Stan Lee talked to The New York Times for their series The Last Word. With his death, the Times published the interview.
Iron dome anti missile system intercepts several inbound missiles, but one still goes through (Ashkelon city, yesterday)
This rearranged narrative of Passengers movie, shows how a movie lost it's chance become something else.
Of all the bush craft channels I've come across, this guy's filming techniques are among the most tasteful I've seen.
The heart wrenching story of Melvin Young, a World War Two combat medic who had to watch his best friend die. A true American hero who should never be forgotten.
The opening to one of the best modern adaptations of William Shakespeare in modern film history. Nominated for the Cannes Films Palme d'Or Award. "Much Ado About Nothing" (1993 Film): directed and adapted by Kenneth Branagh. - yes this opening will make you slightly gay; guy or girl doesn't matter
Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928), a classic Buster Keaton comedy film about a son attempting to join his father's steamboat crew, in its entirety.
Two supercar owners pranking each other by foiling, cling wrapping, and doing other things to their cars.
Close up video of Koalas in my front yard this morning, volume up, the noise they are making is real
An AI (Artificial Intelligence) watched all the TED talks and created this talk from what it learned.
My school let us shoot a show in a TV studio so we made a shitpost. Or maybe a collaborative art piece? You decide.
I understand this is a highly viewed video. But I truly believe that in ten years we will be looking back on Elon Musk talking to Joe Rogan about artificial intelligence wishing we took more caution. (starts around 13:00)
Agent 47 gets busted by Chris Hansen. "I was slightly concerned that she was talking to people that are a lot younger.....a lot older." lmao
Michael Jackson's 1984 Pepsi commercial accident that left him with second and third degree burns to his face and scalp