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That sound you heard last night? It came from "Game of Thrones" fans screaming about the Red Wedding.
Cutting it down to a highlight reel throws Microsoft's priorities for the Xbox One into rather sharp relief.
Joining other such living legends who deserve Academy Awards but have not yet won them, like Ryan Gosling and Channing Tatum, Leonardo DiCaprio recently took a break from moistening panties to soaking tissues when he announced that he’d be taking a break from acting.
Today is weird. Here's two straight minutes of Tyrion Lannister from "Game of Thrones" tossing out golden one-liners.
Here is a supercut of some of the most ridiculous fake websites from "Law & Order." I wish StinkinRat.com was real.
Every Movie Reference in 30 Rock |Film.com| Morning Links UPROXX Video: ‘Love Pearls’ Will Cure What Ails Your Semen-Starved Skin |UPROXX| ‘Doctor Who’s’ Super Hot Karen Gillan Not So Super Hot As A ‘Walking Dead’ Zombie | Hank Azaria on his Heat reaction shot: [...].
Here at FilmDrunk, we've long been fans of Al Pacino's ACTING with a capital A and exclamation point.
I'm always intrigued by the supercuts of specific phrases, like "<a href="http://filmdrunk.uproxx.com/2011/06/cinemas-most-overused-line-you-just-dont-get-it-do-you" target="_blank">You just don't get it, do you</a>.
The Oscars are this Sunday, and to celebrate 85 years of Hollywood self-love, editor Nelson Carvajal put together this supercut of all the Best Picture winners, from 1927's Wings to last year's The Artist.
A supercut of all the drinking in Pawnee ever caught on camera is just what the, um, bartender ordered?
Pajiba's resident super-cutting wizard, Harry Hanrahan, is back with another instant classic to go in his YouTube trophy case.
Probably the worst thing about movie strippers is all of the clothes.
How a simple throwaway line early in the show's history snowballed into a fake feud for the ages.
Here's a supercut of Arnold Schwarzenegger pronouncing multi-syllabic words.
Y'know something, he does say "bitch" a lot on "Breaking Bad."
Insert "Yippie Ki-Jay" storm pun here.
Check out this supercut of a number of celebrities appearing on "Law & Order," including Claire Danes and John Stamos, over the years.
Shut your you-know-what face, uncle you-know-what, and all your other "South Park" favorites, in one YouTube video.