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Movie Clips Online

posted by Nell Minow

The Movie Clips website is not a place to visit if there is someplace you have to be.

It is, however, a fabulous resource for watching favorite clips and discovering new ones.  It’s a genius idea.  They have actual human beings selecting and coding some of the greatest movie moments ever so that you can go look for your favorite movie by title or you can look up clips by tags from genre to star to subject matter.  mood, prop, action, era, or check out their cool supercuts mash-ups on topics like birthdays, weddings, sales pitches and job interviews.

It’s still in beta.  They have some odd restrictions.  They can’t show certain logos and some performers will not allow them to use particular clips.  But they are adding more all the time and working on some great partnerships to make it easier to share your favorites.

 

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