Popsicles with slightly different “jokes” on them – Matt Moore & Jason Kreher

nuncalosabre.Popsicles with slightly different “jokes” on them - Matt Moore & Jason Kreher

nuncalosabre.Popsicles with slightly different “jokes” on them - Matt Moore & Jason Kreher

nuncalosabre.Popsicles with slightly different “jokes” on them - Matt Moore & Jason Kreher

nuncalosabre.Popsicles with slightly different “jokes” on them - Matt Moore & Jason Kreher

nuncalosabre.Popsicles with slightly different “jokes” on them - Matt Moore & Jason Kreher

nuncalosabre.Popsicles with slightly different “jokes” on them - Matt Moore & Jason Kreher

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Supercut of Characters With Their Backs to the Camera Looking at Something Awesome

nuncalosabre. Supercut of Characters With Their Backs to the Camera Looking at Something Awesome
Zach Prewitt, creator of this supercut of movie temper tantrums, has created a new supercut of characters with their backs to the camera looking out at something amazing. Science fiction and fantasy movies and television shows seem to make particularly frequent use of this type of shot, though the supercut includes plenty of films outside those two genres.
nuncalosabre. Supercut of Characters With Their Backs to the Camera Looking at Something Awesome

nuncalosabre. Supercut of Characters With Their Backs to the Camera Looking at Something Awesome