The Internet Movie Database Top 250--the ever-changing measure of worth by which internet people eternally determine the best films, the best of those being The Shawshank Redemption--gets visually organized and stylishly edited in this two-and-a-half minute video edited together by Jonathan Keogh. As the internet is fickle, and because Keogh self-admittedly meandered from his theme, an extra 53 titles appear that are not or are no longer in the IMDb Top 250, so don't freak out when Home Alone shows up. No one is saying Home Alone is the best movie. They're just saying that Forrest Gump is somehow the 19th best.
From oft-featured editor Zach Prewitt, a collection of people talking about someone else, then realizing that person is right behind them. Billy Crystal, Batman, Cuba Gooding Jr.-in-drag, Billy Crystal again, and others did not mean for that person to overhear that thing! Class... / Continue →
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 →
Spanning just two-and-a-half minutes, here's a montage containing brief but still surprisingly beautiful clips from every one of the 626 releases currently listed in the Criterion Collection's esteemed "continuing series of important classic and contemporary films." Before you ... / Continue →