Vid Picks: The Year in Memes and Movies

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While we work on our own list of Top Videos of the Year on YouTube, we wanted to share a couple year-end compilation videos with you.

In the clip above, Klick!, an online marketing company, very cleverly demonstrates viral marketing with a compilation of the most memorable memes and viral video characters of the year.

As you read in our last post, the major theme in movies this year was reality. The video below, created by genrocks, highlights the best moments on film in 2010, and it's an example of great editing. If, like us, you missed some films this year, here's your chance to catch up!

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