Fantastic example of how, once you give yourself over to magical thinking, the walls of reality come crashing down and you can talk yourself into believing very weird, paranoid things.
This guy seems to think that mis-remembering common movie quotes means that reality has magically shifted into an alternate dimension or something. "On a personal note," he says, "I'm very into astrology." He also explains that he can tell your astrological sign by looking at your 'bone structure.' Uh huh.
He spouts of a couple of examples of movie quotes which he claims are evidence of some kind of magical shift in reality.
1. Field of Dreams: "If you build it, he will come." is the movie quote. He claims it used to be "If you build it, THEY will come."
2. Forrest Gump: "Like was like a box of chocolates." He claims it used to be "Life IS like a box of chocolates."
3. Star Wars (ESB): He claims that Vader's line is supposed to be "Luke, I am your father" instead of "No, I am your father."
And trust me...Vader's line was always "No...I am your father." If anybody would know, you know..?
He reasons in his video that this is a sure sign that the universe has undergone some kind of dimensional shift that has altered reality. If you remember it the correct way (like I do) he explains that I'm 'native' to this reality, so not a part of 'his reality'.
This is apparently a better explanation than people just remembering famous movie quotes in understandably slightly incorrect ways. (For example, in Casablanca, nobody ever says "Play it again, Sam." In Star Trek, nobody every says "Beam me up, Scotty.")
So yeah...magic, I guess.