At a loss for what to watch on Netflix tonight? Look no further.
Jonathan Keogh’s 10 minute supercut crams in 1,001 movies everyone should see before they die.
From classics such as Grease to more modern releases like Shame, the video stitches together clips and scores from the best movies of all time.
It took Keogh a year to finish the complication. His list is based on selections from Steven Jay Schneider’s book 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die, as well as 215 extra titles the editor added himself.
“I tried my best to make it an overpowering exercise in film,” he said. “In another 130 years, this will be a completely different list. It was important to start with a film projector because film itself is becoming/already is a thing of the past.”