Supercut of the Day

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It's Heath Ledger as The Joker in The Dark Knight,  on-camera dialogue only, for more than 10 straight minutes.

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Supercut of the Day

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It really was inevitable:

You weren't asking for this, but now it's in your way: Our "Call Me Maybe" supercut video, featuring 75 of the most viral covers, lip dubs, dance numbers and artistic reinterpretations of the Carly Rae Jepsen jam that [Popdust] just dubbed the best song of 2012′s first half. If you thought the song was intoxicating before, just wait till you see it performed on accordian, lip synched by three shirtless dudes in a river, and danced to by an overzealous girl alone in a closed Burger King.

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Another Supercut of the Day

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Six seasons, a movie, and a supercut of Abed saying "cool."

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Supercut of the Day

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It's the supercut we've been waiting for -- The King's Speech, stuttering and stammering only.

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Supercut of the Day

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A supercut of just the gear-shifting in the five Fast & Furious films obviously required a few ground rules:

It had to be an obvious gear-shift moment, with the hand/gearshift at least partially showing on screen (there are several moments in the films where you see a character's shoulder move as they shift gears, but those didn't count unless you could also see part of the hand). Everything else -- barring the brief titles for each film -- was cut.

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Son of a Supercut of the Day

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From YouTuber ziccup comes this compilation of famous movie characters uttering the immortal phrase "son of a bitch."

Not surprisingly, Robert DeNiro basically carries the thing on his own.

[thd.]

Supercut of the Day

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Tough call, but wethinks it's Lucille Bluth for the win, in a squeaker over Nancy Botwin.

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