These are so true...What's wrong with all these script writers?
If you've watched enough movies, you start to become familiar with the Cliche's associated with certain types of people. You know, all those movie character stereotypes like the competitive soccer mom, the kind-hearted cop or the fat best friend. They can be tiresome, but when called out and identified, they're actually pretty funny. Rory Turnbull, an assistant linguistics professor in Hawaii (according to his Twitter bio) tweeted a movie trope about his profession that nailed the stereotype so hard the tweet went totally viral.
Imgur user Rizzivision recently published a fascinating post outlining a series of interesting details from various Disney/Pixar films. The list is full of tiny observations and cross-references to other films in the Disney/Pixar universe that will make any film geek giddy. If you enjoy reading about interesting and quirky details in films, be sure to check out the subreddit /r/MovideDetails! Via: Cutesy Pooh
Ever see a movie and you just see something that's a little out of place, or confusing? Well, you aren't alone! Sometimes even in movies, mistakes can be made! Just scroll down and see for yourself!
Ever watch a movie and totally spot something random and somehow it ties into the whole movie? Those are hidden easter eggs! Little messages or details are hidden in movies just waiting to be uncovered...
If you didn't see Star Wars The Force Awakens... well, then these are major spoilers. Everyone who has seen it knows who Finn is. The new trusty dusty sidekick, well Finn was also a part of the Empire army. And the Corporal that had to look after him TR-8R, well let's just say it was definitely disappointed in Finn. But one Twitter user @classywarefare felt bad for TR-8R, and his little rant is just too funny not to share!
Saving Private Ryan is a classic. An inspiring and breathtaking film about family, and brotherhood. A story about a family that had lost all their sons except for one during WWII. This is the true events of what eventually inspired the movie...