Today in Movie Culture: Best of 2017 Countdown, a Recap of the Year in Movies Overall and More

By Christopher Campbell

Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture:

End of Year Countdown of the Day:

It’s the time for best-of-the-year countdowns, including this annual treat from IndieWire critic David Ehrlich:

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End of Year Supercut of the Day:

There’s no ranking in this video, but Sleepy Skunk’s annual movie trailer mashup is a terrific overview of 2017 in film:

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Trailer Remake of the Day:

The trailer for Avengers: Infinity War has been redone with cartoon footage again, this time by Smart Aleck Comedy:

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Documentary Parody of the Day:

Nerdist sends up the great new documentary Jim & Andy and reimagines it being about Jim Carrey’s performance in How the Grinch Stole Christmas instead of Man on the Moon:

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Vintage Image of the Day:

Jeff Bridges, who turns 68 today, with co-star Karen Allen and director John Carpenter on the set of Starman in 1984:

Actor in the Spotlight:

The latest installment of No Small Parts looks at the career of character actor Keith David:

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Movie Comparison of the Day:

Spider-Man: Homecoming isn’t just the best Spider-Man movie in years, but it’s also an improvement on the very similar Steel according to Couch Tomato:

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Cosplay of the Day:

Here’s some more perfect Wonder Woman cosplay inspired by this year’s enormously successful movie:

Look at this amazing Wonder Woman cosplay. It looks like she just straight up borrowed the costume from the movie set, it’s PERFECT.

ā€” Denizcan James (@MrFilmkritik) December 3, 2017

DIY Custom Build of the Day:

If you want to cosplay as a TIE Fighter pilot on Star Wars: The Last Jedi opening day next week, here’s a cheap and easy way to make a helmet:

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Classic Movie Clip of the Day:

This week is the 20th anniversary of the release of Good Will Hunting. Watch a classic scene from the Oscar-winning movie below.

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