There are so many things to appreciate about individual movies — the acting, the sound, the character designs. Sometimes supercuts focusing on a very specific aspect of a movie, a genre, or a director’s catalogue helps us better study and appreciate the small decisions that go into making a film great.

Xenomorph scenes from Aliens (1986)

Chewbacca growls from the original Star Wars trilogy (1977-1983)

Robots on Film (1921-2014)

User interfaces in Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (1977)

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On-screen deaths in The Lord Of The Rings trilogy (2001-2003)

Every Close-up shot from The Matrix (1999)

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Mishaps In Space: space movie problems

The use of the color red in the movies of Stanley Kubrick

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Every spaceship shot in Flight of the Navigator (1986), which was the first 35mm feature film ever to use environment mapping

All close-ups of Jurassic Park (1993)

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“No, I am your father” in 20 languages

The Evolution of Batman in Cinema (1943-2014)

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A tribute to space helmets in cinema