La La Landing. The harrowing tale of the first Teletubby to walk on the moon.
Wоrld War Zing. An apocalyptic tale оf a world overrun by crushing one-liners…
Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger…
I think you mean starring Matthew Perry.
The Land Before Timing. A very awkward and frustrating place…
It could be a documentary about a group of emerging stand up comics struggling to find their voice.
Add "ing" to the end of a movie title, what is the movie about now? from AskReddit
All those people in their cozy little apartments from CozyPlaces
n. the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own—populated with their own ambitions, friends, routines, worries and inherited craziness—an epic story that continues invisibly around you like an anthill sprawling deep underground, with elaborate passageways to thousands of other lives that you’ll never know existed, in which you might appear only once, as an extra sipping coffee in the background, as a blur of traffic passing on the highway, as a lighted window at dusk.
I know the trope. It seems familiar. Can’t think of any examples though.
reddit thread regarding the issue.
It’s a pretty popular trope in 80s and 90s movies. A lot of them would start en medias res with the character in some ridiculous situation. There would be a record scratch and a freeze frame of the character’s face, followed by the character saying something like “You’re probably wondering how I got here,” only for the story to rewind and explain from the beginning. I can’t think of a classic example off the top of my head, but Deadpool did a parody of it, if memory serves.
Pretty popular trope which nobody can remember a single example of?
Psychologists call the phenomenon confabulation. The term is used clinically to refer to memory defects experienced by patients with brain damage, and also to describe everyday phenomena like embellishing the truth when recounting events and inventing facts on the fly to fill in gaps in memory. We’ve all done these things at one time or another, though we’re rarely conscious of it when we do.
Groovy reddit on reddit level news.
What’s going on on the non-English parts of the internet that we’re all missing out on? from r/AskReddit
Here’s a subreddit along similar lines –
Global Talk is a “softcore” news about various things happening in different countries. While large news posts are allowed, the aim of this subreddit is to share things that aren’t typically considered large news in other countries, rather just things people are talking about.
Here’s the reddit in mine. Nothing I noticed in particular today. One post was regarding the lack of good Chinese food in Denver. Not something I have an opinion on.