I think the video fails.
So somebody puts together a video that obviously took them some time and required the cooperation of several others solely for people's potential enjoyment. His video was of good quality and did nothing to provoke or offend or criticize anyone, and you come in here with unnecessarily harsh words and branding it with the much-overused "it fails" critique.
There's no need to be such a jerk; would you treat someone like this if, say, they were presenting this little project for an intro to editing class or the like? But I suppose it's useless preaching to a 'net-hardened denizen like yourself, whose vitriol's potency lies in a combination of his perceived distance and anonymity from the target.