Making comedy may sometimes look like a breeze, but it isn’t easy to make someone laugh when it comes to the moving image.
But, that doesn’t mean there’s only a certain way to get a laugh out of people, there are many ways to do it—here’s ten of cinema’s best.
If Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels was set in Medieval England it might looks something like this.
Guy Ritchie has taken his fast-paced editing, quick-fire dialogue, and cockney bloke actors and transposed them to the land of myth. Although a weird juxtaposition, it looks like a lot of fun.
CineFix’s Clint Cage takes a look over and gives a great analysis of five brilliant action scenes from some badass films which grip you from the get go.
The films he delves into are Mad Max: Fury Road, The Raid: Redemption, Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, and The Bourne Ultimatum.
So, as it turns out most of Adam Sandler’s movies are connected to one another.
At least, that’s what this crazy guy has worked out and now he wants to explain how exactly it works. Behold, the Sandlerverse!
It doesn’t take a genius to know that Pixar pay homage to other movies in their animations, but you’re never going to get every little subtle reference.
So you have to applaud Spain-based video editor Jorge Luengo Ruiz, who’s put together this montage of all the scenes and instances from Pixar movies that pay tribute to classic films.
If you’ve ever sat through the inexplicable mess that is M. Night Shyamalan’s The Happening then you’ll know it’s one of his worst movies.
So it’s the perfect fodder for Honest Trailers to sink their sarcastic teeth into and tear the film a new one.
Following on from Gary and Martin Kemp playing the notorious East London gangsters in 1990s The Krays, Tom Hardy brings his acting chops to interpret these volatile hardmen.
Hardy looks very convincing as the two brothers who became legends after their time dominating, and fascinating, 1950s and 1960s London.
101 iconic one-armed saves from some classic movies are cut together in this epic montage.
Technically some of them are failed save attempts, but hey, who cares when it’s all appropriately set to The Beatles’ “I Want to Hold Your Hand.”