RIP to all the food that gets ignored during breakfast scenes.
Some movie clichés are so far-fetched it's crazy to think why scriptwriters continue to incorporate them in flicks. While other viewers roll their eyes whenever they come across these clichés, others can't help but laugh at how stupid these scenes are.
To be fair, movies have a lot of limitations when it comes to adapting stories on screen. However, most of these clichés just don't make sense in real life, and they seriously need to get reconsidered.
Reddit user ImNotASeagull recently asked people in the community about common clichés in movies that never fail to make them laugh. The answers are extremely relatable, check them out!
We know, right? Don't even get us started with hackers managing to insert the USB within a single try. Then all these codes magically pop up on screen even before they hit any keys. Lastly, why don't these smart hackers even use the mouse? Duh!
Ever seen a movie character use a shotgun and it looks so easy there isn't even a slight kick from the weapon? Chances are yes! What's funny about this type of clichés is that they skip the recoil when firing the shotguns, but the person getting shot often gets hurled at an impressive distance.
Meanwhile, in real life, we can't even have a bowl of soup peacefully without worrying about our long hair getting in our face.
Why even prepare so much food if no one's going to eat them?
Why do writers hate glasses so much? We are just trying to see!
Those clothes must have had a lot of magic pockets! Where can we get some?
Insert camera pulling away from the subject for added dramatic effect. Ugh, clichés!
Why do they even do that?
Then the characters start talking while holding the gun against each other's faces. Who has time for that? Just pull the trigger already!
Cause yes, we can totally hear each other loud and clear despite non-stop shooting and bombing happening in the background. *Facepalm
PS. Some answers are edited for length and clarity. Do you have movie clichés to share? Tell us in the comments.