An Instructional Video on How to Fly With a Baby


As anyone who has attempted it will know, flying with a baby can be a fraught and traumatic experience for the parent. Any advice is greatly received, so if you’re a parent who’s due to fly check out the latest ‘How to Dad’ tutorial from New Zealander dad, Jordan Watson, and his adorable daughter.

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Race Car Driver Takes Terrified Girlfriend For A Spin


A Slovakian race car driver shows his girlfriend what he does in the day job, and it seems she’s somewhat freaked out by it. Which is totally understandable, and totally readable on her terrified face as he whizzes along careering around the track, screeching across corners, no doubt secretly enjoying showing off.

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100 People Show What It Looks Like When They Cry


Cut video have previously shown what 10 strangers’ O faces look like and what people look like when they’re kissing. Now they’ve filmed 100 people crying in the latest iteration of their “100 People” series, so we get to see what old and young look like when they’re bawling their eyes out.

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The Best End Credits in Movie History


Thanks to the Marvel movies and the like, audiences are used to staying in their seats to watch a post credit scene. And it’s because we can’t get enough of the movies when they end that we want more. Filmmakers have always known this though, whether they’re linking us to a new movie, giving us a gag reel, or doing some post-modern reflection on the film itself.

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A Video Tribute to the Coen Brothers


If you’re a fan of their work, the films of Joel and Ethan Coen are some of the finest that modern Hollywood has produced. Not only are they prolific filmmakers but their movies have won over audiences, won awards, and enjoyed both critical and commercial success.

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‘The Squibbening’—Staging a Bloody (But Fake) Explosive Death Scene


Comedian Matt Gourley has, since being a pre-teen, been making movies with his friends and experimenting with special effects and pyrotechnics. Then he figured out how to fabricate a squib, which is a miniature explosive device used in the film industry, which, combined with a bag of fake blood, simulates a bullet hit.

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Woman Becomes First Person To Run A Marathon Without Talking About It


It’s quite an achievement to run a marathon, it’s something else though to train and run one without talking about it incessantly. This brave and courageous woman did just that. She didn’t once take to social media to update statuses with how many miles she ran that morning, or how painful her legs feel.

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Neil Hilborn – Living With “OCD”


Neil Hilborn is a poet with obsessive compulsive disorder and his performance at a poerty event took the internet by storm and has racked up over 7 million views since it was posted late last year. It’s a heartbreaking performance about falling in love, and through repetition and theatrics, Hilborn paints a painful but beautiful image of being in a relationship while dealing with OCD.

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The Best Cinema Dialogue of All Time


In movies, good dialogue is right up there with the best of entertaining filmmaking, whether it be arguing, bickering, threatening or subtext-filled bantering. In this video from Cinefix they look over what they consider to be the best dialogue of all time. Naturally there had to be a Quentin Tarantino in there, and they pick Pulp Fiction which arguably has the best dialogue in any movie ever.

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Lunch Atop A Skyscraper: The Story Behind The 1932 Photo


As far as images of construction workers goes, the famous black and white photo taking during construction of 30 Rockefeller Plaza in Manhattan, New York City is probably the most well known. It’s insane to think here was a bunch of workers taking a lunch break on a steel beam 800ft in the air. The fact that they look so casual while doing it points to how fearless they were.

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How Cars Went from Boxy to Curvy


It’s something most people, even those who don’t drive, have noticed—cars in the 1970s had square, boxy designs while those made in the 1990s are much curvier. Basically something happened to cars in the 1980s where the angled edges gave way to smooth curves, but why did that happen? What prompted it?

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