In the movies, if you are a man that works hard, then you are neglecting your family.
To be fair, the girl at the top was getting changed in her bedroom, someone broke into her house and she grabbed the shotgun in the closet and never left her room. The others are pretty bad cliches tho
@The nOly One, what film is that picture at the top from?
@NotFlat, shooter, if I’m not mistaken
@The nOly One, That's just an excuse for the cliche
@The nOly One, the wound cleaning thing is kinda true too. I mean while you're in a fight, adrenaline is pumping, and it's not like the person you're fighting is just gonna stop while you're like "hang on man, damn that really hurt"
@Not him again, that's what I was going to say adrenaline plays a big roll when it comes to pain tolerance. When that wears off, like at the hospital, you feel a lot more.
@king of sharks, about 8 years ago I managed to break my ankle during a fight, and I mean shatter it. I obviously couldn't walk on it, but I thought maybe it was just a bad sprain. Between that, and being wasted, I didnt really feel it until the next day at the hospital, and then whoaaaa boy
For the ventilation cliche, you chose Die Hard, a movie in which Bruce Willis is almost detected in the vents. In fact, that was the first place the bad guy thought to look.
I’m not an actor or a policeman, but I do feel the need to visit a strip club at least once
@chickee fella, per week*
I mean in a fight you have LOADS of adrenaline pumping around which can help you push through pain, once you’ve calmed down and are getting your wounds cleaned you may actually feel that pain
Anybody see the new Lego movie? Pretty great movie. The Bruce Willis scene was great.
In movies if you have even the smallest argument with the main character you will die. Not even Scream broke that rule.
Let's not forget, if you get scared by a random cat jumping out at you, or your douchebag boyfriend, you'll die a horrific death within a matter of minutes.