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Spoiler alert: They get together in the end.

With more than 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it's physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. In YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) Pleated Jeans, "Every Romantic Comedy Ever"

Hollywood has recycled the same generic plot for romantic comedies almost as long as there have been movies, so instead of wasting all that time sitting through those movies, just watch one instead. Spoiler alert: They get together in the end.

2) CinemaSins, "Everything Wrong With Les Miserables In 6 Minutes Or Less"

The critics don't belt out their sins, but they still find plenty to nitpick in this award-winning film. They include references to other films like The Dark Knight as they find issue with the British accents in France, a lack of explanation, and some of the live singing, among others.

3) zuziako, "Game of Thrones Opening: Buffy Style"

Game of Thrones is full of strong women and badassery, so it's only fitting for the show’s opening to be redone in the style of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, complete with the Buffy theme music.

4) Wicked Awesome Films, "Dads, I'm Straight"

Two gay dads are forced to face their worst fear and try to accept their son for who he is when he comes home with a girlfriend and big announcement: He's straight.

5) nitrorcx, "Fast & Furious 6 R/C Parody"

The Fast & Furious franchise is known for its cars and major stunts, but it’s even more entertaining when the vehicles in the latest trailer are replaced with R/C cars, motorcycles, and planes.

Photo via Pleated Jeans/YouTube

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