Do you already have some serious FOMO when it comes to the amount of awesome film and TV you will never have enough time to consume? Well, this amazing compilation of some of the best cinematic moments from the past year probably won't help. But you should watch it anyway.
Because, sure, you probably got around to your "Mad Max: Fury Road" and your "Inside Out" — and, if not, what did you even do with your summer?! — but, as editor extraordinaire Ben Zuk demonstrates in this compilation of 2015 movies, you probably missed some seriously cool flicks.
The almost-seven-minute compilation has excerpts from 164 movies released (in some definition of that word) in 2015 — some of them highlighted more than once and some of them from films that haven't yet been released in theaters. (Yep, that was some choice footage from the trailers for "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." Sadly, BB-8 did not make the cut. We think this was a mistake.)
In addition to featuring the most-watched films of the year, the compilation also gets in some serious indie film cred. Ben managed to squeeze in less-seen movies like New Zealand vampire mockumentary "What We Do in The Shadows" and that urban legend-inspired movie about a Japanese woman who travels to Minnesota in search of the buried cash in the film "Fargo." (Yep, this movie happened — and it looks beautiful.)
The vid also found some of the most interesting parts from movies that you might not necessarily think of as particularly cinematic. (Sorrynotsorry, "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.") Take away? It's a ridiculously good time to be alive as a movie-goer. Also: film-related FOMO is real.