CGI in movies of the 90s

Every beginning is hard. So also the beginnings of computer-generated special effects in the cinema. Diane Bullock has times cinema-TRAILER made the 90 and knocked on their previous CGI qualities. The result is a beautiful SuperCut with some terrible examples. Funny to watch, all that, so in retrospect and the next least 20 likely to continue so years…

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The Awkward Teen Years of CGI (Movie Trailer Mashup)

Del Toro in Colors

A short Video Of Quentin Dumas, showing us, used as Guillermo Del Toro colors in his films, to produce certain Amtosphären and moods…

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Del Toro in Colors (SuperCut)

The Year in Movies: 2016 Cinema Supercut

More beautiful SuperCut to the blockbusters of the last year of the Screen Junkies:

We know, We know: it’s not an Honest TRAILER. BUT – As we here at Screen Junkies take a few days off to celebrate with our families, we’re bringing you the best of the best of 2016 Cinema in one epic Supercut! From superheroes to animation to horror and Beyond, get all nostalgic about this year as a big thank you from all of us!

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The Year in Movies: 2016 Cinema Supercut

Movie Santa Super Claus

More beautiful SuperCut Of Burger Fiction, matching the forthcoming festival of festivals.

You smell like beef and cheese. You don’t smell like Santa.

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Movie Santa Super Claus

Here is the list of films used in Supercut:

Elf (2003)
Christmas Evil (1980)
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)
Santa’s Slay (2005)
Arthur Christmas (2011)
Fred Claus (2007)
Don’t Open Till Christmas (1984)
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (1964)
Trading Places (1983)
Santa Claus Conquers The Martians (1964)
Black Christmas (1974)
Bad Santa (2003)
A Christmas Story (1983)
Scrooged (1988)
A Christmas horror Story (2015)
Rise Of The Guardians (2012)
Santa With Muscles (1996)
Miracle On 34th Street (1947)
Fred Claus (2007)
Elf (2003)
Jingle All the Way (1996)
Fred Claus (2007)
The Santa Clause (1994)
Miracle On 34th Street (1947)
Trading Places (1983)
Santa Claus: The movie (1985)
Miracle On 34th Street (1994)
The Santa Clause (1994)
A Muppets Christmas: Letters To Santa (2009)
Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer (1964)
A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas (2011)
Elf (2003)
The Polar Express (2004)
The Santa Clause (1994)

Every Jason Statham Punch. ever.

Friends, only blows, no kicks! Probably the number is therefore also so surprisingly low. In fact, I find it here but on, that I have really seen a lot of movies with him…

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Every Jason Statham Punch. ever.

Simon-s Cat – Christmas Collection

there at Christmas a small compilation of all „festive“ Cat videos. Although Is Goofy, because actually just recycling old content (some of it was also to talk), But all one has probably not seen anyway and that makes all the same 13 Minute animated conversation…

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Simon's Cat - Christmas Collection

Remakes: Scenes of remake and original compared

Today indeed is hardly something new in theaters. Only the umpteenth part of a known franchise or just reissues, ie Remakes. The following sets does not show the time drölzigste, that the „new“ Spider-Man swings through more and more CGI, but (more or less) 1:1-Remakes of films. interesting, which parallels and conscious differences in production have been received. This is of course difficult fathomable in a few minutes, but Jaume R. Lloret at least shows some nice scenes in direct comparison between original and remake.

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Remakes

A list of the compared Movies after the jump

I want everything, Give me everything➤

The American Dream in Film

Fandor us a nice video essay compiled:

Film theorist Robin Wood’s seminal essay “Ideology, Kind, Auteur” advocates an all-encompassing approach to criticism. In the essay, Wood refuses to plant his methodological flag in any of the prevailing theoretical camps of the 1970s—the auteur theory that gained prominence thanks to the French New Wave critics at Cahiers du Cinema and Andrew Sarris; close analysis of film genres (especially the Western); and the Marxist turn towards decoding the ideology of Hollywood films—and encourages critics to “being alive to the opposing pulls, the tensions, of one’s world” by attempting to understand a work of art through the interpenetration of all three theories simultaneously.

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Every Time R2-D2 Saves the Day

Luke, Han and Leia were already dead, if it were not for R2-D2! Here is a SuperCut all scenes, in which the little droid brings the coals out of the fire…

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Every Time R2-D2 Saves the Day

The 6th Street Bridge in Movies

Most will have seen the 6th Street Bridge in Los Angeles ever, because it was already repeatedly turned on urban channel times. Be it from the top, From the bottom or in the background. From Grease to Drive sorts classic films are, which could hardly be more different. Only one thing connects them all - the bridge. Unfortunately, it is now history, so Vashi Nedomansky devotes a final tribute in the form of a Supercuts.

The 6th Street Bridge was built in 1932 and is currently the longest bridge (3500 feet) in Los Angeles. On January 27, 2016 it closed down and will be demolished in the upcoming weeks.

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THE 6TH STREET BRIDGE

Megaxplex

Smash TV enführen us with the following 80-minütgen SuperCut-movie on a nostalgic trip through the drug 80s. With stars like Hulk Hogan, Akira and Turtles…

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Megaplex
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