Going to the supermarket is one of the most basic and consistent things that one could do — so it’s no surprise, then, that some classic films have prominently featured the activity.
With that, Jesse Paddock over at Slate has put together this supercut that shows just how much mileage the grocery store gets on film. From Home Alone, Army Of Darkness, Zombieland, Drive, The Wrestler and many more – “Life in the Grocery Store” proves that there’s not a single film genre that doesn’t love shots of canned goods.
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[via Slate Video]