Full-Length Movie Packed Into One GIF

Full-Length Movie Packed Into One GIF
technology

Your brain will not be able to keep up with the images before your eyes.

Serena Chu
  • 12 november 2013

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.

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