Beastie Boys put out 11-minute figurine action music video

Whatever you're doing, stop doing it, RIGHT NOW. Go and watch this music video for the Beastie Boys' "Don't Play No Game that I Can't Win" pronto! It'll be the most confusing, emotional, and epic thing you'll see all day.

Director Spike Jonze of Where the Wild Things Are and executive producer of MTV's Jackass fame is at it again, working his mojo to bring this crazy smorgasbord of action figures and toys.

It's so slow that it's almost trippy, lulling you into an 11-minute trance filled with "action figures, ziplines, machine guns, humvees, explosions, heartbreak, loss, burning plastic, agony, blood, revenge, zombies, yetis, a funky sax beat, decapitation, jetpacks, bazookas, sharks, submarines, and wine coolers."

As the Gothamist points out, you'll want to watch this entire video until the very end. I wish I could spoil what's going on for you, but you'll just have to trust me. Let's see if you can even comprehend what's going on here. If you can't, don't worry, you can hit the replay button again. I've watched the video twice already, and think I need another go.

(Thanks, Loretta!)

YouTube, via Gothamist

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