A Quick Overview of What We’ve Learnt from American Movies
Today, more than ever there are lots of American movies as their movie industry became one of the most developed ones. But they are not all as good as they could be. Some are even so unrealistic that they can only cause a great love and underestimating of a screenplayer and those who were involved in making of them. So, here some ridiculous things we’ve learnt from American movies.
A cough is always a sign of deathly disease.
A detective can solve a case only if he is being suspended of duty.
Just one match can enlight a room of any size.
Any lock can be opened with a credit card or a paperclip, unless it belongs to a door that keeps the water in the burning building, with people trapped inside.
A man shooting at twenty people has greater chances of killing them all, than chances they have of killing him, especially if the main character is interpreted by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sylvester Stallone or Chuck Norris … It’s bullet time!
In a fight that requires special fighting skills, it doesn’t matter if you are the only one on your side, and your enemies are countless, they will all stand in line, and waiting patiently to fight with you one by one. It works better if you’re shirtless.
Cars that crash always explode in big flames.
The more a man and a woman hate eachother, the greater chances are that they will fall in love in the end.
If you see a big glass, it means that someone will be thrown out through it soon.
When fighting with international terrorist, the main weapon the main character has are sarcasm and wittiness.
On the computer monitor, you can never see cursor, it always says just “enter the password here”.
During any kind of investigation, it is necessary to visit the strip club once at least.
You can always find a chainsaw if you need it.
You can never lose the lawsuit (litigation) if you are defended by the main characters.
No one in America uses the subway, except when running away from the FBI or a murderer.