THE BEST Supercuts

The Evolution of Pixar

The Evolution of Pixar

Burger Fiction’s latest compilation looks at how far CG animation has come from its early days, but also how Pixar’s core values of heartfelt stories and relatable characters have been there since the very beginning. 1988’s Knick Knack is still one of our all-time faves.

The Movie ABC’s

The Movie ABC’s

It’s as easy as A-B-C. Burger Fiction’s latest supercut sees movie characters reciting the letters of the alphabet. So how many movies does it take? A lot, and also just one. And remember, the D is silent.

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Guy Fieri: Hurt

Guy Fieri: Hurt

YouTuber Mayor Wertz made what would otherwise be a low-hanging fruit – a supercut of Guy Fieri eating food – into a roller coaster of emotions by setting the video to Johnny Cash’s cover of Nine Inch Nails’ Hurt. Now do it with Crying Jordan memes.

A Super Sad Supercut

A Super Sad Supercut

Burger Fiction wants to help people who are too happy with this vicious barrage of timeless tearjerkers, from Bambi to Toy Story 3. Good thing they didn’t include The Land Before Time or we would’ve wrecked our monitor.

Welcome to a Supercut

Welcome to a Supercut

Welcome to the party, pal! Burger Fiction presents a compilation of scenes in which characters either welcome the audience or other characters to the scene, providing a quick and easy path to exposition.

After the Kill

After the Kill

(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.

Before the Kill

Before the Kill

(PG-13: Language) “There can be only one!” Burger Fiction’s latest movie montage compiles some of the greatest one-liners uttered right before someone puts their big finishing move on their nemesis. We totally forgot about that brilliant kill line from Moonraker.

Leisure on the Lens: Tracksuits

Leisure on the Lens: Tracksuits

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.

Cursing Without Cursing

Cursing Without Cursing

A compilation of some of the PG-rated slurs and sounds uttered by movie characters, from Three Amigos’ son of a motherless goat to True Romance‘s cantaloupe. Burger Fiction, how dare you forget about Angels with Filthy Souls, ya filthy animal!

COENS | 30

COENS | 30

(PG-13 Language) somersetVII celebrates more than 30 years of films from Joel and Ethan Coen, showcasing crackpot characters, melifluous music, phenomenal photography, quotable quotes, and stellar storytelling from the dynamic duo. And stay out of the Woolworths!

When the Evil Smiles

When the Evil Smiles

Editor Semih Okmn gathered together some classic movie moments in which the bad guys celebrate their insanity with a smile. Barry Manilow’s Can’t Smile without You makes for the perfect backing track to the madness. After all these years, Norman Bates still freaks us out.

Chewbacca Speaks His Mind

Chewbacca Speaks His Mind

The Verge recounts every time the big fuzzball opened his mouth and roared in the Star Wars saga so far, as he paved the way for such later masters of vocal discourse as Hodor and Groot.

Best of Web 8

Best of Web 8

Editor Zapatou has outdone himself with this 21-minute supercut of awesome people, places and things. There are over 500 clips of spectacular acts of athleticism, daring, free-spiritedness, humor and talent, each of which helps reaffirm your faith in humanity.

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Improbable Weapons: Part 2

Improbable Weapons: Part 2

Burger Fiction returns with a compilation of more ridiculous and unexpected weapons, ranging from telephones to chopsticks to toilets to paper clips… to… corn? Though the Aliens Power Loader was anything but improbable if you ask us.

Luke Skywalker’s Kill Count

Luke Skywalker’s Kill Count

Your reaction when you realize that your apprentice is a mass murderer. While Anakin ruthlessly mowed down Jedi kids, Mr Sunday Movies reminds us that Luke Skywalker is as bad as his father because of all the people he torched inside the Death Star.

Movie Coach Super Speech

Movie Coach Super Speech

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.

George Clooney Doesn’t Need Words

George Clooney Doesn’t Need Words

He’s no Charlie Chaplin or Jim Carrey, but George Clooney sure knows how to put his unfairly handsome mug to good use. Burger Fiction’s supercut is a nice look at both Clooney’s face and his body of work.

Owen Wilson Whispering

Owen Wilson Whispering

(PG-13: Language) WOW– Shh shh shh. Shhhh. If there’s one thing Owen Wilson loves as much as saying his trademark expression, it’s speaking in hushed tones. It makes you focus on him more, and wonder just how he pulls off that hair.

First & Final Frames: Part II

First & Final Frames: Part II

(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.

Jean-Claude Van Damme Kill Count

Jean-Claude Van Damme Kill Count

(PG-13: Language, Gore) YouTuber Benjamin Combes combed through three decades of Van Damme films to remind us that JCVD did more than splits. He also offed people, flexed his booty and worked with the world’s worst cinematographers.

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Push It

Push It

For their latest supercut, Burger Fiction pieces together moments from movies in which the camera pushes in towards the subject’s face, creating a heightened sense of drama. Funny thing is, you could probably make the same thing entirely from Spielberg films.

Louis CK on Cellphones

Louis CK on Cellphones

(PG-13: Language) “You need to build an ability to just be yourself and not be doing something.” The A to Z Review bolsters Louis C.K.’s sappy nihilistic cellphone rant on Conan with related clips from the comedian’s stand up specials and his TV show Louie.

Movie Kids Have the Best Friends

Movie Kids Have the Best Friends

Small aliens, giant robots, robot aliens, monsters, dragons, genies, wild things. YouTuber Burger Fiction presents some of the most extraordinary pals that children have teamed up with in films. Not a single Gundam made it in though.

Movie Phone Super Call

Movie Phone Super Call

Hello? Hello? Burger Fiction stitched together some of the many classic movie moments which took place while characters were speaking on the phone – in many cases to people we never saw on screen. See if you can name all the movies without cheating.

Donald Trump Says “China”

Donald Trump Says “China”

CHINA ALL THE TIME. Groot and Hodor, meet China Trump. A genius down at Huffington Post Movie Mashups put together clips of Donald Trump saying “China.” It’s way funnier than you think. China is the new China, by the way.

Batman Movie Kill Count

Batman Movie Kill Count

Batman started out as a lethal force of justice, but in the 1940s he and his sidekick Robin adopted a no killing rule. Which, as Mr. Sunday Movies shows, he absolutely did not obey. Yep, he went on to off people in the comics too.

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