Movies are complicated. It’s not good enough to just have a good script. It’s not good enough to just have good actors. It’s not good enough to just have a good producer. You could have all those things and still make a cringe-worthy movie. In fact, all it takes is one bad quote. One cliche line can mess everything up. It can be a great movie right up until the end, but that cliche just ruins it.
So today we’re going to be looking at what those things are. Cliches of course are one of them, but there are a lot more. How about when the countdown takes forever. It’s a 3 second countdown that takes almost 3 minutes. Okay that might be a bit of an exaggeration, but forever countdowns definitely don’t earn the movie any extra points in the cool department. And then there’s product placement, unnecessary accents, and the dreaded unlimited ammo guns. All that these things do is serve to mess up the movie. As we said, it can be a great film with perfect acting and directing, but all it takes is one of these little plot detail mess ups to just ruin the whole thing. These are 25 Plot Details That Get In The Way Of A Good Movie.
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Why is it that “British” is the default European accent? No, why is “British” the default accent at all? From futuristic space sagas to Roman gladiatorial dramas, it’s “British” accents all around.
Note: “British” has quotation marks because the accent is usually not done very well. So it’s not really British. It’s wannabe British.
35-year-old high school kids
This counts for both the 10-year-old that quotes Shakespeare as well as the 35-year-old that was cast as a 10-year-old.
Noises in space
It’s a vacuum, how on Earth would you hear anything? You wouldn’t because that’s right, you’re not on Earth.
Also known as character shields, this is when the main character just won’t die because they’re too important to the story.
Why are these guys always the hero?