I love this compilation from Cinefix of the top ten movie edits of all time. I’ll bet you can guess at least a few.
My friend Michael Mirasol has put together another magnificent compilation — this time it’s a history of apes and monkeys in film. How many can you identify? He writes: Non-human primates have existed on film from the art form’s inception, […]
My friend Michael Mirasol has put together a wonderful supercut of movie robots in honor of this week’s release of the new Transformers movie. How many can you identify?
My friend Michael Mirasol has created a beautiful tribute to some of the greatest fathers in the movies.
What do the Simpsons and the LEGO movie characters have in common? A couch!
This fabulous compilation/supercut was made by Jonathan Keogh and inspired by the terrific 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die by Stephen Jay Schneider. For a DVD featuring this and other magnificently edited compilations by Keogh ($10), email Bluefishfilms@aol.com.
I look forward to this every year, spotting all my favorites and thinking back over everything I’ve seen. Here’s the list.
Hungarian director György Pàlfi worked for three years and assembled 450 selections from movies to put together this love letter to the history of film. Can’t wait to see it.
I look forward to this every year! It is a brilliantly edited and scored little film of its own. Look through the year in film and see how many you can identify. The complete list is at the Filmographile tumblr.