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The 10 best Miramax clips

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We know you like clips. We know this because you're a human being using the Internet.

Everyone likes clips, especially when they remind us of our favourite movies. Those wise chaps over at Miramax know this very well and have launched an impressively extensive gallery which gives you the chance to watch 1500 iconic moments from over 150 films. There goes your weekend.

You can find the entire gallery here and we've selected 10 of our favourite clips below:

(Images: All Star)

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