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Myths That Movies Made Us Believe Are True

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Movies are an amazing thing to watch and spend your time on. The most exciting movies that we watch nowadays are an action thriller and stuff. Stuff we don’t get to see daily, like shooting people, bomb blasts, etc. People have a natural attraction towards them because of their nature. Now, most of these movies involve the hero doing something totally unexpected to save his life, or something similar. And we as clueless people think of that stunt performed in a movie as a piece of lifesaving advice and fail while actually using it. For example, we saw Arnold Schwarzenegger pull out grenade pins from his mouth so many times right? So, what did we learn? Open pins from the mouth, right? In case you do that you might not be left with any teeth and the pin would be intact as well!

Below are some myths movies made us believe were true:

Identifying people through security cameras is so easy.

In case you have ever seen security footage yourself, you know there’s no way it’s that easy to do so. They don’t use 48-megapixel cameras in CCTV after all.

Using ventilation shafts to go incognito.

Heroes do this to avoid the rush in enemy territory and vice versa for the villains, well, big news, they can’t. Plus not to forget, all the dust they’ll encounter.

Bomb explosions are the best.

If you were a fan of non-CGI movies of old times you might have seen actual bombs exploding and that’s exactly how they look.

Phiranas can eat out a human as a joke.

Hell, there are even entire movies where humans brigade up against killer piranhas.

These myths are ruining my life-saving knowledge.

And all this time, I thought I would end up dead if I get in quicksand.

Sudden boost for the last minute revivals is one of the biggest myths.

I always had this question, that if you give an adrenaline shot in the heart, won’t the heart leak or something. Guess, I was right about something at least.

People flying out the planes would never happen.

And there was well, Batman and Iron Fist, hmmm.

Not like I was gonna try this.

But, thanks for the warning of the painful death.

Our deaths are not gonna happen all of a sudden.

Science appreciation needed.

And there I thought people fooled in the movies.

Reality is even better.

Too late for me to learn this.

I wrecked my real car doing this, and cars in countless video games as well.

That’s um… a relief?

Nevermind, if you’re a hero a single shot can’t kill you anyways, if you’re a villain though, it’s bad news.

posted Aug 13 by Deepika Jain

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1. Vivaah: 

The entire thought of somebody cherishing you notwithstanding when you are best case scenario is so gladdening. Nothing very contrasts and having somebody who sticks by you and adoration you regardless. That is precisely what Prem does in Vivaah when he weds Poonam who is scarred by a mischance, saying 'Mera pyaar is pariksha ka mohtaaj nahi'. 

2. Hum Tum: 

When you've lost all trust in affection, this motion picture will be that beam of light. Following a nine-year-long pursue, these two closest companions at last acknowledge why nothing else worked out. The entire universe was actually scheming to get them back together. 

3. Pyar Toh Hona Hi Tha: 

Falling in affection with a man from another nation while on an outing to revive lost adoration is something that doesn't happen in our fantasies. On the other hand so you think. Wouldn't you need to be Kajol in this motion picture? 

4. Jab pyaar Kisise Hota Hai: 

Love requires some penances yet when your life accomplice will acknowledge all your imperfections, it resembles you've won a fight. Is it true that it isn't moving the way Twinkle acknowledges Salman's illegitimate tyke? 

5. Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge: 

Which young lady wouldn't give her heart away to the enchanting Raj who ventures out a 100 miles to be with the adoration for his life? Raj's endeavors and his determination to be with Simran are what make this motion picture very sentimental! What's more, there's the epic train run that finishes in Simran and Raj being as one, until the end of time. 

6. Kuch  Kuch Hota Hai:

 Kismet is genuine. Furthermore, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai just helps us to remember God's ways. The best scene is when Aman drags Anjali towards the Mandap (tent) and takes her straight to Rahul. It is really the ideal consummation! 

7. Jab We Met: 

When two absolutely inverse individuals coincidently meet on a train venture, aside from being an engrossing watch it is likewise the sort of thing that happens in tall tales. However, nothing happens without a reason. Discuss love having its own particular manner. 

8. Dil Toh Pagal Hai:

 I wish I could encounter their energy for move and the enchantment of affection that are all a player in this account of Rahul and Pooja who at last admit their affections for each other before a vast gathering of people with the closure scene that is certain to convey you to tears. All things considered, dil toh paagal hai, isn't that so? 

9. 2 States: 

College sentiments are fun however they can be very hard to convey forward. In any case, this romantic tale that begins on the school grounds at long last closures in a between social wedding. Don't you wish all adoration relational unions had such a magnificent end? 

10. Maine Pyaar Kiya:

 The greatest triumph for a young lady is the point at which the adoration for her life yields his legacy for her and consents to live like a homeless person. Love makes individuals do insane things, and this is absolutely one of them. 

11. Veer Zaara: 

This cross outskirt romantic tale make your day with a peak that has both the heroes putting in 20 years in a state of banishment. Really the sort of thing that happens in dreams. 

12. Lamhe: 

This story of adoration resisted age hindrances and genuinely made us have faith in genuine affection and how it can function its enchantment on anybody.

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Today, the actor shared his first look from the movie where he is seen standing on the streets of St. Petersburg, with a fierce gaze (that can scare the wits out of you) and a scar on his face. Directed by Shoojit Sircar, the biopic is expected to release in 2020.

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1. Uri: The Surgical Strikes

The amount of love this movie has received speaks volumes about the brilliant acting of Vicky Kaushal and that of every other actor who was a part of it. After all, there is a reason why 'How's The Josh?' became such a huge thing and almost everyone was using the dialogue.

Directed by Aditya Dhar, the film was based on the Indian Army's surgical strike across the Line of Control (LoC), as a retaliation to the 2016 Uri attack. 

2. Manmarziyaan

Kaushal played the role of a guy named Vicky, a handsome part-time DJ who loses his girlfriend to another guy because of his commitment issues. This movie explained the dynamics of a relationship and love like nothing else. 

3. Sanju

Vicky Kaushal's character Kamlesh, aka Kamli, wasn't just a supporting character. He was one of the strongest characters in the film and in Sanjay Dutt's life. He stayed with Sanjay Dutt through thick and thin and continued to support him even when the world turned against him. Vicky's flawless performance made all of us feel that both Kamli and Vicky are the kind of friends that every person deserves in their lives.

4. Raazi

'Raazi' was owned by Alia Bhatt, but Vicky Kaushal too caught our attention with his portrayal of Iqbal Syed, a commander in the Pakistan army. His struggle of choosing between his feelings for his wife (who was an Indian spy) and his duties towards his country touched all our hearts.  

5. Masaan

Vicky made his Bollywood debut with 'Masaan' in 2015 and his performance left even the stalwarts awestruck. Vicky played a boy from the Dom community, whose family works at the cremation ghats. His transition from a young passionate guy in love to someone in immense grief over losing someone was flawless.

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1. Pirates of the Caribbean

The sea you see in the whole movie is not even a sea. The movie was shot in the studio and then edited.

2. Westworld

You might have already guessed that it was not a real tiger. But did you know that a human being played the role of the tiger?

3. Baby Driver

Actually, there was a driver on the roof of the car who was driving it.

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To make the character look little, the props on the sets were made giant.

5. Captain America

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6. Mission Impossible – Fallout

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Tom Cruise likes to perform the stunts of the movie on his own.

7. Spider-Man: Homecoming

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This is how Tom Holland jumps from buildings and still stands on his feet.

8. Doctor Strange

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Remember this scene when Benedict Cumberbatch’s hero had to travel through a portal in the hospital? This is how the scene was shot.

9. Superman

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Every time he has decided to take off in the middle of something, this is how it looks.

10. Lo Impossible

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Whenever water or tsunami is shown to be destroying houses in the movies, they set up some fake houses.

11. The Matrix

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Everyone remembers this iconic scene from The Matrix. The whole scene was shot with green screens all around.

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Your favourite Chris Evans who plays Steve Rogers in the movie had to do a stunt where he was trying to get hold of the helicopter. Doesn’t everything look so fake now?

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1. The Conjuring (2013)

Based on real paranormal investigators/demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren’s account of investigation of events surrounding the inspection of the Perron family house in Rhode Island. They believed that the house of Perron family was haunted by an evil witch named Bathsheba Sheran. Bathsheba was a practicing Satanist according to the Warrens’ account in the Journal, she murdered her young daughter as a sacrifice, and committed suicide in that house.In reality the Warrens couldn’t get rid of the demonic entity from the Perron’s house.

2. The Exorcism Of Emily Rose (2005)

This is based on the life of Anneliese Michel who was possessed by demons so strong that her exorcism took nearly an year to accomplish. It is one of the most famous exorcism movies and it is all real!

3. The Amityville Horror (2005)

Story about a couple who move into a large house where a mass murder has been committed years ago. They began experiences paranormal activities, strange manifestations which drive them away. This is based on the supernatural events experienced by the Lutz Family when they moved in the house on 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York. Another fun fact, this house was also investigated by Ed and Lorraine Warren for being haunted.

4. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974)

This movie is loosely based on America's famous serial killer Ed Gein who had nine human skin masks in his possession at the time of his arrest. Spooky, isn't it?

5. The Haunting In Connecticut (2009)

The film’s story is about a family as they move into a house for the Cancer treatment of their son Matthew. The family soon begins experiencing supernatural behavior in their new house, they are haunted by the supernatural entity present in the house. The film takes its inspiration from Carmen Snedeker and her family, who also worked with paranormal investigators Lorraine and Ed Warren. The 1992 book, In a Dark Place: The Story of a True Haunting, is the basis for the movie.

6. The Entity (1982)

In 1974, paranormal investigators Kerry Gaynor and Barry Taff worked at a place where they saw moving objects. This movie is based on the same incident where the ghost abuses sexually.

7. The Exorcist (1973)

The film deals with the demonic possession of a 12-year-old girl as her mother tries to save her with the help of two priests.The Exorcist is based on the novel of the same name which is inspired from the supernatural events surrounding an anonymous boy, under the alias of Roland Doe, and a series of exorcisms performed on him. The priests experienced the boy speaking in tongues, the bed shaking and hovering, similarly as depicted in the movie. The exorcism of Roland Doe was one of three official Catholic Church-sanctioned at that time.

8. The Girl Next Door (2007)

This movie is loosely based on what is said to be the most terrible crime of Indiana state. Sylvia Likens  was tortured and eventually killed by Gertrude Baniszewski in 1965 and the movie is inspired by it.

9. Child's Play (1988)

The script was based on a nurse who allegedly put a voodoo curse on author Robert Eugene Otto which transformed one of his childhood dolls into a night-time menace. We all have seen scary movies with possessed dolls but knowing that the doll really existed is spooky!

10. Deranged (1974)

Ever loved someone so much that you kept their body even after their death? This 1974 movie is exactly about that. It is inspired by the life of America's most notorious serial killer, Ed Gein.

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