martin Riggs, Mel’s character in the Lethal Weapon series. In this clip, he calls his partner Roger Murtaugh with an unusual request.
Hate the Muppets? Mel Does
Mel has some serious issues with Miss Piggy’s appearance in this video. “You go around sashaying around in your tight clothes,” he yells at her, provoking her defiant response that modeling is her life. The only obvious question: Where is Kermit?