I know this article is over 3 years old, but I love it and the scenes and text boxes are distinctly from an NES game I played as a kid: Star Trek 25th Anniversary Edition.
[Tommy spills M&M's all over the dashboard]
Richard: Oh, that sounds good. Melted chocolate inside the dash, that really ups the resale value.
Tommy: I think you'll be okay here, they have a thin candy shell. Surprised you didn't know that.
Richard: I think your brain has a thick candy shell.
Tommy: Your... Your brain has the shell on it.
Richard: Are you talking?
Tommy: Shut up, Richard.
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Are we being trolled? I feel like we're being trolled.
I mean, it works? But I can't imagine how shaky the footage would be. The editing in the video seems to cover up most of the shot. Maybe the image stabilization in the phone can compensate? I would just hold the phone with my hands and shift my body from right-to-left rather than stick it to a pizza cutter WITH RUBBER BANDS.
However, that being said, maybe this could be an option if you wanted to get a shot of a pizza cutter slicing pizza from that angle? Still probably wouldn't be useable footage.