Sometimes pointing out things they could have done, instead of just doing it the complicated way. How It Should Have Ended animations are the primary content of the channel. These humorously portray how a specific film should have been logically. Hishe Dubs is not the usual animations but rather dubbing the original movies key scenes. They first began with dubbing the original 'Blade Runner' movie as a way to celebrate the release of the new sequel. They always brag to each other of who's better, or who's stupid.
Top definition. Daniel proposed the idea of making short, parody animations of new endings to some of our favorite movies. Tina Alexander previously worked with Daniel on some live action short films and joined the team soon after the completion of the first animation, How Matrix Revolutions Should Have Ended. In July , www. We have also been featured as a Yahoo!
Endings for many major movies have been presented, using the tagline "sometimes movies don't finish the way we'd like". In their first animation How Star Wars should have ended was completed and soon after in July the website was established. It has also been featured as a Yahoo! Profile Pick and has appeared in both Fade In and Wired magazines. HISHE has received many positive reviews     about its animation and alternate endings to popular movies. IMDb gave it a rating of 8. The series has been a success, both in terms of views and features, which include Ricepirate, OnlyLeigh, BrotherhoodWorkshop as well as Hank and Jed.
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