This might be the coolest video you'll see all day. From Supercut's YouTube channel comes this two-minute clip of nothing but movie scenes that take place in cars. Using Hollywood's time-honored through-the-windshield shot, it's interesting to see how so many movies stick to the same formula when showing scenes that take place behind the wheel (or should we say, in front of the wheel).

The sheer number of movies that use this view, rather than some B-roll of the car moving down the road, show how important scenes in cars can be. Give the vid a watch below and try to identify which scenes are from which movies. Afterwards, you can can head over to Supercut's YouTube page for the full rundown of which films are shown.



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      JamesJ
      • 1 Year Ago
      What?! no shots from Airplane! where you have some cowboys chasing in the background?
      Robert Fahey
      • 1 Year Ago
      Close Encounters of the Third Kind (headlights approach from behind and then go vertical).
      Bill
      • 1 Year Ago
      Saw this when it was making the rounds the other day. I realize they can't have everybody's favorite movie, but to me the absence of National Lampoon's "Vacation" is an enormous omission. Fail.
      Riisor
      • 1 Year Ago
      Fun! But the maker left out one of the best; In "Annie Hall" as Woody Allen, Diane Keaton and Christopher Walken (driver) in a Porsche 911 on the way to the station after visitng with Granny Hall.