Editor ThorC1138 managed to find scenes from 100 different films in which a character spoke a different number between 1 and 100, then cut them together into a multi-movie countdown. We were really hoping for a rocket lift-off or a big explosion at the end.
While action and visual effects dominate our screens these days, editor Vugar Efendi reminds us that at the core of every great film are its characters, with this wonderful retrospective. Along the way, we were reminded of how many classics we need to go back and watch again.
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) Pierre-Alexandre Chauvat follows up on his awesome Bruce Willis action flick with a sequel. And unlike Die Hard 2, this one is actually as good as the original. See if you can name all 53 movies, then watch with captions on to see if you’re right.
(Spoilers, PG-13) Have you ever questioned the nature of your reality? Fans of Westworld will want to watch this season one montage from Burger Fiction. Not every question was answered, but the show is doing a much better job clueing us in than Lost ever did.
If we were ever to join the mob, our outfit of choice would be the Adidas tracksuit. Travis Greenwood and Robert Jones compiled some of the many memorable on-screen uses for this versatile piece of wardrobe, from Back to the Future to The Royal Tenenbaums.
There’s no crying in baseball! Editing duo Burger Fiction chopped together this sequence of some of the greatest coaches’ speeches in the history of motion pictures, to form one epic motivational speech sure to get anyone off their lazy ass and turn them into a winner.
(NSFW) Editor Jacob T. Swinney follows up on his side-by-side comparison of the first and last thing we see on screen in another 70 films. There are some real classics in here from visual masters like David Fincher, Alejandro Inarritu, Quentin Tarantino, and Stanley Kubrick.