Movie-Sandwiches Supercut


(Youtube Direktnomnomnom, via Coilhouse)

Nette Montage toller Sandwiches in Filmen. Grandios sind ausnahmsweise mal die Youtube-Kommentare der Movie-Nom-Komplettisten:

REALLY DUDE the minority report sandwich is not here!

What about Ally Sheedy’s Captain Crunch and Pixy Stix sandwich in The Breakfast Club?? Classic!!

WTF?!!! He left out Weird Al’s Twinkie Weiner Sandwich in UHF!!!!!!

What about the sandwich that the kid in The Shining was eating at the start? The one that he managed to devour in 3 seconds between shots? :P

This is fantastic, simply fantastic, but the sandwich Bill makes for his daughter at the end of Kill Bill Vol. 2 is still the most cinematic sandwich I can think of.

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  2. bar

    Die Sandwichszene, die mich am meisten geprägt hat ist die, wo “H7-25″ eines vom Sheriff isst in:

    “Der Große mit seinem außerirdischen Kleinen” (1979)

  3. freeminder

    Das Gesicht von Denzel ist am besten. Falls sich jemand fragt, wie diese Musik heißt, die man aus gefühlten 1000000 Trailern kennt, es ist Randy Edelmans Soundtrack zu Dragon – The Bruce Lee Story.

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