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Lord Farquaad from Shrek is a twisted little bastard. Bottom pic is briefly shown as "camera" pans across his room.

Lord Farquaad from Shrek is a twisted little bastard. Bottom pic is briefly shown as "camera" pans across his room.

"This bear is too large. This bear is too small. This bear is just right. Kill her."

Shit...this hurts.

Don’t feel bad. Looks like Papa Bear recovered quickly.

Don’t feel bad. Looks like Papa Bear

Jesus, I can hear it in my head. I’m sure that was tossed around in the writer’s room.

In Batman (1989) the news anchors stop wearing makeup after the Joker poisons beauty hygeine products in Gotham.

In Batman (1989) the news anchors stop wearing makeup after the Joker poisons beauty hygeine products in Gotham.

I wonder did they actually use make up to make him look more haggard.

The Joker just wanted to show that beauty isn't skin deep.

Definitely

How is that a movie detail? It's up front for the viewer to see. The actor even takes a moment before speaking to let you see...

In Toy Story 2 [1999] the toy restorer who meets Woody is actually Geri from Geri's Game [1997] a short film made by Pixar (more in comments)

In Toy Story 2 [1999] the toy restorer who meets Woody is actually Geri from Geri's Game [1997] a short film made by Pixar (more in comments)
As you can see here in Toy Story 2, Pixar paid a hidden homage to Geri's Game

As you can see in Toy Story 2, Pixar paid a hidden homage to Geri's Game

They just have such creative potential that the rest of us don't. The ability to create entire worlds with interesting little features like that. Pixar has been a huge influence on culture in the last several decades.

"Ya can't rush art."

If you ever want to teach your kids about morals and emotions, just show them early Pixar shorts. I certainly learned a lot from them.

Except for Tin Toy, because fuck that creepy baby.

If you ever want to teach your kids about morals and emotions, just show them early Pixar shorts. I certainly learned a lot from them.

Except for Tin Toy, because fuck

In Terminator 2, before confronting the SWAT Team, the Terminator puts his grenade bandolier behind his back. Because if bullets hit the grenades they'd explode and destroy him.

In Terminator 2, before confronting the SWAT Team, the Terminator puts his grenade bandolier behind his back. Because if bullets hit the grenades they'd explode and destroy him.

T800 could probably survive that explosion, but the people near him wouldn't.

The grenades are aren't armed unless rotating a certain amount of times, usually 30-35 meters. Good ol' Hollywood gunning.

Edited for semantics.

Yes, but it's inserted in between it's joints... ribcage? The explosion rips it apart because the force has no where else to go.

Hollywood still thinks that shooting a car or a barrel of gas will make it instantly blow up too.

In Catch Me if You Can, the real Frank Abagnale makes an ironic cameo as his arresting officer

In Catch Me if You Can, the real Frank Abagnale makes an ironic cameo as his arresting officer

This is a pretty common thing in bio pics:

Jordon Belford was in The Wolf of Wall Street

Jim Lovell was in Apollo 13

Chris Gardner was in The Pursuit of Happyness

Erin Brokavich was in Erin Brokavich

Larry Flynt was in The People v. Larry Flynt

Hunter S Thompson was in Fear & Loathing

Chuck Yeager was in The Right Stuff

Joe Pistone was in Donnie Brasco

•John Malkovich was in Being John Malkovich

Such an interesting story, great film, and one of my favorite movies to watch close to Christmas... and it always gets me watching whatever interviews I can find from the real Frank Abagnale.

This was an interesting detail that I'd forgotten about! It must've been a surreal experience for him to be a part of this scene.

Most of the original Skateboarders appears in Lords of Dogtown too

Ever wonder what happened to Kevin's plane ticket in Home Alone?

thought I was looking at a /sub/wheredidthesodago gif

He totally knew what he was doing.

Home Alone is one of those movies that would never happen today. You would have a good 30 mins in the security line and another hour or so at the gate to figure it out, not to mention everyone has cell phones so figuring out where everyone went would be easy to figure out.

The advent of cell phones has ruined like 60% of all movie and TV Sitcom plots.

In the beginning of Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, the injuries sustained by Luke Skywalker in the Wampa attack, were used as an explanation for the injuries Mark Hamill suffered in a car accident in 1977 where he suffered a fractured nose and cheekbone.

In the beginning of Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, the injuries sustained by Luke Skywalker in the Wampa attack, were used as an explanation for the injuries Mark Hamill suffered in a car accident in 1977 where he suffered a fractured nose and cheekbone.

If you've ever watched the Star Wars Christmas Special filmed between IV and V (don't, just don't) you can see that something did happen to Hamill. His face is CAKED in makeup and he doesn't look himself at all.

Holy shit you weren't kidding. He looks like a wax statue.

He looks like Simple Jack

Well, at least he survived to tell the fake tale.

In Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Cameron is so uptight he wears a belt and braces (suspenders) together.

In Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Cameron is so uptight he wears a belt and braces (suspenders) together.

"Pardon my french, but you're an asshole!!!"

TIL braces is a British English term for suspenders.

He was really good as Edmure Tully in Game of Thrones.

Call me Sir, Goddammit!

In The Godfather, cinematographer, Gordon Willis thought Vito Corleone would seem more sinister if we couldn't see his eyes while conducting Family business.

In The Godfather, cinematographer, Gordon Willis thought Vito Corleone would seem more sinister if we couldn't see his eyes while conducting Family business.

He was right.

Yeah, it's a really good idea. It really makes him seem soulless, detached and somewhat inhuman.

That second pic where you can make them out is easily the least sinister!

And then later on, when he’s doing some normal stuff like buying some fruit or fucking around with his grandson*, it serves to humanize him a bit. He was this glowering monster, but all of a great sudden he’s a vulnerable human with eyes and grocery needs and a family he loves. That duality is what makes him a fascinating character, he’s both a guy that will play with a kitten and order a man killed within the same conversation (the inclusion of the cat in his first scene was masterful)

*Worth pointing out it was oranges in both scenes where he falls down. Oranges in a bag when he’s shot, making a scary mouth out of orange rind to play with his offspring in the garden.

In ‘We’re the Millers’ Jennifer Aniston wears the same outfit she sees in an add for cleaning ladies after she quits the strip club.

In ‘We’re the Millers’ Jennifer Aniston wears the same outfit she sees in an add for cleaning ladies after she quits the strip club.

She even wore the hair.

Ad, short for advertisement.

And they live on Miller Street. Thats why they "Millers"

I hope Boner Garage is doing okay.

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