This is a street map of a fictional city made up of neighborhoods and parks based on over 900 movies. Also, you can buy copies of this thing for money! YAY! It is really cool and a lot of thought was clearly put into it by the people over at Dorothy (who created this piece of awesome). I mean how cool would it be to take Arlington Road to Jurassic Park then dash over to Reservoir Dogs for an afternoon dip! To get a better look at this bad boy check out the site here. Or simply check out more below. Advertisements
Actors so good, the only person who could hold a scene with them is themselves! Or it was written in the script like that…who knows, who cares. Enjoy!
There is no doubt that The Simpsons have some of the best (and most clever) jokes you’ll ever hear on television. But what makes this show truly amazing are some of the subtle jokes that most of us miss in the original airing and only catch later on by re-watching the episode or through posts like this. With that said, here are some examples of times The Simpsons reenacted famous photos. See how many you caught originally, then make sure to lie to your friends when you show them this and say you knew every single one. Enjoy! Abe Simpson at Woodstock 1969 The Simpsons reenacting the iconic photo of fleeing Americans during the fall of Saigon Bart doing his best Betty Grable impression Lisa being sworn in as Little Miss Springfield is almost as iconic as when Lyndon Johnson was right after the assassination of JFK…almost. The Be-Sharps like The Beatles were bigger than Jesus… General Sherman and The Loch Ness Monster (Nessie) The time Mr. Burns and …
This is a two-and-a-half minute chronological supercut of the history of robots in movies, from 1921’s The Mechanical Man to 2014’s Interstellar. I can’t believe they forgot to include Johnny Five from Short Circuit…oh wait…no, there he is. Enjoy.
In our lifetime most of us have enjoyed or even taken for granted the fact that all pictures have been in color. In fact many us now use applications on our phones to make our photos seem more rough or old-fashioned. Those facts aside, we still grew up with most iconic pictures in history (pre 1970s) still being in black and white…until now. So here is a collection of rare historical photos with color added. Enjoy! See the full list of photos here. Claude Monet, 1923 Lou Gehrig, 1939 Time Square, 1947 Lee Harvey Oswald, 1963 Winston Churchill, 1941 Albert Einstein, 1921 Mark Twain, 1900 Clint Eastwood, 1962 Elizabeth Taylor, 1956 Babe Ruth, 1920 The Hindenburg Crash