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For those of you who aren't necessarily as sensitive as we are, seeing The White House — the bastion of American freedom — blown to smithereens onscreen can be a real treat. But it's been a common trope in American film for years, which isn't to say that filmmakers are hellbent on turning terrorist attacks into campy fodder, but stranger things have happened. Get More »
Suffice it to say, there is no one like Al Pacino. From "Scarface" to "Serpico," "Dog Day Afternoon" to "Scent of a Woman," he is the actor's actor, a one-man powerhouse who has clocked over a half-dozen Oscar nominations, and whose performance are always unshakable (and, yes, we've forgiven him for "Jack and Jill." Ish). Get More »
No holiday can go by these days without seeing its share of timing-specific supercuts. And, of course, that includes Easter, the holiday that reminds us that colored eggs are delicious, the best candy gets released in spring, and giant bunnies (well, bunnies of all kinds, but, specifically, giant bunnies) are to be treasured across time. Get More »
If you just had lunch, you may want to quietly escort yourself off the internet right about now.
That's because it's time for the most unholy of mash-ups: the Ultimate Movie Vomit Mashup. Or, as we call it for short, the Throw-Up Mashup.
Featuring choice chunks from "Stand By Me," "The Exorcist," "Clueless" and many, many more, vomit enthusiasts may find it hard to keep their excitement down about this one...or their lunches.
Check out the mashup above, see if you can ID every scene, then yak to us about it in the comments or on Twitter!
Anyone who does karate knows that there is a very specific niche for its practice in film, and everything else is garbage. No, really, it's true! Slacktory took notice of how poorly karate is treated on film (and on TV), and packed it all into one neat supercut. Get More »
Whoa ... we had forgotten about the Poison Ivy auction scene (which featured the appearance of the "Batman Forever" credit card) in "Batman & Robin." Yeesh.
Still, an unfortunate bit of Bat-history shouldn't keep you from participating in the Ultimate Movie Auction, a fast-paced, big-money mashup that collects several on-screen auction moments to create one mega-auction scene, complete with several different kinds of currency, conflicting stereo vs. mono sound mixes and at least two appearances by a cranky-looking Cary Grant. You can't lose!
Thanks to our auctioneers at Film.com for this decades-spanning look at big-screen bidding.
Have you ever wanted to just sit down and watch every single movie that's ever won the Academy Award for Best Picture? Well, now you can ... in a considerably abbreviated sense, anyway.
Digital filmmaker Nelson Carvajal has created the ultimate checklist for your Netflix queue with this elegant supercut that journeys through the history of the Oscars via every consecutive Best Picture winner, from William A. Wellman's "Wings" in 1927 to Michel Hazanavicius' "The Artist" in 2012 (being bookended by two silent black and white movies makes this montage all the classier). What better way to prepare for Sunday's 85th Annual Academy Awards than by reviewing the 84 incarnations that have come before it?
And the thanks goes to The Playlist for the find.
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.
They say nice guys finish last, but what about the funny ones? Comedy superstar Will Ferrell proves that laughs will get you everywhere in this supercut that details all the times Ferrell got to lock lips with pretty ladies. And there are a lot of them: Zooey Deschanel, Jenna Fischer, Christina Applegate, and the list goes on...
Okay, sure, so there's a dog, too. And, okay, an old woman. And, fine, there's a basketball, too, but that doesn't erase the fact that the dude planted his lips of Genesis Rodriguez. And, yes, the list also includes an epic makeout with Sacha Baron Cohen, but, really, isn't one Borat worth five Leslie Bibbs? That's how that math works, right?
Conclusion? Keep the jokes coming, fellas. It could do a body good.
Hey, do you know that wonderful feeling of elation when you simply cannot express how fantastic it is to…
*GETS HIT BY A BUS*
Peel yourself off the asphalt, because you have twelve minutes of non-stop human squashitude to relish like the masochist you are, thanks to editor Harry Hanrahan's "Hit By a Bus* - The Supercut."
There's an asterisk next to the title because there's a couple car accidents, a truck and at least one tiny parking enforcement vehicle thrown in for good measure in scenes taken from the likes of "Mean Girls," some "Final Destination," etc.
While we're sure he probably forgot a few (there's a particularly great one of Damian Lewis getting plowed into in "Dreamcatcher") you should consider this cliche supercut fairly extensive. After you watch enough of this human roadkill porn, you may find yourself asking, "Is that the same bus I just saw a minute ago?"