Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, and other celebrities urge you to vote in this self-parodying video
Once every four years, we the people are graced with a self-righteous display unlike any other: the celebrities-nag-you-about-voting video. From the 1990s venture Rock the Vote to Sean "Diddy" Combs' Vote or Die movement, which originated in 2005, all the way down to the "oh, yes, they were famous once" cameos in this combative 2008 plea and 2012's bad-jokey pitch, the quadrennial lecture from famous people is a crucial part of election-year cheer.
So, while the 2016 election may seem like one that is unlike any other, fret not: The rich and famous are back again, and this year, they're self-aware! Check out the self-parodying video below, courtesy of the Save the Day movement. You can come for the jokes, but stay for James Franco's awful mustache. Kimberly Alters