Movies ARE NOT predictable!

2 04 2008

30. The Chief of Police is always black.

57. If being chased through town, you can usually take cover in a passing St. Patrick’s Day parade — no matter what time of year it is. If you can’t find a St. Patrick’s Day parade, try for a Chinese New Year celebration and hide in the dragon.

106. If a phone line is broken, communication can be restored by frantically pressing the cradle switch and saying, “Hello? Hello?”

115. Villains are fond of explaining everything to anyone in sight.

122. Television news bulletins usually contain a story that affects you personally at that precise moment.

127. The most unstable object in creation is a roadside fruit seller’s cart.

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5 responses

2 04 2008
Joe Drinker

Similar to #77:

A man will show no pain while taking the most ferocious beating, but will wince when a woman tries to clean his wounds.”

The man can get shot and then hit by a car and walk away from it, but falls backwards in pain if a woman slaps him.

2 04 2008
stevewithmoya

30. The Chief of Police is always black.

This is usually only true if the main cop character is white. Otherwise the ethnicity is usually reversed.

2 04 2008
MRoDT

There are other lists on that link I provided. There is a huge one concerning Hero characters and Evil Villains…It’s all pretty funny.

Is there such thing as a Benevolent Villain?

2 04 2008
Japanet

where do you find the time to look up these things? Maybe you have too much time availalble…

2 04 2008
MRoDT

Maybe I have something called “Stumble Upon.”

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