The article uses Horatian satire. In my experience, I haven't questioned the relation of the universes of the Godfather series. Or any trilogy, really. The value of conspiracies is inherent, and the goal of the satire is to poke fun at modern society's obsession with useless movie conspiracies, because the fact that the Godfather trilogy exists in the same narrative universe isn't a secret that needs to be revealed. I reacted by realizing that there are people who would take this seriously.
The video uses Horatian satire. My experience with Rogue One was great? But the man in the video doesn't review Rogue One, he expresses his disappointment in a Star Wars jigsaw puzzle that was released last year. The value of the Star Wars franchise itself and it's impact on our culture is inherent in the video. The satire is successful in doing the exact opposite of it's misleading title: reviewing Rogue One. My reaction is that I'd like to watch Rogue One again.
This Horatian satire jokes on how deniers do not even believe in global warming, whether it be natural or manmade. They ignore a problem that is occurring in the world today, causing one to laugh at the ignorance. As a Horatian satire, it was effective in causing a laugh at the ignorance some people can be.
This video is classified as horatian satire. My experience with the subject of lifting has been gained though football conditioning. The goal of this satire is to get people to laugh by "playing" with the common phrase "Do you even lift?" My reaction was mainly just laughing because I understand the jokes and references made in the video.
This is a horatian satire which described a conference between US Official and a Slovenian Cabbage. It satires the productivity of government officials through all these conferences and meetings. I sometimes became unproductive and do things just like "conference with cabbage". My reaction to this satire is purely amusing. The goal of this satire is to joke about conferences, and it is a successful satire.