Whether it's a spontaneous bit of dancing or a more choreographed number, movie history is full of great dance moments. And as it happens, the internet is full of supercuts, but the above video and the sequel that followed rises above some of the rest, thanks in large part to great editing, as it looks like the creator really took the time to fit the dance clips together so they line up with the song.
Jan 26, 2014
These 2 Fantastic Movie Dance Tribute Videos Will Make You Want To Dance
Scott Rudin wants Jesse Eisenberg to star in a movie about true-life counterterrorism expert witness Evan Kohlmann. Known in FBI circles as “the Doogie Howser of Terrorism,” Kohlmann tracks jihadists via the Internet, and has established himself as an expert witness in several federal terrorism court cases
May 12, 2011
Scott Rudin Wants Jesse Eisenberg To Play The Doogie Howser Of Terrorism
I choose to see it as the only logical result in a year that was crammed with great movies, all of them worthwhile for their own reasons and all of them deserving of their moment. Even films that didn't take home a single prize felt well-honored by tonight's ceremony
Feb 28, 2011
Oscar Eye: Everyone's A Winner At Academy Awards Version Of A Group Hug
The BAFTA’s are, for all intents and purposes, the British Oscars. They were held tonight and, in the process of handing out their annual awards, they confirmed what everyone already knew about the Oscar race: There are only two contenders. The King’s Speech won nearly everything that the Orange British Academy Film Awards had to offer, and whatever it didn’t win The Social Network nabbed. The King’s Speech won seven awards in total.
You mean the ensuing SAG and DGA Awards caused nearly every Oscar pundit to set their hair on fire last weekend, while I was still trying to figure out how to get my snow boots back in my suitcase? Christ, OK
Feb 03, 2011
Oscar Eye: Does The King's Speech Really Have The Race Locked Up?
So what are the films? And why does everyone seem to agree in such lockstep about what they'll be? Your answer is mostly in the precursor awards, ranging from critic's groups to the Writers and Screen Actors
Jan 05, 2011
Oscar Eye: Who Will Be Nominated For Best Picture, And Why
There's a very simple reason why the best films of the year are released in November and December - the attention span of Oscar voters. By releasing an amazing film in September or October, you run the risk
Last year, as we here at Cinema Blend celebrated the end of the decade, I wrote an article titled “Film's 10 Best Music Moments In The Aughts.” The goal was simple: look at the all of the movies from the past ten
If you visit The Social Network's page on Facebook you'll find about 66,500 people like it. 66,493 of those are movie critics and all of them think The Social Network is the one of the best movies this year. Despite their
Oct 03, 2010
Weekend Box Office - The Social Network Needs More Friends
Judging by the Friday box office numbers (the film pulled in $8 million in its opening night), many of you have seen David Fincher's The Social Network this weekend. And why wouldn't you? The film has earned
Oct 03, 2010
Fight Club's Tyler Durden Has Hacked The Social Network
Ever since the first feature trailer for The Social Network dropped in July, people have been making parody videos about it. But of the thousands that were made, they all had one common link: the choral version
Oct 01, 2010
Between Two Ferns Gets The Social Network Treatment
For all of the antagonistic back and fourth between the Facebook founders and The Social Network over the past few months, the truth is that the site really should be supporting the film. Zuckerberg truly
Oct 01, 2010
Did Mark Zuckerberg Buy Out A Theater For A Social Network Screening?