250 IntroductionsSometimes while watching these Mega-Cuts, you come to the realization that there really are an insane amount of different stitchings in our cultural fabric, as a society. And sometimes while watching these Mega-Cuts you also realize the sad "what did I do with my life" amount of movies you've seen when you can identify all but 3 films in an 8 minute Mega-Cut.BUY @ AMAZON
If you think about it, though, this was probably the easiest one to make by far. All you need is to find the part of the movie where the most iconic characters in film history introduce themselves. So, in that respect, a lazy cut, but there's something so incredibly moving about hearing some of the greatest characters in film history say their own freakin' name.
40 Inspirational Speeches in 2 MinutesWhen football teams are losing by several touchdowns at halftime, when you spend all day cleaning just to have the kids come home to mess it up, or for when the McRib goes away again (the McRib is seriously the deadbeat dad of fast food), they really should just play this video for people.BUY @ AMAZON
It's easy to tune out when your furrow-browed, white-haired coach is yelling at you, but it's a lot harder to space out when people like Morgan Freeman and John Belushi are telling you to perk up and get your s**t straight. Even if you're getting up right now to grab some more Cheetos (doesn't that sound good? C'monnn...), you're going to do it with pride. Why? Because you deserve it (because you watched this video)!
The Stanley Kubrick One-Point Perspective Supercut
There Are Two Kinds of People Supercut
Nic Cage Gets PissedI didn't think Disney hired people who had any kind of negative image whatsoever, I mean they fired Keith Richards because they got inside information that he had tried drugs that one time (which really, it was a surprise to all of us.) Despite all of this, they got Nicolas Cage to star in the National Treasure movies even when he has scenes and movies like these.BUY @ AMAZON
The greatest ones come from, well, every movie, where you kind of realize Nicolas Cage is sort of a crazy actor. I mean, if you're a director looking to cast someone and you want crazy, that's who you get. But what would it feel like to make the decision "Nicolas Cage. I want to WORK with Nicolas Cage..."? The answer, I imagine, is "dirty".
BONUS: Check the guy's shirt in the background at 1:24. Subtle script cue for Cage?
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