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I love this supercut of Tom Cruise’s best running scenes, first because it shows the range of films he’s worked in over the decades, and the different ways different directors and cinematographers shoot the scenes (and some similarities), and because […]

Check out Slate’s compilation of movie scenes set in grocery stores.  It has a lot of my favorites, but leaves out this classic with Henry Fonda and Lucille Ball, from the fact-based “Yours, Mine, and Ours.”

This gorgeously edited supercut from David Ehrlich of Little White Lies pays tribute to his favorite films of 2014 from the widely lauded to the barely noticed. Get out a pen and paper — you’re going to want to make […]

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, […]

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.

Lionel Ritchie’s “Hello,” performed by movie stars.  How many of these clips can you identify?