Where do memes come from? This video combines some of the most popular film and television clips that have influenced the internet's sense of humor.
Not Safe For Work -- strong language.
Sometimes we all need to let off a little steam. If you're a movie character, you might have to do it a lot.
This supercut collects some of the greatest temper tantrums in cinema history, and we like them when they're angry.
It might have taken almost 300 different films, but you can now hear the entirety of Sir Mix-A-Lot's Baby Got Back, as recited by movie characters.
Not Safe For Work - because it's a song about butts.
Jeff Smith goes "Oops!" upside your head with "Glove, Actually 2: Glove Harder," the sequel to his all-slapping, all-the-time supercut "Glove, Actually."
(Sorta not safe for work, slap-happiness.)
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