Supercuts: Spit Takes And ‘Showtime!’

By: 01.28.11  •  4 Comments

Harry Hanrahan has quickly become a YouTube god, with such classic as the 160 Greatest Arnold Schwarzenegger Quotes, the Evolution of Nic Cage’s Hair, the 100 Greatest Movie Insults, the 100 Cheesiest Movie Quotes, and so on and so forth. His latest effort is a supercut of the line “It’s showtime!” and it’s just as great as everything else he’s done, especially for the clip that he ends with. No spoilers here.

The Huffington Post’s Ben Craw also put together an impressive supercut recently, featuring famous Hollywood spit takes. I think I’m just more excited than anything that there are two supercuts and they both feature Anthony Anderson. Not a day goes by I don’t wish for more of his acting in my life. Please, Hollywood, give us Kangaroo Jack 2!

Supercuts after the jump…

“It’s Showtime!”

(The guys who do my homework over at Pajiba have a full list of the movies featured as well.)

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Spit Takes

(Bonus comedy points for this video because of the wonderful HuffPo commenters who drop nuggets like “that was such an unrealistic look at Africa” about Coming to America. I agree. Now The Air Up There? Like staring at a National Geographic.)

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