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Twitter certainly had a lot to say about the series finale of Game Of Thrones – but there’s one tweet that seems to have made a huge impression on the social media site. Jonathan Hill of Santa Clarita tweeted a video of Drogon behind Daenerys making it appear that she has the wings of a dragon. The text reads: “This shot is brilliant and should be shown in any film study class
#GameofThrones.” Hill’s tweet was immediately mocked by film nerds, and it ended up morphing into a very entertaining copypasta. Twitter users began subbing the shot of Daenerys Targaryen with shots from cult classics and arguably inane works of film. It’s an incredibly versatile meme, and a whole lot of fun.
Whether or not you approved of Sunday’s episode’s twist, there’s one thing that all Game of Thrones fans can agree upon: the episode was too damn dark. It didn’t matter if you threw that brightness up to 100. ‘Battle For Winterfell’ was incredibly hard to follow. Fortunately for all of us squinters, Twitter user @ryanclassic decided to demystify the damn thing for everyone.
2018 was a damn good year for movies. There was The Favourite, zany fish-eyed English Baroque rollercoaster from Yorgos Lanthimos. Roma, a poignant love letter to Mexico City, managed to steal hearts internationally. Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper inexplicably paired up for what ended up being our favorite iteration of A Star Is Born yet. Despite our immense love for these acclaimed films, we also enjoy making fun of sh*t. And The Shiznit happens to do that very well.
Every year the entertainment site posts “honest posters” for Oscar nominees. They’re beautifully done and funny to boot. We’ve included some of this year’s posters and some all-time favorites. If you like what you see, check out the rest here and consider donating to their Patreon.