In this five-minute video essay, filmmaker Ernie Park compares two different versions of a 1953 film: one edited for Hollywood audiences and one for Italian filmgoers. By comparing two different versions of the same footage, the video essay comes across like a think piece on how seemingly cosmetic changes can affect meaning, tone, and content in movies.
Here are the crudest, most vile, and also most creative insults you've ever heard put together into one devastating assembly line of a video. Hope you can pick yourself up after watching this.
Here is a compilation of moments in trailers where they mention that the movie is in 3D. For many it's not just 3D, but their very own, special 3D. You may shake your head in disgust.
The further you go into dream levels, the more action you can fit into the same amount of real time. Here's a video that shows everything happening at once! (Warning: it's still not going to make sense)
Happy Thanksgiving! Here are some of the best best falls within Thanksgiving-themed movies.
Get pumped, everybody. That thing you were going to do, but were too afraid to do, well you're going to do it! No chance of failing after watching this video! Or, just watch and enjoy. It's sweet, succinct, and inspirational.
Some of the most memorable lines in cinema are plain ol' introductions. Understated but always meaningful, the way different characters say it already reveals so much about their style. There are 250 instances here.
Everyone's mad at the banks these days, because they've robbed us blind, and now they're holding their hands out wanting some more, please. So it's a perfect time for Johnny Depp as bank-robber John Dillinger.