Entries Tagged as 'movie'

Wednesday, July 15th, 2020

Movies & TV Shows Mixed with Animation = a Tale about a Teenager Getting to School

It starts as a story about a kid getting nagged at to get ready for school but soon turns into a fast-paced thrill ride in this short All Your Favorite Shows! The penciled textures of the story soon turns into a post-modern edit of pop culture references from TV and films, which become symbols of [...]

Monday, June 29th, 2020

How To Do A Plot Twist

There’s nothing like a good plot twist to entertain when watching a movie. When done well it can make for an exciting and riveting film, even if it’s totally crazy. But when done badly it’s just upsetting. In this video from Now You See It they look at what distinguishes a good twist from a [...]

Sunday, June 14th, 2020

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 [...]

Thursday, June 13th, 2019

Supercut of People Getting Drunk in Movies

Just like in real-life people love to get drunk in the movies—and this supercut by editor Robert Jones is certainly proof of that, as it features 70 scenes from both contemporary and classic films of people get wasted on the demon drink. And just like in real life chaos reigns, as they fall over, jump [...]

Friday, February 15th, 2019

Just How Historically Accurate Is Saving Private Ryan?

From the opening and harrowing scene depicting the Normandy landings, the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II, Steven Spielberg’s ‘Saving Private Ryan’ has been widely praised for its unflinching depiction of war. But, actually, how well and how accurate did it show the events of D-Day?

Thursday, January 10th, 2019

Night of the Living Dead and the Horrors of Copyright

Back in 1968 the late George A. Romero released his seminal zombie movie Night of the Living Dead. And with it came the birth of a whole subgenre of horror, one that is hugely popular and has spawned near endless amounts of fiction, not just in the movies, but novels, comics, and TV shows [...]

Wednesday, December 19th, 2018

Nerf John Wick See Those Foam Bullets Become Deadly

If you ever wondered what Keanu Reeves playing a badass assassin might look like if you swapped bullets and guns for foam bullets and Nerf guns, then wonder no more. Because VFX YouTube channel Corridor have translated the violent underworld of the John Wick movies and brought in everyone’s favorite toy gun.

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

A Lesson in Storytelling from Back to the Future

Back to the Future, as well as being a thoroughly entertaining movie, tells a really great and intricate story. It’s a pretty solid time-travel adventure with various different characters who exist in different timelines, it makes up some convincing-sounding science, and it has plenty of laughs thrown in too.

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

Watch the 10 Best Improvised Scenes in Movie History

Actors like nothing else than to go off-script and improv a scene or two, giving them a chance to stretch their acting skills and range and generally show off. But while their luvvie ways may infuriate the person who spent months and months perfecting what they thought was a killer script, it’s good news for [...]

Thursday, November 29th, 2018

If Pixar Movies Ended at the Sad Parts

Pixar movies aren’t ones to shy away from the harsh realities of life, even if they are aimed at children. But they’re never quite as dark as they are in this mashup by video editor Chris Huebs. In this video he reedits Pixar movies cherished by us all, Monsters Inc., Toy Story 2, Finding Nemo, [...]

Monday, October 8th, 2018

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 [...]