Every month, The Occasional saves you the trouble of sifting through the app store and recommends the one you must download.
ABOUT THE APP: Shazam for Kazaam
Tells you whether or not you’re currently watching the 1996 Shaquille O’Neal film, Kazaam (89% accurate). New features in latest update: Share results on Facebook, Twitter, and Grindr. Locate the nearest Blockbuster location that would have once rented Kazaam and films like it.
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Use it Constantly
I used to rely on mere guesswork to determine whether or not I was watching the movie Kazaam. Now I’m Shazam-for- Kazaaming three to four times a week and loving it!
I’ve gotten my confidence back
I used to always look foolish in front of women and coworkers by wrongly declaring “This movie is Kazaam” when I was actually watching Aladdin or Blue Chips or just looking out the window at a very tall man. This app has been a game-changer for me. My newfound confidence in what is and isn’t Kazaam has led to a big promotion at work and tons more stamina in the sack.
Racist App! Thinks Stringer Bell actor is Shaq!!!
My coworker was watching what turned out to be the trailer for the Nelson Mandela biopic, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. After Shazam-for-Kazaaming it, I foolishly said, "Hey, Kazaam! I love this movie!" This incident coupled with my two previous racially charged infractions, ended up getting me fired from my job.
This article was originally published November 2013