People Share The Most Ridiculous Movie Clichés

Movies are filled with hilarious clichés that just don’t make any sense, and there is no chance any of them would work in the real world, so Twitter users came together to point out the most ridiculous examples.

Hello, I'm an alien in a movie and I want to invade planet earth - when I say planet earth, I mean the US.

Well, now. I'm the police tech who can miraculously enhance that grainy bit of CCTV footage and zoom in so that you can see the killer's reflection in the victim's wedding ring. Everything will be controlled by me hammering furiously at the keyboard, and I'll never hit ENTER.

Hello. I'm a computer geek in a movie. I can break into any system by typing random keys extremely fast then shouting I'm in! All the while this is happening green text will be projected scrolling up my face. My T shirt has a band on it too.

I am a suburban/urban housewife in a movie about my kids. Every morning I make a full four course breakfast, and every morning each member of my family eats a bite of toast, bolts down two gulps of orange juice, and rushes out the door. do I just throw the rest away? nobody knows

Hi, I'm a pregnant lady in a movie. My waters break in a huge gush at the most inconvenient time while I experience my first and very painful contraction. Very soon I push a 3 month old out in one screaming heave. Baby is miraculously not attached to anything.

Hello, I am a chubby black woman in a movie. I am just here to be your sassy friend with the witty comebacks. Mostly, I'll just say "Girrrrrrllllllluh" and "mm hm" a lot in addition to shaking my head in disapproval.

Hello, I'm a professor in a movie, I only reach the main point of my lecture right as class is ending. Then I yell at students about the reading / homework as they leave.

Hello, I'm the Eiffel Tower in a movie, you can see me from every single window of every building in Paris.

Hi, i'm a nerdy girl in your local high school, you probably haven't noticed me because i wear glasses & my hair in a tight braid. That is, until some girls give me a makeover for the prom, i take off the glasses & let my hair down (literally) then you see my true beauty.

Hello, I'm a writer in a movie. I write one piece a week and live in a two bedroom New York apartment with a walk-in wardrobe. Also I never actually pitch anywhere, the jobs just come to me.

Hello, I'm a grocery bag in a movie. I always have a baguette in me and I'm alway made of paper with no handles.

I'm a military radar technician in a movie and I don't exist until I say "sir, you'd better take a look at this" and then I'm never seen or heard from again.

I'm a mom in a sitcom. My hair, body, and clothes are perfect, and I'm gorgeous and look 20. My husband is balding, fat, and looks 40.

Hi, I'm a soldier in a movie. I show you a picture of my girlfriend and at that point you realise I'm the first to get sh...

Hi, I'm any character in a movie that uses a taxi. After reaching the destination, I don't wait to hear the cost; I simply pull out any money from my wallet, hand it to the cabby and don't wait for any change. I could be handing out hundreds and never know. Now I may be broke.

Hello, I'm a lab scientist in a movie. I wear my hair down in flowing waves, and don no gloves as I handle chemicals with the pipette I'm holding the wrong way. Also test results come in a split second at the push of a button on a miracle machine.

Hi. I`m the new temporary teacher in a high school, whose class is deemed unteachable. I know, however, that they are `good kids` who `have been let down by society` After facing a crisis with the school board, the kids start studying, get A grades and go to college.

Hi, I'm the doctor wheeling your wife into emergency surgery. I'll let you sprint through the halls of the hospital with us until we reach a particular set of double doors where I will turn to you and say, "Please wait outside, let me do my job."

Hello, I'm a single woman living alone in a densely-populated urban center in a movie. When someone is chasing me, I run inside my apartment, slam the door, and place my back against the door... but I never LOCK the door.

I'm a mathematician in a movie (or anywhere in popular culture), all I do all day is write equations on glass.

96 thoughts on “People Share The Most Ridiculous Movie Clichés”

  1. I’m an on-screen dad. My family lives in a huge mansion, my wife and I drive BMWs, I have three kids in Ivy League schools. But I’m a hopeless idiot with no common sense or discernible skills. I am puzzled by the simplest conundrum and immediately beg my wife or 13-year-old for help.

  2. I’m London in an American movie, I’m filled with black cabs, red phone boxes and red double decker buses. Oh and everywhere is right around the corner from Westminster.

  3. I’m a space alien on Star Trek. I have a small deformation somewhere on my head. I speak English with a perfect American accent.

  4. Hello, I’m the Central or Eastern European guy in a TV show or a movie. I always have a thick russian accent, no recognizable sense of fashion and I’m most likely a member of a criminal syndicate, if not their soon-to-be victim.

  5. Hi, I’m a single mom with an adorable kid. My luck with men is “lousy,” but somehow I never meet anyone really bad, and then Mr. Perfect shows up.

  6. Hello, I’m a hot girl in a pR0n, and when I forget to plug my microwave in, I call a plumber who shows up with four assistants.

  7. Hello, I am your average American sports car in an action movie. I can race around at high speeds for seemingly hours on end, make incredible jumps, and take massive amounts of damage that would destroy lesser vehicles.

  8. Hello, I’m Jack Bauer on “24”. I can go through an entire 24 episode season without having to eat, sleep or go to the bathroom.

  9. Hello, I’m a hairdresser in a movie, I just pick out random sections of your hair and cut whithout attention because we gossip. But in the end you always look smashing.

  10. ‘ello! I’m a bri-ish guy in a mooovie! I call everyone “guvnah.” All the ladies want me! I’m definitely a bad guy if this movie takes place in space; you can tell by my British accent.

  11. Hi, i am a regular car front door. I stop machine-gun bullets, when a good guy is hiding behind me.

  12. I’m a San Francisco-based movie/tv show. Every 5 minutes, cue the “ding ding” of a cable car, immediately followed by the blast of a fog horn.

  13. Hello! I’m an incoming ship in a space movie. I fly on the exact same plane as the other spaceship we’re approaching so that we end up face to face, despite the fact that we could be coming from literally ANY other angle.

  14. Hello! I’m a car that never runs out of gas. A gun that fires a bazillion bullets. I can also run or drive a car without getting hit by the bad guys but can kill with one shot. Also my dog never has to go to the bathroom either.

  15. Hello,
    I’m a handsome guy who’s in bed with a beautiful girl. We made love til the wee hours, and now we’ve woken up after sleeping for 8 hours. We look absolutely fantastic and we look at each other and begin to make out. Neither of us has to pee or brush our teeth, mostly because we’re so damn good-looking.

  16. Hello,
    I’m a cell phone that belongs to the hero(ine) in the movie. I never need charging. All they have to do is place me on the nightstand and I magically charge up overnight.

  17. Hello, I am London in a ‘so bad it’s good’ B movie. I have a stock footage intro, and a car chase involving left-hand drive Chevrolets or Jeeps on the left side of a deserted street that has American traffic signs and buildings that make me look like L.A. Or San Diego

  18. Hi, I’m the neighbor next door who leaves for work at the exact same time you do everyday. We say ‘hello’ over the separating line of bushes between our properties. You say, “those darn kids” as you trip backwards over a toy you didn’t see laying in the driveway while talking to me. And you never see me again.

  19. Hello! We’re a divorced couple (or a couple going through a divorce) in a movie where we are about to face something dangerous. We get through the dangers, which unite us, and by the end of the movie, we’re as much in love as the day we were married.

  20. I am a horse in a period drama. I look amazing and shiny although no one ever brushed me. I never poop or bite your arse. People leap on and off me with no mounting block even though I am 17.2 hands high

  21. Hi I’m a professor in a movie, but I have a huge office that is actually bigger and more decked out than most College Presidents.

  22. Hello, I am air-conditioning ductwork in a movie. I am made of such thick aluminum and supported with such sturdy hangers that a 200 lb man can crawl through me without busting through or even making oil canning sounds. There are no turning vanes at corners inside me, and all my “vents” are held in place by screws installed from inside me.

  23. Hello, I am a college freshman. My dorm room is the size of an aircraft hangar and decorated straight out of the pages of Architectural Digest or Better Homes and Garden or some such.

  24. Hello, I am a fearsome henchman of a nearly god-like, ill tempered overlord. I threaten and harass defenseless people. I shoot up lots of random stuff with blasters. Can’t hit a d@mn thing when it’s crunch time. PS; that armor you equipped me with is completely useless.

  25. Hello, I’m a montage. Need an immposibly hard task that should take years done quickly? Come into my office, let’s talk.

  26. Hi. I am an alien computer. My creators have never been to Earth before but luckily we use identical USB slots to yours and run the same operating system as any virus you have on your thumb drive.

  27. Hi, I’m an Australian who either sounds remarkably similar to a Briton or I’ve a super think Aussie accent before there actually was one.

  28. Hi, I’m the hero/heroine in a movie in a gun battle with a pack of armed professional assassins wielding automatic weapons and all shooting a bazillion bullets per second at me. I pick each of them off with a single shot while running, dodging, jumping, etc. None of them ever hit me.

  29. Hi,
    I am the owner of a vegetable cart at the street market that is always going on in some nameless European town in every espionage film. My livelihood will be destroyed when cars careen through the market yet somehow I will be able to avoid injury by diving out of the way at the last possible second.

  30. Hi, I am a Southerner. Everything that comes out of my mouth has at least 6 syllables. I am as dumb as dirt and I married my cousin.

  31. Hello! I am a cool guy with shades who plays a saxaphone. Whenever there is a party montage in New York City, I will be on a tenement apartment balcony playing.

  32. I’m a Colt six shooter in any cowboy movie capable of firing at least 20 rounds without reloading.

  33. Hello, I’m Washington DC. The US Capitol is visible in every direction from my streets, which never have any traffic until the chase scene, when they are filled with careening cars but apparently no pedestrians. And every single person you meet works for the CIA, the FBI or the West Wing.

  34. Look at me, a bulletin board “mind map” covered with crime pictures, pushpins and brightly colored yarn connecting everything. We can knit afterward.

  35. Hello, I’m every main character with a very important 40 hour a week occupation, with unlimited free time for frivolous shenanigans withy slacker friends.

  36. I’m always fully clothed when I open the door to you at my self-cleaning house, so I invite you in to tell you I know nothing about the murder. No one else is lounging on the couch in their underwear either.

  37. Hi, I’m the elephant in the room. I’m the chief of police, the mayor, the company CEO, the judge, the captain of industry…..i’m blakk

  38. hi I decide to go and speak to somebody urgently, I open the front door, and they are miraculously already there , about to knock on the door.

  39. I’m the single box containing a photo album and a plant that tells you the entire furnished apartment has been packed up ready to move

  40. Hi. I’m that guy who hears strange noises in the cellar or in the garage. Although I know that a serial killer is on the way, I go without any light into the dark room to check the situation.

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