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(12 People Likes) What are some of the strangest facts about famous movies?
nights, at 11pm, New York City's Municipal Water Authorities had some overflow problems from all the toilets flushing around the same time. 2. Cast Away (2000) To see the island that Cast Away was filmed on, put -17.609277,177.0397 into Google Maps and zoom in all the way on satellite mode. The beach that Tom Hanks writes HELP on and sees from the peak is the eastern most part of Monuriki, Fiji. 3.Basic Instinct (1992) According to Sharon Stone, director Paul Verhoeven asked her to remove her underwear for the leg-crossing scene, as he said they were too bright and reflected at the camera. Stone agreed to do so under the assumption that her genitals weren't visible. It was only at an early preview that Stone discovered Verhoeven chose to use this specific shot. Stone was mainly cross with Verhoeven for not discussing the matter with her beforehand, but decided to let the scene go without changes, as she felt this conformed with her movie character. And apparently to this Sharon Stone's infamous leg-crossing scene is the most-paused "blink-and-you'll-miss-it" moment in movies. 4.Psycho (1960) Every theater that showed the film had a cardboard cut-out installed in the lobby of Alfred Hitchcock pointing to his wristwatch with a note from the director saying "The manager of this theatre has been instructed at the risk of his life, not to admit to the theatre any persons after the picture starts. Any spurious attempts to enter by side doors, fire escapes or ventilating shafts will be met by force. The entire objective of this extraordinary policy, of course, is to help you enjoy PSYCHO more. Alfred Hitchcock" 5.Psycho (1960) In the opening scene, Marion Crane is wearing a white bra because Alfred Hitchcock wanted to show her as being "angelic". After she has taken the money, the following scene has her in a black bra because now she has done something wrong and evil. Similarly, before she steals the money, she has a white purse; after she's stolen the money, her purse is black. 6.Scarface (1983) The international corporation set up by Saddam Hussein to launder money from his various enterprises was called Montana Management after the Scarface (1983) main character Tony Montana played by Al Pacino. 7.Raging Bull (1980) When the real Jake LaMotta saw the movie, he said it made him realize for the first time what a terrible person he had been. He asked the real Vicki LaMotta "Was I really like that?". Vicki replied "You were worse." 8.Raging Bull (1980) In 1978, when Martin Scorsese was at an all-time low due to a near overdose resulting from an addiction to cocaine, Robert De Niro visited him at the hospital and told him that he had to clean himself up and make this movie about a boxer. At first, Scorsese refused (he didn't like sports movies anyway), but due to De Niro's persistence, he eventually gave in. Many claim (including Scorsese) that De Niro saved Scorsese's life by getting him back into work. 10.Goodfellas (1990) When Henry and Karen Hill are negotiating to enter the Witness Protection Program, former U.S. Attorney Edward McDonald plays himself, reenacting what he did in reality. 11. Goodfellas (1990) The "You think I'm funny?" scene was based on a story that Joe Pesci acted out for Martin Scorsese. While working in a restaurant as a young man, Pesci once told a mobster that he was funny and the mobster became very angry. Scorsese allowed Pesci and Ray Liotta to improvise the scene. He did not tell the other actors in the scene what would happen because he wanted their genuine surprised reactions. 12. Shutter Island (2010) Before settling on Mark Ruffalo for the role of Chuck Aule, Leonardo DiCaprio and Martin Scorsese also considered Robert Downey Jr. and Josh Brolin. 13. Shutter Island (2010) There are several clues and intentional continuity errors throughout the film that foreshadow the ending. This includes a patient's drink of water disappearing between shots (she drinks from an empty hand), a cardigan appearing briefly on 'Rachel' (which is later worn by the other 'Rachel') and lines from Edward/Andrew's dreams being repeated (such as "Why are you wet, baby?"). These techniques are also used in his dreams showing a similarity between what he perceives as a dream and what he perceives as real. 14.The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) The skeleton found by Tuco inside the wrong coffin at Sad Hill cemetery, was a real human skeleton. A deceased Spanish actress wrote in her will she wanted to act even after her death. Apparently this movie turned out to be the most successful movie of her career. 15.Casablanca (1942) Many of the actors who played the Nazis were in fact German Jews who had escaped from Nazi Germany. 16.One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) Louise Fletcher(head nurse) was so upset with the fact that the other actors could laugh and be happy while she had to be so cold and heartless that near the end of production she removed her dress and stood in only her panties to prove to the actors she was not "a cold-hearted monster". One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) During filming, a crew member running cables left a second story window open at the Oregon State Mental Hospital and an actual patient climbed through the bars and fell to the ground, injuring himself. The next day The Statesman Journal in Salem, Oregon reported the incident with the headline on the front page "One flew OUT of the cuckoo's nest". 17.Rush (2013) Daniel Brühl and Chris Hemsworth weren't allowed to drive a real Formula 1 car so they had to use Formula 3 vehicles with fake F1 bodywork instead. 18.The Shining (1980) Every time Jack talks to a "ghost", there's a mirror in the scene, except in the food locker scene. This is because in the food locker scene he only talks to Grady through the door. We never see Grady in this scene. 19. The Shawshank Redemption (1994) Andy and Red's opening chat in the prison yard - in which Red is pitching a baseball - took 9 hours to shoot. Morgan Freeman pitched that baseball for the entire 9 hours without a word of complaint. He showed up for work the next day with his arm in a sling. 20. The Silence of the Lambs (1991) When Clarice visits Dr. Hannibal Lecter in his new facility, Lecter insists she continue telling him about her childhood as part of the agreement. Jodie Foster, reluctantly, continues her story about running away. Midway through her confessions, she mentions taking a lamb with her. If one listens closely after she says, "I thought if I could save just one..." a distant sound of something being dropped can be heard in the background. A crewman dropped a wrench during filming. Director Jonathan Demme panicked, thinking it would ruin the scene completely. However, Foster remained in character and continued the story, ultimately convincing Demme to keep the footage. After "Cut" was said, Foster turned her head to the crew and yelled, "What the Hell was that!" 21.The Shining (1980) For the scenes when we can hear Jack typing but we cannot see what he is typing, Stanley Kubrick recorded the sound of a typist actually typing the words "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy". Some people argue that each key on a typewriter sounds slightly different, and Kubrick wanted to ensure authenticity, so he insisted that the actual words be typed. 22. A clockwork Orange (1971) Before filming the scene where he had to carry Patrick Magee's wheelchair up the stairs, professional bodybuilder David Prowse went up to Stanley Kubrick and asked if he could make sure that (due to the difficulty of the task) he got the scene in as few takes as possible, saying, "You're not exactly known as 'one-take-Kubrick', are you?" The rest of the crew was horrified at such a famous director being talked to like this, but Kubrick just laughed and promised to do his best. The scene was filmed in only three takes, an incredibly small amoun
(30 People Likes) How can you tell if a Bratz doll is real?
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(11 People Likes) If people need guns for safety, why don't they just buy imitation firearms or firearms filled with blanks/ rubber bullets?
ew, when I heard a kerfuffle outside… Being me I went to check it out. A neighbor boy of 16 was standing in the road, bleeding from his hand. I know this boy. He’s a good kid. I walk over and ask what’s happening. He said he broke a beer bottle against the doorframe in an arguement with his stepdad… I took a closer look at his hand and realized he had a pretty bad gash that needed attention… I took him back to my house to patch him up… Several other neighbors came with us… It was 2 am… On a saturday night… But everyone was up… Most of them drunk or on drugs… Many were both. So, I sit him down at my place and start cleaning his wound, he starts to tell me what happened, gets to the part where his stepdad is high and drunk and gone crazy when said stepdad comes bursting through my front door, cussing, yelling, basically acting like a pissed off meth head… I told him to leave… There were 5 other people there, plus my two toddlers asleep in the room just off the livingroom… This man was acting buckwild… He told me to shut the fuck up… at the time I kept my gun stashed down in the crack between my sofa arm and end cushion, where you wouldn’t see it even if you removed the cushion… I grabbed it. It was a revolver, 9 shot .22, I kept the first three chambers empty as it had no safety… As I brought it up I spun the barrel and cocked it… I said, “I said, get the fuck out of my house.” His eyes went big as saucers and he stumbled, backwards, out the door… He went to his house and got his gun… Neighbors saw him stomping toward my place with a 10 guage and stopped him… If they hadn’t, I’d have had 7 people, 3 of them kids, to defend from a madman with a shotgun… Would a fake