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Supercut of the Day: Watch All Your Favorite Dance Scenes from Movies in One Video

Shut up and dance with everyone who has ever danced in a major motion picture.

YouTuber MsTabularasa has taken memorable dance scenes from about 88 different movies and mashed them together in one big celebrity dance-off for your viewing pleasure.

The supercut is set to Walk the Moon’s “Shut Up and Dance with Me” and it’s really well timed with the music.

It includes classics like “Dirty Dancing” and “Footloose” as well as some more recent films like “Silver Linings Playbook” and “Magic Mike.”

In case you can’t guess them all, she’s listed all of the film titles in the comments below the video along with the corresponding time codes.

WTF of the Day: Swedish Kids’ Song About Sex Organs is Super Catchy

A cartoon penis and vagina are taking Sweden by storm.

This music video for kids is supposed to teach them about the human body, particularly male and female genetalia.

In it, the animated characters dance around with hats, canes and microphones.The song also actually really catchy too – even if you can’t understand the lyrics – which roughly translate to phrases like “here comes the penis at full pace,” and “the vagina is cool, you better believe it.”

The video was created by Swedish Public Television for a children’s show called Bacillakuten, and it was posted to their Facebook page last week where it has over 1 million views and some complaints from angry parents.

“The song is deplorable and unacceptable for children,” said one commenter.

“Yes why not talk about these body parts in a good and funny way!!” wrote another in support of he video.

The show isn’t phased by the critics, however, and thinks the message behind it is all that matters.

“Although we received some criticism, we are very, very happy today, because the impact of the video is awesome!” said a rep for the show.

Via: The Local

Return of the Jedi Set Footage of the Day

Back in 1982, a group of young Star Wars fans trekked into the California desert to crash the outdoor set of Return of the Jedi, and this seven-minute video of scenes from the Sail Barge, featuring Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, Slave Leia and Boba Fett, was the result.

This Is All Kinds of Wrong of the Day

A horrifying video of a student being restrained and shocked for hours at the Judge Rotenberg Center was shown in court Tuesday at the start of Andre McCollins’ trial against the center, and it may be enough to get the facility shut down once and for all.

The video shows a 2002 incident in which 18-year-old McCollins was restrained, face-down, on the floor, and then given 31 shocks as he screamed and fought, all because he had refused to take off his coat. While the center had fought for years to keep the video sealed, it was used not only in court, but by a Boston Fox affiliate that got permission to air it over objections from Rotenberg’s lawyers.

Despite a revealing 2007 exposé (McCollins wasn’t the only student subjected to the inhumane treatment) that led to local and state investigations and ongoing lawsuits, the school, in Canton, MA, has managed to stay open. It bills itself as a special needs school, and “is the only facility in the country that disciplines students by shocking them, a form of punishment not inflicted on serial killers or child molesters or any of the 2.2 million inmates now incarcerated in U.S. jails and prisons.”

“I never signed up for him to be tortured, terrorized, and abused,” McCollins’ mother Cheryl testified in court Tuesday. “I had no idea — no idea — that they tortured the children in the school.”

Early Bird Special

9Lives Adventures, “an adrenaline-fueled tour operator catering to the physically disabled,” helps make a paraplegic girl’s bungee jumping dreams come true.

So This Also Happened of the Day

In New Orleans filming Dog Fight, Will Ferrell took a break to announce the starting lineups at tonight’s Bulls-Hornets matchup.

Hornets above, Bulls below:

Lights Out

The red-light traffic camera company American Traffic Solutions has seen its fair share of red-light running related collisions.

Last year, ATS began sharing footage of those collisions on YouTube in the hopes of convincing red-light runners to change their life-threatening habit.

A National Motorists Association rep responded with skepticism toward the company’s claim that its cameras “change driver behavior and help save lives,” noting that the videos demonstrate how “their red light system doesn’t stop crashes.”

Still, it’s a compilation of a bunch of cars crashing, and since it was approved for release we can only assume that none of the accidents resulted in serious injuries, right? Right? Anyway, here’s a link to the Benny Hillified version of this video.

I’ll see you in Hell.

Cast Reunion of the Day

On the set, Danny Tamberelli (little Pete) had his amp blown up by Iggy Pop, got served ice-cream from Michael Stipe and traded CD’s with Steve Buscemi.

Skyrim Antics of the Day

YouTuber zwoooooosh has discovered a reason to get excited about Skyrim that has nothing to do with awesome combat spells or dragonslaying.

It makes sense, though. Who wants to tell the frickin’ Dragonborn not to put baskets on people’s heads?

inb4 so, it’s a hat simulator?

Supercut of the Day

YouTuber mewlists, who has given us the 25 Greatest Unscripted Scenes and the 50 Trippiest Drug Hallucinations in Films, returns to tackle the 100 Greatest Shut Ups in Films in his latest NSFW supercut.

Movie Trailer of the Day

The first official trailer for Illumination Entertainment’s big-screen adaptation of Dr. Seuss’s eco-friendly children’s book, The Lorax.

The animated film, which features the vocal talents of Zac Efron, Taylor SWift, Betty White, Ed Helms, and Danny DeVito, is set to open wide March 2, 2012.

Supercut of the Day

Much like fellow actor Sean Bean, memorable-faced thespian Steve Buscemi plays a lot of people who end up dying.

In honor of his commitment to characters cut short, Supercutter dondrapersayswhat has compiled this collection of clips exploring the Many Deaths of Steve Buscemi.

What’s In A Wes of the Day

Ross Everett, Dave Gullman, Frank Muniz, and Will Goldstein imagine what it might look like if the Wes behind Screamwas Anderson rather than Craven.

OMG! Adorbz of the Day

A finicky flower girl tries to prevent the pastor from spoiling the wedding the ceremony with his incessant talking.

OMG! Adorbz of the Day – Heart Test Time

Heart Test Time: If you watch this video of six-year-old Lily being surprised with a birthday trip to Disneyland and don’t well up with vicarious joy, you lack one.

Pod-Shaped Disaster Shelter of the Day

Japanese company New CosmoPower has created a bright yellow pod, called the Noah Disaster Shelter, that can protect up to four adults in case of an earthquake or tsunami.

The $3,900 Noah pod is sturdy and water-resistant, and its bright color makes it easy for rescue workers to spot. It’s not fire-resistant, though, which could prove to be a problem in an earthquake.