There are supercuts and montages of everything these days.
If you love movies, you've probably seen a handful of them, but each one gives you a different perspective, sometimes on movies you've seen dozens of times. From Justin Barham, here's an exploration of closeup shots and objects of all sorts of things from Paul Thomas Anderson's Boogie Nights:
Inspired by this video, which shows similar closeups and objects from Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, it's interesting to see all of them one after the other completely out of context. I imagine you can probably get a sense of the film just by watching these closeups, even if you haven't seen it before. Film theory-wise there may not be much to it, but for people who love art direction and closeups, they sure are fun to watch.