Iconic cartoon 'The Simpsons' has been running for 28 years, providing entertainment and political commentary to its global audience.
Twitter account, @simpsonfilms, pays homage to the show's inextricable connection to pop culture.
Since October 2016, they have been posting screenshots of classic Simpsons episodes where the framing appears similar to shots of famous films or television shows.
And the similarity is uncanny.
(dir. Andrew Davis) pic.twitter.com/ijnFc0FxxN— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) May 13, 2017
La La Land (2016)— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) May 11, 2017
(dir. Damien Chazelle) pic.twitter.com/bRCNRq5Eld
13 Reasons Why (2017)
(dir. various) pic.twitter.com/RDIapUBSiv— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) April 19, 2017
Seinfeld (1989-1998)— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) April 21, 2017
(dir. various) pic.twitter.com/pA3TeM7T3S
(dir. Barry Jenkins) pic.twitter.com/EUrn0JxEzV— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) March 10, 2017
Ted (2012)— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) January 7, 2017
(dir. Seth MacFarlane) pic.twitter.com/DttrSQoreZ
They also present an alternative explanation for the plot of certain movies.
127 Hours (2010)— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) May 6, 2017
(dir. Danny Boyle) pic.twitter.com/qrg8NrqOdo
Suicide Squad (2016)— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) May 7, 2017
(dir. David Ayer) pic.twitter.com/pzBchABYYd
The Magic Mike series (2012/2015)— Simpsons Films (@simpsonsfilms) April 30, 2017
(dir. Steven Soderbergh/Gregory Jacobs) pic.twitter.com/7waCDpyesw
'The Simpsons' garnered attention last year, after predicting Donald Trump's run for the Presidency and subsequent win.
It turns out the show's writers prophesied his Presidency 17 years ago.
Let's see what the show predicts for us in 2017.
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