The 100 Greatest Movie Threats Of All Time
Movie characters don't mince their words.
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Movie characters don't mince their words.
That Leonardo DICaprio sure is an intense actor, isn't he? Try watching his most intense moments back to back to back and tell us that he doesn't look a wee bit ridiculous trapped in that big glass case of emotion he acts inside of. That Leonardo DiCaprio sure is an intense actor, isn't he? At least he pulls it off, right? At least most of the time? Well, try watching his most intense moments back to back to back and tell us that he doesn't look a wee bit ridiculous trapped in that big glass case of emotion he acts inside of. Sure, he's no Nic Cage, but you've gotta give Leo credit for his consistent movie freakouts. It's moments like these that make even the most forgettable films stay with you. (Buzzfeed)
Interestingly enough, it's also the most annoying scream in movie history.
That's how I wanna go. Drafthouse Films asked the directors of the horror anthology ABC's of Death 2 to share what they feel is the greatest movie death. Their responses have been compiled in this supercut that somehow does not include any scenes from Con-Air, Samuel L. Jackson being eaten by a shark, or a guy being killed by a razor sharp frisbee. Clearly we need some kind of recount.
In this supercut, the craftiest criminals from cinema attempt to commit the heist of the century. Pulling off a successful bank heist takes a great deal of planning and a errorless execution. Unfortunately those elements rarely gel. In this supercut by our editor Paul Fiore, the craftiest criminals from cinema attempt to commit the heist of the century. Even with the finest masks and negotiation tactics, the job still goes awry.
Disguised as a "set tour," this is really just a rundown of what we can expect next year. "Boardwalk Empire" fans will definitely want to watch this video. Creator Terence Winter discusses not only the obvious season 2 plotline continuations that I'm not going to share here (watch the damn DVD's already so I can!) but also the overarching themes for the next season. Namely, "family." [post-album postid="209987" item="1"]Those who watched the first season are aware of how much family plays a role in virtually every character's life. Nucky and Eli are at odds in more ways than one, Jimmy deals with the fallout from his family situation, and it's safe to assume that there will be a new character or two introduced that will undoubtedly make life difficult for the criminals and whores in this family drama. Winter doesn't say anything about the greatest character on the show, Chalky White (played by Michael Kenneth Williams). Gee, you think you might want to highlight a character that is as cool as Omar from "The Wire" but dresses like Andre 3000? you think people wanna hear about that guy, genius? Sorry to get so salty. I just love Chalky White.
I know how much you kids love supercuts and cursing. Here's another ten minutes of characters in movies letting off some cleverly-worded steam. I know how much you kids love supercuts and cursing. Here's another ten minutes of characters in movies letting off some cleverly-worded steam. Why can't I come up with something this good when the guy at the 7-11 spits on my change? (Pajiba)
I will have to dock points for not including Wooderson's Ted Nugent t-shirt or the one the bad guy wears in 'Kuffs'. They mostly nailed it. From 'Moustache Rides' to 'What Are You Looking At, Dicknose?' All of your favorites are here. Though I will have to dock points for not including Wooderson's Ted Nugent t-shirt or the one the bad guy wears in Kuffs.
Are you kidding me with this supercut?! These movie characters seem to think so — especially the ones played by Adam Sandler. Are you kidding me with this supercut?! These movie characters seem to think so — especially the ones played by Adam Sandler. (Warning: Video contains some NSFW language.) Related: Supercut - The Wolf of Wall Street: Just the 'F' Words Supercut - Spoiler Alert! Supercut - Will Smith Making Noises
If they tried this with 'Family Guy', the editing software would break. NextMovie lived every 1990's college student's dream by getting paid to sit around and watch The Simpsons all day. The fruit of their labor is this supercut that compiles every film reference and parody featured on the show throughout the show's first five seasons. It clocks in at about 2o minutes and is arguably better then spending 20 minutes watching The Cleveland Show.