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Idea inspired stolen from a video installation I saw in an art gallery more than ten years ago.  I don’t remember who the artist was or what the exact the piece was called, although I think it was simply “Top 25 Highest-Grossing Films of All Time,” or something very close to that.

Data taken from the all-time highest-rated AMVs list on animemusicvideos.org., which may look very different today if Youtube hadn’t siphoned away its future userbase down to almost nothing over the past decade. Not that the Org is completely dead, but it’s quite possible that a single day’s activity there on any day back in 2005 may have eclipsed the totality of AMV uploads and message board discussion that happens there now over the course of an entire month. Maybe.

1. Koopiskeva — Euphoria (2003)
2. Koopiskeva — Skittles (2007)
3. ScorpionsUltd — Whisper Of The Beast (2004)
4. alkampfer81 — Hold me now (2006)
5. istiv — Shounen Bushidou (2004)
6. Darius GQ — Spoil (2007)
7. Inertia — Sail On (2005)
8. Decoy — Naruto’s Technique Beat (2005)
9. Tyler_yj — Jihaku (2005)
10. Sierra Lorna — Phenomenon (Open Your Soul) (2005)
11. Nostromo_vx — Magic Pad (2007)
12. Tyler_yj — 罪人の火傷 – Tsumibito no kashou (2004)
13. AbsoluteDestiny — Do It Right (Shake It!) (2004)
14. MajinKenshinAMV — Toushi (2004)
15. Chiikaboom — Attack Of The Otaku (2008)
16. suberunker — Still Preoccupied with 1985 (2005)
17. silver_moon — From the Ashes (2006)
18. Einhänder — Naruto’s world (2004)
19. Nekoteo — Taivas – Skies On Fire (2007)
20. MousePotato — Nightmare (2005)
21. Zarxrax / various editors — AMV Hell 3: The Motion Picture (2005)
22. *inverse* — Lost Soul (2005)
23. Nostromo_vx — FMA – Always Hardcore (2005)
24. Metro — true fiction (2005)
25. NetTroop — Another Half (2004)

I’m not going to explain this or assume that anyone is going to “enjoy” it, but it’s probably best viewed in a fullscreen display.

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