A Supercut of the Best Action Movie Cliché Ever: 'Three Point Landing'

Duncan Robson's masterful montage of one of cinema's most melodramatic gestures

Duncan Robson, an animator based in San Francisco, premiered his latest supercut at ROFLCon, a conference about internet culture, at  MIT last weekend. Robson was speaking on a panel dedicated to supercuts, a term for thematic montages of found footage coined by Andy Baio of Waxy.org, who moderated the panel. Baio collects supercuts at supercut.org, and Robson's Three Point Landing marks the 400th upload to the site. Make sure to crank the soundtrack, composed by Joel Robson.

Robson also created the highly entertaining supercut Let's Enhance, a collection of clips from sci-fi films in which the protagonists pore over their futuristic touch screens, enlarge an image, zoom in, and .... 

For more work by Ducan Robson, visit http://dunk3d.com/.

Kasia Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg is the executive producer for video at The AtlanticMore

Cieplak-Mayr von Baldegg joined The Atlantic in 2011 to launch its video channel and, in 2013, create its in-house video production department. She leads the development and production of original documentaries, interviews, and other video content for The Atlantic. Previously, she worked as a producer at Al Gore’s Current TV and as a content strategist and documentary producer in San Francisco. She studied filmmaking and digital media at Harvard University.

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