With only a few weeks left until the end of 2012, it's time for everyone to reflect back on the year in entertainment. One editor decided to do it with a supercut, and her seven-minute montage that ties together more than 300 of the year's releases is a reminder that this was a huge year for genre flicks.
Ever since we were putting goldfish bowls on our heads as kids (oh come on, you know you did that) we've dreamed about the joy of strapping on our very own space helmet and blasting off. And even if none of us can be astronauts, we'll always have the movies, as this awesome space helmet supercut reminds us.
It's 2012 and the holiday season—we're all pretty busy individuals. So who has the time to kick back and catch up on the best of the best in sci-fi films? Luckily, there's a super cut for that.
It took eight movies to contain J.K. Rowling's huge Harry Potter series—but who has nearly 24 hours to actually watch it all? Luckily, that's where this new supercut comes in handy.
It's the end of the world as we know it an explosive (literally) new supercut, which shows off several classic movie apocalypses. Want to see the world go boom?
The second season of Game of Thrones had a whole lot of a whole lot: nudity, scheming, backstabbing (and front-stabbing) as well as a whole mess of death and dismemberment. This wonderful little video catalogues the many and varied ways people met their ends in Westeros.
There are lots of things to love about Christopher Nolan's second Bat-film, The Dark Knight, but high on that list—way up near the top—is Heath Ledger's interpretation of the Clown Prince of Crime. If you just want to swim in his performance, here's every line of Joker dialogue ... and nothing but.
You've seen it a thousand times in movies ranging from The Matrix to Sucker Punch to anything with a Marvel hero in it: When a hero (or villain) jumps from something high or flies in from the wild blue yonder they always, always make a perfect three-point landing. A landing we'll now call the Super Crouch.