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Apple Maps Get Parodied with Classic Movies [VIDEOS]

The iPhone 5 is out and one of the features is Apple Maps. These maps have come under fire from iPhone users for being to difficult to use. As with anything these days, it deserved a parody. But not just one is enough!

In the first clip, The Shining gets parodied with Jack Nicholson’s character looking for Danny. The Hunger Games gets its shining moment in the second parody and The Dark Knight is used for the final clip.

I must say, these are quite clever and made me chuckle. I’m just thankful Siri doesn’t really call you a moron because she would be screaming at me constantly!

 

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