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13th August 1955: Dolores Rosedale and Tom Ewell (1909 - 1994) embrace on a beach in a scene from Billy Wilder's romantic comedy 'The Seven Year Itch'. The scene is a parody of the famous beach scene in 'From Here to Eternity'. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Is there anything more annoying than when the hero of the movie is trapped by the villain and the villain sits there and talks about his plans. Then the hero gets free and kills the villain.

For every movie scene that makes us feel as though our very lives are playing out on-screen, there are a hundred others that leave us scratching our heads, wondering what the filmmaker could have possibly been thinking.

Worse yet, some of the more common clichés that appear time and time again in films leave us wondering if the people writing these movies have ever observed human behavior at all.

Here’s a couple…

  1. Female Action Heroes Always Wearing Makeup
  2. Villains Revealing Their Plot to the Hero
  3. Meeting Someone By Knocking Them Down
  4. Breaking Through a Window Unscathed
  5. Turning On the TV to Find the News Story Someone Just Mentioned
  6. Getting a Parking Spot Every Time
  7. Shooting a Locked Door to Open It
  8. No Criminal Charges After Wild Shootouts
  9. Hooking Up on the Beach
  10. Passionately Kissing Someone You Hate

Source: Bestlifeonline