A supercut of suspense-laden celluloid cat psy-ops.
A celebration of actor
John Goodman’s 61st birthday (yesterday) by Flavorwire, showcasing some spectacular fecal-misplacement from 18 films and TV shows.
Gary Oldman losing His Sh*t and Four Minutes Of Nicolas Cage Losing His Sh*t
A supercut of celluloid punch-ups, ass-kicking and general fighty mahem by
We Can Dance If We Wannoo
Eleven and a half minutes of lyrical big-ups in reply to older, grittier supercuts like Harry Hanrahan’s
100 Greatest Movie Threats Of All Time (2011) by HuffPo’s Oliver Noble.
An extremely negative montage by
All 3,741 punches from Rocky, Rocky 2, Rocky 3, Rocky 4, Rocky 5 and Rocky Balboa combined into a bifftastic 16 and a half minute supercut by
A supercut of 54 movies in which characters ‘break the fourth wall’ and acknowledge their fictionality, eitther obliquely or by addressing the audience directly.
Leigh Singer, who apologises in advance for the omission of Sam Elliot’s ‘The Stranger’ in The Big Lebowski.
Actually, it’s just a supercut of clips from all 177 episodes compiled over 2 months by editor and Dr Gregory House-nut,
diagnostician, you know.
A YouTuber going by the name ‘James Bond’ has stitched together pieces from all 22 films to create one meta film showing how formulaic the stories are but also how they have influenced the super-spy genre.