Jokes About Taylor Swift’s “Evermore” That’s Almost as Good as the Album Itself

I realize that not everyone is a Taylor Swift fan, but it would be hard to argue against the fact that she’s totally killing it lately.

She released not one, but two albums in one year to critical and popular acclaim, and the first one was nominated for several awards.

So, please don’t take us sharing these jokes as any comment on her or her success, which is deserved…but that doesn’t mean they’re not funny!

25. We were pumped.

We thought we were ready but we weren’t.

24. It’s like it’s her goal in life.

You have to admire that.

23. I know she’s not TRYING to make us feel bad about ourselves.

But dang.

22. Insane in the best possible way.

If you like the music, anyway.

21. It kind of doesn’t add up.

Maybe it’s that new math.

@llalxanderll

#taylorswift #evermore #folklore #fyp

♬ Cruel Summer – Taylor Swift

20. Sorry, buddy, no break for you.

I’m sure you’re being handsomely rewarded.

@rockysroad

Stream evermore #taylorswift #evermore #folklore #folkloretaylorswift #theatrekids #comedytiktok #gaytiktok #musicaltheatre #swiftie

♬ original sound – Rocky Paterra

19. And all we are are thankful.

She could have just gotten fat and drunk like the rest of us.

18. If only.

I don’t think there’s enough to go around.

17. Why is this so accurate though.

I feel oddly called out.

16. It is impressive.

And you can never have too much Dan Levy.

15. This guy knows how to party.

He picked the perfect listening spot.

@robotcow

#evermore #taylorswift #heck #ya #sorry #if #your #finals #are #not #over

♬ me in a kayak – john

14. Why is this the perfect mashup?

We just can’t get enough.

@_samjordan_

she really said let me write like i’m running out of time

♬ Best of Wives and Best of Women – Phillipa Soo & Lin-Manuel Miranda

13. I’m not saying there’s going to be breadsticks, but…

There will be breadsticks.

12. This is a whole mood.

And I am here for it.

11. Idk I think we’re all like, hugging.

Virtually, of course.

10. See, even Jake knows!

And Jake is always right.

9. Just in time for the holidays.

What a gift.

@haimtheband

Our dream of singing on a COUNTRY FOLK SONG with the one and only queen of storytelling, miss TAYLOR SWIFT is our second Hanukkah present to you!

♬ original sound – haimtheband

8. It’s just a lot of feelings.

Sometimes too many.

@carlsiguess

goodbye this mashup is everything to me🥲😌😌😌 #taylorswift #evermore #swifttok #folklore #alltoowell

♬ champagne problems x all too well – Carly

7. They don’t even compete with each other, either.

They’re perfect compliments.

6. It’s called inspiration, friends.

And it’s everywhere.

5. Idk what that means.

It’s probably not “fine,” though.

4. Ba-dum-ching.

That joke has just been there waiting all of this time.

3. Girl, let us catch our breath.

But also bring it on.

@lemmehityojuul

im not ready to be attacked by another taylor swift album we just got evermore #taylorswift #swiftie #evermore #swifties #OOTD #Catchphrases

♬ no body, no crime – Taylor Swift

2. This guy is all of us.

And this TikTok is life.

@tyvid5

my reaction to #evermore @taylornation #fyp #taylorswift

♬ original sound – Tyler

1. We needed at least the morning off work.

Is “Evermore hangover” a reason to call in?

I’m such a fan, I think it makes me enjoy these jokes even more.

Which one made you snort-laugh? There had to be at least one!

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People Discuss the Nicest Celebrities They’ve Dealt With at Their Jobs

I know that celebrities seem like they have it all, but I think one aspect of their lives that would be kind of a nightmare would be dealing with people in their everyday lives.

I know, I know, they signed up for it once they decided to become an actor/singer/etc., but it’s gotta get old to have people always bothering you and wanting a photo with you when you’re just trying to have dinner with your family or go to the grocery store.

But still, people do like to hear stories about their encounters with bigwigs in ordinary situations.

AskReddit users talked about dealing with celebrities at their jobs.

Let’s see what they had to say.

1. It was her.

“Amanda Seyfried came into the coffee shop I used to work in.

I made her a coffee and she even complimented me on it!

When I asked if it was her, she said, ‘No but I get that a lot.’

Two days later she posted a photo on Instagram where she was obviously in the same small town.

It was totally her.”

2. Sir Ian.

“I was working at a theatre café trying to get through the usual rush before the show started when I realized I was serving Sir Ian McKellen!

I kept my cool and was disappointed to learn that the guy who was in the bar with me didn’t know who he was!

We both loved Ian’s Ugg boots though.”

3. Please don’t.

“I met Morgan Freeman when he came to my work (a symphony hall) for a show.

He was so nice, he was asking me all these questions about my life, and his voice sounded even better in person.

I held it together pretty well but as I was walking away I said to my coworker (too loudly) “omg I’m gonna pee my pants.”

And he tapped my shoulder and said “please don’t.””

4. We miss him.

“Robin Williams was in town for a performance and was having an issue with his computer.

He brought it in for repair and spent the time waiting hanging out with us, taking pictures, cracking jokes and talking to us.”

5. Hmmm…

“Several years ago I worked at a nice, sit down pizza restaurant.

One night Miley Cyrus (Party in the USA era) and her whole family came in.

I waited on them. When it was time to bring out their pizza I put it on the table and said, “It’s a pizza party in the USA!”

She did not find it as amusing as my coworkers did.”

6. That was nice.

“I used to work at an oil company where we dispatched over a radio…

A driver was delivering to Ben Affleck’s house and mentioned that it was my birthday.

Ben got up into the cab of the truck and got on the radio to wish me a happy birthday!”

7. Big mug.

“This happened to a girl I work with but still awesome.

Nick Offerman came into the coffee shop we work at and ordered a large coffee.

When she gave him the mug he looked at her and said ” that’s a satisfyingly large mug” did his awesome laugh and sat down giggling at the mug.”

8. Maybe they’re just normal folks.

“I was working at a restaurant when Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel came in.

They were so nice and actually tried to help us bus their table!”

9. Funny.

“I was a barista at the time, and Brad Garrett (from Finding Nemo, Everybody Loves Raymond) came in.

It was a busy cafe and I had TONS of fun with customers there, while trying to be as efficient as possible.

I also had THE COOLEST eyeglasses ever at the time, they were rectangle with triangle shaped arms made of stainless steel.

It’s important that you know how cool these were (R.I.P. ?). Anyways, Brad comes over to watch me make his beverage. We make some small talk, and now Brad is wearing my glasses and impersonating me. ” I am a fancy barista, look at how cool I am with my weird glasses…” he says.

So I immediately shot back, in my most Brad Garrett-y voice: ” oh look, I’m Brad Garrett, I’m SOOOO funny and I’m a giant human” (said while walking around like Shrek). He laughed. I laughed. He even came back the next day asking where I was!

It’s the friendship that never was, but always should have been.”

10. Not a shocker.

“Taylor Swift came into the store I work in while she was in Westerly, Rhode Island and completely ignored all the workers and customers.

Her very attractive body guard was pleasant and chatted with us though!”

11. Oops.

“I work at a Starbucks drive thru and one day Kevin Bacon came through! He was wearing a beanie and sunglasses (at night ?) and I wasn’t 100% sure it was him so I decided to test it.

Right before he was gonna drive away I said “have a nice night, Kevin!” He said thank you very politely, then as if remembering he didn’t want to be recognized he mumbled “sh*t” and drove away.”

12. That voice, though.

“My mom, my sisters, and I were visiting Philadelphia on July 4, 2006. We went to the hotel penthouse to play a board game.

While we were playing, my mom realized that Lionel Richie was across the room and was being interviewed for the July 4 festivities. She was so excited that she stopped playing the game and started whispering her responses to anything Richie said as if they were having a conversation.

When he finished the interview, he walked by and my mom introduced herself. He was extremely pleasant, warm and friendly. He said to my mom, “Very nice to meet you, ma’am.” He then turned to my sisters and me and said, “You guys probably don’t know me. You probably know Nicole.”

I said, “No, we don’t go to school around here, so probably not.” He just stared at me, smiled, and gave my mom a hug. Once he left, my twin sister said, “No, you idiot, Nicole Richie. She’s on TV.” I said, “Oh, yeah, sure.” I still wasn’t sure who she was until I looked her up later.

In any case, Lionel Richie was very kind, and even though my mom apologized profusely for “bothering” him, he assured her that he always liked meeting fans and their families.”

13. That’s a weird comment.

“My family own a Mexican restaurant on the south side of Chicago. One day three men come in and talk about the charity work being done in the area. I nod along and go about serving them. One gentlemen in particular looked especially familiar but I couldn’t place him.

Eventually, they ask me about The Shawshank Redemption, if I have ever seen the movie. I said no. They point to one of the men, not the one who looked familiar, and said he was in the film. I shrug and say, “that’s cool”. All this while the one who looks familiar refuses to make direct eye contact with me, like he was shy. I almost said that he looked familiar but I didn’t want to bother them while they ate.

Eventually they finished and left, but not without telling me not to get knocked up at a young age. Later that day I tell my older brother about the encounter. He pulls up pictures of the cast. The shy gentleman who I recognized – Tim Robbins. Thanks for the life advice, Tim Robbins, 12 years later and I’m still not knocked up.”

How about you?

Have you ever had to deal with any celebrities at your job or out in public?

Tell us about your experiences in the comments.

Thanks!

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What Movie Ending Makes You Cry? Here’s How People Responded.

I’ve been a huge movie lover since I was young and there are certain movies that just really get me choked up no matter how many times I see them.

The ending of It’s A Wonderful Life? Here come the waterworks!

And I bet that you have a few of those, too, don’t you?

People on AskReddit talk about what movie endings always make them cry.

1. Mulan.

“It isn’t a sad movie but for me it’s Mulan, after she presents her father with the sword of Shan Yu and the crest of the emperor.

Her dad ignores them and says “the greatest gift of all is having you for a daughter”.

Don’t know how many hours in my life I have spent wishing to hear that my dad is proud of me, so to see a dad say something like that to his daughter is just…the feels.”

2. I see dead people.

“The Sixth Sense.

“Grandma says you asked her a question when she died, she says the answer is ‘every day’, what did you ask her momma?”

“I asked… ‘did I make you proud’.”

3. Oh man…

“Homeward Bound.

It was too far, he was just too old.”

4. Memories.

“Coco.

My grandfather had dementia and couldn’t remember me the last time he saw me but showed me the house of my grandparents where I basically grew up in like I was a visitor.

I miss him so so much. My Opapa.”

5. On a mission.

“What Dreams May Come

A film about a man (Robin Williams) who dies and goes to heaven.

His wife dies some time later and is sent to Hell.

He decides to find her.”

6. That’s a good one.

““He can’t see without his glasses.”

And I sob.

The name of the movie is My Girl (1991).”

7. All choked up.

“Wall-E.

The way it zooms out with the “a whole life long”…

Every time.”

8. I’m actually crying now.

“The Fox and The Hound.

What I love about this movie is that every character makes you feel bad for them. You feel bad for Tod and Copper for their lost friendship. You feel bad for Tod’s mother being killed.

You feel bad for Tweed for having to give up Tod. You feel bad for Chief for nearly dying, and strangest of all, you even feel bad for Slade for all the trouble Tod caused him through the movie.

What makes it unique is that out of all the Disney villains, Slade is the least evil and most justified in his actions. He’s a jerk, yes, and his hunting job is demonized, but it’s a normal living and everything he did in that movie was legal (until he trespasses in the game reserve).

Tweed adopted an illegal pet and failed to control him so that he trespassed on Slade, then he got Slade’s best friend nearly killed. It’s understandable why he’d be so distraught and bent on vengeance. Even when he has a chance to kill Tod, he chooses not to, and instead goes back to a more friendly relationship with Tweed.

They took a villain that they had every right to make evil and give a nasty death scene, and instead made him a sympathetic, human character. IMO this is the best Disney dark age movie because of this.”

9. A great one.

“Edward Scissorhands.

I can make it through the entire movie until they show him in the house alone making snow. It kills me!

Even though I HATE actors in old person makeup, when she says “before it never snowed, and now it does” I sob.”

10. Emotional.

“The montage at the end of And The Band Played On…

Where they showed all the people who died of AIDS always kills me. Princess Di was alive when the movie was made, and they had a video of her at an orphanage with HIV+ babies.

She did so much to normalize the humanity of people with AIDS back then. Touching and cuddling those babies when hardly anyone would. And knowing that she’s gone now too gets me every time.

Plus the Elton John song the montage is set to is really emotional too.”

11. Breaking down.

“Steel Magnolias. When they are all in the cemetery and Sally Field totally breaks down.

She says something like “I’m so mad I want to hit something” and they say “hit Weezer” and it’s this moment where you laugh but tears are streaming down your face.”

12. Same here.

“All Dogs Go to Heaven.

I think I might even cry more the older I get…”

13. Big Fish.

“Big Fish

Don’t want to spoil it too much, but when everyone from the dad’s tales show up at the end gets me every time.”

14. A fountain of tears.

“Life is Beautiful.

The horror and brutality through the whole movie leaves me feeling cold, numb, and depressed.

Then the boy cries out “Mama!” at the very, very end, and the joy that mother must feel to find her child after all that brings all the buried emotions back up and out comes a fountain of tears.”

How about you?

What movies always make you cry at the end?

Tell us all about them in the comments!

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People Share What Movie Endings Make Them Cry Every Single Time

I have a confession to make, and it might make me sound strange…

I have a much harder time dealing with animals who are in pain and animals who die in movies than I do with actual human beings.

The scene in White Fang where he yells at his dog and makes it go off on its own…oh man…I can’t handle that kind of stuff. I saw that movie almost 30 years ago and I still get choked up. And it ends happily ever after in the end, so I don’t even know why I still get sad…

Are there certain movie endings that always make you cry?

Let’s get all sappy with AskReddit users.

1. I don’t think I can watch this.

“Hachi: A Dog’s Tale.

I bawl from about halfway until the end..”

2. Good stuff.

“Kubo and the Two Strings.

The whole climax of that movie is emotionally devastating but the final scene with the villagers and then the lanterns on the water transitioning into the Regina Spektor version of While My Guitar Gently Weeps…that movie is so good.”

3. All torn up.

“That final shot of Monsters Inc. will always make me tear up.

When Sully pokes his head in and we hear Boo say “Kitty!” that’s just such a great ending.”

4. Gutted.

“The Grand Budapest Hotel.

The revelation that their shared happiness was short lived, the reminder that happy endings don’t always last, and that the old world the hotel represented had already long vanished in the darkness of war.

The way the plot’s nesting doll framing device pulls back out to the present, a young woman reading about it in a snowy graveyard.

Just guts me every time.”

5. Oh, man…

“The Iron Giant.

“You stay, I go. No following”

God d*mn…”

6. Gets you every time.

“Inside Out.

The scene when Riley comes home at the end always gets me.

The first time I watched this was on a plane. There is a phenomenon where people are more emotional when flying alone. It was not pretty.

I can’t imagine what other people were thinking watching me cry to a cartoon.”

7. All the feels.

“Mr. Holland’s Opus.

The way his former students all come back to pay tribute to him and perform the song he’d spent his entire career composing.

It always hits me in the feels.”

8. I’m not touching this movie.

“Marley and Me.

I only watched the whole movie once. I bawled my eyes out and since then, I only watch until they move into the “last” house because I wouldn’t be able to take it again.

Really cute movie up until that point though.”

9. A good flick.

“Train to Busan.

I made the mistake of watching it for the first time about 3 weeks after my son was born.

I had no idea what it was about except “zombies” and I bawled the entire last 10 minutes.”

10. Classic!

“It’s a Wonderful Life.

To my big brother George, the richest man in town.”

11. Underrated gem.

“October Sky.

Real good difficult-relationship-with-Dad stuff.

Gets me every time.”

12. Glory.

“Glory.

The last time I watched it I had to make a promise to myself to never watch it again for my emotional wellbeing.”

13. A great film.

“Stand by Me.

Always reminds me of my friend group in high school and how we slowly drifted apart.”

14. Here come the waterwoorks.

“I Am Sam.

It’s a heartwarming movie about a 40-year-old guy with mental disabilities and has the mental capacity of a 7-year-old. He has a kid with a lady, who leaves him, making him raise a little girl on his own.

Child Protective Services takes the daughter away, and Sam, the 40-year-old guy, with the help of a lawyer, try to get back custody of his child.

It is so freaking beautiful! It gets me every time!”

15. Just something about it…

“When the sisters get back together at the end of “A League of Their Own”.

Something about it just always gets me in the feels…”

Okay, now it’s your turn!

In the comments, tell us about the movies that make you weep every time you watch them.

We’d love to hear from you!

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What’s Something That You Can’t Understand the Popularity Of? Here’s What People Said.

Maybe I’m just getting way too old, but whenever I turn on the radio or flip channels on TV, a lot of the really popular stuff on there just…confuses me.

This especially goes for rap music. I love the stuff I grew up on: Ice T, NWA, Ice Cube, Cypress Hill, etc.

But when I hear current, HUGELY POPULAR rap artists…I don’t get it. At all.

I guess we all have those kinds of things, right?

People on AskReddit admitted what they just don’t understand the popularity of. Let’s take a look.

1. Same here.

“I don’t really understand influencers.

Like why do they have such big followings?

Why do people obsess over these random people who make their lives look better just for social media?

I don’t get it.”

2. Weird.

“Toddlers and Tiaras.

Why is there a bikini competition?

Why are we forcing kids to participate in these terrible pageants just for the entertainment of adult viewers?”

3. Ugh.

“Prosperity Gospel.

Literally allowing people like Kenneth Copland and Paula White to rake in their money while spitting all over their supposedly sacred Bible.”

4. It’s a mystery.

“TV evangelists.

I have nothing against religion, but why would anyone follow these guys to the point that they would be willing to give them money?

I just can’t wrap my head around why these guys are so rich.”

5. It ain’t reality.

“Celebrity worship.

I really don’t understand why people are so obsessed with celebrities to the point of following every single thing they do in their lives.

What do people get out of idolizing some rich people who probably don’t even care about you?”

6. Keep it to yourself.

“Taking videos of yourself crying and posting it online.

Also don’t understand the people who sympathize with them.”

7. Am I hallucinating?

“The Masked Singer.

I just don’t get it…

I saw that show for the first time in the hospital, in the early hours of the morning, hopped up on painkiller and half awake while waiting for an MRI.

Sat there groggily wondering why there were people in fur suits on a reality show and wondering if I was hallucinating or something.”

8. Bizarre.

“Politician worship.

It is puzzling to me that people will show up at a political rally and scream like they are at a Rolling Stones concert.

Not sure when this all started but it is very weird to me.”

9. Not doing it for you.

“I’m mostly a metalhead. I like some rap. I like even less county, but still some.

I can’t get my head around country rap. My brother goes bananas for it and it’s awful to me.

I haven’t heard anything from the genre that I would consider innovative, thought provoking, or even halfway challenging.

I’m not trying to be a super smart guy here, I don’t have the time to type the pants on head stupid things I listen to when I’m in the mood for the auditory equivalent of Spam and eggs.

But what’s cool about music is you can find people pushing the boundaries in any genre, but country rap reeks of complacency to me.”

10. It is a big hit…

“The Bachelor/The Bachelorette.

I have no idea why the most forward-thinking and progressive people I know regularly tune in to literal objectification every week.”

11. Yes!

“The Kardashians.

I have a theory.

They initially got popular because of their TV show. Now, every one on the internet seems to dislike them BUT, in disliking them, people still don’t stop talking about them.

Now when they keep talking about them, they get more popular.”

12. Odd…

“Why anyone cares about the British Royal Family.

They are just a bunch a rich people.”

13. I don’t get it.

“Beyoncé, and how talking in a non-positive way about her is sacrilegious.

I once said she was overrated on Instagram and I received literal death threats.”

14. Too much work.

“Night clubs.

Loud, sticky, claustrophobic. You can’t talk, just drink and dance, which I’m awful at. After 30 mins I’m ready to leave, and I wouldn’t even enjoy it for that short period of time.

I actually feel like I’ve missed out on something that sooo many people love, but you like what you like, and I HATE clubs!”

15. I’m feeling this one!

“Modern hip-hop, trap, mumble rap.

I honestly can’t get into the half-asleep triplet delivery of rappers nowadays, sh*t hit so much better back in the day.”

Okay, now we want to hear from you.

In the comments, tell us what YOU don’t understand the popularity of.

Thanks a lot!

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People Share What Ruins a Movie for Them Every Single Time

If you’re a movie lover, there’s probably at least one thing that happens in films that really makes you mad and ruins the whole darn thing for you.

Mine is an unnecessary love story. If it doesn’t fit, just get rid of it!

Now I’m all worked up and I need to calm down…

Let’s see what ruins movies every time for AskReddit users out there.

1. The big blow.

“Fight scenes where someone make a big blow (usually the villain), but instead of finishing the deal by smashing the brains out they start talking, bragging or some other cocky sh*t.

And whoops, the fight is back on like nothing happened…”

2. Annoying.

“Having to constantly have my remote in hand to turn down the absurdly loud action scene, to then have to crank the volume for the next dialogue that is far too low.

I’m sick of it.”

3. What’s the point?

“Added love story to an adaptation of a book with no love story.

(cough) The Hobbit (cough).”

4. Yeah, we see it.

“Badly implemented product placement.

Product placement itself doesn’t bother me. If there’s a character driving a Toyota, or eating a Pizza Hut pizza, I don’t care.

If there’s a pointless shot in the movie that shows the Bud Light logo for 10 seconds, I mind”

5. I love you…

“Unnecessary love scenes where the main character and a side character fall in love just cause, despite having known each other for like five minutes.”

6. Beauty standards.

“When the movie calls for an ugly guy, they get an ugly guy.

When the movie calls for an ugly girl, they get a s*xy girl and dress her in dumpy clothes.”

7. Well, that doesn’t seem real.

“When it’s very obvious when someone isn’t actually having a conversation on the phone.

They just say their lines without giving enough pause for the other person to respond.

I also hate when you’re supposed to be looking at security footage but it’s clearly just a previous shot that’s had a filter put over it.”

8. That was easy.

“The bit where hackers take 20 seconds of furious typing to disable a country’s infrastructure.”

9. Not a fan.

“Action scenes with lots and lots of cuts, that make it obvious (or appear like) the actors can’t do the fight choreography.”

10. The whole shebang.

“When the premise for a major conflict in the movie is something that any sane person would have just said “oh no there’s a misunderstanding” and they all have a laugh and go on with their days…but instead it turns into some convoluted drama.

Roger Ebert called it The Idiot Plot, where a ten-second conversation would have eliminated the need for the movie.”

11. We gotta hurry!

“When there is a timer and it takes longer to count down than the time that was called/shown. It drives me crazy.

Generic example, 50 seconds until a bomb explodes. Dialogue for 30 seconds. Timer is showing 30 seconds left. More dialogue for 40 seconds. Timer is at 5 seconds.

Quick one-liner, bomb defused with one second to go.”

12. Okay, it’s over.

“When all you have to do is beat the boss and the entire army just collapses.

Pretty much every alien and robot-using invasion has this hive concept.”

13. This doesn’t look right…

“When there’s a 20+ year age gap between the leading actor and actress and it’s not addressed in the movie, especially when the movie pretends like they’re around the same age.

“We’re both experienced, leading scientists in our fields, even though I look like a grizzled war veteran and you’re fresh off the set of High School Musical.””

14. This person has some thoughts.

“I’ve got six things get me every time:

Motivation. The antagonist has to have a motivation that the audience can understand, and perhaps even sympathize with. The cardboard, “I’m a bad guy, because I like being bad and being bad is good – GRRRRR!” is so tiresome. I’ll even accept the “banality of evil” like your Adolph Eichmann’s, but the ones who make a display of relishing being bad? Not so much.

Violence without consequence. Sure, the good guy got beaten within an inch of his life, but the next day he’ll get up and mete out justice, where he would normally be looking at 3 months of PT/OT. I have friends who’ve been on the wrong end of a physical trauma. It’s not pretty.

War without consequence. War is brutal and ugly, and lots of people die in it. This should include multiple key characters in your movie. Not just the “we’ll give this guy screen time with the stars and he’ll be the one we kill off”. Saving Private Ryan was fantastic in this regard, because they were willing to kill off characters and you cared when they did.

Timing/monologuing. Nobody delays the start, middle, or end of a fight for a monologue. If someone is intent on killing someone, the moment that opportunity comes, they’re probably going to take it without launching into a 3 minute speech and give them time to rally.

Guns and gunfights that defy physics. The pistol that launches a guy 3 feet backwards when shot. The gun with a suppressor that makes a sound like a mouse farting from across the street. The guy who dies instantly from a gunshot to the chest. The gunfight in a confined space where everyone isn’t deafened at the conclusion.

“BASED ON A TRUE STORY” is so abused. There’s time when you have so much to tell that you have to abbreviate it or change the story to keep the key elements. HBO’s Chernobyl is an example where they had to consolidate multiple characters into Ulana Khomyuk, and that’s fine. But when there’s a tapestry of fiction to make the thread of truth interesting, I’m out.”

Now we want to hear from you.

What ruins a movie for you every time?

Talk to us in the comments!

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Behind-the-Scenes Photos From Movie Sets That Show Another Side of Hollywood

Have you ever watched a scene from a blockbuster film and said to yourself, “Wow, that looks expensive!” As it turns out, you’re likely right, but sometimes a little extra creativity can go a long way and also be easy on the budget.

What actually happens on Hollywood sets is totally different from what we’ve been led to imagine.

Here are 12 revealing behind-the-scenes photos that show just how far filmmakers will go to get that perfect effect.

1. Whack-a-Doctor

Here’s a cheeky shot of David Tennant hiding out in a Dalek on the set of Doctor Who.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

2. The not so glamorous life

It go so cold while shooting for Little Women that Emma Watson had to stock up on heating pads – and even had a few of them tucked away in her costume.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

3. For those bad hair days

This is just one small step that Henry Cavill has to go through while prepping for his role in The Witcher.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

4. Class photo time

Here’s an entire pack of unmasked Judoons (from Doctor Who) taking a break in between shots.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

5. Check out those aerodynamics

This photo of Odette Annable as Supergirl sure explains a lot about how superheroes look so graceful while flying onscreen.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

6. Stunt magic

Alicia Vikander did a lot of her own stunts in Tomb Raider, which just proves how much of a bad*ss she really is.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

7. Just a quick makeup test

Charlize Theron momentarily got a chance to experience life as a mouth-breather on the set of Bombshell.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

8. Mini-Matt Damon

Designers on the set of Downsizing actually created this gigantic legal document for Matt Damon to sign.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

9. Those quarantine gains

Who knew it took this many people to help suit up Chris Hemsworth in the Thor fat suit?

Image Credit: the CHIVE

10. Don’t let it go to your head

Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland might’ve had some insane special effects, but the actual set during filming was pretty mundane.

Image Credit: the CHIVE

11. Hitching a ride

Director Joe Russo gives star Tom Holland a lift on the set of Cherry. Talk about A-lister treatment!

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12. Nebula needs a day off

This is what Nebula’s face looks like at the end of the day… This accurately represents the 2020 mood.

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Hollywood stars and celebrities: as it turns out, (barring all the millions of dollars, international fame, and glory) they’re just like us! Looks like creating a big-budget film is not as glamorous as the folks in Tinsel Town might want you to think.

What are some of your favorite behind-the-scenes photos? Share them in the comments!

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People Discuss Their Worst Movie Theater Experiences

Have you ever had a really bad experience at the movies?

A time that was so bad it made you never want to go back?

Well, we’re about to read a whole bunch of stories from folks who had really bad movie theater experiences.

Are you ready?

Let’s dive into some stories from AskReddit users about their worst movie theater experiences.

1. Take it outside.

“Was watching Aquaman with my sister and there was a couple behind us. The girl was clearly unaware of superhero films.

During the fight scenes she asked him very loudly where Ironman was. And when it was the intermission, she asked him angrily when Spiderman was making an appearance.

Turns out she was into Tom Holland and her boyfriend told her he was in Aquaman to get her to come along. They fought for a while.”

2. Sounds like a great film.

“Saw Cats.

My friend group decided that we’d see it as a joke and Jesus Christ I swear we left within the first five minutes.

We wanted to gouge out our eyes.”

3. Not a pleasant viewing experience.

“I was watching “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” with my mum and sister. To make the movie viewable to most audiences, my city’s censor board had cut off scenes.

So all the throat slashing was cut off and it was annoying as hell. They replaced those scenes with random shots from the same scene. So the lip syncing was off at most places. They didn’t even show any blood.

And sitting a little away from us was a group of young teens who got annoyed every time a song began. They would tut and make sounds and ask things like “why are there so many songs” or “another song?” and my sister at one time was so frustrated that she yelled back saying “It’s called a musical for a reason.””

4. At least you got paid off.

“It was in the middle of the movie, people starting yelling at some guy for sneezing to loud and the person above me turned around too fast and spilled a bunch of pop on my head.

I finished the movie and they guy gave me money to get something because he felt bad.

Best worst day ever.”

5. Are you still together?

“First time at the cinema with my boyfriend – he talked more to the stranger next to him than to me – before, during AND after the movie.

Sh*tty experience for me… If I hadn’t been in a foreign country I would’ve gotten up and left before the movie even started!”

6. Oops!

“I was on a first date with a guy I really liked. Towards the last quarter of the movie, I had to pee very badly.

So I get up and start trotting towards the exit, but when I’m halfway across the theatre, LITERALLY FRONT ROW CENTRE, the heel of one of my shoes broke.

I went sprawling face first onto the floor. In front of the ENTIRE (pretty packed) movie theatre. There was no second date.”

7. Uncomfortable.

“As a teen, I went on a double date with this guy who kept asking me out. My sister’s BF insisted that he’s really a nice guy when you get to know him.

We saw “Shampoo” the Warren Beatty film. It was really raunchy and inappropriate for teens. Adults were walking out indignantly with their young children (you guessed it, there were no warnings then or rating system).

I was mortified because he kept laughing at the worst times, and slapping his knees and all that. My sis and I wanted to leave, so we ended up leaving early.

Needless to say, I never went out with this guy again.”

8. STOP TALKING.

“Once I went to a movie with my sister and my friend. We were seated next to a woman and her ex-husband.

She spent almost the entire movie complaining to him about how he never posted anything on Facebook about her anymore, and that he always tagged his new girlfriend in his posts. The poor guy stayed pretty quiet the entire time while she cried and whined.

I’m not surprised he divorced her.”

9. Fire hazard.

“Years back sitting in the theater and saw a flicker of light off to my right in the row behind me. Guy had tossed his cigarette butt and it rapidly took off in the theater floor litter.

Everyone got out OK but it was exciting for a bit.

Seems weird now but people used to smoke everywhere.”

10. What is wrong with people?

“I was in a movie theater once with my family and little nephew and we were watching Monsters Inc.

Around 20 minutes into the movie, we started hearing some strange noises that were reminiscent of moans. We tried to ignore it but they became louder and I got up to see what was happening when someone yelled “OH GOD YES”.

Needless to say when I got down there I discovered a man and a woman, engaging in s*xual intercourse in the middle of a children’s movie.

Mike and Sully did not approve and we never visited the theater again…”

11. Drive-in.

“I was 15 and dating a guy whose family collected vintage cars and drove them in parades etc. He picked me up in a Model T pickup truck.

It was cool and exciting. He took me to the drive-in where we watched Deliverance. Midway through the movie, my date absolutely freaked out, went hysterical, thrashed around and finally jumped out of the vehicle, leaving me totally confused and clueless.

I’m like “WHAT??” and he finally gasped out “SPIDER!” Yeah, first date was last date…”

12. Total bummer.

“It was my first time in a movie theatre (not counting those crappy ones that schools say are movies) and I was with my friends. It was a new film and we were all really pumped to see it.

Well… Turns out it was a 3D movie and we had to wear those glasses. Which is fine, except for one flaw… I wore glasses myself and those 3D ones did not fit so I had to sit in a movie theatre with one hand holding my glasses up to see the actual screen.

Then someone bumped into me while I was holding a Slushee (I think) and it spilled. Aaaaand then there was a thunderstorm so the power went out for half an hour.”

Okay, now it’s time for YOU to entertain US.

In the comments, share your absolute worst movie theater experience.

We can’t wait to hear from you!

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People Share Their Opinions About What Never Stopped Being Cool

Some things are cool and they always have been.

Bruce Springsteen. The Ramones. Martin Scorsese. Converse All-Stars. Also a whole lot of little things in life, too!

It’s just the way it is!

So let’s learn about some more eternally cool stuff.

AskReddit users talked about what was, is, and always shall be cool.

1. Nice and wholesome.

“Being the guy out of the group that waits for you when you have to stop and tie your shoe.

I LOVE that guy!”

2. Kindness.

“Being the type of person who is kind without trying to get recognized for it.

My whole family tries to be this way. As a kid, there were always strange people by the house……I asked my parents when I got a little older why they had a bunch of whacky friends.

They were nice to everyone unless you gave them a reason not to be. That lead to all the strangers and outcasts that were always dumped on by *ssholes feeling like they had a home and a friend.

I try to live by the same code because “normal” is nothing more than a setting on the dryer.”

3. That’s right.

“Sticking up for people in need.

I went to school with a mentally challenged girl from preschool through high school. She always said hi to me and I would ask her how she was, almost every single day.

One day in middle school she started walking across the street without looking and got hit by a car. She wasnt badly injured, just a few scrapes and bruises. Well a couple weeks after that she was trying to cross the street to get to school but the traffic was bad and she was scared to try to cross.

I had just parked my car and started walking to the school. I heard her yell my name from across the street and start waving. I yelled back and asked if she was ok. She asked if I would help her cross the street. I didn’t think anything of it and just kinda started walking across the street and stopped traffic.

I got to the side she was on and took her hand and I helped her across the street. She said thank you many times and we went about our day. I never thought it was a big deal but it must have been to her because throughout the rest of our school years she would randomly tell me thank you for helping her across the street.”

4. The best.

“Tony Hawk.

I’m not even into skateboarding and I think he’s cool.”

5. I agree.

“Finding money.

On the ground, in a pair of pants.

Doesn’t matter. Finding money is always cool.”

6. All ages.

“For me it’d be LEGO.

It sparks a joy in most/all people, no matter the age.”

7. Better with age.

“Bob Ross and Mister Rogers get cooler with age.

Both MUCH cooler now than when I was a kid.

They are never going to hit maximum coolness.

They’ll just keep expanding.”

8. Be gentle about it.

“A gentle but witty comeback.”

9. The good stuff.

“A cold beer after a long day of work.

Pizza and beer after helping someone move.

Makes an average beer, average pizza, taste Godly.”

10. Lookin’ sharp.

“Leather jackets.

I wouldn’t mind having one if I could pull it off.”

11. A classic look.

“Jeans, a white t-shirt and some black boots.”

12. Darn right!

“Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Dolly Parton.”

13. American icon.

“Converse will be cool until the end of time.

This is the hill I will die on.”

14. Skate or die!

“Skateboarding.

It’s still absolutely awesome to watch and super fun to practice.”

15. Pretty awesome.

“Electric guitar.

The Les Paul is like 60 years old and still cool.”

What do you think has never gone out of style and will always be cool?

Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

Please and thank you!

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