If you – by any chance – decide to search through the archives of this blog…be sure to ignore one post I wrote many moons ago.

It’s so goddamn fucking awesome when I encounter a scene in a movie or series that is magic. It doesn’t happen too often to me but when it does I know again why I love (good) movies so much.

Until yesterday my last and best magic movie moment was the end of Pieces of April by which I almost jumped out of my seat when the scene ended up as I hoped it would. But that is no more.

Now I got a new best magic moment. And this is truly one of the most fucking bestest scenes I ever watched. Not only has the scene perfect timing accompanied by a fantastic soundtrack but it also breaks the fourth wall in an unbelievably good way and indirectly even tells us why sequels are a bad idea. Seriously, can it get any better?

Do you want to know how to know if a movie is mediocre at best and an unimaginable pile of shit at worst? And do you want to spot it fast?

Of course there are many ways to spot one of those “bad movies” out there. You can read reviews in magazines or blogs (like mine). Or you can even read some books about the art of film-making so you spot bad movies faster than the normal movie goer.

While those approaches are all valid and good there’s one easy way that’s amazingly fast. It only takes one minute – if at all. And you don’t have to read any text beforehand.