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Rowan Atkinson stars as Mr. Bean in this blood-curdling, gripping psychological thriller…and he’s had enough of everyone’s sh*t. Watch as the true twisted nature of Mr. Bean’s psychotic dark side is revealed through acts of horrific terror.

 

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The Perfect Bowl of Ramen

Many Westerners equate ramen noodles with the cheap dried stuff that poor students and young adults eat, but Criterion Collection is trying to change that. They put together this wonderful documentary to promote the 4K restoration of “ramen Western” Tampopo, one of the greatest food films ever made.

Criterion spoke with several chefs who dedicated big parts of their careers to perfecting ramen after seeing Tampopo, which is a funny and sensual and sweet film that incorporates martial arts and Western themes into the story of a young woman trying to transform a sad little ramen shop into a place she can create her culinary art.

The Magic of Making Sound

In Hollywood, everything is magic and make-believe, even sounds. When you watch a film that immerses you completely in its world, you’re probably hearing the work of sound artists. If the work is done right, you won’t be able to tell that the “natural” sounds on screen are manufactured with studio props. That’s the challenge for Warner Bros. Foley artists Alyson Moore, Chris Moriana and mixer Mary Jo Lang. Theirs is a practice in recreation, one creative element at a time.

Indiana Jones as a Bourne Movie

From CineFix: “We can dream, right? What if this Steven Spielberg classic was actually part of the Bourne series? Here’s a little taste for the action spy fans!”

Bohemian Rhapsody Acted Out

The filmmakers at Corridor Digital brilliantly put a literal spin to the poignant lyrics of the iconic Queen song “Bohemian Rhapsody,” which were acted out in an appropriate live-action scene.

Invisible Typewriter

YouTuber MFICPrometheus shared this video of a man, who was traveling with a bunch of his drinking buddies, brilliantly reenacting the great Jerry Lewis’ hilarious “invisible typewriter” scene from the 1963 comedy film Who’s Minding the Store?

Here’s the original scene for comparison:

Dialect coach Erik Singer breaks down some of the best and worst movie accents in a video for Wired. Singer explains that when a movie accent misses its mark there are often a number of factors at work.

Post Apocalypse

Bora Barroso created a compilation of imagery from post-apocalyptic cinema, creating the ultimate depressing-yet-curiously-liberating vision of human doom.

Films Used:
– Mad Max Fury Road
– I Am Legend
– The Book of Eli
– The Road
– Oblivion
– Priest
– Los últimos días
– Carriers
– 28 Days Later
– Children of Men
– 12 Monkeys
– The Day After Tomorrow
– Dawn of the Planet of the Apes
– Terminator Salvation


<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/193388063″>THE WORLD OF TOMORROW (A Tribute)</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/borabarroso”>Bora Barroso</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

 

The Hero’s Journey

Every good story follows the concept of The Hero’s Journey, first described by Joseph Campbell. This supercut shows scenes from some of the best.

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