Today in Movie Culture: Creed Singer Reviews 'Creed,' U.S. Navy Parodies 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' and More

Today in Movie Culture: Creed Singer Reviews 'Creed,' U.S. Navy Parodies 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' and More

Nov 23, 2015

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:


Movie Review of the Day:

Scott Stapp, frontman for the band Creed reviews the new movie Creed as if it was supposed to be about his group:


Franchise in Focus:

Speaking of Creed, Matt Singer of Screen Crush created a montage of Rocky movie training montages with commentary on the art of this franchise staple:


Star Wars Trailer Remake of the Day:

The latest old Star Wars things to be recut to fit the style of the Force Awakens trailer is the Holiday Special:


Star Wars Trailer Parody of the Day:

The U.S. Navy is now officially the coolest -- and geekiest -- of our military branches (via Live for Films):


Prop Replicas of the Day:

Watch the blacksmiths and craftspersons of Baltimore Knife and Sword construct custom replicas of Drax's knives from Guardians of the Galaxy in the latest episode of Man at Arms: Reforged:


Fan Art of the Day:

Instagram user @greg_or_egan recently began watching a movie a day for a year and drawing its main character (or one or two of them) and posting the art online. Below is his piece for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1, which he watched earlier this month. See his account for drawings for Back to the Future, They Live, Con Air and more (via Design Taxi).


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Character Supercut of the Day:

Whoispablo made a supercut of Batman getting ready:


Iconic Shot of the Day:

For Fandor's Keyframe, Jacob T. Swinney compiled a supercut of movies that pay homage to the doorway shot from The Searchers:


Filmmaker in Focus:

For Every Frame a Painting, Tony Zhou looks at Buster Keaton's brilliance in the art of the gag:


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 10th anniversary of the initial limited theatrical release of Syriana. Watch the original trailer for the drama, which earned George Clooney his first Oscar nomination and only win for acting, below.



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