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Arts and Entertainment

Watch a 7-minute Supercut of Every Movie From 2011

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YouTube user hatinhand watched (or at least scanned) all the domestic releases that came out this year from The Adjustment Bureau to Zookeeper and edited clips from each in a 7-minute supercut. Don't worry too much about spoilers: this cut gives you little idea of what actually happens plotwise. The cut is loosely organized by the action. There are clusters of car spinouts, tender romantic moments, characters raising binoculars to their eyes or the camera zooming into a close-up that lets you know that shit is about to get real. You can find the list of movies used here.

Hatinhand went ahead and did a supercut of all the movie titles, too, calling them "oddly hypnotic":