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Supercuts

The Walk-Away Thank You

The Walk-Away Thank You

The Back Focus made this supercut of a classic movie and TV show move: a character thanking another character as the latter walks away. There are even a few variations to the scene, and of course a parody. And hey… thank you.

Marvel X

Marvel X

Editor Lindsay McCutcheon pays tribute to 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe with a montage of footage and sounds from Iron Man through Avengers: Infinity War. It’s a great edit, though it also reminded us about that time that Ben Kingsley sort of played The Mandarin.

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Every Alright

Every Alright

Matthew McConaughey’s unofficial catchphrase first turned up in 1993’s Dazed and Confused. Since then, he’s said “Alright” just a few more times. Ownergy follows up their previous McConaughey tribute by cataloging every occurrence through 2017 in chronological order.

Movies Moving Backwards

Movies Moving Backwards

With a reverse dolly or reverse zoom the viewer backs away from its subject instead of moving towards it. Jim Casey of The Solomon Society put together this great edit of reverse shots set appropriately to Say Lou Lou’s cover of Tame Impala’s Feels Like We Only Go Backwards.

Movie Line Rhymes 2

Movie Line Rhymes 2

(PG-13: Language) Remixer Eclectic Method gathered up clips from a bunch of great movies and did his best connect their scenes based on words that rhyme. For more movie line rhymes check out Screen Werks’ similar vid.

Elevators in the Movies

Elevators in the Movies

(PG-13) Editor ThorC1138 compiled this supercut of over 100 films in which an elevator plays a significant role in a scene. Ride along with The Blues Brothers, The Ghostbusters, Hans Gruber, Captain Kirk, James Bond, and many more as they ascend and descend.

Rick Screwing Morty Over

Rick Screwing Morty Over

(PG-13) “Hey, there’s no dangers or anything or side effects right?” We don’t know when Rick and Morty‘s fourth season will be released. Until then, grab a snack and check out this supercut of half of the show’s shtick: a clueless kid getting wrecked by his genius grandpa.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

The Royal Ocean Film Society tips its hat to how animated films depict food in this wonderful supercut. There’s Garden of Words mouth-watering kitchen scenes, Wallace and Gromit’s simple toast, Spirited Away‘s disgusting feast and more.

The Spielberg Light

The Spielberg Light

Despite the breadth of his work, there are still trademark stylistic touches that appear in many of Steven Spielberg’s films, not the least of which is his use of background lighting. Jorge Luengo Ruiz put together this short reel of some of these visually powerful moments.

Cinema Tribute 2017

Cinema Tribute 2017

Celebrate some of the best and brightest films of the year with this excellent supercut from CLS Videos. The reel features great movies like Blade Runner 2049, Get Out, Baby Driver, and The Shape of Water, backed by a duo of great tracks by musicians Sparks and Nena.

Cinema 2017: The Dance

Cinema 2017: The Dance

Editor and cinephile Jacob T. Swinney is back with another great video, this time cataloging some of the great moments of the past year in which characters danced across the big screen. For some reason, we’re craving a shot of tequila now.

Soap Opera Slaptacular

Soap Opera Slaptacular

“Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.” This megacut of Chinese soap operas reinforces William Congreve’s famous quote as a series of hostile characters take out their anger on their foes with open-faced palms.

2017 Movie Trailer Mashup

2017 Movie Trailer Mashup

(PG-13: Language) We can hardly believe that the year is nearly over. So with that in mind, Sleepy Skunk is back with another glorious year-end roundup of all of the movie trailers he could get his hands on. In all, there are 231 individual movies – good, bad, and ugly.

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It’s Always Abridged in Philadelphia

It’s Always Abridged in Philadelphia

(PG-13) You really need to watch every episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia for maximum effect, but for fans of the show, you’ll want to check out Sh*tty Film Productions’ compilation reel, which features 1 to 2 second snippets of every episode of the show so far.

Aronofsky’s Extreme Closeups

Aronofsky’s Extreme Closeups

Film editor Jacob T. Swinney compiled this intense reel of moments from Darren Aronofsky’s films in which the camera gets up close and personal with its subjects. The technique provides an immediacy and sense of involvement that’s about as visceral as it gets.

Title Drops

Title Drops

It must be some kind of a hot tub time machine… Editor Roman Holiday cut together this montage of 150 movie scenes in which characters mention the title of the movie itself. We’re just happy to see our personal favorite made the list.

100 Movies 100 Numbers 100 Seconds

100 Movies 100 Numbers 100 Seconds

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.

Harder Than It Looks

Harder Than It Looks

On-screen heroes and protagonists often save the day, but editor Robert Jones put together a supercut of 43 movie moments that remind us that it’s not always as simple as they make it look. You know, some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb.

The Best of Bad Acting

The Best of Bad Acting

(PG-13: Language) In most cases, actors that chew the scenery just make a bad movie worse. But as this video shows, that’s not always the case. Chodmunch compiled this collection of performances so epically bad, they’re actually good. Oh man! Oh God!

Laughter Supercut

Laughter Supercut

(PG-13) Having a rough day? You could use a good laugh or 40. Burger Fiction comes to the rescue with this epic montage packed with some of the funniest movie scenes of all time. We’re gonna be humming “fat guy in a little coat” all day now. Thanks guys.

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Everbody Wants to Kill Bruce 2

Everbody Wants to Kill Bruce 2

(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.

Dancing in Movies

Dancing in Movies

CLS Videos presents a lively montage of about 300 classic (and not-so-classic) movie scenes which featured characters getting their groove on. We knew we’d love it the second they started off with Les Grossman. Full list of movies here.

The Hero’s Journey

The Hero’s Journey

Now You See It presents a supercut of scenes from more than 50 movies, each of which takes us on a ride along with their protagonists as their adventures and the crises they face take their lives in new and profound directions.

Singin’ In The Rainy Movies

Singin’ In The Rainy Movies

In the latest movie mashup from Antonio Maria Da Silva (Hell’s Club), characters from a variety of action and adventure flicks come together to perform Gene Kelly’s classic Singin’ in the Rain. There’s no scenes from A Clockwork Orange, but there’s plenty of good old ultraviolence.

Batman vs. Batman

Batman vs. Batman

In recent years, we’ve seen Batman take a serious beating from Bane and Superman, and it wasn’t pretty. Now, Screen Rant imagines what would happen if Batman were like Rick and Morty, and he had to face off with multiple copies of himself.

Best Character Departures

Best Character Departures

A natural follow-up to their supercut of memorable character entrances, the folks at CineFix assembled some of the most powerful exits from the big screen, and explores why they had so much impact. You’re gonna need a box of Kleenex for this one.

Sandler Loves Food

Sandler Loves Food

(PG-13: Language) If you look back at Adam Sandler’s movies, there’s one thing that turns up in most of them – product placement. At least Adam’s approach is obvious and in your face, unlike many movies and TV shows. And yes, Popeye’s chicken is f**kin’ awesome.

Bathroom Secrets

Bathroom Secrets

(PG-13: Language) After creating his awesome Hell’s Club mega movie mashups, Antonio Maria Da Silva is back with perhaps his most epic cut, in which a variety of iconic film characters all meet up in what appears to be the world’s most popular restroom.

Touch.

Touch.

Now You See It compiled this short, but well done video of moments in film where the characters’ experience was less about what they saw or heard, and mostly about what they physically felt. The track is you n’i by rainlord.

Every Jason Statham Kick

Every Jason Statham Kick

Following up on their montage of the badass Brit’s mighty fists flying, Burger Fiction is back with an epic supercut of the hundreds of times Jason kicked the snot out of his foes. Our groins hurt just watching this.

Best Supporting Weirdo

Best Supporting Weirdo

(PG-13: Language) From Vizzini in The Princess Bride to Frau Blücher in Young Frankenstein, some of the most memorable and quotable characters in the history of movies are also the weirdest. Jon Lefkovitz compiled this amusing edit of some of their classic moments.

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