Tuesday, 17 May 2011

I have to tell you something very important, I lo....*KABOOM*

Another TV/Movie cliché for you, whenever two important characters wants to tell each other something important they always get interrupted in one way or another!






I am sure you noticed it, the main character wants to kiss his dream girl after a long time of trying to show his love for her, she wants to kiss him back and then suddenly out of fucking nowhere KABOOM, or the bad guys storm the place.

I have seen this happening just too many times, whenever something important is about to happen between two characters they always get interrupted by something big. This way the main character is stuck with whatever he wanted to tell the other character and have to wait until the end of the movie or TV season. Why does this always happen, we want our main character to happy right, not that bullshit of him getting interrupted while he already did a lot of superhero stuff before.

14 comments:

Dejch said...

yep u are right, it does always happen that

rubberband said...

Yes and it is just so predictable. And it gets annoying with the time, I mean they get paid so much for making movies or a TV series and all they can do is use the same effects over and over again instead of being actually creative.

BigMike said...

Ugggg YES, the same hold true for when two people are trying to get their first kiss....

m.m. said...

it's all about building suspense and increase the audience's emotional buy-in

Malkavian said...

Yeah i know but hey you got to admit that this cliche is a pretty good one for keeping the suspense, if done right that is...

Jason said...

Awesome post man! Keep up this excellent work!

Elliot MacLeod-Michael said...

very true. but what's an even bigger and more important cliche tha--
KABEEWWWM!

Triper said...

I noticed it, you are right my friend.

Pappa Püllï said...

Yeah i love the suprise effect all the time! :D

SOMS said...

good movies are better then that

Tomgh said...

Happens often. We should make a list, and anytime from this point on, we see this happen, we should add the movie and the time-stamp to that list. And than, make a compilation :D

Zealot said...

that is pretty typical tv and pretty much everything else

Rich said...

I noticed in Criminal Minds... the killer may have been holding the victim for days... but he's never just sitting upstairs watching American Idol when the BAU arrives... he's always decided at that particular moment that it's time to make his new girl-skin coat.

Zerox8610 said...

I hate those boom moments

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