It's not that unreasonable to imagine New York's renowned landmarks peppered with roller coasters. Times are tough, you know? Maybe the Empire State Building could get a little extra income from a high speed ride. After all, Vegas' Stratosphere tower already has a couple. They know how to roll.
Well Argentinian filmmaker Fernando Livschitz already made a video reimagining Buenos Aires' skyline as an amusement park, and now he's done the same with New York's. Using creatively repurposed roller coasters from Coney Island's Luna Park, the result is a lot of fun and probably not nearly as terrifying as an actual pirate ship ride on the side of the Brooklyn Bridge would be.