This is a video from Insider (previously) of marine biologist and shark scientist Amani Webber-Schultz rating ten different shark attacks (and shark scenes in general) from movies and TV shows based on their realism, dropping tons of shark knowledge in the water along the way like chum. Contestants include Jaws,
This is a video of pals Liam and Alex attempting a speedrun from Fight Club to Marmaduke in Apple TV using only movie suggestions based on the movie they’re currently viewing. It’s like Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, but they make it look way more exciting. In the video, they
This is a deepfake video starring Jerry Seinfeld in Pulp Fiction, complete with laugh track and sound effects from Seinfeld. It’s not as funny as the show, although I could certainly see Larry David trying to pitch this in an episode. “Prett-ay, prett-ay, prett-ay good,” I imagine him thinking to
This is a reel created by background actor EJ Zapata arguing all that television, commercials, and films exist in the same cinematic universe based on his (many) on-screen appearances. EJ has been busy in the background! Me? I have also been busy in the background, but even further back. Way
This is a video of Josh and friends from Youtube channel FliteTest constructing a massive 15-foot Iron Giant out of FT Maker Foam (which they often use to make model aircraft). Man, that Iron Giant would look great in my…apartment parking space? He definitely wouldn’t fit inside, that’s for sure.
This is a video (plus local news report follow up) of ‘The Popcorn Guy’ Jason Grosboll, a concession stand worker who’s been scooping popcorn at the Corpus Christi Century 16 Theatre in Texas for over ten years, and does it IN STYLE. The way he layers the scoops of popcorn
This is a supercut of 30 different movie and television show references made in The Office. Is it all of them ever? I seriously doubt it. Of course I seriously doubt everything because I’m a skeptic. The moon landing? Hard to say, I wasn’t there, and I don’t know anybody
All time being from 1976 to the present, of course. Before that there was no time, and, I assume, wristwatches and those cat wall clocks didn’t even exist. So yeah, the top grossing movies from 1976 to 2022. There’s nothing really too surprising on the list, although it was fun