Welcome to Screen Rant's "Geek Picks," where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web for you. Today you'll find a fantastic compilation of 4th wall breakers; a plush version of Super Meatboy; kids reacting to the Harlem Shake; and some tasty treats from Gotham City. All that and more on this edition of SR's Geek Picks!
A compilation of scenes and moments from films that all "break the fourth wall" - that is, acknowledge (usually directly to the camera, and therefore the audience) that they're part of a movie. The term comes from the imaginary "wall" at the front of the stage in a traditional three-walled box set in a proscenium theatre, through which the audience sees the action in the world of the play.
The montage includes 54 different films (some used more than once) from perhaps the very first example of breaking the fourth wall right up to today. Which 4th wall breakers would you include?
The Mother of All Geeky Blankets
From Revelry.com user Leilaniac:
I created the square designs in Excel, using a variety of pictures, text art, etc., as sources.
The squares are 40×48 (plus 2 buffer rows/stitches on each side), in sock yarn, on size 3 needles. Most of the yarn is ShiBui sock, with an assist from Lorna’s Laces Zombie BBQ.
I didn’t post the binary name (center) square, on the theory that no one would be interested in knitting a square with my nephew’s name on it.
Josh Taylor is a multi-talented artist who paints and illustrates beautiful pictures of destruction, creation, and warped perceptions of pop culture. Really enjoy his style and his use of colors, especially what he can do on wood with acrylic and ink. Check out Josh Taylor’s website here, along with a gallery of his work. Buy prints from the artist here at his online shop.
Super Meatboy Plushie
Made by MelloReflections.
Some really cool designs by Nerdache Cakes.
Taylor Swift - I Knew You Were Trouble (Ron Burgundy Edition)
A lesbian couple (Marisa Tomei and Elodie Bouchez) on the brink of divorce attempts to divide their possessions through mediation. Directed by Stuart Blumberg. www.co-collections.com
Kids React to Harlem Shake
That's all for today folks! Be sure to check back tomorrow for more movie related geekery.
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