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12.10.14 Aymann Ismail

New York One, Time Warner’s 24-hour cable news channel, has kept a pulse on major events in the city since 1992. Over the years, the programs on the local channel have become a junket for national audiences, too, offering a look into the city’s daily machinations that go on to change the nation, and even […]

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12.03.14 Bucky Turco

Take one part Breaking Bad and mix it with one part Dr. Seuss and this, this, this is what you get. […]

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06.19.14 Aymann Ismail

As of this moment, there have been 21 World Cup matches. Though there are plenty of reasons to hate this corrupt, poor people exploiting, international sporting event in Brazil, this is very exciting stuff to some people, particularly the soccer fans who show up garlanded in patriotic regalia and face-paint, waiting and waiting and waiting […]

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06.03.14 Sophie Weiner

Our favorite cinematic supercuts feature events that repeatedly occur in movies but happen considerably less in real life. (Also, anything featuring Nicholas Cage). This time, it’s the CINEMATIC TABLE FLIP. Can you feel the vicarious catharsis as you watch the protagonists of Pulp Fiction, Raging Bull, Being John Malkovich, Jesus Christ Superstar and more get dramatic with […]

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05.05.14 Andy Cush

The 1990s were a glorious time: good economy, lots of “x-treme” things, rock songs that got played on the radio. There was also, apparently, a lot of “la-la-la-hey-hey-hey-na-na-na-ooh-ooh-ooh-ooh” going on those rock songs. Take a quick aural tour through the era in the “90s Alt-Rock Vocal Hook Supercut” above, which starts with the immortal “Cannonball” […]

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03.31.14 Andy Cush

It’s among the most reliable tropes in cinema: if Our Hero is heading into a Final Fight with the Bad Guys, he must first take a moment to Gear Up. Guns are loaded and holstered, utility belts are buckled, masks are donned, capes are tied off — or, for a certain kind of protagonist, a […]

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03.18.14 Marina Galperina

Here’s a great supercut that slices shots from Wes Anderson’s filmography straight down in half –right along the nose-line of all The Royal Tenenbaums, through every line of that stop-motion furry thing and… wait till you see The Grand Budapest Hotel. It explains a lot. Wes’s compulsion for perfection, balance and order? You have no idea. Nice job, Kogonada. Wonderful […]

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03.04.14 Aymann Ismail

Rob Ford made an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, and Kimmel had his way with the celebrity mayor from Toronto, bringing up every embarrassing moment from Ford’s tenure. Lots of awkward laughing and smiling ensued, and ANIMAL put together a supercut of every bit of it. Watch the video above and try not […]

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08.16.13 Kyle Petreycik

Here’s a quick survey of how filmmakers throughout the years have depicted the simple act of smoking a joint, ripping a bong, or perhaps sniffing up some of Columbia’s finest blow. The above “supercut” provides several useful and amusing insights into societies’ overall perceptions about any particular drug, while at the same time remaining just […]

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07.09.13 Marina Galperina

Diane, 10:30 AM, July 9th. Entering the offices of ANIMAL. It’s a 15 minute walk from Times Square. Never seen so many Red Bulls in my life. 86 Degrees on a clear day. Lunch will be, uh, 5 dollars at the Halal cart on 45th, near the gas station. That will be lamb over rice. […]

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