Another Top 10 Funniest Movie Insults

Star Wars was originally prefixed by the definite article ‘The’.

The first use of double tracking in music was in Cinderella. Walt Disney asked the singer Ilene Woods if she could sing harmonies to herself. The technique has become a staple in the music industry.

Samuel L. Jackson has said "motherf*cker" 171 times in 27 different movies.


Another Top 10 Funniest Movie Insults

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While Cameron Crowe returns the favour in Minority Report wearing a newspaper. Or hiding behind one. Delete where applicable.

Chuck Norris’ first name is actually Carlos.

Joss Whedon co-wrote Toy Story. The character Rex the dinosaur was among his contributions to the film.

Ever the bastard, David Fincher asked a stuntman to fall down the stairs 12 times in Fight Club for the fight between Norton and Pitt. He used the first take.

The charcoal drawing of Kate Winslet in James Cameron’s, Titanic was actually drawn by James Cameron.

The F-word is used 265 times in the movie Pulp Fiction.

Nicki Minaj is acrophobic, meaning she is afraid of heights.

Mickey Mouse, Goofy, and Donald Duck can all be seen making a brief cameo in The Little Mermaid.

As a child, Conor Maynard, his brother and next door neighbour would ride their bicycles in their gardens, pretending to catch Pokémon.

The US title for the exceptionally wonderful A Matter of Life and Death was Stairway to Heaven. The UK had no stairway. Denied.

When filming My Left Foot, Daniel Day-Lewis had to be lifted around the set and spoon fed as he would never leave his wheelchair.

Ryan Gosling was asked to audition for boy band Backstreet Boys but he turned it down.

Marc Okrand, who created the Klingon and Vulcan languages for Star Trek, create an entire Atlantean language for Atlantis: The Lost Empire.

In an alternate ending for Alien: Resurrection, Ripley finally makes it back to earth.

Christoph Waltz, the man who won an Oscar for playing the Jew Hunter in Inglorious Basterds, has a son who is a rabbi.

A different denouement for Die Hard with a Vengeance saw McClane turning the tables, so to speak, on Simon Gruber giving him a series of riddles to solve. The face off eventually ended with Gruber blowing himself away with a rocket launcher after the New York cop tricks him into thinking it's pointed the wrong way. Daft.

The movie Gravity was more expensive than the Indian Mars mission.

Those who correctly state that Infernal Affairs is better than its remake, The Departed, often state the need for closure as one reason for its inferiority. It's a surprise to learn then that one 'happier' ending saw the Hong Kong thriller lose its open ending as Andy Lau's mole gets his comeuppance with arrest, negating the superb trilogy closer in which his guilt sent him over the edge.


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