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With Guardians of the Galaxy 2 quickly approaching release, it's time to brush up on the first one and get learned on some fun facts. 

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There are some amazing films out there. Films with scenes that never fail to fill you with this sense of grandeur and amazement. Scenes that, no matter how many times you watch them, make the hair on the back of your neck stand on end. 

Beware, if you haven't seen some of these films you might come across some spoilers but considering the newest film on this list is already 3 years old we're not too worried about it. 

So scroll through, enjoy, and relive these amazing film moments. We know you'll end up going home and watching at least one of these movies again this evening. 

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The Matrix is one of those legendary films that just entirely changed the game.
The sheer absurdity of the Wachowski's always makes for an interesting set. Plus, it's got Keanu Reeves, and when ever he's on set his dedication and hard work always leaves some cool stories to tell. 

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For me, 'The Dark Knight' still stands as one of the greatest movies of all time. It was one of those films were the writing, acting, and directing all come together perfectly to create a truly awe-inspiring experience.

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Cars! 

Nobody's favorite Pixar movie is Cars, even though it is far and away the most profitable Pixar film. However, if you ever had any biological questions aout the Cars franchise, which I know you have, this video will save you a lot of time. 

YouTuber The Film Theorists have once again thrown another crazy, obsessive conspiracy theory that take every aspect of the film from its magical origins to their killjoy conclusions. Connections between the Pixar movies must exist in unified universe, so he can force theories like the Cars in Cars are bugs or something. 

Anyway, these are impressive and entertaining ideas, but also not that important. I'm not sure why you would spend so much time only on the surface of a film, instead of actually engaging with the meaning of it, but hey it's just a theory... a film theory. 

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This guy really hates reboots. 

At the Vietnam premiere of the new film Kong: Skull Island a giant, promotional model of the famed ape burst into flames, in a perfect metaphor for the state of blockbuster entertainment. The fire was caused by a nearby volcano simulation that was meant to promote yet another reboot of Merian C. Cooper's 1933 masterpiece. 

More so than the fire, watching Kong set ablaze should have you wonder what this says about the state of cinema. Are we relying on old properties to take care of the heavy-lifting? Are modern studios getting rich off the backs of other people's creativity? Is it cool to watch a Kong statue burn? Questions for another time...


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When it's not enough that you have a family film that brilliantly straddles the line between fun animated comedy and socio-political metaphor, why not recut it to be really, really scary? This is kind of like the gritty reboot of Zootopia

Still, this is really well done. It looks like a real trailer, if you're into that sort of thing. 

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