100 Movies, 100 Quotes, 100 Numbers Montage

May 18, 2007

I normally wouldn't post videos like this, but this time I'm making an exception because this one shows such a wonderful look at film history in a somewhat unconventional way. It's called 100 Movies, 100 Quotes, 100 Numbers and shows 100 scenes from 100 movies where each scene has someone saying a number that starts at 100 and counts down to 1. You'll understand when you start watching and the best part is it really separates the men from the boys - those who can identify all the scenes and those who can't. This really is worth watching whether you're a film buff or not, so check it out!

And if you're really picky and want to know all the films right away, here's the full list of all 100.

I always love a good retrospect movie montage that looks back at the many great films in our history. Although some people are fed up with the boring montages at the Academy Awards every year, I love them simply as a way to remind me how far we've come and also perk up my interest in catching a few flicks from the old days that I haven't yet seen.

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  • BarneyFett
    Amazing find! I thoroughly enjoyed that one. I think I got about 60% of the flicks my first time through...
  • Mark
    I love it. I wasn't too keen on anything in black and white, but most of the other stuff I knew. Great find Alex
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  • Bob Wood
    Really enjoyed I think if i watched it again I could probably get 85% of the the movie names
  • Penny
    Someone had too much time on their hands...! But it was amazing that someone found all these movies with numbers and put them in order.
  • Maria
    Beautifully done! Thanks




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