Foo Fighters 1998

The music video features a man running into a burning building to rescue a woman's baby, another woman's dog, and finally, a picture frame of the first woman. Both the baby and the dog's eyes are blocked out to show they represent people in need everywhere. The camera follows the man throughout the video, with his face never being shown. It is presented in a continuous "long take" format, although actual transitional cuts are disguised by smoke.

5.75/104 ratings

Foo Fighters 1999

Learn to Fly takes place on a commercial airliner, parodying the movie Airplane!, and by extension, the films Airport 1975 and its sequel Airport '77. Two airline mechanics (played by Jack Black and Kyle Gass from Tenacious D) smuggle and hide their narcotics known as "World Domination brand 'Erotic' Sleeping Powder" in the coffee-maker. This ends up incapacitating everyone who drinks the coffee.

7.33/103 ratings

Foo Fighters 1996

Big Me parodies Mentos advertisements, turning them into commercials for "Footos." "We had some difficulty finding a treatment that would suit the song, which is this short, tongue-in-cheek, ridiculously candy-coated pop tune. We didn't want to make this big, pretentious portrait video. We wanted to make fun of ourselves and the song," David Grohl explained.

5.5/104 ratings