Or pretty much all of them if you ignore politics, weird shit and industry shills.
I’m slightly too young to fully remember this, but after the war there were a number of films made where two things were constant.
Plucky Allies defeated the Nazis something rotten.
Everyone was in it.
The closest you’d come to it these days would be Ocean’s 11, but that’s in itself a throwback to earlier days. We’re talking about a film that would come on TV and you’d say “Oh, it’s an everyone film”.
Well, in this new and exciting era of the blogosphere, such a film has been made once more. It’s a bunch of Internet-famous people re-enacting a webcomic riff on a cable TV station advert. Obviously.
What intrigues me is how this happened: Olga Nunes is previous webelf of Neil Gaiman’s, so did she come up with the idea, Neil said yes, and then suggested to all the people he knew that they take part? Or did it start with talking to famous bloggers (e.g. Bruce Schneier), and then blossom from there?
Either way, consider how long it would have taken to organise and film this before the Internet. And how trivial it is nowadays.