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Fail [link] [4 comments]

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When you watch a lot of films, you start to recognize a pattern.  Whether it's the quest archetype or the three act structure of a greek tragedy, sometimes you can sense where a narrative is going.  That's what makes film twists so awesome.  They're unexpected and the shake you to your core (if done right.)  These films, have got some of the craziest twists out there.  Some are classics and the twists have been known to pop culture for decades, but the sophistication of pulling the wool of the eyes of the audience at that time, is no less significant.  Check them out and keep an eye out for a surprise ending.
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When you watch a lot of films, you start to recognize a pattern.  Whether it's the quest archetype or the three act structure of a greek tragedy, sometimes you can sense where a narrative is going.  That's what makes film twists so awesome.  They're unexpected and the shake you to your core (if done right.)  These films, have got some of the craziest twists out there.  Some are classics and the twists have been known to pop culture for decades, but the sophistication of pulling the wool of the eyes of the audience at that time, is no less significant.  Check them out and keep an eye out for a surprise ending.
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When you watch a lot of films, you start to recognize a pattern.  Whether it's the quest archetype or the three act structure of a greek tragedy, sometimes you can sense where a narrative is going.  That's what makes film twists so awesome.  They're unexpected and the shake you to your core (if done right.)  These films, have got some of the craziest twists out there.  Some are classics and the twists have been known to pop culture for decades, but the sophistication of pulling the wool of the eyes of the audience at that time, is no less significant.  Check them out and keep an eye out for a surprise ending.
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Amusing [link] [2 comments]

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Dissolving M&Ms

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Photographer Yan Liang and Beauty of Science show how something as simple as dropping M&Ms in water can produce art. Using a Sony a7R II camera, they captured this mesmerizing 4K time-lapse, which makes the colorful candies look like tiny planets going supernova.

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Giggity [link] [6 comments]

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Scary [link] [7 comments]

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If a photo of a guy proudly holding a hot dog doesn't get photoshopped, then what's the program even for?
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