The members of one subreddit squeezed the entire three hours of Avatar into a succinct GIF that runs through the screenplay in a couple of seconds. Instead of capturing funny facial expressions or iconic moments like the kissing scene from the Notebook or Simba nudging Mufasa after the stampede, these GIFs run-through every single scene of a movie in an unfiltered lens.
The private subreddit is called Full Movie GIFs. Films like Top Gun, WarGames, Aliens, Pacific Rim, Finding Nemo have all been turned into mini-length movie blurbs.
Subreddit moderator matt01ss wanted users to give movie-lovers another perspective and shared that:
I thought it would be interesting to see what an entire film would look like in a quick GIF form. You see interesting things with color changes, camera angles and overall production style when viewed in this fashion.
If you ever feel the need to re-watch a classic, but just cannot be bothered with sitting around for hours, this might be your ticket.