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.
You probably don’t think of Iron Man as a killer but like most superheroes he is, and this video delivers the body count.
The total, which includes robots as well as humans, might come as a surprise because as the video by Mr Sunday Movies shows, he’s notched up a rather large kill count. MURDERER!
YouTuber The Unusual Suspect has meticulously edited together clips from 109 various movies, both old and new, for this Green Day supercut cover.
Everyone from Yoda to Ferris Bueller to the Joker help belt out the 1994 pop punk hit ‘Basket Case’—and they do a pretty great job.
Ross Thompson who is YouTuber The Unusual Suspect has edited together parts from 183 films to create a movie cover verson of Linkin Park’s 2000 song “In the End.”
There are some inspired choices of movie, from Ron Burgundy to puppet Kim Jong-il from Team America—in fact, it might even be better than the original song.
Narratives with twists and turns can make a movie riveting and worth many a rewatch, but sometimes it’s the fan theories that really shake things up.
Some are a load of old rubbish, but here are ten that are so damn inspired, from Star Wars to Harry Potter to LOTR, they put the scriptwriters to shame.
Video editor Matthijs Vlot shows he has some editing stamina by cunningly cutting together clips from dozens of classic movies.
The result is a supercut cover of Adele’s uber hit “Hello”, sung by everyone from Han Solo to Borat, Bruce Lee, James Bond, and many, many more.
Many of the best movies have twists in them you never saw coming, but if you looked closely enough you may have seen some clues.
Rob Flis from Screen Rant takes a look at some of those clues, the hints, and prophetic statements that were hidden in films like The Matrix, The Dark Knight Returns, Avatar, Inception, and more.
We all know Hollywood is a place that loves to regurgitate and reboot ideas and movies, but these films go a step further.
They wholescale copy scenes from other films, giving them a cosmetic makeover and hoping no one will notices. But the guys at Screen Rant did.