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Tarantino’s Cinematic Universe (8:57)

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A cleverly edited video showing the connections between Tarantino's flicks. "Everything's connected. There are two universes shared by Tarantino's characters. Everyone's related, but unlike real families they talk to each other on the phone. They all eat Big Kahuna Burgers and smoke Red Apples, but somehow seem fit. K-Billy. Records scratching. Shots from trunks." Beyond the Frame
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South Park: Language & Censorship (8:35)

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A look at the animated series that used vulgarity in language to reflect the reality of our lives. KaptainKristian
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Run The Jewels – Talk To Me (Audio) (2:46)

by 6 months, 5 days ago Contribute
RTJ3 is on the way. Run The Jewels
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BMW Films: The Escape (13:31)

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Clive Owen reprises his 2002 role - and is joined by Dakota Fanning, Jon Bernthal, and Vera Farmiga- to introduce you to the new BMW 5 Series. BMW USA
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Mean Tweets: President Obama Edition #2 (1:56)

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President Obama runs through another round of people trying to hurt his feelings in 140 characters or less. Jimmy Kimmel Live
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There’s Crying In Baseball (2:16)

by 7 months, 2 days ago Contribute
As a tribute to his friend and teammate Jose Fernandez, Dee Gordon takes the team's first pitch of the game from the other side of the plate. Two pitches later (presumably with a little help from a friend) he hits his first home run of the year, and the 9th of his entire career. The Reddit thread on this has some great examples of when announcers were wise enough to just stay quiet and let the moment speak for itself.
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The Thoughts & Prayers App (1:46)

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Thoughts and prayers to those of you offended by this. Madeleine Kang
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Nightcrawler: Empathy for the Antihero (9:40)

by 7 months, 10 days ago Contribute
Michael Tucker does another fantastic analysis, this time looking into how Nightcrawler created empathy for the film's protagonist. Lessons from the Screenplay
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