As anyone who has watched the Fast/Furious franchise knows, the most exciting and believable recurring character is the gear shifter, whose appreciable on-screen changes propel the story and give something to cut to between screeching tire shots. Well, now the same guy who edited Kickboxer down to just kicking has also trimmed the entire Fast series to just the gear shifting, so you can finally watch that dramatic arc unfold free of the burdens of plot and the one element more phallic than the gear stick: Vin Diesel's head.
It's like watching me at an arcade, back when I was too young or drunk to realize I had to put quarters in if I actually wanted to play Outrun.
Explore the duality of man and the triteness of screenwriting with the "There Are Two Kinds of People" supercut, a collection of various movie figures outlining their distinct visions of opposing viewpoints that will forever place humankind in civil strife. If Uma Thurman says ... / Continue →
Over seventy years since its release and still Citizen Kane remains, if not the greatest film ever made, at least the most beautiful embodiment of a "fuck everything" ever recorded. Evidence below in Zach Prewitt's temper tantrum supercut.... / Continue →
Perfect for inspiring scheming, plotting, villainous hubris that will lead to an eventual downfall, here's six minutes of the "100 Greatest Maniacal Movie Laughs," featuring some of the best cackles from the likes of some Gary Oldmans, several Batman villains, and numerous Nico... / Continue →