From major blockbusters like Deadpool and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them to striking indies such as Moonlight and La La Land, it’s been quite a year for movies. But while most people probably watched a few films released in 2016, it’s hard to imagine anyone had time to see every single one that hit theaters.
Luckily, freelance trailer editor Clark Zhu has created a mashup that does a great job of summarizing the year in film — and it’s less than eight minutes long. The montage — which features clips from over 260 movies — appears to be divided into five different sections, including comedy, horror and romance.
Watch the full video below.
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