Describe a movie with one sentence. Can you do it?
We love these accurate and short movie synopsis tweets! If these don't liven up your day, we're just not sure how to help you.
#TrueHorrorMovieTitles is trending on Twitter and people are creating really terrifying titles. These tweets are just too real and giving us some anxiety, we're gonna need to drink a delicious sugary substance, put on an episode of The Office and take a 6-hour nap... (We would've done all this anyway but now we have a good excuse for it)
People are sharing certain movie scenes that bothered them so much -- they still think about it to this day! Reddit user, u/Litacia, asked the community, "Which movie scene bothered you so much (stupid writing, annoying plot twist, unnecessary romance, etc.) that you still think about it sometimes?" Warning: Spoilers ahead (very old movies but still)
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