(SPOILERS, PG-13) Rick and Morty‘s Rick and Morty may have the same voice actor, but the colorful cast of characters surrounding them were brought to life by a schiwft-ton of guests, from John Oliver to Werner Herzog. Check them out in Adult Swim Australia’s compilation.
Editor Brian Carroll follows up his compilation of top-down shots with another reel of films in which the camera hovers above the action. Note to actors: If the script calls for this, there’s a good chance your soul is leaving your body. The track is Down by Run the Jewels f/Joi.
(PG-13: Language) Ever since John Wick, Keanu Reeves is one of our favorite badasses. But he was also half of Bill & Ted, shooting at nothing in Point Break, maintaining Speed, and learning instant Kung Fu in The Matrix. Burger Fiction recaps Keanu’s illustrious career. Whoa.
(PG-13: Language) “I need your clothes, your boots, and your motorcycle.” YouTuber Paul Phoenix will brighten up your day with this lengthy compilation of the Governator spewing quotable one-liners. For once we’d like to see him in a German language film.
YouTuber Sleepy Skunk presents their much-awaited movie trailer mashup. Trailers are getting better and better at making a movie seem leagues better than it really is, but this video reminds us that 2016 did have its share of great films, especially animated ones.
Burger Fiction’s visual filmography of Matthew McConaughey. He’s gone through dramatically different niches and characters throughout his career, despite the fact that he’s performed almost all of them with the exact same accent. Time is a flat all right all right all Murph.
(PG-13) “I’m learning to live with a lot of things.” While some movie characters like to announce their plans to kick ass before they do it, others prefer to act first, then speak. Burger Fiction compiles 100 of the greatest post-mortem puns and proclamations ever filmed.
Burger Fiction takes an extensive look at the way that Batman has been portrayed in the movies, cartoons, and TV series over the last 70+ years. It’s amazing how a single character has been interpreted so many different ways, yet continues to have such universal appeal.