God bless YouTube for bringing us so many awesome supercut videos that feature all of our favourite movies, new and old. ANDPOP just loves compilation videos because it always includes the best of all worlds: cartoon, live action, and both old and new films and television shows.
Last week we brought you a compilation of best advice from television and film fathers, so this week we bring you something a little less cliche and a lot more violent: a supercut of fight scenes.
This video features the badass fight scenes from films like Thor, Iron Man, Rocky, Lord of the Rings, and Kill Bill.
You can take my word this video is more thrilling than gory. There’s nothing like watching Uma Thurman kick some ass in Kill Bill and Robert Downey Jr. don that Iron Man suit.
TV dads are far from perfect. Sometimes, they’re overbearing, over-protective and a little too nosey. But sometimes, they offer some wicked advice.
Check out this super cut by HooplaHa of some of the greatest advice ever given by TV dads. The dads featured in the compilation are from shows and films from different generations, and even feature cartoon fathers. Yep, even Homer Simpson and Peter Griffin have some wise words to share with their children.
My favourite piece of advice? From John Walton from The Waltons: “Show your woman she’s loved once in a while. A woman will put up with an awful lot if she knows she’s loved.”
Here’s one for your cute files: And entire compilation of animals playing dead. While my dog was a genius with this trick, rolling all the way over to his other side for dramatic effect, my cat Farley never quite mastered it. I don’t think it’s because he’s not playing along, I literally think he has some magnetic forcefield that blocks imaginary bullets. So really, my cat is just extra genius for his out of the box interpretation of the “bang bang” trick. Compliments to Compilariz for their wicked new mashup. Previously, they’ve done compilations on why they love Russia and why small gestures mean a lot.
This could arguably be the most overused phrase in television and movies. But you know what? This sentence is probably the best way to move the plot forward for ANYTHING.
These days, a small, good deed can really mean a lot to people. Even watching a good deed can take you by surprise and comfort you with the fact that the whole world isn’t completely screwed. This entire CompilarizTV supercut is devoted to chivalrous drivers who stopped to help older women cross the street. You might wonder why such random footage was caught on camera. Dash cameras are quite common in places like Russia, for safety purposes.
Task of the day: Help someone in need, even if it’s as simple as opening a door for someone.
Shoppers are beyond excited for Black Friday sales — some camping out for days — but this supercut of video horror stories just makes me sad. The cast of characters is the same every year: stampeding shoppers, pushy patrons and violent bargain-hunters. Although Thanksgiving is a time to honour the blessings in our lives, whether that’s family or friends, Black Friday can bring out more aggressive natures.
CompilarizTV‘s Black Friday supercut showcases some of the busiest crowds. This year, stay at home and spend time with family. A low-priced toaster is not worth the consumer chaos and frenzy.
Watch it here
Hurricane Sandy brought out its fair share of people who were “under the weather” on national television. Being cooped up indoors all day can understandably make people go a little stir crazy. That’s why CompilarizTV pulled together some of the best bloopers from the hurricane — though I don’t really consider them bloopers at all. Kudos to the dude at the end who recommends you prep with Scotch and cigarettes. That’s real journalism right there.
Watch it here
There’s nothing better than unwinding after a hard week’s work than sitting back and watching cute YouTube videos. Well, actually I can think of tons of things that are better for Friday night, but this supercute supercut of cats and dogs being BFFs is worth a watch with your BFF. Instead of watching one video and clicking on all the related posts, CompilarizTV has made it simple for you by cutting together all the best videos on YouTube.
Watch it here
It makes my blood boil to see such misguided parents as Lindsay Lohan’s, attempt to be role models for their children — who already have to face a lot being in the media limelight. Lindsay’s mom Dina Lohan had a 30-minute interview with television host Dr. Phil and people were quick to call the interview “weird” and even question her sobriety.
Dina was emotional right away and paranoid about whether or not the cameras were rolling. While Dr. Phil was questioning whether or not she was giving genuine or phoney answers, Dina was busy commenting on his cute tie and cute little shoes.
This was Dina’s chance to tell people who she really is and she didn’t rise to the occasion. You can see Dr. Phil call her out in this supercut by Vulture.
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We have all definitely watched our fair share of movies, whether it be comedy, romance or horror. Now how many have scenes have you watched that involve alien invasions, zombies taking over the streets and deadly natural disasters? This leads you to the scary thought of a possible apocalypse in the near future.
The mashup includes clips from many Hollywood movies: I Am Legend, 2012, Independence Day, The Day After Tomorrow, Cloverfield, Armageddon and many more —cause who doesn’t want to watch another movie about the world coming to an end?
Every once in a while, you just need to have a mega temper tantrum — especially if you’re so docile that you bottle up your feelings, inevitably waiting until you EXPLODE. In celebration of our spontaneous blowouts, YouTuber Zach Prewitt created a supercut of tantrums in some of our favourites movies. What’s your fave?
Because this is absolutely necessary, here is a video mash-up of a bunch of people dancing during their church masses.
Set to Skrillex’ Reptile, it becomes clear that praising God can also involve some hardcore dubstepping. My personal favourite move from all of this is the epileptic hair whipping.
Though I have to warn you. Whipping your hair too hard may cause some of it…to fall off.
Justin Bieber has a new fragrance coming out next week and asked his Beliebers to remix their own version of his hit single “Boyfriend” to “Girlfriend” (the name of the new scent)! Even though he only ends up picking one winner (OMB was it you?) and sharing some in his upcoming NBC special, here’s some of our favourites we mashed together in a supercut! Swaggy.
Working at andPOP, I’ve seen WAY TOO MANY covers of Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe.” This morning I was pushed over the edge when I heard that Fun. (who I love) covered the song too. It sounds pretty good but the more covers I hear the more I’m admittedly sick of the song. Don’t hate me.
Then this supercut by Pop Dust came along, which shows just how many covers there actually are. It features 75 of the most viral covers, lip dubs and dance numbers, including Justin Bieber and Katy Perry.
Somebody please call Carly already!
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