No matter how subtle writers and directors try to be, title dropswhen the name of a film is mentioned by one of its characters—are usually obvious, and can be somewhat distracting to the audience. YouTuber Chris Huebs found a way to make them a positive for viewers, by stringing them together into one funny supercut. 

Huebs edited title drops together with a movie's end credits, creating a sort of mic drop for films like Jurassic Park300, and The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. The video transforms blockbusters into condensed short films that never reach their respective climaxes, even if the hard-hitting rock music makes it feel like they did.

Huebs isn't the first YouTuber to pay tribute to title drops; the team at moviemiscellany created a supercut devoted to the topic in 2011, using clips from 100 films (which you can watch below).

[h/t Daily Dot]

Banner image via Chris Huebs on YouTube