UHF

Music Video: UHF

Artisit: "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:07

  • Copyright: "Weird Al" Yankovic

Music Video For UHF By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

Reviews For UHF By Artist "Weird Al" Yankovic

  • Get the movie

    4
    By darth_lorenzo
    Weird Al is the best. His songs are all hilarious, and so are his music videos, but please itunes, please, get the movie! It's the greatest thing ever, and more places need to recgonize it! Press Yes if you agree!
  • GET The Movie!!!

    3
    By SebastianTheArtist
    iTunes,Get The UHF Movie!!! PLEASE!!!
  • where is the movie?

    5
    By McChickenwing_98
    i like the movie uhf they really need to come out with it
  • The soundtrack to my life.

    5
    By Stefi-Ray
    Weird al yankovic is the soundtrack to my life. I grew up listening to the parodies and oringinal stuff. You have been making me laugh since i was 7 years old. UHF is one great song and a funny movie. I live by these words too: Dare to be stupid.
  • They got it all on UHF!!!

    5
    By MADKC4Ever
    UHF is the best movie ever created, starring Weird Al Yankovic! It's kind of hard to find, but its so worth seeing!!! :D And this is the best music video for it!!! He parodys so many people in this!! Prince, ZZ Top, Guns N Roses, the Beatles, just to name a few. so if you liked UHF, Weird Al, or any of the people he parodys, you gotta get this!
  • truly entertaining

    5
    By JAKENATOR
    HAHAHHAHA I love the "Guns N Roses" Parody in this video, Al is so talented!!!
  • UHF rocks

    5
    By polincman
    This video is one of his funniest. What's up with the mustached girls? It's funny, just enjoy.
  • Movie Buster

    5
    By cannadyfamily4412
    It was like epic movie put to music, with the rambo and indiana jones. But watch the movie!! Can NOT believe they don't have it
  • Parody at it's best

    5
    By Fuzzymime
    This is a parody of all things 80's in this video. If I remember right, the women with the moustaches are from a Robert Palmer music video. Maybe it was "addicted to love". Everything from pop culture, game shows, music videos, and more are included in this smart and clever video. If you remember the 80's, then most of the inside jokes are for you.
  • Old School

    4
    By Usulnet
    I feel a bit bad for some of the reviews on Al's videos. The things that occur in this video aren't random, they are all spoofs on music video or pop culture references at the time. I'm 30 but I remember all these videos, the girls with the moustache was based on "Simply Irresistable" by Robert Palmer, had the chic girls like that in the video and Al just put moustaches on them. Either way I think they can be funny without knowing their original context. I think he should do a DVD at some point where you can watch all the original content he spoofs then his videos so younger people can enjoy these. The videos are worth the purchase though.

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