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Epic supercut proves Matthew McConaughey is the world's best storyteller

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All good actors have their trademarks, a peculiar quirk that helps them stand out from the crowd.

Owen Wilson says ‘wow’ a lot, Mel Gibson grunts, and Matthew McConaughey? Why he tells stories. More than you can possibly imagine.

If you were in any doubt about this, supercut specalist Owenergy has compiled all the times the Dazed and Confused star has lent his rich Texan tones to spinning a yarn on screen. The man loves the sound of his own voice, and frankly so do we.

So gather around, Matthew’s got a tale to tell.

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