This was a pretty cool assignment. The objective take a cliche from film and cut multiple clips into a supercut! I had fun with the overuse of rain in films and cut together some of my favorite examples.
“Create a supercut montage of overused dialogue, themes, motifs, filmmaking techniques, etc. for a particular character, tv show, film, and/or public figure. A supercut is a “fast-paced montage of short video clips that obsessively isolates a single element from its source, usually a word, phrase, or cliche from film and TV. Supercut.org collects every known example of the video remix meme.” For examples and descriptions of supercutsvisit:”-Submitted by: Michael Branson Smith
- Supercut: sunglasses from the movies (brandsandfilms.com)
- Relive the Best Movies of All Time (According to IMDb) in 150 Seconds with This Supercut (webpronews.com)
- Supercut of Movie Characters Smashing Through Glass Windows (laughingsquid.com)
- 50 Years of James Bond: The Movie – Supercut (geektyrant.com)
- Here’s A Supercut Of Bruce Willis Looking Confused (moviesblog.mtv.com)
- A Supercut Of NBA Players Airballing Free Throws (businessinsider.com)