Dictionary of Movie Clichés
Lulu.com, Nov 1, 2005 - 120 pages
We have all sat watching a film and groaned in jaded horror when the girl being chased by a murderer across level terrain suddenly trips and falls, or cringed with cinematic dÃ©jÃ vu as an eccentric hacker guesses the password to the worldâs most sophisticated computer in two attempts. The list of movie clichÃ©s is endless, but Cristiano has gathered together some favourite examples to hilarious effect.
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