Film enthusiasts Duncan and Joel Robson have created a fantastic supercut of movie characters landing -- in the exact same position. The mashup shows heroes from "Spider-Man," "Tron" and even "The Avengers" (in a comment, the video's poster said all "Avengers" clips were taken from the trailers, so no need to race off to try and pirate the movie). According to the YouTube page for the video, the project was first shown at a ROFLCon panel on supercuts.
Watch the mashup below and let us know what you think in the comments.
Some NSFW language. What surprised me about making this video is how frequently this line pops up in cruddy children's movies. That and cop shows. I had way more clips than I could use. Check out the outtakes here: www.youtube.com
Supercut! Thanks to Dan Neidecker for editing assistance. Update: Now with titles as annotations.
Sit down and shut up.....70 times. Turn on closed captioning to see the movie titles.
Every utterance of "the Force" from the six Star Wars movies in chronological order of release. Star Wars IV: A New Hope: 0:07-0:19 Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back: 0:19-0:29 Star Wars IV: Return of the Jedi: 0:29-0:36 Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace: 0:36-0:45 Star Wars II: Attack of the Clones: 0:45-0:50 Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith: 0:50-1:04
Created by Oliver Noble for FilmDrunk.com. See source link: filmdrunk.uproxx.com In honor of Albert Brooks' least favorite screenwriting cliché, here's Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet saying each other's names an obnoxious number of times in Titanic. JACK! ROSE! BILLY ZANE!
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A staple in any Michael Bay film is a low angle shot that spins around a character or characters while they are usually getting up from the ground. It's likely that they were just thrown from a car or dodged an explosion. We've weaved these shots together to lend them a bit more context. What is it exactly that has all of these guys so exasperated?
Intro - Romy & Michelle's High School Reunion (1997) AL - 25th Hour (2002) / Forrest Gump (1994) AK - Juno (2007) / Simpsons Movie (2007) AZ - Arsenic & Old Lace (1944) AR - Pelican Brief (1993) / Sling Blade (1996) CA - Pale Rider (1985) / Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) CO - They...
Visit www.slacktory.com for more! Follow us on Twitter www.twitter.com LIKE us on Facebook: www.facebook.com No one in the movies ever gets to finish a phone conversation. Sources: - Baby Mama - Casino Royale - Swingers - Fever Pitch - Up in the Air - Forgetting Sarah Marshall - Tootsie - Along Came Polly - Reality Bites - Meet the Parents - Max Payne - He's Just Not That Into You - How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days - Jerry Maguire - Rain Man - Burn After Reading - He's Just Not That Into You (x2) - Divine Secrets of the Ya Ya Sisterhood - You Got Served - Orange County - Hannah Montana: The Movie - Just Married - Scrooged - Elf - Sweet Home Alabama - The Ugly Truth - Sleepless in Seattle - Shallow Hal - The Hangover - White Chicks - Are We There Yet (x2) - Pineapple Express - Something's Gotta Give - Zombieland - How High - Catch Me if You Can - Lilo and Stitch Edited by Debbie Saslaw.
Another internet supercut. 172 movies in under four minutes. Thanks to Michelle and all who helped! NOW WITH MOVIE TITLES! Click the "CC" closed captioning button in the lower right corner of the video to see the movie titles.
Maybe you've noticed it before, maybe you haven't, but the Quality Cafe in downtown Los Angeles is one of the most popular eateries in movies.
Supercut featuring various 'Showtime's'. List of films: www.pajiba.com
Supercut featuring every instance when Indiana Jones is mentioned by one of his titles from the Indiana Jones trilogy.
Violence in Disney Supercut Directed by Diran Lyons / Travis Kroell Edited by Diran Lyons Written by Travis Kroell Remix Category: Supercut / Silent A concise collection of clips from Walt Disney's G-rated "child-friendly" films. Sources in Order of Appearance: Fantasia (1940) Jungle Book (1967) Chip and Dale, Chips Ahoy (1956) Robin Hood (1973) Beauty and the Beast (1991) Lion King (1994) Pocahontas (1995) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) Aladdin (1992) Alice in Wonderland (1951) Bambi (1942) Snow White (1937) **FAIR USE** This transformative work constitutes a fair use of any copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US copyright law