Worst Movie ClichesWatching the new Batman movie made me review the best ways to ruin a sure blockbuster.
The Top Ten Worst Movie Cliches
Lol not in Logan
Laziest possible way to end anything ever. At least if the main character dies, SOMETHING happens.
That really pisses me off, on some movies that do this I think to myself I sat through this piece of S/ only find out it was just a dream its like a huge middle finger to the viewers is what it is. - egnomac
Sometimes it works but other times it just SUCKS and it feels like the movie give an f you to the audience
That only worked in "The Wizard of Oz".
Most of time it is a girl. I wonder if people would feel differently with a guy getting captured
A lot of the time, the love interest isn't even interesting/likable enough to make it exciting. Besides, the Super Mario series's overuse of the damsel in distress trope all but ensured that I will never be able to enjoy any straight use of it. - Treacle
Who hasn't seen that a thousand times. - egnomac
It's just not cool.
Oh this is annoying - adventurer
Trust me! Every movie has it!
More like in the middle or some time before the movie ends
"Who am I? What is my purpose? " Ick. Tired of it; it happens in all of the movies and it all starts and ends the same way. Annoying.
Yeah! Take Frozen's "Let it Go" for example
They must have lousy aim or were just really really drunk during filming. - egnomac
Honestly I have seem many strong heroines but those women were a part of the following
1.a damsel in distress at some point
2.a love interest
4.stupidly removed or dies
take all of these heroines for example
princess Leia(star wars)-1,2,3
Glad I just brought this up to #28
Name one movie, set in a school that doesn't have one?
That's so dumb. It's not like it makes a difference to everyone else, dead or alive. It was new and acceptable when it happened in things like Shakespeare, but Titanic, so what?!
It used to be awesome back in the days of Jurassic Park but somehow the advancement in technology has resulted in CGI looking LESS realistic. Not to mention there are times when a practical effect would work just as well if not better. Example: Those Raptor heads in Jurassic World (when they're in restraints and two characters are talking about them) didn't need to be CGI. They could easily have used animatronics in that scene and it would have been more believable.
Why won't the car start THE KEY IS IN THE KEY SLOT START!
Wouldn't it just be easier to run. - egnomac
Maybe it's because it's OUT OF GAS?
Watch Bubble Boy and you'll see what I'm talking about.
"So how did you defeat him? " "there was a screwdriver on the ground, something he's allergic too. I threw it and it amzingly hit him in right in the teeth and he blew up! " - Puga
And then, OH NO! HE/SHE GETS REVEALED!