Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find the top 10 sitcom catchphrases; supercuts of Frozen and Back To The Future; Dumb Starbucks founder Nathan Fielder on Jimmy Kimmel Live; and everything wrong with The Notebook in 10 minutes or less. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!
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Frozen – A Musical feat. Disney Princesses
Frozen‘s Elsa and the Disney Princesses have had enough of being damsels in distress!
21 Mini Elsas Star In An Epic Supercut Of ‘Let It Go’
A mashup of kids singing “Let It Go” from Frozen.
Dumb Starbucks Founder Nathan Fielder on Jimmy Kimmel Live
Jimmy talks to the man behind the “Dumb Starbucks” store that recently opened in Los Angeles and became a instant viral sensation.
Top 10 Sitcom Catchphrases
A good catchphrase can make or break a show. Join WatchMojo.com as they count down their picks for the top 10 sitcom catchphrases.
SURICATE – Movies vs Life 2
Sochi 2014 Opening Ceremony: Abridged!
Didn’t have time to watch the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics Opening Ceremony? Then let me get you up to speed with this Abridged! version of the probably incomplete ceremony.
Movie Title Breakup
A couple breaks up with each other (via the use of 154 movie titles).
Back to the Future: Doc! and Marty! – Supercut
Marty McFly and Doc Brown are famous for two things: traveling through time and constantly repeating the other person’s name.
Everything Wrong With The Notebook In 10 Minutes Or Less
Romance Week continues here at CinemaSins, as we shift our focus from murderous robots to one of the worst films ever named after a common school supply: The Notebook. We went looking for sins, as we are prone to do, and wouldn’t you just know we found some. Thought we’d share them.
How You Act When You’ve Seen A Movie
Because if you’ve seen Gladiator, you’re pretty much an historian. Right? What knowledge have you acquired from films?
Adam WarRock Where the Wild Things Are
Beat Used: James Arthur “Recovery”
RealLifeStarter (Thingstarter Ep. 6 of 6)
RealLifeStarter is a new crowdfunding web site that allows you to bribe your adult children into finally giving up their unrealistic, “creative” dreams.
Pity the guy who had to peel Joel out of his tight costume and nearly got slapped in the face with Joel Jr.
That’s all for today, folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie-related geekery.
Today’s picks have been brought to you by: TeamCoco, Above Average, Adam WarRock, community channel, CinemaSins, Screen Junkies, POYKPAC Comedy, Cribble, Golden Moustache, AVbyte, The Huffington Post, WatchMojo.com and Jimmy Kimmel Live.