Entries Tagged as 'movie'

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.

Saturday, August 27th, 2016

Supercut Reveals The Many Movies The Simpsons Has Paid Tribute To

The Simpsons is know for its quick-fire, blink-and-you’ll-miss it gags and one industry they love paying tribute to with these is the movies. In this awesome supercut put together by Vimeo user cgmzz, 27 (there are many more) of the films the series has referenced are pointed out, along with the scenes they’re parodying.

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

Jurassic Park and Pushing the Limits of Visual Effects

In his most recent video essay Kristian Williams (aka Kaptain Kristian) focuses on Steven Spielberg’s 1993 movie Jurassic Park—specifically he looks at how the sci-fi adventure film set a completely new standard for visual effects. If you look at it now over two decades later the CGI still looks fantastic, and helped propel the industry [...]

Monday, August 15th, 2016

Seth Rogen Pranks Shoppers with Talking Fruit and Vegetables

As part of a promotion for his new animated movie featuring talking food, Sausage Party, Seth Rogen heads out into New York and pranks New Yorkers out shopping for their groceries with talking fruit and vegetables. Hidden amongst the actual food is animatronic produce and it certainly would freak you out if you chanced upon [...]

Wednesday, August 10th, 2016

Prop Wars Sees Geeky Battles With Sci-Fi TV & Movie Weapons

Sneaky Zebra have gone full-on nerd in their latest video Prop Wars: Prop Harder which sees three guys do battle with a huge variety of props from all the very best nerdy film and shows. If you’re a fan of sci-fi and fantasy you’re going to recognise a whole host of this arsenal and the [...]

Monday, August 8th, 2016

Inappropriate Moments in James Bond Movies

James Bond, as well as being a secret agent, is also known as a man who is fond of women. Yet his treatment of them isn’t necessarily always respectful. After watching the scene in the latest Bond movie Spectre which sees Daniel Craig’s Bond bed and then abandon a widow on the day of her [...]

Friday, August 5th, 2016

Honest Trailers Tears into the Watchmen Movie in Their Latest Video

After pretty much everyone (well, nearly everyone) savaged Zack Snyder’s Batman Vs. Superman movie, the people over at Honest Trailers take a piece out of his earlier superhero movie, Watchmen. Their criticisms range from the film being too jam packed with material that it feels like too much is going on, to Doctor Manhattan’s giant [...]

Friday, August 5th, 2016

A Compilation of Matthew McConaughey Telling Stories in the Movies

Matthew McConaughey, it appears, loves nothing more than telling tall tales in the movies and TV shows he stars in—and this supercut by Owenergy Studios pays testament to that fact as we hear McConaughey talk about all manner of subjects. Maybe it’s because there’s just something about his Texan drawl that sounds so listenable.

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

The Big Lebowski and The Importance Of A Rug

The Big Lebowski is without doubt the Coen Brothers most popular movie, it’s reached such a status that many of its scenes are now iconic. The complex narrative is based on The Big Sleep, which itself is impossible to understand—but as Ryan Hollinger states in this video, the narrative doesn’t really matter. What matters is [...]

Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Watch this Documentary On the Making of James Cameron’s ‘Aliens’

James Cameron’s 1986 movie Aliens, the sequel to Ridley Scott’s seminal horror from 1979, is one of the greatest sequels ever. It’s a different vibe to the first one taking it more into action movie territory, but it works so well. Cameron has said that sequels need to show familiarity with the original but also [...]

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

Watchmen—Adapting The Unadaptable

Alan Moore’s graphic novel Watchmen is, rightfully so, considered a groundbreaking comic book—together with artist Dave Gibbons they broke the mould when it came to comics, in terms of narrative, panelling, even the coloring by colorist John Higgins. All of it was carefully thought out to comment on the very medium it was created in.

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

The Evolution of Matt Damon in Film & Television

Matt Damon’s one of those actors who’s starred in so many films that everyone pretty much has their fav Matt Damon movie. His iconic career is celebrated in this compilation from Burger Fiction, who have compiled all his TV and film appearances showing how the actor has evolved on screen over the years.