By now, you no doubt appreciate how painstaking a task it is to edit together a good supercut. Finding just the right clips, nailing that perfect rhythm–it takes a maddening amount of patience.
Which is why we should all take a moment to appreciate the work of Matthijs Vlot.
For years, he’s been clipping out lines of movie dialogue and re-assembling them into the lyrics of pop hits. Whether he’s using David Hasselhoff clips to piece together Will Smith’s theme song to “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” or recreating Radiohead’s “Creep” entirely out of Lance Armstrong’s Oprah Winfrey interview, the guy is a master. And when you’ve already tackled Lionel Richie’s “Hello” . . .
. . . it’s only natural that the biggest hit of 2015–which also happens to share the same title–is next on your hit list. Marvel at Vlot’s movie-inspired take on Adele’s monster smash: