Youtuber whatdondrapersays has really done the lord's work with this supercut featuring a bunch of movie characters singing Sir Mix-A-Lot's seminal classic "Baby Got Back". You can tell it's a true masterwork based on the inclusion of the great Sho'nuff from The Last Dragon at the 2:20 mark. The answer to your next question is yes, Platoon does handle the "me so horny" part. Bravo interwebs. [via thedailywh.at]
Outside Lands just announced their food lineup and then I got all hungry because I saw they added a grilled cheese place. If that wasn't enough I started catching up on what's been happening on the interwebs by checking out The Daily What and stumbled upon this absolutely mouth-watering doozy of a supercut: Greatest Movie Sandwiches. Having heard an amazing concept like that your mind must clearly be racing to Clark Griswold's urine sandwich dance, and I can happily confirm its inclusion, as well as the famous sandwich that my new death metal band is named after: Busey's Meatballs.
One of these days we are going to get into the supercut game, but for now we will just continue to link to the awesome work done by those that actually get things finished, like Film Drunk's video editor Oliver Noble. His latest opus fits in with the Valentine's Day theme as it features "Cinema's Most Disturbing Smooches". As one would expect the creepiness far outweighs the romance, much like my love life. I will say that I'm incredibly shocked we didn't get some Tom Cruise or Travolta in there as they are about as disturbing as they come. At the very least I expected some Rocky Dennis.
Complete list of films used after the jump.
Movies (in order of appearance)
- The Shining (1980)
- 300 (2006)
- Howard The Duck (1986)
- The Goonies (1985)
- A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 2: Freddy's Revenge (1985)
- Planet of the Apes (1968)
- Star Trek: First Contact (1996)
- Sleepy Hollow (1999)
- Nekromantik (1987)
- Octane (2003)
- Candyman (1992)
- Dead Alive (1992)
- Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
Here's a nice little bit from the awesome Filmdrunk's video editor Oliver Noble that not only offers empirical evidence in the case against Michael Bay, but also helps to expand your knowledgebase. Titled A Brief History of Conspicuous Product Placement in Movies, the name is pretty literal so don't be expecting subtlety. As with any good video that talks about selling out in cinema, Wayne's World gets a nice little segment, although I'm not sure why there is no "Ah, Nuprin. Little, yellow, different."