THE BEST Montages

DRIVE: A Car Chase Montage

DRIVE: A Car Chase Montage

A thrilling, seat-of-your-pants montage, from various POV scenes of car chases, edited by Zach Prewitt, and accentuated perfectly by Hans Zimmer’s Mombasa from the Inception soundtrack. Do pod racers really count as cars?

The Training Montage Montage

The Training Montage Montage

Pump yourself up to improve this new year with this compilation of training sequences. The song is of course You’re the Best from Karate Kid, which for some reason is not included in the sequence.

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Helmet Oddity

Helmet Oddity

If you’re a sci-fi fan, you know the isolation of a space helmet can result in both awesome and terrifying moments. Here, Keith Melton supercuts classic helmet scenes to an appropriate soundtrack.

IMDB’s Top 250+

IMDB’s Top 250+

(NSFW: Language) A tribute to the 250 top-rated flicks over on IMDB (plus 53 more), from Jonathan Keogh and set to FAROFF’s mashup of Joan Jett, The Beatles, House of Pain, and Cypress Hill.

Criterion Collection Montage

Criterion Collection Montage

Jonathan Keogh assembled this brief clip which includes a scene from all 600+ Criterion Collection movies, set to Music for a Found Harmonium (also known as “that song from Napoleon Dynamite.“)

Temper Tantrum

Temper Tantrum

(NSFW: Language) Zach Prewitt’s profanity-filled supercut of classic outbursts, meltdowns, freak-outs, breakdowns and people just generally losing their minds throughout cinematic history.

World’s Greatest Extra

World’s Greatest Extra

You may not have heard of Jesse Heiman, but there’s a myth going around that he’s appeared in every movie and tv series ever created. IMDB disproves that, but we still love you Jesse.

The Sci-Fi Portfolio

The Sci-Fi Portfolio

YouTuber Hatinhand returns with his latest montage, a killer tribute to science fiction flicks, including classics like Blade Runner, Inception, The Matrix, and not-so-classics like Battle: Los Angeles.

John Clang Photography

John Clang Photography

For his Time series, John Clang created montage style photographs that show how time moves and emphasize the fact that we all travel, albeit at different times, in the shame shared space.

Every Day in 2011

Every Day in 2011

Every day in 2011, Madeline shot a little footage, then took about a second from each day and edited it all together. If this doesn’t make you want to get out and do more, we don’t know what will.

Breaking Bad POV Montage

Breaking Bad POV Montage

(Spoilers) The worlds of Walt and Jesse unravel through Kogonada’s perfectly edited remix of shots taken from the perspective of mostly inanimate objects. shovelcam and Roombacam, FTW!

Raiders of the Lost Archives

Raiders of the Lost Archives

A great compliment to Everything is a Remix. YouTuber StooTV spent 20 years gathering footage and 2 years editing for this comparison of Raiders of the Lost Ark and 30 other films.

2011 in Gaming

2011 in Gaming

2011 was a wallet-emptying year for gamers. Here’s a look at some of the year’s best. It has too much Uncharted 3 – missing out on others like Forza 4 and NBA 2K12 – but is still worth watching.

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Montage of Destruction

Montage of Destruction

FPSRussia does what he does best, with a recap some of his favorite moments of wanton destruction of fake zombies, watermelons and blow-up dolls(?), all gift-wrapped in one pretty package.

God’s Eye View

God’s Eye View

Brian Carroll took some of the greatest top-down shots in movie history and assembled them into this dizzying montage. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs soundtrack doesn’t hurt either.

Conan: Season 1 Montage

Conan: Season 1 Montage

Conan O’Brien’s been back on TV for a year now. Here’s a montage of some of the episodes from the first season of Conan. We give it a solid B, but only because bearded Conan isn’t represented.

Everything is a Remix: The Matrix

Everything is a Remix: The Matrix

Good artists copy, great artists steal. We learn that yet again in this examination of the Wachowski’s 1999 classic The Matrix, which clearly found plenty of inspiration in many earlier films.

Toby Snaps

Toby Snaps

We’ve always thought Toby on The Office was a little creepy, and now we know why. Kudos to YouTuber MrBrykil for this bit of creative editing. We’d like to suggest the title Ginger Snaps, though.

Movie Titles in Movies 2

Movie Titles in Movies 2

YouTuber honsco offers up another collection of characters actually mentioning the title of the movie they’re in. Some of them were already in this other montage, but we doubt you’d care.

Keep on Walking

Keep on Walking

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!)

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Final Destination Death Montage

Final Destination Death Montage

(NSFW: Language, Gore, Spoilers) Previously, on Final Destination: A ton of people died. Screened does us all a huge solid, collecting all of the death scenes from the first four movies.

Steven Seagal – 101, Bones – 0

Steven Seagal – 101, Bones – 0

(NSFW: Language) Oliver Noble compiled all of Seagal’s bone-breaking scenes for our pleasure. You may be asking, why not Chuck Norris? Because Chuck’s compilation would be infinite.

The Music They Made

The Music They Made

The NY Times put together this musical montage as a tribute to the many talented recording artists we lost in 2010. You may not recognize every name or face, but most of the music will jog your memory.

Win Compilation 2010

Win Compilation 2010

It wasn’t all misery in 2010. Turns out lots of great things happened (on YouTube), and N0bodyyy decided to follow up his Fail Compilation with some of the more successful feats from the past year.

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