(NSFW: Language, Spoilers) If you’ve followed Dexter’s grisly habit for the last seven seasons, you’ll enjoy this compilation of handy – and often ridiculous – excuses he manages to pull out when questioned.
Chuck Norris is Chuck Norris in Chuck Norris. Watch the martial artist turned action star with various hair and beard lengths, kicking, shooting, intimidating, loving, as a man and as a bear.
A compilation of one of the mini-games from Whose Line is it Anyway, about things you can say to/about everything else except to/about your girlfriend. We miss this show so much.
Every mention of “the Force” in all six Star Wars movies, compiled and chronologically arranged by YouTuber dondrapersayswhat. We like the part where they say The Force. Da Foss. Da Fooooss.
…in this supercut of the classic action flick Big Trouble in Little China. A montage of Kurt Russell’s confused and bewildered moments from the movie. What? Where are we? What does that say?
We’re pretty sure that this supercut of characters invoking “the 90’s” to indicate progress can kill a hipster. Laugh all you want now, because this is basically us 10 years from now.
We like the soundtrack and clips in this movie montage; a myriad of shots have been strung together where the camera is following someone who is walking or running. (Thanks Brian!)
(NSFW: Language) Here are the things you need to successfully pull off a bank heist: masks (preferably white) guns and handsome robbers. At least according to this supercut by ScreenJunkies.
YouTuber tedfufu will shatter your fond memories of classic cartoon Batman and Robin in two and a half minutes. We can barely believe that Robin actually said half of the things in this video.
(NSFW: Language) If you’re afraid of seeing how 71 classic movies end, then don’t hit the play button on this bloody, violent, explosive, spoiler-filled mega-montage by Alex Eylar.
This short supercut examines movie scenes where characters have something much more important to do, and need to be excused. Now if you excuse us, we have other posts to write.