CATEGORIES Video, 'Fone Finds


With the 10-year anniversary of 9/11 just days away, New York-based director and cartoonist Dan Meth decided to pay homage to the Twin Towers by compiling movie scenes in which they appear.

Just about every shot of the New York City skyline included the World Trade Center, but there were some really iconic movie scenes, most notably in the 1976 version of 'King Kong,' in which the big ape climbs one of the towers instead of the Empire State Building.

Meth's video includes scenes from 'Superman,' 'Dog Day Afternoon,' 'Home Alone 2: Lost in New York,' 'The Wiz' and many more. (The video is after the jump.)

We're also including a shot he missed, from the end of 'Daylight;' Amy Brenneman and Sylvester Stallone have just survived a catastrophic tunnel cave-in and the towers seem to symbolize the indomitable nature of New Yorkers, who can weather any crisis. So here's to you, New York, New York.

Twin Tower Cameos from Dan Meth on Vimeo.



A fanvid tribute to 'Daylight,' set to U2's 'Drowning Man,' with the Twin Towers making an appearance at the very end.