Smash Mouth 1999

All Star features Steve Harwell rescuing a dog from a burning building and lifting a bus off a pageant queen. The video was produced to promote the film Mystery Men and features cameos from Ben Stiller, William H. Macy, Kel Mitchell, and Dane Cook.

6/104 ratings

OK Go 2016

The music video for "Upside Down & Inside Out" features the band moving about in zero gravity created by the parabolic flight path of a reduced-gravity aircraft in concert with the song, performing various stunts otherwise impossible at normal gravity, including the use of props such as laptop computers and tablets, dozens of balls, and paint-filled balloons.

6.5/104 ratings

OK Go 2011

In the music video, the performing members of Pilobolus 7 and Ok Go are in sea-foam green jumpsuits. The entire video was performed on top of a steel and plexiglass platform with a projector capturing the images below. Google Chrome commissioned the music video as a Chrome Experiment for HTML5.

5.25/104 ratings

Weezer 2008

Many YouTube celebrities joined with the band to film in the video. The video shares some thematic similarities with the music video for the Barenaked Ladies single "Sound of Your Voice," which also featured multiple YouTube celebrities.

6.33/103 ratings

OK Go 2006

Here It Goes Again features an elaborate performance of the band dancing on eight treadmills, arranged in two rows of four and alternating opposite directions, in a single continuous take.

8.78/109 ratings

Jonas Brothers 2008

The music video premiered on the Disney Channel in summer 2008. In it, the band members imagine their different roles in possible music videos. Selena Gomez, David Carradine, Danny Trejo, and others make cameos. Spike Jonze's 1994 video for Sabotage by the Beastie Boys was an inspiration.

7.25/104 ratings

Blink-182 1999

All the Small Things parodies various pop videos produced by several artists such as the Backstreet Boys ("I Want It That Way"), 'N Sync ("Tearin' Up My Heart"), 98 Degrees, Sugar Ray, Britney Spears ("Sometimes"), Westlife, Christina Aguilera ("Genie in a Bottle"), Ricky Martin and Five.

7.67/106 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

Weezer 1994

Buddy Holly features Weezer performing at the original Arnold's Drive-In diner from Happy Days. The video combined contemporary footage of the band with clips from the show. Happy Days cast member Al Molinaro made a cameo appearance in the video. Al plugs his hometown, Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the introduction.

8/108 ratings