In honor of Independence Day when we celebrate all things America, people on Twitter are creating ultra-American versions of our favorite movies.

The results are hilarious. Using the hashtag #MakeAFilmAwesomelyAmerican, peopleare adding the best spins on everything from “Wall-E” to “Gone With The Wind.”

If these super American movies actually existed, we’d have the best Fourth of July movie marathon in the making.

It’s not that difficult to make some iconic American movies sound even more American, of course.

Some movies just needed a reference to Donald Trump.

And others just needed an American dessert.

America’s history wasn’t forgotten, of course.

This would be a much better version than the original “War of the Worlds.”

Wondering how this spin would change the ending?

Nerdyand historical.


Ashton Kutcher would be awesome in this.

Thiswould be the perfect American tale.

What’s more American than hot dogs and Quentin Tarantino?

For the record, I would pay money to see all of these. Take note, Hollywood.

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One man’s snack food is another man’s art.

Instagram user cheesecurlsofinstagram captures Cheetos that have been uniquely gnarled to look like distinctive people and objects. The untrained eye may see a common cheese curl, but at just the right angle, you’ll find a work of art.

The photographer began his delicious journey when he found a “Sasquatch” in a bag of cheese curls. The rest is history.

The cheese curls he finds span all subjects from pop culture, such as the Cheeto Great Gonzo, to current events, such as the Cheeto Pope Francis. Every photo is given a clever caption for followers who don’t quite see the resemblance at first glance.

In a world where people see images of Jesus in their toast, it’s not that far-fetched to imagine seeing people in your Cheetos bags too.

More cheese curl art can be seen by following cheesecurlsofinstagram on Instagram.