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The ratio of people screaming "NOOOOO!!!!!!" in movies to people screaming "NOOOOO!!!!!" in real life is extremely high. In a 2005 study, scientists from Harvard University concluded that this number was roughly 12.7 to 1,* though each scientist individually claimed that he or she had never met anyone who screamed no for more than the quarter-second it takes to say the word normally.** Get More »
Have you ever noticed that Disney movies, for being Disney movies, are actually pretty violent? And not just in a lighthearted way, either; for every "Mickey playfully smashes a friend with the lower part of his fist on the top of his head," there's a "The Beast is brutally shot in the spine with a bow and arrow." Ow.
I'll tell you who noticed it, if you didn't: a bored video editor, that's who. And as a result, we have a fun 85 second supercut of all the incidences of violence in every Disney movie, embedded at the top for your sick, masochistic enjoyment. Get More »
One of the most ubiquitous aspects of every 30 second trailer for "The Great Gatsby" is the brief clip of Leonardo DiCaprio (as Gatsby himself) savagely screaming in the face of Nick Carraway (fellow "Pussy Posse" member Tobey Maguire). We as viewers of the preview don't know what he's yelling about, but that's ok, because we all understand that this is what Mr. DiCaprio does in all of his movies. The words "inside voice" mean nothing to the guy. Get More »
It's been the week of "Iron Man" (well, "Iron Man 3," specifically), and for proof, you need look no further than its $175 million opening weekend at the domestic box office. For those not in the know, $175 million is, um, a lot of money. It did well, so to speak.
Feeling the "Iron Man" mojo running through the veins of the populace himself, editor/talented person/talented person with too much time on his hands Mike Helm constructed an insanely well-done supercut remix of all three "Iron Man" movies to the tune of Black Sabbath's "Crazy Train." Get More »
Boston, you've had a hell of a week. This one's for you.
The great capital of Massachusetts has been trapped in its own horror movie upon last week's terrorist acts at the Boston Marathon and the subsequent city-wide manhunt for the suspects. Thankfully, it looks like the nightmare has ended and Boston can go back to being the greatest city in New England without serving as the unwilling host to those who would look to do it and its citizens harm.
As a tribute to Beantown, the wizards at Film.com have conjured this mashup that highlights some of Boston's great moments in the movies, with scenes from "Gone Baby Gone," "The Last Detail," "Good Will Hunting," "Legally Blonde," "The Fighter," "The Social Network" and many more. Oh, and Cliff from "Cheers" provides some Wikipedia-esque narration as well.
We think you'll like dem apples. Enjoy.
From the files of "Minute-long videos that likely took significantly longer than one minute to create," above we have a supercut of film characters teaming up to count down from 50 to 1. Why? Well, let me ask you this: why not? This is 'Merica, and people (namely, the appropriately monikered "supercutonline") can make random supercut videos in their free time if they so choose.
And if you haven't yet learned to count — we all have secrets — what better way to learn than Harry Potter and Legolas shouting numbers at you without any other context? What if we all learned to count this way? How much of a better place would the world be? It's fair to consider. Get More »
Every time Joel and Ethan Coen sit down to work on a new script, they don't start with plot structure or character, they don't start with an outline, and they don't start with a brief overview of the ultimate goal of the main character.
No, they start with the descriptive action line of, "A FAT MAN is screaming about something," and work their way out from there. Or at least, that's what this supercut originally discovered by our brosephs at CinemaBlend would have you believe, and after six minutes of fat dudes screaming, it's a theory that you may find difficult to argue. Get More »
Have you ever sat around with your friends and asked, "Hey, Desmond (IMPORTANT NOTE: you have a friend name Desmond), have you ever wondered, if you added up the length of time in all of Woody Allen's movies that he stammered, exactly how long that video would be?" And then Desmond was like, "You're weird, man, I gotta go"?
Well Desmond, the joke's on you, because that video exists now, and the answer is 44 minutes and 21 seconds. Indeed, as our older step-brothers at the Huffington Post discovered, the internet wins again, as someone actually did make a supercut of every stammer — EVERY stammer — in every Woody Allen movie. And (breaking news) Woody stammers a lot. Get More »
For being such a low-key, mild-mannered gentleman off-camera, Gary Oldman sure loses his s**t pretty often in movies, doesn't he? It almost feels as if we've been yelled at by Gary Oldman as much as anyone else in our lives.
That's what our acquaintances at Laughing Squid discovered with the embedded video above, which is, you guessed it, a supercut of Gary Oldman losing his s**t in movies. (If you are at work and wish to watch, please keep in mind that Gary's characters sometimes say bad words — and by sometimes, we of course mean "always.") Get More »
It's the morning after Valentine's Day, love is in the air, and… bees are in your mouth? AKK!
Tony Todd's "Candyman" is just one of several ghouls delivering "Cinema's Most Disturbing Smooches," courtesy of editor Oliver Noble and those inebriated reprobates at FilmDrunk.
This holiday-appropriate mashup features more cringe-inducing PDAs than a Roman vomitorium, whether it's some human-on-mallard action from "Howard The Duck," Christopher Walken's headless horseman taking a bite out of crime in "Sleepy Hollow," or Chuck Heston saying no to gun control and self control as he plants a hot one on a "Planet of the Apes" resident.
The final clip is a tip-o'-the-hat to one of science fiction's most famously incestuous magic moments, so sit back, give yourself a little spray of Banaca, and enjoy these seriously lousy liplocks.