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Here Are IMDB's Top 250 Films in 2.5 Minutes

If NASA wanted to beam one video into space that encapsulates our achievement in the cinematic arts, so that distant, intelligent lifeforms might pause before blowing us up, this should be the one video. It's a quintessential edit of IMDB's top 250 films, set to a raucous re-mix of "Jump Around/Come Together/I Love Rock and Roll." It's a wild, fun edit.

OK now that we got that out of the way: let's see how many films we can name in the 2.5 minutes. Go! PulpfictionShawshankGoodfellas...

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