If you don't yet know the term "supercut," don't worry—chances are, you've already seen one. You may recall a video meme that crammed in the many times and ways "Mad Men's" Don Draper (Jon Hamm) simply says "what." The one minute, 35 second YouTube video populated many Facebook pages and Twitter feeds about a year ago.
The purported maker of the hyper-edited Draper "supercut" has resurfaced with an even more impressive—and presumably more labor-intensive—video. Reenacting Journey's 1981 "Don't Stop Believin'" with rapid-fire clips from several movies ranging from "Clerks" to "Stand By Me," the video offers super-short cuts of actors reciting the song's lyrics.
If the description was difficult to understand, you just have to see it to believe it... and keep on believing:
Uploaded just a few days ago, we think this one will soon rack up many more than the mere 34,000+ views it has as of this very minute.
But it all hinges on one thing: if you don't stop believing and start sharing.
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