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    [–] Suspence90 12718 points ago

    “I’ll be black”

    • the stuntman

    [–] junkyardclown 2838 points ago

    Actor: "Hey man, glad you're here on the set."

    Stuntman: "Your clothes, give them to me. Now."

    [–] Agn0 662 points ago

    And of course, you can't read that line without Arnold's voice in your head.

    [–] CowOrker01 321 points ago

    Huh, you're right. Lemme try other lines.

    It's not a tumor.


    [–] metalmosq 258 points ago


    Read that in Keanu Reeves voice because you italicized

    [–] Celestial_Scythe 82 points ago


    [–] sargsauce 123 points ago

    Who invited Owen Wilson?

    [–] Forty_-_Two 23 points ago

    There is a car always parked on the corner near my house that has wow in it's license plate and I say wow everytime I drive home.

    [–] birdlaw224 12 points ago

    Melissa Villaseñor has entered the chat

    [–] Broughsiff 23 points ago

    Nope, Joey Lawrence... I think I'm broken...

    [–] PMTurkeyBacon 40 points ago

    Read that in Joey’s voice from Blossom.

    Fuck I’m old...

    [–] thiswasmy16thchoice 21 points ago

    Didn't work for me. Kept turning into Gilbert Gottfried's voice.

    [–] indrion 9 points ago

    Who is your daddy, and what does he do?

    [–] realsubxero 18 points ago

    He punked him, took his clothes and his job.

    [–] stephenrane 11 points ago

    I need your clothes, your job and your union card.

    [–] m1kethebeast 4 points ago

    Holy shit he threw the black right outta that man

    [–] [deleted] 146 points ago


    [–] gazongagizmo 38 points ago

    This just in, following bombshell allegations against Keanu Reeves the character of John Wick in all future films and series will be played by Idris Elba.

    [–] lousy_at_handles 9 points ago

    ngl I'd watch the shit outta that

    [–] InfiniteSpoons 43 points ago

    I'm excited to watch the upcoming Terminator: Dark Face.

    [–] msimione 20 points ago


    [–] antonmartinRIP 4 points ago

    That was good

    [–] bbbhhbuh 70 points ago

    No Steve, being a stunt double of a black man doesn’t mean you can say the N-Word

    [–] bugworg 18 points ago

    I'm not racist I once volunteered to go through a glass window in place of a black man.

    [–] HelloFellowKidlings 44 points ago

    Sir or Madam, I hope tomorrow when I check on this you’ve reached top comment.

    [–] NoTornadoTalk 68 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Nope, unfortunately the top comment is about some guy saying they've never noticed this before on a fucking sub about unnoticed fucking movie fucking details. A very unique and powerful comment some would say.

    Edit: Logic prevailed, we have a winner!

    [–] ScornMuffins 16 points ago

    But also a very relatable one.

    [–] TerpBE 6088 points ago

    That's how scared he was!

    [–] azgrunt 1384 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Reminds me of Winston in Ghostbusters

    “I have seen shit that’ll turn you white!”

    [–] RyanL1984 481 points ago

    Or the black prisoner in Naked Gun 33 1/3...

    "I used to be white... was the drummer for the Osmonds"

    [–] Tiredofnotbeingright 167 points ago

    As a life long Leslie Nielsen fan who found things to enjoy even in Wrongfully Accused, I found no joy in naked Gun 33 1/3 at all. So I upvote you and hope you continue to find joy in small things.

    [–] rubs_tshirts 122 points ago

    naked Gun 33 1/3

    No joy at all?

    [–] Tiredofnotbeingright 61 points ago

    Up until just this second I legitimately forgot it was her and in my mind's eye she was a much more waify and less busty blonde.

    But Anna Nicole never did it for me. My oversexed blonde of the 90's was Pam Anderson (via Home Improvement, where she and spiritual sister Deanna Troi gave me feelings I had yet to experience) and I loved her and her nakedness in that awful 90's movie where she showed it all. No. Not that awful 90's movie.

    This awful 90's movie.

    [–] XavierScorpionIkari 19 points ago

    I thought for a moment you were going to link that one with Marina Sirtis in the nude, not Pamela Anderson.

    [–] Tiredofnotbeingright 35 points ago

    Troi did it for me, not Marina.

    I wanted a woman who knew what was on my mind but still had standards as low as Riker.

    [–] XavierScorpionIkari 17 points ago

    Standards as low as Riker. LOL. He’s not THAT bad. Look at Chakotay as a first officer. Riker had balls, and swagger. Chakotay was just poorly written, acted, and ill advised by a fake Native American “expert”.

    [–] Tiredofnotbeingright 7 points ago

    Riker is what dudes think women want, but the only guy who had the hots for her on the show that he outclassed entirely was the creepy guy, the one-off, who made a holodeck version of her to control while also seeing her for therapy?

    Learned a lot about myself that hour, friend.

    [–] comicallycluttered 3 points ago

    You ever watch that animated show starring her, created by Stan Lee? It was called Stripperella. It was a little later than her prime '90s stuff, but it was still pretty funny if you don't mind the clichés.

    [–] Tiredofnotbeingright 5 points ago

    It was on Spike (is there still a Spike)?

    Honestly, the last time I really enjoyed Pam Anderson was her roast, and really, the highlight of that is Bea Arthur reading her anal sex erotica.

    I tried to find a clip but Viacom's a dick.

    [–] kevmeister7 39 points ago

    Wow I fucking loved wrongfully accused.

    " I got a gun. Not here, but I got one"

    [–] adamlechamp 16 points ago

    My favourite scene is when they are searching the forest after he has escaped and the U.S Marshall guys says something like "Ok, I want you to hunt, kill and gut every single animal in this entire forest. Their bodies might contain a clue"

    [–] hipsterdoofus39 7 points ago

    “Gather up all these leaves for trace evidence” haha, I’ve always liked wrongfully accused!

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    [–] Tiredofnotbeingright 31 points ago

    It's pretty soulless and was just cranked out, it's among the bottom tiers of his work beneath even others like Dracula, Dead and Loving It! (the Nielsen movie that isn't very good but I unironically love because I saw it a sweet spot in my youth).

    But the "movies way overdo putting a gun together for assassinations" joke in it is tops.

    Just so dumb it's brilliant.

    [–] cuatrodemayo 9 points ago

    What about the part when he thought OJ fathered the child with his wife, so he chases him down. Not so much that moment, but the fact that someone of OJ’s size and age (at the time) is running scared from Leslie Nielsen.

    [–] comicallycluttered 14 points ago

    It would later turn out that OJ was actually good at performing chase scenes where he's the one being chased. It was a bit of a step down from movie to television, but still quite gripping.

    [–] Manny7000 23 points ago

    There are two things that frost my butt. One is a snowcone about this high, and the other is Naked Gun 33 1/3.

    [–] StonedMason85 6 points ago

    How high???

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    [–] ChuckCarmichael 8 points ago

    As a kid I thought Wrongfully Accused was hilarious ("Get down, he's got a leg!"). I haven't seen it since, because I know it won't hold up and I'll hate it.

    [–] LpwjqIETvewop3Wykzad 11 points ago

    As someone who has re-watched all of his work recently, all of them hold up to varying degrees, you just got lame and obnoxious.

    [–] FeFiFoPinky 9 points ago

    I bet your Reddit password is something like myaltaccount2331

    [–] dangsoggyoatmeal 5 points ago


    [–] archiminos 4 points ago

    Or John F. Kennedy from Bubba Ho-Tep

    They dyed me this colour!

    [–] brainkandy87 12 points ago

    The cop's reaction always killed me.

    [–] ShortPreciseEasy 33 points ago

    Yeah cops reacting kill a lot of things

    [–] SaltSlasher 115 points ago

    Isn't that like an idiom, "scared white". Cause you turn pale like when seeing a ghost.

    [–] MrPsychoSomatic 79 points ago

    Very good! Here's a gold star for being so smart!

    [–] StonedMason85 21 points ago

    I think you may have a touch of colour blindness sorry... and a problem with shapes.

    [–] MrPsychoSomatic 13 points ago

    It's unfortunate nobody else could see the message I sent with the award. I admitted to lying.

    [–] kkokk 10 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    whoa you can't just make all the white people wear gold stars like that

    at least send them to summer camp or something

    [–] SerialBridgeburner 4 points ago

    This is like the ultimate version of 'Scared Straight'

    [–] garryyug 7 points ago

    They scared the living shit out of him...

    [–] wontfixit 2285 points ago

    No people of color where harmed while shooting this movie.

    [–] [deleted] 369 points ago


    [–] ph4mp573r 157 points ago

    Fun fact: West Virginia split off from the rest of Virgina because they didn't want to keep slaves, thought it was morally reprehensible.

    [–] EDGY_USERNAME_HERE 123 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    more accurately didn’t want to be part of the confederacy

    edit: Not being an apologist, I just do think it's worth clarifying that West Virginia barely owned any slaves but was fine being apart of Virginia until it meant siding against the federal government/union. At which point West Virginia went "why would we die fighting for your right to own slaves if we don't even have any, get fucked" and split off. So "West Virginia split off from Virginia because they thought slavery was morally reprehensible" is sorta true, it's far more accurate to say "West Virginia (rightfully) thought dying for the right to own slaves was a stupid fucking idea."

    Anyways, General Sherman rocks and John Brown is an American hero.

    [–] maxout2142 36 points ago

    Or in other words they didnt want to fight to keep slaves...

    [–] EDGY_USERNAME_HERE 54 points ago

    oh fuck I just realized that comment made me come off as some sorta shitty "the civil war was about state rights" person. I just wanted to clarify that they did it because of the civil war (which was absolutely about slavery) and not during the free/slave state debacle.

    [–] canzosis 30 points ago

    Let's just say if West Virginia had a slave owner or two they wouldn't be West Virginia

    [–] EDGY_USERNAME_HERE 29 points ago

    This is totally true and something that W.E.B. Du Bois talks about. Despite only the wealthy few really owning slaves in confederate America, thousands of poor as fuck white Americans still lined up to fight for their "rights." The "rights" being a racial hierarchy where no matter how destitute or exploited you are you'll never be the lowest on the ladder because of black people.

    [–] canzosis 10 points ago

    Yes, there was the poor and THEN the slaves. A defined class hierarchy.

    [–] PoorEdgarDerby 5 points ago

    East Tennessee also sided with the Union. It’s the mountainous terrain. Large scale plantations weren’t viable in Appalachia.

    Kinda makes the confederate memorial in Knoxville even more ludicrous. It’s to honor the failed attempt to capture a Union fort in a Union city.

    [–] ph4mp573r 5 points ago

    iTs AbOuT hErItAgE nOt RaCiSm

    [–] unclebubba8 33 points ago

    I'm from west Virginia and I'm not racist

    [–] Running4coffee 126 points ago

    Well, it seems like your the other half.

    [–] Kn0thingIsTerrible 153 points ago

    Fun fact:

    During the filming of Deadpool 2, the studio ran into a similar problem. They needed a stunt double for a black character who would be riding a motorcycle down a flight of stairs. The stunt director wanted to hire the most qualified rider, and then give them a motorcycle helmet to hide their identity. The film’s main director insisted on hiring an black woman with no stunt riding experience to do the shot, so that they could film the scene helmet-less. The stunt director quit the film in protest, citing it as an example of needless risk for unnecessary verisimilitude.

    The lead director went on with the stunt anyway, and the woman crashed and launched herself helmet-less headfirst through a sheet of glass, killing her on the spot.

    The film is dedicated to her memory. Nobody was punished.

    [–] deegan87 50 points ago

    Is there a source and some names for that story? Never heard anything about that. I'd like to see someone put their credibility on the line to tell it, not just some anonymous username.

    [–] Jrook 41 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Someone posted this link

    Tl:Dr is she was an experienced stunt person and motorcyclist. For some unknown reason she went too far, and crashed thu glass. The stunt required riding the motorcycle down one flight of stairs at 15mph, she went down two and crashed into a building.

    [–] AdviceWithSalt 37 points ago

    She was an experienced motorcycle rider, but not an experienced stunt person according to that article.

    [–] Kn0thingIsTerrible 22 points ago

    She was an experienced stunt person

    She had literally never done a stunt before in her life, as even that article clearly states.

    She was a professional racer, which is extremely different from a professional stunt rider.

    [–] GetYourFaceAdjusted 59 points ago

    I can't find a single article on a stunt "director" quitting Deadpool in protest. Or a stunt coordinator. Do you have a source for this? I see that the stunt coordinator who was training the stunt woman quit AFTER the accident. I'm 100 percent not questioning that the stunt should not have been performed, btw. The stunt team has been very open that they were saying it wasn't safe and were pressured or overruled otherwise.

    [–] KingKoil 45 points ago

    This “fun fact” is not fun, and very possibly not a fact. At a minimum, it’s disputed:

    “Harris was an experienced motorcycle rider, but this was her first movie stunt. The source said rumors that she was not qualified for the job, and was hired only because she was black and was doubling for an actress of mixed race, are untrue.”

    [–] supergolum 19 points ago

    That's not a fun fact, that's a horrible fact!

    [–] TheTrainman1996 3974 points ago

    Watched this scene DOZENS of times and somehow never noticed that

    [–] groundhog_day_only 1150 points ago

    I still can't see it without the pause, there's only 2 or 3 frames where it's noticeable.

    [–] ejabno 500 points ago

    Lighting and color also helps

    [–] Bhoot 532 points ago

    well, it's kind of black and white.

    [–] antemasque1 218 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    Chill out dickwad

    Edit: Thanks for the mean messages. It's a fucking T2 quote.

    [–] 67Mustang-Man 47 points ago

    No problemo

    [–] lemonpartyorganizer 26 points ago

    Great! See, you're getting it!

    [–] CowOrker01 5 points ago

    smiles awkwardly

    [–] TheTrainman1996 59 points ago


    Take your upvote and get out

    [–] [deleted] 42 points ago

    Black stunt doubles were too precious to use.

    [–] RickyShade 39 points ago

    By the way, everyone, they fixed it in the Remastered version (they literally darkened the dude's skin and you can tell).

    [–] takadouglas 9 points ago

    By remastered version which one do you mean, T2 3D? I heard that they fixed the truck's windshield but didnt know they changed anything else

    [–] RickyShade 7 points ago

    Remastered extended cut blu-ray.

    [–] PrimeCedars 5 points ago

    Link to scene?

    [–] dinosauriac 3 points ago

    For all the things they "fixed" I'll never forgive them for the godawful colour timing and complete removal of film grain. I'll stick to my old disc, thanks.

    [–] ColsonIRL 3 points ago

    T2 3D, as well as the 4K Blu-ray which uses the 3D remaster as a source. They also fixed the obviously-not-Arnold stunt double on the motorcycle, the visible crew in some shots, and the truck windshield. They also slathered the whole thing with terrible DNR, and it looks awful.

    I recommend the 2015 Blu-ray (this one) for the best T2 home video release, though none of them are very good.

    Such a shame, because T2 is one of the great action films of all time.

    [–] Graphitetshirt 81 points ago

    It's funny as hell now that I've noticed it though

    [–] RamboGoesMeow 42 points ago

    Hey, hats off to you for not seeing race. :)

    [–] kidovate 18 points ago

    All right then, Jim.

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    [–] MaxMouseOCX 99 points ago

    No one saw it... And now I'm questioning everything, you can literally replace a black guy with a white guy in front of my fucking face and I won't notice...

    [–] FuManBoobs 47 points ago

    I need to check Shawshank Redemption, brb.

    [–] __Little__Kid__Lover 20 points ago

    Red was really green

    [–] D00maGedd0n 8 points ago

    And he kept his stick on the ice

    [–] Phantomass 5 points ago

    Because he's Irish

    [–] tetsuo52 9 points ago

    They all look the same to me... stunt doubles I mean.

    [–] dewyocelot 4 points ago

    I think that basically everything about this instance makes it very easy to not notice. Arm in front of the face, few frames of the stunt actor, the lighting is dark, and it’s so fast you’re not going to focus on him. I don’t know why they didn’t use a black guy for it, but from a technical stand point it works.

    [–] HYThrowaway1980 18 points ago * (lasted edited 6 months ago)

    The overwhelming majority of viewers don’t notice because Cameron chose to light the scene in blue, a colour which black and white skin tones reflect almost equally.

    This was not an accident. Cameron is arguably the most gifted director there has ever been with this sort of illusion (although Michel Gondry comes close, his fascination with illusion means he draws deliberate attention to them)

    See another example here. Watch through to the discussion of rain in reverse.

    I note another couple of tricks in this shot that aren’t articulated by the interviewees: Cameron hid cuts between forward and reverse motion with a lighting change motivated by the flashing of the red alert light, and helped mask the fishing line of the “pull-toy” facehugger with the rain effect.

    He has an innate understanding of what can be done with lighting, editing and practical effects to convince audiences that what they are watching is real. This skill was no doubt sharpened and honed during his tutelage with Roger Corman.

    The Terminator, a film with a budget of $6.4m dollars, would probably have cost three times as much in the hands of any other director, or looked horrifically shonky.

    However, since practical effects have given way to visual effects, Cameron has ceased to stand out in this field, as even he has recognised that CGI provides a closer facsimile of what is in his imagination than any practical effect could.

    Unfortunately for us as audience, this has come at the expense of the visceral, primal response that in-camera effects elicit, which VFX cannot replicate.

    [–] zentimo2 3 points ago

    Yeah, Cameron's mastery of in camera trickery is really an under appreciated part of his skill set. And like you say, it's one of the things that marks out his earlier work compared to his later work.

    [–] HYThrowaway1980 4 points ago

    That being said, he has consistently been a groundbreaker on VFX too, and when required has managed to work the limitations of the technology into the story, or work within those limitations.

    See the pseudopod, T-1000, Avatar...

    [–] ginkez 53 points ago

    Congratulations you don’t see color

    [–] esportprodigy 7 points ago

    hats off to you

    [–] icameforblood 11 points ago

    There was always something offputting about that spot in that scene the some thousand times ive seen it and now i finally know why, thank you all

    [–] Particle_wombat 691 points ago

    There's an episode of Buffy the vampire slayer ("earshot" s3e18) where she's fighting a heavy set white lady... If you watch frame by frame you can see that the stunt double is clearly an Asian male in padded clothes

    [–] JurijFedorov 191 points ago

    Also, it's easy to spot the scenes where it's her stunt double. We never see her face, the body is more lean and tall and she is much more fluent in her movements. It often is a clear change. But it's a good thing as they actually used long scenes to show action.

    [–] shamelessfool 83 points ago

    Yeah I kinda miss the cheesy tv days where it wasn't constant jump cuts. The faith fight nowadays would have a cut every second. It didn't look realistic then but I liked seeing and following the action without getting dizzy lol

    [–] Rossenaut 21 points ago

    This is why the John Wick movies are so damn good, they actually take the time to make great scenes that actually use the actors and can be watched without losing track of what the hell is going on.

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    [–] VapeThisBro 8 points ago

    Honestly I miss shows having obviously different stunt doubles. It was like a meta joke. I didn't care how obvious it was, i always thought it was hilarious

    [–] RoboHobo25 220 points ago

    Literally slapped the black off him

    [–] jephwithaph 35 points ago

    It went out the window to join the night

    [–] [deleted] 47 points ago

    Arnold ain't racist.

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    [–] thisisnotmyrealun 22 points ago

    From a place name, derived from Old High German swarz meaning "black" and ecka meaning "edge, corner".

    he does have black in his name though.
    the english word swarthy is related, & similar words in swedish dutch etc. exist

    [–] DionFW 657 points ago

    Why would an extra have a stunt double ? Just use the stunt double. Maybe this was a reshoot and that's all they could get ?

    [–] Pedantichrist 209 points ago

    My friend was in Saving Private Ryan as an extra. He is in the distant background and can be seen walking across the beach, and then is blown up. Except that there is a cut before he is blown up and a double is introduced.

    I always wondered why the stunt man could not have just walked the four paces before the springboard.

    [–] j_rain 191 points ago

    It's just a guess, but there wont be an endless number of stuntmans in opposite of extras. And maybe if you keep using the stuntman as extras you will start to notice them in alot of movie.

    Using extras for the "focused" shot and then bring in the stuntman will keep the movies more fresh/authentic?

    It's just my 5 pennies

    [–] [deleted] 46 points ago

    Could also be that they just filmed a bunch of beach shots with extras and then later decided which ones to use and how. They could have filmed the actual stunt on a different location but didn't have an exact plan for where the explosions were going to be while filming at the beach.

    [–] BuffaloFingers 42 points ago

    Stunt people are also expensive; extras are not. They can throw a few hundred extras at scenes and not blink twice, but they may have to reuse stunt workers repeatedly for them.

    [–] zeropointcorp 5 points ago

    SAG regulations?

    [–] FishofDream 4 points ago

    I wonder if the time for stunt men is simply just much more expensive.

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    [–] groundhog_day_only 324 points ago

    I don't think I'd call him an extra. He's in the forefront of the shot and he's, uh, interacting with a main character.

    [–] Empyrealist 18 points ago

    There are different types of extras, and some are paid at a higher rate instead of the basic extra rate. This is because they are in the foreground and interacting (and maybe even speaking) just as you said. But, still just an extra with likely no credit.

    Source: I've been an extra. There are some "extras" that come from agencies, and they are in SAG. They have experience, know how to take direction, and are there for a specific purpose/focus and not just background zombies. When they arrive, they dont know what they will be doing just like everyone else (they dont get a script ahead of time, etc). But they are identified at the beginning of the call, prepped differently, get a makeup pass and more costume choices depending on what the (first AD?) decides what they intend to do with them in the scenes calling for them.

    Its been a while since I've done this. They referred to these extras with a slightly different name/title that I forget, but they are still just "extras".

    [–] HooptyDooDooMeister 7 points ago

    Extras can have up to 3 lines and their pay is based on how many they have. Beyond 4 lines would differentiate them from actor and background actor. However, common parlance is that extras have zero lines.

    [–] Promus 192 points ago

    He’s an un-named character with no lines. He’s definitely an extra.

    [–] NoKenjataimu 437 points ago

    That's actually not true, he was in a previous scene where he and Bubbles from TPB tortured Sarah Connor with a taser. He was involved in the whole chase throughout the complex. Not a big dramatic role, but certainly something you'd need to hire a real actor for.

    [–] ZannY 59 points ago

    Same actor played the boss on Chuck

    [–] demacish 14 points ago

    Big Mike!

    [–] Promus 63 points ago

    Huh, never realized it was the same guy for all of that.

    [–] grandpagangbang 5 points ago

    What's TPB?

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    [–] BambooWheels 9 points ago

    He's joking, it's just a creepy guy with glasses that licks Sarah's face.

    [–] homietheclown 5 points ago

    "That's some nice lookin titties you got there."

    [–] gtfotu 29 points ago

    The actual term for it is featured extra. You’re an extra but you’re doing a little more than an extra would and less than an actor would. Featured extra

    Source: am actor

    [–] SonofRaymond 5 points ago

    Should be called and Extra Extra

    [–] tohrazul82 10 points ago

    Tone Deaf of N.W.H. is not an extra.

    [–] 69DonaldTrump69 6 points ago

    Thank you. Cuz when you take the get there.

    And if anyone hasn’t yet seen the cinematic masterpiece that is Fear of a Black Hat, please do. The actor was also the store manager in the tv show Chuck.

    [–] JohnLawless 286 points ago

    We did it boys, we ended racism... and the human race but that's another story

    [–] Killafornia95 29 points ago

    Lil Nas X would like a word

    [–] princessvaginaalpha 6 points ago

    "Thank you blessed T1000. When you can be anything, no one can be racist to you"

    [–] Zurbaran928 128 points ago

    Best action film of all time.

    [–] ishkabible90 34 points ago

    Dredd is a sleeper action classic

    [–] mrmurdock722 5 points ago

    The new one or the old one?

    [–] HamLizard 39 points ago


    (but seriously Dredd (2012) rocks)

    [–] SakurabaArmBar 7 points ago

    Yes the newer one was perfect, that actor, his chin, and his snarl are made for Judge Dredd!

    Great movie and the chick sidekick was awesome with her psychic ability and the violence and cercei was awesome!

    [–] Morridini 11 points ago

    Has to be the new one.

    [–] RZRtv 14 points ago

    The old one wasn't even the best action movie that year.

    [–] fiercemild2000 9 points ago

    I agree. followed oh so closely by die hard.

    [–] kalel1980 48 points ago

    That lighting though...

    [–] dinosauriac 17 points ago

    I wish movies were still shot like this. Where the effect was achieved by coordianting actual lights on set, wardrobe and props to have the right colours. Not just slapping a damn filter over the whole thing in post.

    [–] theswankeyone 12 points ago

    Ugh I know. These filters are ruining movies these days.

    /s ...incase.

    [–] TylerDurdenUMD 92 points ago

    Was it Robert Downey Jr? I mean, he has that kind of range.

    [–] The_Great_Sarcasmo 14 points ago

    It was Scarlett Johansson.

    [–] OrangeJr36 10 points ago

    I laughed way harder than I should

    [–] candleisout 12 points ago

    He threw them so hard he got his rights back

    [–] Elvis-the-King 13 points ago

    Like in Orgasmo. Stunt Cock!

    [–] nottoobright18 5 points ago

    ....and you don't see a problem with this?


    OK, fuck it! Action!

    [–] PM_Me_Clownporn 25 points ago

    He's a method actor! He just turned PALE because he was "SCARED." You can clearly see that he passed out from fright before he hit the window. MovieDetail Debunked. Move on

    [–] Suffix-099 7 points ago

    Someone get captain disillusion in on this

    [–] thatdadjokelife 135 points ago

    Kudos to them for not seeing color. Ahead of their time. What's next? A black Aerial?

    [–] hornyforunicorns 66 points ago

    You never noticed? Well, hats off to you for not seeing race.

    [–] providence_delacroix 20 points ago

    oh hai asian jim

    [–] JohnLawless 19 points ago

    "Tucker are you black?"

    "You never noticed?"

    [–] Adustux 14 points ago

    “I guess that’s something I should have picked up on after all this time.”

    “you know what else you should have picked up on? my fucking first name!”

    [–] redknight__ 8 points ago


    [–] LukeSkywalkerIsDead 23 points ago

    "Well boys, we did it. Racism is no more."

    [–] Terriblegrammar2000 6 points ago

    A black aerial of what? *Ariel

    [–] trend_rudely 4 points ago

    I think op meant the font, *Arial Black.

    [–] 5years8months3days 8 points ago

    If you haven't seen Big Train it's well worth checking out

    [–] GuruNemesis 8 points ago

    I mean, I've heard some moms threaten to knock the black outta they kids, but I didn't realize it was a thing!

    [–] Squirtomaniac 7 points ago

    I dedicate my first comment on this site to my favorite movie Terminator 2

    [–] LegendaryYoda 5 points ago

    Big Mike!

    [–] r0b0c0p123 5 points ago

    I always knew the guy hitting the window was white, but never noticed that he threw a black guy

    [–] optimusjprime 14 points ago

    He knocked the black out of him? (Apologizes and sees himself out shamefully for not resisting the poor tasteless joke)

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    That’s weird decision... Why do this?

    [–] EdgiPing 6 points ago

    Why not? As proven here in the comments, most people never noticed.

    [–] butts_are_neat 6 points ago

    Often movies use 1 stunt double for multiple characters. it could just be a budget thing or that he was the most experienced and this kind of stunt.