12.5 minutes of excerpts from fine movies. Layer Cake and The Boiler Room are inspired choices.
"WhatSong was started by myself back in 2008. I believed there lacked a website which truely helped users find music from movies. Since then we have grown into a comprehensive database, with over 1,200 movies, 15,000 artists and 30,000 songs. Our main mission is to make this site the most helpful and comprehensive site for discovering songs you heard in movies."
It also has some songs from TV and video games.
The King of Cool can make any line sound good.
"This faux-trailer for Seth Meyers’s Boston Accent movie is literally the most Boston thing ever. Literally ever."
Five minutes of funny.
"I'm Spartacus," "Yo, Adrian!" and others.
Interesting 8-minute video, but I wish the narrator had spent a bit more time telling us why the accents were bad.
(I followed up on Kevin Spacey's Southern accent and found this interesting clip and discussion.)
35 minutes of conversation with an interesting man. I especially like when he states that he goes to a movie to be entertained, not to see an actor's class exercise.
Warning: it's an explanation that uses economics.
Godfather should be #1 or at least #5 instead of--yuck!--Gone With the Wind.
Dan Shaughnessy puts a Godfather reference near the beginning--"The Patriots are settling all family business in this Deflategate vendetta"-- and ends with an even better one. (Which NFL team is Fredo?)