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100 FILMS (no animated movies) SONGS: "Underwater Love" by Smoke City and "Breathe" by the Prodigy. FILMS USED (listed in order of appearance): Clash of the Titans (2010) A.I. The Big Blue Deadly pursuit Skyfall Top Secret The Neverending Story Splash Ferris Bueller's day off Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon What lies beneath LadyHawke Trainspotting Legend River Wild Phenomena Princess from the Moon The Bourne Ultimatum Ondine Australia The man who cried The Descendants Being John Malkovich The graduate Rushmore The thin red line Point break Gattaca Jaws The Blue Lagoon Life Aquatic The Return of the King Titanic The Abyss Cocoon Clash of the Titans (2010) The Fellowship of the Ring The Abyss Always Flipper Splash In dreams Waterworld Creature from the Black Lagoon Piranha 3D The Big Blue The Blue Lagoon Hook Splash The Bourne Supremacy The Abyss Romeo + Juliet Hook Stigmata Minority report Hulk Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Highlander Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade World's Greatest Dad Alien Resurrection A.I. Casino Royale The Piano Sanctum Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire The Abyss The Phantom Menace Warm bodies Superman returns La cité des enfants perdus Inception Superman 20,000 leagues under the sea Sunset Boulevard The night of the hunter Lethal weapon 2 The Poseidon Adventure Lady in the Water Excalibur True Lies Piranha 3D Jaws Hellboy Piranha 3D Pirates of the Caribbean Cutthroat Island Let the right one in Jaws 20,000 leagues under the sea Piranha 3D Lake Placid Alien Resurrection Deep Blue Sea Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Lethal weapon 4 River wild Skyfall Top Secret Creature from the Black Lagoon Anaconda Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Sphere Piranha Piranha 3D Sphere Hellboy The faculty Jaws Lake Placid The secret of my success Lethal weapon Poseidon Alien Resurrection Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1 Nightmare on Elm Street The adventures of Baron Munchausen The man who cried Hollow Man Jaws Hulk The Majestic Unbreakable Poseidon Sunshine Dead calm Long kiss goodnight Jaws Sphere Big trouble in Little China Phenomena What lies beneath Rogue The Abyss Deep blue sea Alien Resurrection Ferris Bueller's day off Dragonslayer Leviathan The 13th warrior Outlander Leviathan Outlander MOVIES I LEFT OUT FOR EDITING REASONS: X-Men: First Class The Goonies Big Fish The Rock The Bourne identity Mission Impossible III The cabin in the woods Black Swan How to make an American quilt And there is ONE FILM I SKIPPED COMPLETELY ON PURPOSE: New Moon.
A personal challenge: mixing three classic movies from 1982 in one single video. "Blade Runner" by Ridley Scott "Conan the Barbarian" by John Millius "The Thing" by John Carpenter MUSIC: "Octavarium" by Dream Theater. This was a very personal gift for someone very special to me.
My tribute to my favorite swords in cinema (no lightsabers, only steel). I focused mostly on medieval and fantasy swords, Japanese katanas have just a small mention, they're a different world really. MUSIC: - "Anvil of Crom" by Basil Poledouris (from "Conan the Barbarian") - "Guide my sword" by Mark Knopfler (from "The Princess Bride") - "A game of intrigue" by Trevor Jones (from "Merlin") - "Training montage" by Michael Kamen (from "Highlander") - "Siegfried's Funeral March" by Richard Wagner MOVIES USED (in order of first appearance): Conan the Barbarian Kingdom of Heaven Outlander The Return of the King Dragonslayer Excalibur Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Troy The Princess Bride Highlander The Fellowship of the Ring Legend LadyHawke Kill Bill Hero Willow The 13th warrior The Mask of Zorro Young Sherlock Holmes Batman begins The Two Towers Equilibrium Hellboy 2 Crying Freeman Braveheart
Have you ever thought "my mind and my body contradict each other"? What if you could use them separately? MUSIC: "Tequila" by the Champs. MOVIES USED (listed in order of first appearance): Death becomes her Sleepy Hollow Return to Oz The Corpse Bride Beetlejuice Mars Attacks! The adventures of Baron Munchausen Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey Harry Potter & the Philosopher's Stone Alien Alice in Wonderland The Thing Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest Harry Potter & the Prisoner of Azkaban Labyrinth Evil Dead 2 8 heads in a duffel bag Total Recall Prometheus
A very personal and simple tribute to some romances that take place in ancient and medieval times, mostly war times. I took a very melancholic approach, considering some of these couples do have happy endings. MUSIC: "Castle in the mist" by Michiru Oshima, extracted from the soundtrack of the videogame "Ico". MOVIES USED (in order of appearance): Centurion Princess Bride Troy Spartacus Kingdom of Heaven Braveheart Robin Hood (Scott) Dragonslayer Gladiator Conan the Barbarian The name of the rose
My tribute to my favorite cross-dressing women (and female actresses playing male characters) in cinema. Song: "Androgyny" by Garbage. FILMS USED: Yentl Mulan Boys don't cry Albert Nobbs Belle epoque Victor Victoria I'm not there Dragonslayer Sylvia Scarlett Crouching tiger, hidden dragon Orlando Pitch Black Salt The year of living dangerously Casanova Shakespeare in love Just one of the guys
My recap for season 3. Music by Ramin Djawadi. My recap for season 2: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xygz3k_game-of-thrones-shadows-and-fire-season-2_shortfilms#.UbjJ1flM-So My recap for season 1: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xyg11z_game-of-thrones-win-or-die-season-1_shortfilms#.UbjJ0flM-So
My personal tribute to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Enjoy it in FULL HD! SONG: "DVNO" by Justice. FILMS USED: Iron Man The Incredible Hulk Iron Man 2 Thor Captain America The Avengers
My personal tribute to this great icon of action genre, featuring "The Bourne Identity", "The Bourne Supremacy" and "The Bourne Ultimatum". SONG: "Burn my shadow" by UNKLE (featuring Ian Astbury).
My personal tribute to the great Harry. SONG: "The Joker" by Steve Miller Band. FILMS USED (listed in order of first appearance): Witness Raiders of the Lost Ark Return of the Jedi Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom Working girl Blade Runner Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Sabrina The Empire strikes back Six days, seven nights Star Wars; A new hope Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Regarding Henry Mosquito Coast
My personal tribute to the great Michelle. SONG: "Simply irresistible" by Robert Palmer. FILMS USED: Lady Hawke A midsummer night's dream Married to the mob Batman returns The witches of Eastwick Sweet liberty The Russia House The age of innocence Wolf Scarface Into the night The Fabulous Baker Boys One fine day What lies beneath Stardust Hairspray Frankie & Johnny Dangerous liaisons
These are not meant to be the scariest movie scenes nor the best horror movies, it's just a personal selection of scenes that scare me. MUSIC: "The ring of fire" by Wojciech Kilar, extracted from the score of "Bram Stoker's Dracula". This used to be my "Top 30 scenes that give me the creeps", but Youtube blocked it so I decided to transform it into a short montage. FILMS USED: Seven Lost Highway Beetlejuice The silence of the lambs The exorcism of Emily Rose Return to Oz 1408 Dragonslayer The sixth sense Blair Witch Project Young Sherlock Holmes Nightmare on Elm Street Picnic at Hanging Rock Poltergeist Pan's Labyrinth The innocents Twilight Zone: The Movie The Mist Mulholland Drive The Shining The Entity The Exorcist Jaws The Others The Thing (1982) Alien The Fly (1986) Paranormal activity Invasion of the body Snatchers (1978) The Ring (USA, 2002)
My personal tribute to the nicest guy of his generation (which is also mine), one of the very few child actors who has really succeded and endured past puberty. This is not my typical actor tribute, I wanted to show how he grew up over the years, so I did a chronological montage of his films. SONG: "When I grow up (to be a man)" by the Beach Boys. FILMS USED: Back to the future, Part 2 (1989) Avalon (1990) Paradise (1991) Radio Flyer (1992) Forever Young (1992) The adventures of Huck Finn (1993) The good son (1993) North (1994) The War (1994) Flipper (1996) The ice storm (1997) Deep Impact (1998) The Faculty (1998) The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) The Return of the King (2003) Sin City (2005) Everything is illuminated (2006) Paris je t'aime (2006)
My personal tribute to Chris Ricci. SONG: "A girl like you" by Edwyn Collins. I grew up watching Christina grow up on the big screen, and I've always loved her, especially her big eyes and her unconventional attitude. I don't think she's a great actress, but I do think the camera loves her. And I also believe she looks gorgeous with a few extra pounds. FILMS USED: Mermaids (1990) The hard way (1991) The Addams Family (1991) The Addams Family Values (1993) Casper (1995) Now and then (1995) The ice storm (1997) The opposite of sex (1998) Buffalo '66 (1998) Fear and loathing in Las Vegas (1998) Pecker (1998) Sleepy Hollow (1999) The man who cried (2000) Prozac Nation (2001) Miranda (2002) Anything else (2003) Penelope (2006) Black Snake Moan (2006) After life (2009) New York, I love you (2009)
My favorite nemeses in cinema (NOT THE BEST, just the ones I love most). Nemeses meaning two enemies that are the exact opposite of each other and at the same time have a very strong connection between them. MUSIC: "Clubbed to death" by Rob Dougan (Kurayamino Mix). 30.-David Dunn vs Elijah Prince (Unbreakable) 29.-Xavier vs Magneto (X-Men) 28.-Lopeman vs Pitman (There was a crooked man) 27.-Riddick vs Jones (Pitch Black) 26.-Kimble vs Gerard (The fugitive) 25.-Borden vs Angier (The Prestige) 24.-Daniel Plainview vs Eli (There will be blood) 23.-Atreyu vs Gmorg (The Neverending Story) 22.-Tindle vs Wyke (Sleuth) 21.-Sweeney Todd vs Judge Turpin 20.-Iñigo Montoya vs Count Rugen (Princess Bride) 19.-Sean Archer vs Castor Troy (Face/off) 18.-Quint vs shark (Jaws) 17.-Costigan vs Colin (The Departed) 16.-Crow vs Valek (John Carpenter's Vampires) 15.-McClane vs Simon (Die hard with a vengeance) 14.-Elliot Ness vs Al Capone (The Untouchables) 13.-Kyle Reese vs the Terminator 12.-Ash vs Evil Ash (Army of Darkness) 11.-Batman vs Joker 10.-Conan vs Thusla Doom 9.-Maximus vs Comodus (Gladiator) 8.-Ben-Hur vs Messala 7.-Neo vs Agent Smith (The Matrix) 6.-Beatrix Kiddo vs Elle Driver (Kill Bill Vol. 2) 5.-McLeod vs Kurgan (Highlander) 4.-Harry Potter vs Voldemort 3.-Ellen Ripley vs Alien Queen (Aliens) 2.-Batman vs Joker (The Dark Knight) 1.-Luke Skywalker vs Darth Vader (Star Wars, Episode V: The Empire strikes back)
My personal tribute to the craziest cinematic love of my life. SONG: Elvis Presley vs JXL "A little less conversation". FILMS USED: The night before Parenthood Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure I love you to death Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey My private Idaho Point Break Speed Little Buddha Much ado about nothing Johnny Mnemonic The Matrix The Matrix Reloaded Constantine The day the Earth stood still
My personal tribute to this lovely lady. SONG: "Crazy" by Aerosmith. FILSM USED: Great ball of fire Edward Scissorhands Celebrity Bram Stoker's Dracula How to make an American quilt The age of innocence Beetlejuice Little women Night on Earth Lucas Alien Resurrection Heathers Reality Bites Scanner Darkly Mermaids The Crucible Simone Girl interrupted
Self-explanatory title really... MUSIC: "Come to me", extracted from the score of 1985 "Fright night", composed by Brad Fiedel. FILMS USED (listed only the first time each one of them appears): 00:01 - Starman 00:05 - Little children 00:10 - The Bourne identity 00:15 - The man who cried 00:20 - The name of the rose 00:25 - Sex, lies and videotape 00:30 - The quick and the dead 00:34 - Before sunrise 00:36 - The Fountain 00:39 - Cider House Rules 00:51 - The private lives of Pippa Lee 00:55 - Bram Stoker's Dracula 00:57 - Fur 01:02 - Cat people 01:18 - True romance 01:31 - Fright night 01:35 - Frankie and Johnny 01:37 - Blue Velvet 01:39 - Flesh+Blood 01:43 - Boys don't cry 01:46 - Match point 02:02 - Miami Vice 02:05 - Go 02:08 - A history of violence 02:10 - Greystoke 02:13 - Point of no return 02:17 - Running on empty 02:19 - Say anything 02:20 - The good girl 02:27 - Secretary 02:35 - Gattaca
My personal tribute to the great Mike, my first cinematic love ever. SONG: "The one and only" by Chesney Hawkes. FILMS USED: Back the future trilogy Teenwolf The secret of my success Doc Hollywood The hard way The Frighteners
My tribute to the longest legs and the biggest smile in Hollywood. SONG: "Unbelievalbe" by EMF. FILSM USED: Long Kiss Goodnight The Fly Thelma & Louise The accidental tourist Tootsie Cutthroat Island A league of their own Accidental hero Beetlejuice