‘Best Visual Effects’ is the Academy Awards category that’s most accessible to casual moviegoers. It’s the only category that regularly features film series like Harry Potter, The X-Men, The Marvel Cinematic Universe, Star Wars, and Lord of the Rings. It’s the only category that’s judged on the basis of “oh my god, how cool was that?!” That’s why I was pretty excited that supercut maestros at Burger Fiction have put together this compilation of every Best Visual effects winner from 1927’s Wings (not the sitcom) to 2015’s Ex Machina.
One of my favorite Vimeo Video Editors, whoispablo, put together an interesting new Supercut showing the similarities between the recently rebooted Mad Max: Fury Road and the original Mad Max Trilogy.
Apparently, with all of the snapchatting and whatsapping, some people just don’t have 6ish hours to watch classic movies. That’s what’s so great about the Indiana Jones recap above, and the Back To The Future recap below.
I’ve long argued profusely that Quentin Tarantino is American Cinema’s greatest Auteur. I know that’s an incredibly bold statement, but hear me out.
This is insane. How the hell did I over look this little Star Trek: The Next Generation gem!? Watch this Supercut created by YouTube user WeirdHat. Commander Riker, played by Jonathan Frakes, had a very unusual way of sitting. He’s so tall that he throws his leg over the back part of the chair.