SR Geek Picks: Most Quotable Movies, ‘Game of Thrones’ ’80s/90s Version & More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find an honest trailer for Candy Crush Saga; Kevin Spacey’s life re-enacted by bunnies; teens reacting to 90′s internet; Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe in an epic rap battle; and the top 10 Most Quotable Movies & More! All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you could be featured in a future post!


Kevin Spacey’s Life in 30 Seconds (and re-enacted by Bunnies)

Jennifer Shiman’s 30-Second Bunnies Theater sums up major achievements of Kevin Spacey’s life in under a minute. To make things even better, Kevin voiced it himself, and commissioned the animation. – See more at:

NSFW Language.


Teens React To 90s Internet

The Teens watch the 90′s era instructional video, Kids’ Guide to The Internet and discuss how the internet has evolved over time.


Stephen King vs Edgar Allan Poe


Luigi Ridin’ Dirty – Death Stare In Mario Kart 8


Top 10 Most Quotable Movies

Quoting movies may not be the most original thing in the world, but it sure is fun! Join as they count down their picks for the top 10 most quotable movies.


Grand Theft Auto V (Commodore 64)

Check out this impressive demo of the C64 version GTA V (released in 1990) we recently found on a tape lying around.

CANDY CRUSH SAGA (Honest Game Trailers)

From the casual gaming tycoon King, comes the video game none of you want to admit to playing. It is the delight of stay at home housewives everywhere – the most colorful strategy game, Candy Crush Saga.


The Sound of Silence (On floppy and HDD)

The choice of the song can maybe be a little strange because the floppy drive are very noisy, but I had this song stuck in my head since one week so I had to do it.


Space may be the final frontier, but these movies will bring outer orbit straight to your living room. Find out where on the World Wide Web these almost-plausible space movies are streaming now!


Marty’s Not So McFly! – The Cutting Room

Batman Vs. Superman (Man of Steel 2) Fan Trailer

The Man of Steel faces off against the Dark Knight.


Batman 75th Anniversary

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The men behind the mask


Game of Thrones ’80s/90s

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Mike Wrobel aka Moshi-kun has a long-running series of illustrations featuring characters from Game of Thrones dressed up in 1980s and 1990s fashion. You can get them as prints or as graphics on various merch on his store.

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: DangerVEVOCineFixVortex Movie TrailersThingLinkTheAwesomer, Smosh GamesMajami Hiroz: Welcome to the ’80sWatchMojo.comCZbwoiERBTheFineBros and Kevin Spacey.

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  1. Top 10 Most Quotable Movies video was pretty bad.

    Relegating Anchorman to “Honourable Mentions”? Really?

    No mention at all of the films myself and my friends have quoted endlessly for the last 16 years? Those films if you’re interested:

    Wayne’s World
    Rocky 4
    Monty Python’s The Meaning Of Life

    That’s 6 already that could’ve easily joined Anchorman and Holy Grail in the Top 10. I am disappoint.

    • I think we’re singing from the same hymn sheet. I didn’t even watch that whole video, too many rubbish films in it.

    • I thought Anchorman was #1…. Which I was thrilled about btw! I love that movie. But yeah the list is just an opinion. I enjoy watching their top 10 vids. They’re made by user votes and the staff at watchmojo has some say as to which films win as well.

      • I guess it’s different tastes, I wouldn’t have put Anchorman, Borat, or Napoleon Dynamite in that list at all. Instead I would have had Airplane, True Lies, Die Hard, and Aliens too. I don’t really agree with much of anything in that list actually…

        • It depends on what generation they were aiming for.

          • I guess, but looking at it all as a whole, there’s no way you can say with a straight face that these movies belong on any top 10 list over the ones I listed… If that’s what’s “better” according to the latest generation, then these people have terrible taste. Quality has no age…

  2. Well, to be fair: that internet video already was a freakshow in the 90s and just as ridiculous back then.

  3. That fan-made BvS:DoJ trailer got me pumped! I will never be ready for that trailer.

  4. Ok, I was totally cool with the kids react video, but I can’t watch this teens react video. I swear, it just pisses me off to see these teenagers who seem to think that anything but what they consider “cool” or normal now is just something to laugh at. I don’t get why they are so confused as to the content of that video. Are they really that oblivious that back then the internet and connected devices weren’t things so common-place? I mean, is it really THAT hard for these ego-centric and narcissistic teens to understand???

  5. Shout out to posting the DANGER video. amazing, underrated musician. Epic music.