Jimmy Stewart and Stephen Hawking Reenact Goodfellas

Brandon Hardesty reenacts classic scenes from dozens of films.  Below is a full list of links for your convenience (and here’s his YouTube link with all the reenactments and more):

#1 Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (reenacted by Christopher Walken and Jack Nicholson)

#2 As Good As It Gets
#3 Silence of the Lambs (reenacted by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Woody Allen
#3 The Breakfast Club
#4 Home Alone (sort of—“keep the change, you filthy animal” scene)
#5 Star Trek: First Contact
#6 The Shining
#7 The Princess Bride
#8 Planes, Trains, and Automobiles
#9 Pulp Fiction
#10 Uncle Buck
#11 Harvey
#12 Monty Python and the Holy Grail
#13 Silence of the Lambs
#14 The Big Lebowski
#15 Dogma
#16 Ocean’s Eleven
#17 Goodfellas
#18 Jurassic Park
#19 A Few Good Men
#20 The Shawshank Redemption
#21 Clerks
#22 Fight Club
#23 Full Metal Jacket
#24 Pan’s Labyrinth
#25 Reservoir Dogs
#26 Pulp Fiction
#27 12 Angry Men
#28 There Will Be Blood
#29 Atonement
#31 No Country for Old Men
#32 Michael Clayton
#33 Fargo
#34 Labyrinth
#35 Network
#36 Glengarry Glen Ross
#37 V For Vendetta
#38 The Empire Strikes Back
#39 The Dark Knight
#40 The Dark Knight
#41 A Christmas Story
#42 Batman
#43 Devil’s Advocate
#44 The Little Rascals
#45 Punch Drunk Love
#46 Patton
#47 Happiness
#48 It
#49 American Psycho
#50 Beetlejuice
#51 Twilight
#52 The Room
#53 A Charlie Brown Christmas
#54 American Pie
#55 Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life
#56 Downfall
Bonus: Back to the Future

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