We often find ourselves repeating the dialogue of a movie or series in a dramatic way, but don’t remember the name of the movie at all. Ānd Sometimes, we are thinking about a movie, but don’t remember the dialogue that defines it. If you ever wanted a repository that can refresh your memory quickly with minimal effort, then we have launched a new platform that you can use to search for conversations or movie titles, and use any point you can remember.
You only need to search by phrase or word on this website, and it will show you short clips of movies and TV shows that use them. For example, you remember the Hollywood actor Jack Nicholson (Jack Nicholson) said to Tom Cruise (Tom Cruise) “You can’t handle the truth,” but you don’t remember the name of the movie. What would you do in this situation? One way is to desperately waste a lot of time trying to recall names or Google searches for various things. The other is to visit Yarn immediately and search for the phrase.
After entering the phrase “You can’t handle the truth”, the search bar will take you to this page with possible results that match your query. In the search results, you will find a video from the 1992 court drama “A Few Good People” that contains a clip of Jack Nicholson saying this.
On the desktop site, you can choose to share the clip on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, or just share it with your friends as a text message to add extra impact (and hopefully add some color) to your conversation. Yarn can also be used as a mobile application in Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store, as well as on iOS and Android devices.
According to a report by TechCrunch, the creators of Yarn are former MIT and old friends, Chris Butler and Jeffrey Klaus.
The creators say they want Yarn to be “the preferred resource for video search.” Krause added that yarn is similar to an image search engine but used for video editing.
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