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Excellent Breakup Using Movie Titles

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We think we may have found the definitive example of that rarest of things: a good breakup.

This artfully constructed and excellently executed sketch is the work of comedy group POYKPAC.

The premise is simple: a couple explore their broken relationship communicating exclusively in the medium of film titles. The mind boggles as to how they strung 154 titles together to form an articulate, humorous conversation.

Those films, in order, include, Traffic, Waiting for Forever, Just My Luck, Seven, Like Crazy, Accidents Happen... perhaps you should just watch the video.

And no, Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King doesn't feature.



(Images: YouTube)

(Via: Design Taxi)

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