Entries Tagged as 'movie'

Thursday, September 29th, 2016

Watch the Evolution of Tom Hanks in Television & Film

Tom Hanks must surely be one of the most beloved actors in Hollywood and he’s also one of the most prolific—he’s been acting for nearly 40 years and it’s been a career that’s gone from 80s comedies to Oscar-winning dramas and war movies, even romcoms. The man is versatile, that’s for sure, and he seems [...]

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Movie Downpours are Celebrated in this Mashup of Rainy Film Scenes

Antonio Maria Da Silva (who’s behind those Hell’s Club mashups) pays homage to rain in the movies, because in the movies when it rains it pours. Downpours being far more cinematic than a few specks of rain, which don’t quite cut it in the dramatic stakes. So here we get rainy scenes taken from everything [...]

Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

Learn How to Speak Fargo with This Supercut of the Movie’s Characters

There’s no doubting it, one of the biggest takeaways anyone who first watches Fargo will come away with is the characters’ accents ringing around their ears. In this video by Candice Drouet she pays tribute to the Scandinavian-like Minnesota Nice accent that populates the movie, with the characters often talking with a ‘yah shure!’ and [...]

Monday, September 19th, 2016

Monty Python and the Holy Grail Recut as a Crazy Intense Drama

The Monty Python comedy classic from 1975 that reworked the King Arthur legend with absurd hilarity certainly wasn’t a drama—it mocked the tropes of dramas, but it wasn’t one. Now, in anticipation of Guy Ritchie’s reinvention of the myth in ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ coming in 2017, YouTube channel CineFix have recut ‘Monty [...]

Thursday, September 15th, 2016

‘The Marvel Symphonic Universe’—Or Why Hollywood Blockbusters All Have the Same Soundtrack

Video essayist Tony Zhou turns his analytical filmic brain to the contemporary film score in blockbuster movies, and in doing so explores why man,y like the soundtracks used in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, all sound the same. Their soundtracks don’t have the appeal of John Williams’ Star Wars for example, they’re entirely forgettable. This is [...]

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

The Onion’s Movie Critic Peter K. Rosenthal Reviews ‘Sully’

Peter K. Rosenthal, greatest movie critic on the planet, gets his filmic mind into Clint Eastwood’s newest movie ‘Sully’ starring Tom Hanks—the film is about Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, the hero pilot who landed an Airbus A320 in the Hudson River in 2009 after a gaggle of geese flew into the plane’s engines causing it some [...]

Monday, September 12th, 2016

‘The Karate Kid – The Untold Story’ is a Brilliantly Made Mockumentary About the 80s Classic

1980s classic The Karate Kid featured a boy called Daniel Larusso in a underdog beats the odds story that saw Larusso rise up and defeat the bullies and win the day. But what if that wasn’t the whole story? What if the film was actually based on real events? Well video ‘The Karate Kid – [...]

Friday, September 9th, 2016

An Honest and Very Hilarious Trailer For Gladiator

When Ridley Scott’s Gladiator arrived in cinema’s in 2002, everyone was blown away by it—it essentially reignited the epic historical drama type of movie, but made it a bit more action-based. Now, with the benefit of hindsight and also the benefit of Screen Junkies, we can see it for what it really was: the most [...]

Monday, September 5th, 2016

‘Hell’s Club: Bathroom Secrets’ a New Spin-off Film by Antonio Maria Da Silva

Director Antonio Maria Da Silva has created a bathroom-themed spin off of his awesome Hell’s Club series. Like the previous instalments it features a fictitious night club, Hell’s Club, which has been created by editing together badass characters and scenes from iconic movies. It’s a world where Arnie’s Terminator hangs out in the same place [...]

Friday, September 2nd, 2016

‘Team Thor’—What Thor Got up To During ‘Captain America: Civil War’

Thor didn’t show up in ‘Captain America: Civil War’ to take sides, but if you were wondering where he was then look no further than this amusing short. Shown at the 2016 San Diego Comic-Con by Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi the clip teased what the Asgardian prince got up to during the events of [...]

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

‘Love You Ma!’—Video Essay Celebrates Movie Moms

You no doubt love your mom, but you’ve probaly also wished some movie moms were yours too. Don’t feel bad about it, the movies have come up with some great moms, from Martin Scorsese’s mom who we get to see in Goodfellas, to Forest Gump’s, and *sniff* Bambi’s.

Sunday, August 28th, 2016

Mexican Standoff Movie Supercut is Super Tense

Prepare to feel your tension levels rise as Burger Fiction run through those moments in a film when everybody’s pointing guns at each other and not firing, but might well do very, very soon. Which means there’s a lot of crazy nervous laughter, a lot of one liners, and some non-gun, corkscrew/broken bottle standoffs too.