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Hey, accidents happen. But if you're in a movie, sometimes accidents can turn out to be amazing. In fact, some of the most memorable moments in cinema were actually the result of mistakes that the filmmakers decided were too good to leave out of the finished movie. Here's a look at some movie bloopers that were too good to cut...
Guardians of the Galaxy | 0:20
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers | 1:05
The Princess Diaries | 1:37
Casino Royale | 2:28
Raiders of the Lost Ark | 3:06
The Usual Suspects | 3:49
Rain Man | 4:43
Read more here → http://www.looper.com/33468/movie-bloopers-good-cut/
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I recently went to see a live play. Two of the male actors got in a mild fight and tried passing it off as they were trying to kill a bug when the "wife" came back on stage asking what was going on. At that moment a big moth flew on stage as if on cue.
Interesting that you showed the fly (which no one really noticed), but skipped the actual blooper that everyone loves where Ford shoots the sword-wielding thug in the town square due to food poisoning and his frustration with multiple takes on the fight scene the director originally wanted. It's one of the great moments of the film and of any film and it's nothing more than a blooper that a brilliant director realized was gold.
During the iconic drawing Ruth with his coal in “Titanic” Jack tells Ruth to get in the bed and quickly corrects himself to the couch. Director James Cameron likes it so much he had to keep it noting it looked like a great Freudian Slip/showed Jack’s nervousness.
your definition is incomplete. a "macguffin" is the part of a movie that has huge importance at the start of a movie (a goal or thing or place) that by the end of the movie has little or no importance (the maltese falcon, for example, or the stolen money in "psycho"). the infinity stones are NOT a macguffin, as they remain just as important, even at the end of that movie.
What no Pink Panther where the scene of Cleuseau is in the lift and one of the actors farts. We don’t know which one but most likely Peter Sellars. I think that made it through to final cut as it wasn’t scripted but added to the scene.
Lord of the Rings had several besides the flag. In the first movie, Ian McKellen (Gandalf) runs into a chandelier in Bag End, which was scripted, but then turns around and whacks his head on a ceiling beam, which wasn't. In the second, Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn) broke two toes kicking an orc helmet and his scream as he dropped to his knees was unscripted. I think there were a couple more but they're escaping me at the moment.
How do you mention Lord of the Rings and not talk about the knife?! The actor playing the Uruk captain was supposed to throw it into a tree, but couldn't see through the makeup and ended up throwing it straight at Viggo! Luckily Viggo was so pumped from shooting the fight scene that adrenaline kicked in and he saw it coming in slow motion.
Not a movie blooper, but one of my favorite examples of this is in the SNL skit about the guy "living in a van down by the river," and Chris Farley falls on the coffee table and breaks it, and that wasn't supposed to happen. You can totally see the rest of the cast, particularly David Spade, reacting and being concerned because he could have been injured.
Also, another Chris Pratt moment, one of my favorite lines in Parks and Rec: "Leslie, I typed your symptoms into the computer and it says you could have network connectivity problems."
You forgot to mention that scene in Jurassic park when the t-rex broke the glass on top of the sub when it breaks out of the paddock. When the t-rex bent down it pushed in the glass. That was never supposed to happen so those screams from Timmy and lex were real.
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I thought from raiders of the lost ark he was going to mention when Indiana Jones gets asked how he's going to get the truck and he was supposed to say something else but instead he said "I don't know I'm making this up as I go."
That is not what McGuffin mean's, it's the opposite of the way it's explained. It actually has nothing to do with the plot of the movie. For example, an actual example, the briefcase in the beginning of Psyco is McGuffin as it has nothing to do with the plot.