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Following up their 100 best one liners made before a kill in movies, Burger Fiction has now done it up with the magically hilarious lines people say right after an on-screen kill. There is so much Arnold in here, it makes me happy. I guess, a lot of James Bond too. And Bruce Willis.
Swearing has an important place in our language, but it’s not always the most elegant form of speech. So for producers of family-friendly movies, it’s always difficult to fill the gaps where an adult-size f-bomb would go. This supercut showcases some of the more creative fillers from over the years.
The new Star Wars movie is coming out and the entire world will stop to see what is going on in a galaxy far, far away. But because most of us have forgotten what happened in the two Star Wars trilogies before this new flick, we need a quick catch up onto what’s going on. Eclectic Method have summarized all 6 movies…
Some people dedicate their lives to doing good by like, building houses and killing mosquitos and being a doctor and making sure people can get water or something. Other people dedicate their lives to a much simpler cause that is totally different but is absolutely still improving the world around us: by punching as…
Here’s something fun and super silly: Burger Fiction created this supercut of a bunch of weird weapons used in movies. We’re talking guitar case flamethrowers, guitar case rocket launchers, ladders, fork fingers, carrots, vinyl records, paintbrushes and so much more. It’s great because there are both serious movies…
There’s a stupid obsession with the 90’s that’s weird because the 90’s were pretty boring and really just speaks to our base desires of wanting to re-live childhood because all of us are old and slowly deteriorating into dust. But still, even cold hearted me can appreciate this supercut of Disney movies from the 90’s.
Don't watch this excellent compilation video of Pixar movies if you have work you want to get done or plans for fun in the next few days. Because after you watch it, you'll want to re-watch every single Pixar movie that has ever been made immediately. Just kidding, you'll want to watch every Pixar movie except for Cars
I you were anywhere near a TV set in the eighties, you will shed a tear of nostalgia watching this supercut—edited by Robert Jones—that compiles some of the most famous teen movies of that decade.
Star Wars: A New Hope hit theaters in 1977—the same year that Apple moved from a garage to a real office building and Microsoft hired its first official employees. And the fact that it came out as consumer computers were truly hitting the mainstream shows.
Nothing rings in the new years like explosions and fireworks and countdowns and mind sacrificing hangovers earned during silly festivities. This supercut video by Screen Junkies has most of that from movies like Star Wars and Tropic Thunder and more. You can save the hangover for tomorrow.
I'm a big fan of Conan O'Brien (and Andy Richter) and this supercut of his show at TBS is a great sample of their particular brand of hilarious absurd humor.
I can't imagine the amount of hours Dutch editor Matthijs Vlot spent making this: A fantastic supercut that transforms bits of Breaking Bad dialogue into a cohesive rap song that actually makes sense.
Oh man. I almost couldn't get through this video because the non stop crunch of bones breaking in these fight scenes got to me. Even though I know full well that movies aren't real and that all these broken bones are just visual tricks and sound effects, I still cringed. A lot.
If you haven't watched True Detective yet, first, what the heck is wrong with you. And second, you should probably stay away from this absolutely fantastic video, Landscapes from Louisiana by Jaume R. Lloret, that stitches together the general shots from this most excellent TV show. For everyone else, go ahead.
I don't know the scientific reason why broken things sometimes get fixed when you hit them but the truth is that this seems to be the case. Duncan Robson put together this neat supercut using movie scenes of people doing just that, transforming them into the drum track of a song.
When I think back on watching Star Wars as a kid, I remember it as a pretty tame. After all, those stormtroopers had terrible aim. Turns out that maybe I'm misremembering. That original trilogy was kind of a bloodbath, and this supercut from Digg turns it into a tidy little 3-minute snuff film.
It seems that when you play the Game of Thrones, you win or you die... probably of alcohol poisoning, judging by the amount of booze that gets necked in this wine-themed supercut.
A person's eyes can express so much. That's why directors hone in on them in crucial scenes of movies. That's why you can just see the eyes of a great actor and immediately know what movie you're watching. That's why this supercut about eyes is so fun to watch, it's just famous scene after famous scene.
Few people make killing people look as entertainingly graphic and creatively brutal as Quentin Tarantino does in his movies. All of his films, from Reservoir Dogs to Django, are notorious for violent deaths that sometimes number in the hundreds. Watch them all in this supercut by Jaume R. Lloret.