Category Archives: Film

A New York Times documentary short by Esteban Arrangoiz in which we meet Julio César Cú Cámara – a man who finds Zen-like fulfilment in his job – diving down into the sewers and water treatment plants of Mexico City to clear blockages and reduce the risk of floods.

It’s a s- job but someone’s gotta do it, a flush of pride, career panning out well, regular work and so forth.


You’ve seen the Avengers: Endgame trailer and yes, it’s all very exciting. Except for one glaring omission: Deadpool playing every role.

An oversight now remedied in this reworking by Mightyraccoon!.


Footage of Paris recorded between 1896 and 1900 by pioneering fraternal filmmakers, Auguste and Luis Lumière, stabilised, foley sound added and slowed to natural rate by videographer Guy Jones.

0:08 – Notre-Dame Cathedral (1896)

0:58 – Alma Bridge (1900)

1:37 – Avenue des Champs-Élysées (1899)

2:33 – Place de la Concorde (1897)

3:24 – Passing of a fire brigade (1897)

3:58 – Tuileries Garden (1896)

4:48 – Moving walkway at the Paris Exposition (1900)

5:24 – The Eiffel Tower from the Rives de la Seine à Paris (1897)

Previously: New York City In 1911


A supercut by The Back Focus of multiple variations in TV and movie scenes in which one character thanks another as they walk away.

Hey, before you go, though.



Vanity Fair maps ‘every Marvel cinematic moment in New York City’ from the awakening of Steve Rogers to the Vulture/Spiderman showdown.