1. "MY SUPER SWEET 16" PARODY. The main kid Will (Matt Lanter) is 25, and he wanted a sweet 16 party. Even as a non-sequitor, this is just weird.
2. THE BLATANT STUNT DOUBLES. This is something I noticed in "Epic Movie" (the martial arts sequence) and "Date Movie" (the motorcycle ride), as well as "Disaster Movie". They're obvious and right in your face, yet there's no irony and clever quip behind them. This film went all out just to show the stunt double right next to the original actor after the end of the typical dance sequence, yet the movie did nothing to make it funny outside acknowledging the stunt players.
3. JUNO'S BABY BEATING UP SARAH JESSICA PARKER. How did the baby's legs attack S.J Parker while it's still inside the womb? I get the "Zohan" reference just from Juno beating her up, but then the baby's legs come in and I just didn't get it. Oh, and Juno's water broke in an exaggerated way, yet she didn't give birth after that, which ended up being a pointless scene.
4. Kim Kardashian: "WE SAW YOUR DREAM, WILL". How? How did she saw his dream? Was she just humoring him because she didn't believe him about the premonitions in the first place? WTF?
5. THE PUPPET CHIPMUNKS. The most godawful-looking recreations of Alvin and the Chipmunks were singing showtunes, and then they suddenly broke into a satanic metal song. Up until the part where the chipmunks start attacking people's groins, I didn't hate this.
"Disaster Movie" isn't just awful, it's bizarre, bizarre, bizarre. This film has the usual suspects to berate a [blank] Movie, but the thing that annoys me the most is for a movie called "Disater Movie", there's no references to that genre. Many of the throwaway pop-culture references, celebrity look-alikes, lampooned situations, and awful puppet designs for cartoon characters are in relation to the superhero, action, animation, and fantasy genres, nothing about the disaster genre itself. No "Cloverfield", no "Armageddon", no "Volcano", not even "The Day After Tomorrow". Okay, there was one "Day" part where the city froze, but it was so brief I wouldn't even call it a reference; same for the tornado, and I wouldn't even call it a "Twister" reference. I don't think think Friedberg/Seltzer even had the budget to do actual disaster parodies. There's not a single merit this film has...except for Chris Classic's "Doin' My Thang" in the end credits; that's a very good rap song, and it's sadly exposed in the wrong movie.