Super supercuts
February 8, 2016 10:55 AM   Subscribe

Vimeo user somersetVII has created 10 beautiful, masterful supercut videos. Coens | 30 celebrates 30 years of Coen Bros movies while Stanley Kubrick gets an appropriately moody and atmospheric tribute. Other standouts include Baseball on Film and Cinema: A Space Odyssey, which only a true fan of the genres could make.
posted by Room 641-A (8 comments total) 19 users marked this as a favorite
 
I don't even like baseball and that was still riveting. Thanks for the post.
posted by ZakDaddy at 12:17 PM on February 8, 2016 [1 favorite]


Cinema: A Space Odyssey was very nicely done. The rest of them give me something to look forward to on the commute this afternoon. Nice post.
posted by Clinging to the Wreckage at 12:33 PM on February 8, 2016


I think they are so good that any one of them could stand alone as an FPP. I found the Coen Bros video first and was going to sit on it until the current Coen Bros post was retired, and I was so happy to find there were more. I've watched them all at least twice.
posted by Room 641-A at 12:52 PM on February 8, 2016


Wow. Gorgeous.
posted by RedOrGreen at 2:46 PM on February 8, 2016


I watched the baseball one, and started thinking, "I bet they only do the most popular ones, and leave out films like For Love Of The Game, or 61*" but no, they put in some even minor ones. Well done. And you don't even need the whole film (or even the right film) to get teary-eyed with the music from The Natural playing behind some epic baseball finish.
posted by Metro Gnome at 5:09 PM on February 8, 2016 [2 favorites]


I look forward to post-superbowl Monday every year - it's the beginning of baseball season as far as I'm concerned, and it begins with the ritual watching-of-the-baseball-movies. Love the baseball supercut - it's a perfect way to start the pre-season.
posted by headnsouth at 5:27 PM on February 8, 2016


I want a supercut of Adam Sandler phoning it in. Clip after clip of him clearly not giving a shit about looking like he should give a shit about the acting job he is supposed to be doing. Maybe it would be possible to find the point where he gives up any pretense at caring, which I assume he did at some point earlier in his career.

Admittedly I could just watch an Adam Sandler movie, but I would not like to do that. The point is for someone else to do the watching of Adam Sandler movies.
posted by asok at 3:16 AM on February 9, 2016 [1 favorite]


I'm getting a little tired of supercuts but these are really well done. He(?) does a great job with match cuts, dissolves and multiple exposures and especially the audio. I usually roll my eyes at yet another Kubrick fanboy video on Vimeo but this one is so much better than most I've seen.
posted by octothorpe at 7:18 AM on February 9, 2016


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