spoofy

spoofy

(ˈspuːfɪ)
adj, spoofier or spoofiest
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) informal in the nature of a spoof; jokey or parodic
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It's a spoofy take on a comedy and the cliches that are usually associated with funny films," said Sanon in an interview with Gulf News tabloid!.
FullMetal Alchemist: The Complete Four-Panel Comics presents the cast of the popular manga in zany, spoofy comic strips.
Since commercials and their tag lines were talked and joked about offscreen, Dolphy correctly guessed that viewers would welcome spoofy references to them in his new movies, because the references made were so fresh and trendy.
This Epilogue, it must be said, takes total leave of its senses, cheerfully giving in to Congdon's spoofy nonsense--gibberishimus Latinimns sung to Oriol's catchy music.
That kind of elaborate set-piece is par for the course in cartoons (animators don't need to worry about special effects) -- but the film also goes in for mad flights of fancy and spoofy verbal humour.
MTV used Interlude to produce "Choose Your Own Murder," an interactive video promoting the recently premiered "Scream" horror series, based on the spoofy movie franchise.
Mandar's story is by turns spoofy, silly and often ( deliberately) disgusting, but mostly too lazy to engross.
Tickets to the spoofy comedy are available for purchase now through screenbooker.com then search for Birthday Crashers.
The web has a spoofy resource that shows what could be done.
S.'s variant "deconstruction" was so problematic, so satiric and spoofy, a carefree genre in its own space and time.
Not to miss the masaledaar interview and Q & A section where Mantra would be doing a seriously spoofy interview with a topical B-town celebrity, enacted by the comedians which will surely make you guffaw.
The spoofy ambience is painted in believable shades.