The late, great actor John Candy died 25 years ago on Sunday.

In honour of the comedian yesterday, many celebrities posted tributes onto their social media accounts. However, it was fellow Canadian Ryan Reynolds who created one of the best ways to honour John Candy - by making a supercut of some of his best moments on film.

Reynolds uploaded the one minute 45 seconds clip onto his Twitter account, captioning it with "It’s the 25th anniversary of John Candy’s passing. We cooked up a small tribute to a comedic genius and Canadian hero. If you haven’t seen much of his work, take a look at his films. He was a treasure."

The supercut includes Candy's work in 'Uncle Buck,' 'Trains, Planes, and Automobiles,' 'Cool Runnings' as well as 'Home Alone' and many more. Here's the full video.


In the post, Reynolds tagged Candy's surviving children Christopher and Jennifer. Both have tweeted their support and love for the supercut, Christopher saying "this is lovely" while Jennifer tweeted "Wow. He has so many people that absolutely love him , he was one of the best."

Reynolds' tribute to John Candy didn't go unnoticed by some of Hollywood's elite either. Director Guillermo del Toro, actor Ben Stiller, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shared the video. Our own Foil, Arms, and Hog loved the video too.

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