21 classic sci-fi scenes performed by typography

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Scott Edelman
Dec 14, 2012

"I am your father." You've probably lost count of how many times you've seen Darth Vader say that in Star Wars, right? And how about that moment in Star Trek: First Contact when Picard declares, "The line must be drawn here! This far, no further!" Both of these scenes have been seared into our memories.

But we've never seen either of them quite like this.

Some awesome video artists have been using kinetic typography—which simply means moving text—to re-create these and other classic sci-fi, fantasy and horror movie moments in a way that has to be seen to be believed.

Check them out below and you'll see what we mean!


Star Wars

via AdamBrownDesign


Iron Man

via Uatea


The Matrix

via madfusion15


The Dark Knight

via BlackLionFilms


Pirates of the Caribbean

via ArikaGrangerMalfoy


V for Vendetta

via chrissilich


Back to the Future

via spikeyizzy


Cloverfield

via Pellitory


Twelve Monkeys

via UncleGrandfathr


Firefly

via MahdiFarGai


300

via bartje006


Transformers

via farmerjak77


The Prestige

via YWAMholmsted


Star Trek: First Contact

via TimeBombTown


War of the Worlds

via jrs9486


Army of Darkness

via AUSGAZ85


The Fifth Element

via LilElfGirl


Lord of the Rings

via LesPaulStandard989


Shaun of the Dead

via OnePumpChump


Sin City

via Sfffen


Devil's Advocate

via sharonitt

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