“Gravity” in IKEA

If you have: a) seen “Gravity,” and b) ever experienced the intentionally baffling maze of an IKEA store, you will chortle at this spoof trailer. It’s called “IKEA,” and it does an alarmingly good job of conveying the inherent danger in any trip to that store — the danger that we might never get out.

The final line of dialogue just killed me. If Alfonso Cuarón does direct this movie, I am so buying a ticket.


About Fletcher DeLancey

Socialist heathen and Mac-using author of the Chronicles of Alsea, who enjoys pondering science, politics, well-honed satire (though sarcastic humor can work, too) and all things geeky.
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9 Responses to “Gravity” in IKEA

  1. Power Wench says:

    HAHAHAHAAAA!! As probably the last person on the planet who hasn’t ever visited an IKEA store, I’ve been thinking I should check one out. Now I’m not sure.

  2. xenatuba says:

    This is just too funny. And WAY too close to true.

  3. Liam says:

    I despise Ikea. It is like being locked inside a noisy Rubiks Cube with a full bladder.

  4. Sandra Berry says:

    The movie, Gravity, is incredible—everything about it. If you can see it in Real 3D over there it’s worth paying more to do so. It’s the closest I’ll ever get to the feeling of being in outer-space. Can’t say enough about Sandra Bullock. My knuckles remained white from gripping the arm-rests until i got home.

  5. Sandra Berry says:

    P.S. I’ve been to IKEA once. Not that impressed but I guess we’re too spoiled here with so many stores to choose from. i prefer smaller stores.

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