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There’s a Twitter Account Dedicated Entirely to Oscar Isaac Dancing to Random Songs

You may remember a certain dance scene in Ex Machina in which Oscar Isaac tears up the dance floor with Sonoya Mizuno to Oliver Cheatham’s “Get Down Saturday Night”—heck, it might even be the moment when you first fell in love with Isaac. What you may not realize is just how versatile Isaac’s sweet moves can be. Fortunately, Twitter user oscardances is on a mission: to pair that memorable dance with as many random songs as possible.

It’s surprising just how smoothly dancing Isaac syncs up with even the oddest of song choices, from modern hits to disco jams, and even his very own musical stylings. Here are a few of the best such musical mashups:

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“Hotline Bling” by Drake

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“Boogie Wonderland” by Earth, Wind & Fire

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“Telephone” by Lady Gaga

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“Call Me, Beep Me” by Christina Milian, from Kim Possible 

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“Please Mr. Kennedy” by Justin Timberlake, Oscar Isaac, and Adam Driver, from Inside Llewyn Davis

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