Every superhero does it, when they’re falling to earth from a high distance: They land on the ground with one knee down, one one leg back, with one hand out in front of them. Then they usually pause, dramatically look up at the camera, and pounce.
It’s called the three-point landing. It is unknown if this has ever occurred in the state of human history, but in the movies it happens all the time.
You’ve seen it in countless flicks, and so has Duncan Robson. Robson complied a supercut of some of cinema’s best three-point landings, from “Iron Man” to “Sucker Punch” to “Scott Pilgrim”, and so on, and so on, and so on.
Check it out, and make sure you hang out until the end:
Good stuff. What’s next, the Tebowing supercut?