The movie cliché of a drunk guy who sees something surprising and does a double-take at what he’s drinking. The visual gag has been around for a long time and can still be a fun comedic button to add to a scene
Telephone clichés movies always use. Films have had to keep phones out of the hands of characters for the sake of creating tension and horror. Ranging from exact change, being out of order, no signals or dead batteries. Movie characters can’t catch a break when they want to make a call.
The ‘Ugly Girl In Glasses’ movie cliché. Glasses on a woman in a movie equals her being unattractive. Movie logic determines she’s in desperate need of a makeover and she must lose her frames in order to get any man’s attention – no matter how plainly gorgeous she is in reality
The clichéd role of parking garages in movies, they’re typically used as locations for action scenes, suspenseful dangerous encounters and secretive meetings
An examination of the popular movie cliché and movie trope of the villain/bad guy’s plan of wanting to be caught and captured by the good guy
The overused, cliched shot of action heroes walking away from a huge explosion in the background should finally be retired
The classic, cliched movie device of expressing a characters obsession by having them stare a photo, or in some cases a big wall of cutout photos