Doc! Marty! 'Back To The Future' Supercut!

They don't talk like real people. Did you ever notice how often Doc and Marty refer to one another by name? Well, they do. It's like 45% of their lines.

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This video nods to almost every movie made between 1980 and 1989. (Sorry, C.H.U.D.) The gang behind Take Me Home Tonight, the title of which is an 80's reference, decided to up the stakes of the reference game in this video, which manages to nod to damn near every movie made during the decade. What's the purpose of this video? I dunno. It reminds us that Take Me Home Tonight is a movie that's coming out (which serves the producers), and it's enjoyable to watch (which serves the viewer). Win-win. So sit back and watch Topher and the gang just...just live, man. They've already done two trailers, so rather than give too much of the movie away, they just decided to have some fun with the characters. Hard not to get on board with that. Cinema Blend caught references to 32 different movies in this clip/music video, so if you want to see a list much more exhaustive than my paltry 6, click here. Otherwise, let the references wash over you like so much cocaine-laced bathwater. What? Yes. Take Me Home Tonight hits theaters March 4, 2011.


'You Look Like Sh*t' Movie Line Supercut

Jesus. Get some sleep. I'm surprised it took us this long to get a supercut of movie characters telling each other that they look like shit. I mean, we have one of people saying, "It's the 90's," so we might as well have one that's equally condescending, even if it's more directly so. With no more further ado (because what else can be said), here is a supercut that might just make you feel better about how you look today. Even if you really do look like shit. Do you even own a mirror? (A.V. Club)


The Definitive LIst Of Arnold Schwazenegger One-Liners Is Upon Us

The perfect line for any time you rip a guy's arms off. I don't know what other information you need besides what is here in the title. Arnold Schwarzenegger is the king of cheesy action film one-liners. He's been doing this for a long time now, and while everyone has their favorite, I don't think that more than a couple are kept in mind at any one time. THAT TIME IS OVER. Here, courtesy of some dude named Shea Serrano from Grantland, is the authoritative rundown. It's unfortunately not a supercut, because that would be TOO awesome, but you can kind of make your own lame supercut by just watching this one clip over and over again: (A.V. Club)