Today in Movie Culture: Captain America Laments the Thousands He's Killed and More

Today in Movie Culture: Captain America Laments the Thousands He's Killed and More

Apr 25, 2016

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


Movie Promo of the Day:

For the German release of Captain America: Civil War, Daniel Bruhl (Baron Zemo) villainously feeds Robert Downey Jr. (Tony Stark/Iron Man) ping pong balls and a laxative:


Supercut of the Day:

For a guy who didn't want to kill anyone, Captain America has been reponsible for a lot of deaths throughout the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Watch him watch his own kill count below.


Trailer Parody of the Day:

The new trailer for Jason Bourne got a recut on Jimmy Kimmel Live! so that it reflects a funny new title: Bourne Loser:


Reworked Movie of the Day:

Mashable turns My Cousin Vinny into a serious courtroom drama in this trailer re-imagining the classic comedy:


Vintage Image of the Day:

Al Pacino, who turns 76 today, and Talia Shire, who turns 69 today, in a scene from The Godfather Part III:


Cosplay of the Day:

See the best cosplay of the Emerald City ComiCon, including a Deadpool and Say Anything mashup, a sexy Boba Fett and dogs dressed as Wolverine in the following two-part Beat Down Boogie showcase:


Visual List of the Day:

For Fandor Keyframe, Zach Prewitt counts down the 20 best sci-fi films of the century so far, including Primer, Inception, Moon, Ex Machina and Children of Men:


Bad Film Analysis of the Day:

Speaking of this century's sci-fi movies, here's a bad reading of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar by aliens from the future:


Video Essay of the Day:

The world building in Wes Anderson's stop-motion film The Fantastic Mr. Fox is celebrated in this video from Jack's Movie Reviews (via One Perfect Shot):


Classic Trailer of the Day:

Today is the 15th anniversary of the original French release of Amelie (aka Le fabuleaux destin d'Amelie Poulain). Watch Miramax's trailer for the American release, which followed many months later:


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