Today’s video compilation features lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of people yelling “NOOO!” Did you know fictional characters really like yelling “NOOO!” in reaction to events? I did not know this. [/Film]
You know how lots of movies have faux-deep koans of wisdom? Somebody was kind enough to scrounge up the lessons from 40 films and edit them into a video that lasts seven minutes. You probably recognize a bunch of these from the memorable quotes section of your 15-year-old cousin’s Facebook page. [/Film]
It’s quick and it’s charming. Enjoy.
For today’s clip show, we have people saying “It’s showtime!” over and over and over again, until the expression almost loses all meaning. [via]
Leandro Copperfield, who has previously developed montages devoted to the Coens and Tarantino as well as Kubrick and Scorsese, took the time to mash up scenes from each of Pixar’s 11 feature films from 1995 (“Toy Story”) through 2010 (“Toy Story 3″). Pixar’s creative output over the last 15 years has been nothing short of golden, with the company enjoying an unprecedented and unapproachable string of commercial and artistic successes while also serving as a shining example of all that can go right with cinema as an art form as well as a business enterprise. This video is a tribute to that. Enjoy. [via]
And THIS movie montage is a compilation of clips from trailers, as opposed to all the other movie montages, where they mixed clips from trailers in with other clips. I would stop posting these if they weren’t so very addictive. Also, I love movie trailers. [via]
You know the drill. Here’s another montage of movie clips from 2010. Enjoy.
Hey, here’s a video of people saying “Christmas” over and over and over and over again on “Beverly Hills, 90210.” Such different enunciations! It really was a master class for thespianism, that show. Also, what ever happened to the mom from this show? I’ve seen the dad elsewhere — he was on “The West Wing” once! — but the mom, she seems to have recognized her career apex as working with Tori Spelling and gracefully exited stage right. I respect that. [Vimeo]