In horror movies, everyone runs upstairs. If there was something chasing you wouldn’t head for the door to get outside? Also you’re creeped out in the house but you never turn on the light?
Girl vomiting = pregnant
Someone hiccoughs = drunk
Someone coughing = seriously ill
One thing that drives me berserk in movies is when someone is driving and talking to their passenger. They refuse to keep their eyes on the road and insist on making prolonged eye contact with the person next to them. In the movies this often means a jump-scare car crash is about to happen.
I’d like to say that’s unrealistic but my mom used to drive that way all the time. I hated going anywhere with her.
Find a parking spot right in front of their building.
Guessing the passwords of other people correctly
Always talking all clever and witty, without uhhh stuttering, or ummm…. pausing to think about what you’re going to say, or never forgetting what you were about to say, what else was I going to say? I forgot.
There are only two movies with realistic dialogue: Napoleon Dynamite and the Big Lebowski
Being a young, aspiring artist/writer/actor living alone in a nice, spacious apartment in a prime area of a big city like New York or LA.
School buses honking and waiting for kids that are still in the house. If I wasn’t at the bus stop when the bus arrived, it would drive on by. It didn’t stop. It didn’t honk. It didn’t wait.
Go to bed wearing full make-up
Getting hit over the head and knocked out……..then just waking up later on and acting like they just have a small hangover.