A movie's first and last scene, compared side-by-side (NSFW)

We’ve seen film editor Jacob T. Swinney juxtapose the first and last shot of a movie before. Now he’s back again, comparing how 70 more movies open and close. Obviously there may be some vague-ish spoilers in some of the closing shots and a few of the scenes in this cut are NSFW but it’s really interesting just to see… »10/01/15 12:00am10/01/15 12:00am

10 of the most iconic movie endings in film history

Let’s get this out of the way. If you haven’t seen the movies on this list, you’re going to get spoiled. That’s because it’s a list from Watch Mojo that details what they think is the 10 most iconic endings of all time. Luckily though, you should have probably seen all these movies. Or at least know their endings,… »8/19/15 2:33am8/19/15 2:33am

Famous Hollywood movie scenes recreated with stock footage are hilarious

Who needs big budgets for blockbuster movies when you can just pull generic stock footage to hilariously recreate all the key scenes? It's beautiful, really. Dissolve made this ad to promote their stock footage library and came up with a bunch of popular movies: The Matrix, Forrest Gump, Lion King and so on. »9/10/14 8:51pm9/10/14 8:51pm

Can You Guess the Movies That These Lego Models Are Recreating?

This is so fun. Amazing Lego artist Nick Desimone recreated famous movies and TV shows using Lego bricks. The minimalist style of his work will sometimes make you second guess yourself but Desimone's art is such a perfect imagination of the movies that you'll eventually see what he wants you to see. »7/31/13 11:41pm7/31/13 11:41pm

Classic Photographs Recreated With Lego Blocks Are Inspiring, Amazing

I dare say I've actually been inspired by Lego blocks this morning, and, quite possibly, these classic scenes from human history could make self-described fanatic Jesus Diaz weep—just a little. There's Jeff Widener's 1989 photograph of "The unknown rebel" at Tiananmen square; and Joe Rosenthal's 1945 photograph… »6/08/08 1:00pm6/08/08 1:00pm