- Disabled people with service dogs say Uber, Lyft drivers are denying them rides 5 Years Ago
- TikTok teen famous for greasy hair ends her 8-year reign 5 Years Ago
- Police handcuff brown man at subway station for carrying a toy gun Today 1:20 PM
- Fake clip of Sanders quoting infamous ‘hot chip’ tweet is duping people online Today 1:16 PM
- The Mars Volta’s Cedric Bixler-Zavala alleges Scientologists behind dog’s death Today 12:46 PM
- Eminem responds to critics: ‘This album was not made for the squeamish’ Today 12:42 PM
- ‘The poet, the poem’ meme takes iconic lines and turns them into art Today 12:40 PM
- People are making dark memes about the coronavirus Today 12:27 PM
- Trump camp’s ‘head on a pike’ impeachment threat hit with memes Today 11:34 AM
- What is the #FreeBritney movement, and why is Cher tweeting about it? Today 10:52 AM
- This YouTuber claims the Saudi government plotted to kidnap him on U.S. soil Today 10:30 AM
- Report: Jack Dorsey declined to host a fundraiser for Tulsi Gabbard Today 10:22 AM
- Bernie Sanders plugs Joe Rogan endorsement—and women are furious Today 10:04 AM
- Young woman using TikTok to document the end of her life says she’s dying next week Today 8:43 AM
- London’s real-time facial recognition program a ‘breathtaking assault’ on civil rights Today 8:23 AM
Catch up with all the Oscar-nominated buzz films in less than 3 minutes
And the award goes to…
If you just can’t put in the hours it would require to become a certified expert on all the Oscar-nominated films this year, one YouTube channel has you covered with this helpful supercut of all the nominees in just 2 minutes and 46 seconds.
The supercut really runs the gamut, starting off with the grand, establishing shots of space and time. It then moving into the romance section (kicked off by Stoick and Valka from How to Train Your Dragon 2, of course), before settling into the “everyone is sad” section that takes up most of the rest of the video.
It’s a pretty good reminder that heavy films are the ones that are overwhelmingly represented at the Academy Awards, although there are some glimmers of hope and smiles in the supercut, sandwiched between a lot of anger and tears. At least this video saves you from sobbing in the movie theater surrounded by other people.
Screengrab via cineplexmovies/YouTube
A former YouTube reporter for the Daily Dot, Rae Votta has more than a decade of experience in the digital and entertainment industries. Her work has appeared on AOL, Huffington Post, Out Magazine, Logo, VH1, Current TV, Billboard, and NYMag. She joined Netflix in 2016.