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The movie Withdrawn, now streaming on Netflix, has a guy learning the Rubik's Cube all throughout the movie. The movie is pretty terrible and pointless, unfortunately.

My daughter plays the app Homescapes on her tablet. Whenever she gets to a hard level, Austin, the butler, has a Rubik's cube in his hand. (Because the cube is so hard to solve!) Then my daughter hands me the tablet, and I will play the level multiple times until I finally complete it for her. When I do, I am rewarded with seeing Austin holding a solved Rubik's cube. Let me say that solving the cube is MUCH easier than solving those hard levels!

y' z x' // inspection
r2 L2' U y x2 L2 R2' x' y L' // WO
z' R2 U y' R2' // WB
y2' F2 U' y U' R' F R // WG
B U' y' L' U' R' F R // WR
y' R U R' U' R' U2 R y' U L' U L // wGO
U' R' U2 R y2 U2' L' U L // wRB
U R U R' U' y' R' U2 R L' U L // wOB
y U R U' R' U R U R' // wGR
(R y R U R' d' L')3 // EO
y2 U' R U R' U R U2 R' y2 R U R' U R U' R' U R U2 R' // EP
y R' U L U' R U L' U' y' R' U L U' R U L' U' // CP
y' z' x' (U' R' U R)2 L' (U' R' U R)2 L' (U' R' U R)2 L2' // CO
View at alg.cubing.net

Code:

[B]Step Time STM stps ETM etps[/B]
[COLOR="red"]Total 3:13.48 127 0.66 183 0.95 [/COLOR] [B][SIZE="4"]%[/SIZE]
Step Time STM ETM[/B]
Cross+1 56.24 9 0.16 16 0.28 Cross+1/F2L 52.6% 14.8% 16.0%
F2L 1:46.96 61 0.57 100 0.93 F2L/Total 55.3% 48.0% 54.6
LL 1:26.52 66 0.76 83 0.96 LL/Total 44.7% 52.0% 45.4%
timed from frame before first move to frame after last move

Spoiler: View as executed

L' R2 D2 U' L R2 B F2 D2 L2 F2 L B2 R B F' z

y' z x' // inspection
r2 L' L' U y x (L r) R2' x' y L' // WO
z' R2 U y' R2' // WB
y' y' x U U x' U' y U' l' U R // WG
x' x' U x U' y' L' U' l' U l // WR
y' R U R' U' R' U U R y U' y U' y U' L' U L // wGO
U' R' U U R y U' y U' L' U L // wRB
U R U R' U' U' U y' R' U U R L' U L // wOB
U' y U' U U' U' R U' R2' R y U y' R U R' // wGR
(R y R U R' d' L')3 // EO
U' U' y' U y y y R U R' U R U2 R' y2 R U R' U R U2 R' R U R' U R U2 R' // EP
y y y y y R' U L U' R U L' U' y y2 R' U L U' R U L' U' // CP
y' z' x' (U' R' U R)2 L' (U' R' U R)2 L' (U' R' U R)2 (L' r') // CO
View at alg.cubing.net

From the glance that I have done to it, this is so far my favorite paragraph "Sometimes a new cube will arrive that looks just like a dozen others he already has, but Joe assures me that it’s way better." Is not this the life and truth of all cubers