As far as topics on this forum goes the most popular ones are usually about movies now days
Llol, so true.
, so I got a cool idea today to post a thread about the most cliche moments in movies that when you see you just say "Oh man not again"
1. A cop is talking to someone pretending to be a cop, they make a reference to a bunch of "Code 34's running around" the pretend cop agrees and is found out because a "Code 34" is a naked person etc.
lol, I feel like I've seen this, but can you give an example?
2. 911 does not believe a legitimate phone call, seriously I see this so often and it annoys the crap out of me.
Lmao! ALL THE TIME! Though I like how they switched this up a bit in the movie Vacancy
Well, as most of you know, I watch a TON of horror movies, so most of mine will probably be from horror movies:
Horror movie cliche's:
1.Deformed people who kill people. (And by extension, rednecks) (The Hills Have Eyes, Wrong Turn, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, A Nightmare on Elm Street, etc. etc. etc.) I like these movies, but come on.
2.Anything supernatural happens, they bring in a priest or psychic. (With the exception of Exorcism movies) (Insidius, The Amityville Horror, The Haunting in Connecticut, etc.) Okay, maybe this one isn't so much a cliche, but it does get annoying.
3.No cell phone signal. (pretty much every horror movie where they want to call the police or where they're stranded somewhere). Come on, think of something original, we have 3G now!
4.Cop is trying to calm the victim down and then gets killed himself.
5.Jump Scene's. (99% of horror movies) Biggest cliche there is in horror movies today. You don't have to get a cheap jump to scare someone...in fact, its usually the slow, suspenseful reveals that really make your heart race. (mine anyway.)
6.Fake jump scene's. (With increasing popularity) Music builds up, and then its just the friend or relative.
7.Car won't start. ("My car won't start!" "Well maybe there's a killer after you." -Mitch Hedberg)
If I think of more later, I'll post 'em.