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A couple flings Beatles lyrics at one another in Collective Cadenza's latest, "The Beatles Argument."

With more than 72 hours of footage uploaded every minute, it's physically impossible to keep track of the content on YouTube. But in YouTube Guide, the Daily Dot will curate its five favorite finds for each workday.

1) cdza, "The Beatles Argument"

One couple's anger, frustration, infidelity, forgiveness, and eventual revenge are captured and brought to light during a tense dinner conversation. They tweak 17 different Beatles songs to their liking in order to vent their frustrations at each other.

2) dogfoodfilms, "Argo Home Alone"

The chase scene at the end of Argo may not be historically accurate, but the Iranians weren't after the six rescued hostages. They found out that the MacAllisters left Kevin at home and simply wanted to stop them before they flew off to Paris without him.

3) Symphony of Science, "Secret of the Stars"

Symphony of Science looks at the secret of the stars using the wise words and lectures of some of the biggest scientists of the day, including Albert Einstein, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Brian Cox.

4) Bad Lip Reading, "2013 Independent Spirit Awards: Best Screenplay Nominees"

It's all about the written word for these nominated screenplays at the Independent Spirit Awards, and the script is turned on its head as Tiffany from Silver Linings Playbook admits that she put Taylor Swift in a coffin and a dog took Ruby Sparks's brownie.

5) AVbyte, "Tomb Raider Real Life - Musical"

It's been a while, but Lara Croft is finally back to kick some ass in the Tomb Raider reboot (and in real life). Her image was tarnished after two films, but she wants to prove to everyone that she means business.

Photo via cdza/YouTube

 

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