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From the first moment doves fly through a door and a camera zooms in on Prince in a bathtub, viewers know that the video is not going to be simple. The video includes clips from "Purple Rain," too. The video was a bit controversial for its sexual visuals.
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Tom Petty channeled "Alice in Wonderland" for the "Don't Come Around Here No More" music video. Between his Mad Hatter costume and the trippy adventures of Alice as she tries to escape Wonderland, the video is ful of memorable scenes. Ending with Alice as a cake that the Mad Hatter and friends consume and a small burp from Petty is just the cherry on top.
The first collaboration between Alicia Silverstone and Aerosmith featured Silverstone as a girl who catches her boyfriend cheating. She ends up shoving him out of a car and leaving him in the dust and goes into a rebellious phase. She gets a tattoo and a belly button piercing. Eventually, she stands on the edge of an overpass preparing to jump when her ex shows up with a bunch of cops. She leaps and hang over the cars with a rope and flip her ex off is iconic.
Directed by Spike Jonze ("Her"), the "Buddy Holly" video places the band in Arnold's Drive-In from the show "Happy Days." Real clips from the show are also used throughout the video to make it seem like the band is actually on the show. Original cast member Al Molinaro made a cameo.
Directed by F. Gary Gray, who also directed "Straight Out of Compton" and "The Fate of the Furious," the "Waterfalls" video is emotional. The video shows two stories: one in which a boy is killed in a drug deal after not listening to his mom to stop and another where a man contracts AIDS after having unprotected sex with a woman. The boy returns in ghost form but his mom can't see him, and both the man and woman fade from the video. Also, the group performs in water and in liquefied forms in front of a waterfall. It got video of the year at the MTV VMAs.
The Spice Girls video for "Wannabe" is entirely one-shot and shows the girls taking over the St. Pancras Grand Hotel in London. Each girl shows off her personality as they move throughout the hotel, making a mess and causing general chaos. The video is as fun as the song itself.
Directed by Foo Fighters front man Dave Grohl, the video follows a man, whose face is never shown, as he rescues a baby, a dog, and grabs a photo from a burning building. Filmed in one continuous shot, the band is also occasionally shown playing in the burning building.
Brandy and Monica's apartments are right next to each other and the girls are seeing the same man. They talk through their problems with friends and ultimately decide that neither of them will date him. The girls are together when the guy comes knocking and slam the door in his face.
As fun as Smash Mouth's song is, the video is even more wild. The song is featured in the superhero comedy "Mystery Men," and actors William H. Macy, Ben Stiller, Hank Azaria, Diane Rehm, Paul Reubens, Kel Mitchell, Janeane Garofalo, Doug Jones, and Dane Cook all make cameos. The band's front man lifts a bus up off a girl at some point and saves a dog from a fire. There's a lot to process.
The Gorillaz are known for their animations, but it all started with their first single from their debut, "Clint Eastwood." The video features a ghost, tombstones rising from the ground, zombie gorillas, and pop culture references including ones to "Resident Evil" and "Braindead."
The video features lead singer Amy Lee dreaming of falling from her apartment window. Then she wakes and crawls outside to walk along the ledge. At one point, she climbs up the building to a room where Paul McCoy and the rest of the band are playing music. He opens the window and she almost falls. He reaches out to her but can't pull her back up and she falls. But the video ends with a shot of her in bed. It's dark and striking and fits perfectly with the song.
An argument could be made for "...Baby One More Time" to be on the list for the school girl uniform and high school setting, but "Toxic" deserves the title. Between Britney Spears' flight attendant uniform, diamond and nude body suit, and black cat suit, all of her outfits are memorable. And then there's the wild action sequence in a futuristic Paris where she poisons her unfaithful boyfriend. It's hard to forget.
Fall Out Boy's video for "Sugar, We're Goin Down" alternates between the band jamming and a love story between a boy with antlers and a normal girl. At one point, the boy tries to cut his antlers off to be accepted, but she stops him. Her father, a hunter, disapproves of their romance and tries to shoot antler boy with an arrow but he's hit by a car. When antler boy runs to his side, he realizes that the man has deer hooves for legs. It's a weird video, but that's why it's unforgettable.
Throw Katy Perry and her dancers in clothing covered in sweets, dress Snoop Dogg in a cupcake suit, make the setting a board game called Candyfornia, and you've got yourself the basis of the "California Gurls" video. As Katy Perry makes her way through the board game world, she rescues some girls from candy-related prisons and then defeats Snoop Dogg and his gummy bear army with whipped cream. And then for some reason, she is naked on a cotton candy cloud for certain parts.
The imagery in Lamar's "Humble" is evocative and breathtaking. From his Pope outfit to the reenactment of Da Vinci's "The Last Supper" painting, Lamar doesn't shy away from religious visuals. The scene where he's the only man looking at the camera as men around him bob their heads is striking, but even more notable is the scene where his head is on fire as he's surrounded by men with their heads wrapped in burning rope. When he raps about Photoshop, a woman is shown all made up and without makeup. It's full of genius symbolism and won Lamar a Grammy for best video.
For nearly every year from 1975 to 2020, the number of male crash deaths was more than twice the number of female crash deaths, but the gap has narrowed. From 1975 to 2020, male crash deaths declined by 14 percent and female crash deaths declined by 10 percent. Since 1975, motorcyclist deaths have increased by more than 70 percent among both males and females.
The number of driver fatal crash involvements per 100 million miles driven in 2016-17 was 63 percent higher for males (2.1 per 100 million miles traveled) than for females (1.3 per 100 million miles traveled). Rates were substantially higher for males than for females ages 16-29, but were only slightly higher for ages 30 and older. The sex difference was largest among drivers ages 20-29.Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. (2020). [Unpublished analysis of April 1, 2016 - March 31, 2017 data from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Fatality Analysis Reporting System and the National Household Travel Survey].
Each year from 1982 to 2020, the proportion of fatally injured passenger vehicle drivers with blood alcohol concentrations (BACs) at or above 0.08 percent has been substantially higher for males than for females.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) is an independent, nonprofit scientific and educational organization dedicated to reducing deaths, injuries and property damage from motor vehicle crashes through research and evaluation and through education of consumers, policymakers and safety professionals.
The Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) shares and supports this mission through scientific studies of insurance data representing the human and economic losses resulting from the ownership and operation of different types of vehicles and by publishing insurance loss results by vehicle make and model.
Sex Drive is a 2008 American road comedy film about a high school graduate who goes on a road trip to have sex with a girl he met online. It is based on the young adult novel All the Way by American author Andy Behrens. The film was directed by Sean Anders, and stars Josh Zuckerman, Amanda Crew, Clark Duke, Seth Green, and James Marsden, while Katrina Bowden, Alice Greczyn, Michael Cudlitz, Dave Sheridan, and David Koechner appear in supporting roles. It was released in North America on October 17, 2008, and in the United Kingdom on January 9, 2009. The film received mixed reviews, with the performances of Duke, Marsden, and Green receiving praise.
Ian Lafferty is an 18-year-old recent high school graduate. He searches for a girl online making it seem as if he is attractive and strong, although he is sweet and unassuming. He soon meets "Ms. Tasty" and agrees to meet her in person. She lives in Knoxville, Tennessee, while he lives in Bartlett, Illinois. With his best friends Lance Nesbitt and Felicia Alpine, he goes to Knoxville in a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge borrowed without permission from Ian's arrogant, homophobic and macho older brother Rex.
On the way to Knoxville, they come across a hitchhiker, as the radiator in the Judge overheats. They attempt urinating in the radiator, which only works briefly as they try to leave the hitchhiker in the dust. The hitchhiker, frustrated at Ian's lack of concern for his well-being, leaves, but not before urinating on the car window. As Ian and Felicia wander to find help, Lance is waiting with the car as Ezekiel happens to pass by in his horse-drawn buggy. Ezekiel and his Amish buddies repair the car while they join a Rumspringa party where Fall Out Boy are playing a concert, and at which Lance meets an attractive Amish girl named Mary. The three promise to come again on the way back to do some work in return for fixing the car.
Lance and Mary arrive after having sex, as well as a redneck named Rick, whose girlfriend Brandy slept with Lance earlier. Felicia, however, is hiding in the car when Bobby Jo tries to steal it. Soon, a green car that has been continuously drag-racing with the Judge throughout the movie arrives. Ian manages to save Felicia, who then is able to run off and report to the police. Ms. Tasty tries to escape, but is stopped by the green car, whose drivers turn out to be Andy and Randy, two dim-witted self-declared "womanizers" from Ian's school, whom Ms. Tasty tried to manipulate into giving her the car. Bobby Jo is treated after being shot by Ian in self-defense. Felicia tells the police about the chop shop location and the couple is arrested. 350c69d7ab