But not in a good way.
We love a good movie supercut video, and this year’s best one comes from Sleepy Skunk, who’s cut together the best moments from 2015’s films.
Batman has had almost as long a history of appearances on the big screen as he has had in his 75 years of comic book adventures - and this great supercut by video editor Jacob T. Swinney charts the characterisation of the Dark Knight across decades of cinematic incarnations pretty succinctly.
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.
Someone with a bunch of DVDs and lot of spare time just made a supercut of what appears to be every single table flip in cinema. It's hard to know if the video does actually show them all, but it's still a blast to watch. Because: (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻
Turns out, the American motion picture and music recording industry loves weed just as much the rest of us do. For more than 60 years, weed's been getting name-dropped in pop culture—from early propaganda videos like Reefer Madness to more recent celebrations of stoner culture like Half Baked. Eclectic method…
Along with memes and animated GIFs, the video supercut constitutes one of the three most fundamental formats of Internet cultural reference. But with a bit of dedication and imagination, you could create the next Christopher Walken Dancing.
If you're a true film buff, you can watch this montage without fear, because of course you've seen every Oscar winner for Best Picture. But even if you haven't seen them all, it's still worth watching as a beautiful ode to cinema.
Pull up those leg warmers and comb out your Selleck-stache, we're about to take a bitchin' ride down to Nostalgia Town with this homageriffic supercut of the best action the '80's (and 1991 for some reason) had to offer.
Just admit it. Sometimes you're jogging in the park or you're on the treadmill and you visualize yourself running in slow motion. Sweat pouring off you, hair swinging, face contorted as you fight for your goal. It's pretty epic.
Scoff as we may, we've all been there before. One of your gadgets starts acting up and, even though you know it's wrong, banging on it with your fists just feels so right. Why, even TV and movie people do it—a lot, actually. Vimeo user Duncan Robson was kind enough to round up the best belligerent-tech-smashing-clips…
How does the saying go? "A journey of a thousand vertical feet begins with a single step?" Hollywood has certainly taken that maxim and run with it, regularly incorporating vertigo-inducing shots into modern films. The editing team at Plot Point Productions has assembled more than 50 examples of people falling…
Who doesn't love a good movie about the future? Zany gadgets, floating cars, dystopian cities—we've seen it all on the big screen. And here's the very best of the lot of them.
So maybe we haven't fully embraced 3D, societally speaking. That's not gonna stop movie studios one bit from promoting their eye-popping, mouth-watering gimmick over and over and over and over and... well, here's the SUPERCUT.