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obama be peepin them stems, yo!
post #107 of 135
Virgeens in wretched National Lampoons movies are always terrified of bewbs. Is this a natural reaction for any man?
post #108 of 135
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Virgeens in wretched National Lampoons movies are always terrified of bewbs. Is this a natural reaction for any man?

This could've been answered with a pm to either conne of g33k.
post #109 of 135
When all is going well for the main character but then he faces some bad stuff with his good friend or girlfriend because whatever is going well for him upsets the girlfriend/best friend.
post #110 of 135
-The police never want to believe/help a bleeding screaming victim in the movie. They come running into a cafe bleeding with a knife in their back asking for help..."ok ok just calm down now what's going on".

-Everyone with a handgun is capable of shooting someone 50 yards away while running

-When you can tell exactly what will happen in the movie from the trailer (90% of films)

-Actors that play the same character in every film (Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston)
post #111 of 135
1. When someone is doing strenuous exercise and his shirt is dry except for the sweat soaked "V" at the collar.

2. Helicopters which suddenly appear nearby without being heard. Those bastards are loud.

3. Military base scenes which show multiple formations of troops marching or running while tanks drive by and helicopters fly by at low altitude. You will never see that all in one frame IRL.

4. The fistfight scenes common in old westerns where everyone is taking roundhouse punches in the face and coming back for more.
post #112 of 135
Those summer blockbusters where kobe scores 40 with a limp finger and knee while lebron goes fishing. It's hilarious.
post #113 of 135
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Those summer blockbusters where kobe scores 40 with a limp finger and knee while lebron goes fishing. It's hilarious.

I think anytime a superstar is on a team that also gives a lot of playing time to someone like Varejao, that superstar gets a pass on not winning the championship.

That said, I did find it ironic how in the last game he played, Lebron put up a triple double, and all the announcers were all over his dick, somehow not mentioning the fact that he had 9 turnovers that game. Not to mention that after the game, Lebron looked like he had just won. Seriously, from the way Lebron was walking around and high-fiving people, if I had just then turned on the TV without watching the game, I'd have thought the Cavs won.
post #114 of 135
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I think anytime a superstar is on a team that also gives a lot of playing time to someone like Varejao, that superstar gets a pass on not winning the championship.

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k, it is also cliche for people to say the cavs are the most stacked team heading into the playoffs, and then when they are ousted, they immediately say lebron was not surrounded by capable players.

this year the same. the best team and no excuse for lebron this time because lebron has people like mo and varejao and shaq and carter and jamison helping him.
but after he gone fishing?
now they say he had people like mo and varejao and shaq and carter and jamison helping him. boo hoo
post #115 of 135
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Remember the sandlot where they all did the major projectile vomiting on the carnival ride? Thats what I'M talking about!

That was the ol' barf-o-rama wasn't it?
post #116 of 135
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Protagonist travels from chandelier to chandelier while in a sword fight
post #117 of 135
Everyone knows how to hotwire a car, and once they get in, they drive like Formula 1-drivers, barely missing the cars when driving 100+ mph in the wrong lane on the highway.
post #118 of 135
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Protagonist travels from chandelier to chandelier while in a sword fight
How about cutting the rope to drop the chandelier too
post #119 of 135
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Originally Posted by Steve Smith View Post
2. Helicopters which suddenly appear nearby without being heard. Those bastards are loud.

apart from the doppler-effect there are some angles beneath a moving helicopter where you could only hear their reflected echo from a nearby building or mountain ..
post #120 of 135
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-Actors that play the same character in every film (Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston)
+ Denzel Washington
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