The French comedy group Golden Moustache has created “Movies vs. Life 2,” a funny follow-up to their first “Movies vs. Life” video that compares even more faultless film scenes to real life fails.
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For Slacktory, Debbie Saslaw edited a supercut video of people saying “It’s a no brainer” in movies and television. No one says it in real life, but everyone says it in movies and TV. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
In their latest mission, Improv Everywhere recreated the jogging montages from the movies Rocky and Rocky II by sending a Rocky lookalike through the streets of Philadelphia. The mission is the first in a new Improv Everywhere series, “Movies in Real Life.” photo by Arin Sang-urai
For the ninth mission in their ongoing “Movies in Real Life” series, Improv Everywhere recreated the “I am Spartacus!” scene from Stanley Kubrik’s Spartacus in a Manhattan Starbucks. video and images via Improv Everywhere
Andy Schneider and Jonathan Britnell of Burger Fiction have created a welcoming supercut video of characters saying “welcome to” in 74 different movies. We are welcomed to Wayne’s World, to Fight Club, to real life (Spaceballs), and more.
Mind Warehouse has created a interesting video where they point out ten locations in Disney animated movies that actually exist in real life. Have you ever dreamed, while watching your favorite animated movie, to find yourself on the other side of the screen: walking through the picturesque streets of a magical town, living in a…
For the sixth mission in their ongoing Movies in Real Life series, Improv Everywhere has recreated the 1993 sci-fi adventure film Jurassic Park in real life. The video was directed by Charlie Todd and produced by Deverge. We drove a replica ‘Jurassic Park’ Jeep through the streets of New York. Actors dressed like the characters…
For the eighth mission in their ongoing “Movies in Real Life” series, Improv Everywhere recreated Harry Potter’s search for Platform 9 3/4 and the Hogwarts Express from Harry Potter and the Sorceror’s Stone in New York Penn Station. video and images via Improv Everywhere