What I Actually Think About When I Watch Movies

We all know that feeling when we start watching a film, plunge into this incredible atmosphere, and… start thinking about really weird things. Even considering the fact that it’s just a movie doesn’t help us get rid of these untimely thoughts.

Bright Side was curious to know what people think about when they watch movies. We hope you’ll enjoy this compilation.

What I Actually Think About When I Watch Movies
  • Why do characters never visit the bathroom at the climax of the story?
  • While watchingThe Walking Dead and other zombie movies, I always think, “Do animals also hunt zombie animals?”
  • It’s such a pity that they ruined those skyscrapers. They are so huge and majestic!
  • It seems like periods don’t exist in movies: there are no women whose plans were ruined because of this “trifle.”
  • In the morning, characters have time to go for a run, take a shower, have breakfast, and read the newspaper before work. Excuse me, but when do they wake up?
  • When I see actors in their thirties playing students, I always think about how naive casting directors are.
  • The phrase “Are you OK?” is really strange to me, since it’s usually addressed to a person with a broken limb or something like that.
  • “I’m a cop, I need your car!” I feel so sorry for those drivers. What if they have worse problems?
  • I hate when men are shaving and someone distracts them. They just wipe their shaving cream off with a towel instead of washing it off. It’s so bad for the skin!
  • How do characters embark on unexpected journeys without deodorant or a toothbrush?
  • It always hurts when characters find those ancient traps constructed by brilliant engineers and break them down.
  • How do characters always make it all the way to the gates at the airport when they just need to say to someone that they don’t want them to leave?
  • When someone walks in the forest, I always worry about mites and deer ticks.
  • What kind of straightener did Legolas’ hairdresser use?
  • Why don’t characters rinse their mouths out after brushing their teeth?
  • When a character eats something, I wonder how many takes they’d had and how much food that poor guy had already eaten.
  • Why do heroes always run in a straight line away from cars that are chasing them? Turn somewhere!
  • How do women manage to run away from their pursuers wearing high heels?
  • If heroes break something or spill something, I think, “What if the first take fails? So they always have to clean everything before the second try.”
  • In a bed scene, when the characters are getting passionate, no one thinks about hygiene, even if they’ve traveled to a third world country and never took a shower.
  • In many films, when heroes come in or go out of the house, they don’t lock the door. I always have an urge to yell, “Lock it if you don’t want to get robbed! Lock!”
  • Why do Game of Thrones characters wear no hats? They’re beyond the Arctic circle!
  • If it’s snowy and everything takes place in a country house, I always feel nervous, like, they have to clean the road, otherwise they’ll get stuck tomorrow.
  • Successful lawyers wake up and go for a run at 5 AM, stay up late working, and spend time at bars in the evenings. Every single day. Where do they find the energy?
  • I always worry about the spouses of actors who take part in love scenes.
  • I hate it when drivers pay more attention to the passengers sitting next to them, than to the road. The most interesting fact is, they never get in car accidents.
  • When I watch a romantic comedy, where the heroes love each other to the moon and back, I always think, “How long will their love last? When and why will they break up?”
  • I feel sorry for restaurant owners when customers break something or run away without paying their bills.
  • When I watch movies with sad endings, deep inside, I always hope that everything’s going to be different this time.

What do you usually think about while watching movies?


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