There's a certain formula that comes with the Internet "supercut." The editors (or, more to the point, the unemployed editors who have the time in their schedule to accomplish these mini-masterpieces) find a certain phrase or visual trope to exploit, comb through their hefty film archives to locate said phrases and/or tropes, and smash them all together. Highly enjoyable stuff, but it's a fairly simple process once you know what you're looking for.
But, as is the case with any great piece of artistry, it isn't until someone messes with the well-established formula that the results become truly transcendent.
Enter: the Lionel Ritchie "Hello" supercut.
This is a game-changer, folks. There's really no need to go any further into it, so I'm just going to step out of the way and let you watch it: