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Grab your popcorn! Best movie trailers of 2015 in a mashup video

Catch up on the best explosions, car chases, fight scenes and tender moments in over 100 clips from mainstream and indie movie trailers released this year. How many new films do you still need to see?

This exciting scene from "Furious 7" is one of more than 100 clips featured in the 2015 movie trailer mashup.
Video screenshot by Bonnie Burton/CNET

Whether you prefer action-packed scenes of superheroes in battle or romantic gestures between lovers fighting against all odds, chances are you have a favorite movie trailer from 2015.

In this expertly edited movie mashup video by YouTuber Sleepy Skunk, you can see some of the most striking cinematic moments from over 100 trailers representing indie, action, horror, sci-fi, fantasy, drama, comedy and romance films released this year.

Broken down into sections of exciting car chases, building explosions, extreme storms, tech schematics, creepy monsters, ominous walking, angry superheroes, emotional embraces and inspirational speeches, this 2015 movie-trailer montage will make you want to take notes of what you still need to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and iTunes.

The mashup video also includes some of the best quotes from trailers, like "You're done with the past, but the past is not done with you," from Joel Edgerton in "The Gift" and "Speak a little truth and people lose their minds," from O'Shea Jackson Jr. in "Straight Outta Compton."

My favorite quote used in the mashup video also came from one of the most successful sci-fi movies of the year. "I guarantee you that at some point, everything's gonna go south on you. You're gonna say, 'This is it. This is how I end.' You can either accept that, or you can get to work," from Matt Damon in "The Martian."

Watch the video below and see if you can name every film that appears without looking at the master list of movie clips in the order they were shown.