Here Are Some Pause-Worthy Scenes From Your Favorite Movies

Published on 06/04/2020
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While watching a movie, does anyone genuinely think, “Is that what I think it is?” only to pause, rewind, and look for it again? There are plenty of pause worthy moments in Hollywood. It could be the result of action sequences that were too hard to believe and sometimes unusual to see several times, hidden messages, or visible production damages. Keep reading to know some of the most paused scenes in films that viewers had to take a more careful look

These Clips Have Been The Most Paused By Viewers To Watch Over Again

Basic Instinct (1992)

The 1992 Basic Instinct erotic thriller film managed to secure her a spot as the “sex symbol” of Hollywood due in large part of Sharon Stone’s portrayal of Catherine Tramell. One of her scenes became immensely popular with the general public and is still perceived to be one of the most paused scenes in the film industry. After she had been regarded as the lead suspect for the murder of her famous boyfriend, Sharon was interrogated by the police in the scene. She crossed her legs, thus exposing herself in the process, in an attempt to seduce the cop to be somehow caught off guard. Just about anywhere, several spectators grabbed their remotes to try and rewind and take a small glimpse, leaving something to the imagination.   

Basic Instinct (1992)

Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

In the classic 1982 coming of age movie Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Jennifer Jason Leigh portrays Stacy Hamilton. The movie is all about a young and inexperienced teenager who is ready and willing to face the world of dating. She listened to the advice given by Linda Barret, her free-spirited best friend, who is portrayed by Phoebe Cates. She ended up being pinned down in a love triangle as well.    

Fast Times at Ridgemont High (1982)

Psycho (1960)

The public viewers were introduced to the harrowing portrayal of the somewhat true story of Marion Crane in the 1960 psychological thriller film Psycho, produced and directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The story began with a woman who mysteriously vanished after stealing $40K from the company she was working for. When the woman found herself at Bates Motel, the viewers had then discovered that the owner of the hotel, Norman Bates, is also the murderer. This part of the film got us one of the most paused scenes in history. You’ve got it all way off the mark if you’re thinking about the shower scene. In one of the final moments of the film, Hitchcock showed off Norman ‘s actual viciousness and evil mental state. When police finally arrested the terrifying culprit, he then turned to the camera, and there was a superimposed skull revealed over his face. He concluded what he was doing at that moment. The shot lasted for a couple of seconds, so you’ll miss it if you blinked!

Psycho (1960)

Three Men and a Baby (1987)

What would have been even wackier than the storyline of Three Men and a Baby, and perhaps even the fact that Leonard Nimoy (also known as Star Trek’s Spock) was its director, must have been the iconic scene of the film that resulted to numerous of people to dive, in an attempt to hit pause and rewind, for their remote controls. Do not even mind the ludicrous plot wherein the three bachelors who unexpectedly found and eventually raised a baby at their doorstep. There’s no question that the strangest part of the film is the scene where Ted Danson and his character ‘s mother merrily smiles at the baby while another person looks back at him through a set of window curtains. Almost everyone there thought it was a ghost, but there is a theory that this was the cardboard cutout of Ted Danson that somebody accidentally left out.

Three Men and a Baby (1987)

Pulp Fiction (1994)

A Quentin Tarantino film should honestly be speaking, be on the list. It is not surprising that his 1994 crime movie Pulp fiction was famous for having many continuous slip-ups, as he is known for his unpredictable stories. Jules (portrayed by Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent (portrayed by John Travolta) avoided the bullets, a tenant hiding in their bathroom fired at them victoriously, during one of the most iconic moments of the film. Even so, before commending the hitmen for surviving the gunfire safely, several viewers at home took a closer look and noticed the wall behind the duo, finding that the bullet holes were already in the wall, even before the shooting incident. Seeing as unconfirmed reports about the scene came out and spread like wildfire, many people paused to check whether the allegations were true. 

Pulp Fiction (1994)

Wild Things (1998)

We think, of course, of the moment in which Denise Campbell and Neve Richards are out at the pool and exchanging passionate kisses. We have to accept the fact that Wild Things are doomed from the start, until it gives the audience something they undoubtedly recall, of course. This scene has acted as just the fuel for everyone’s fantasy. I mean, even though your screen, you could still feel the tension but nothing more nothing less.            

Wild Things (1998)

Titanic (1997)

Since 1997, Titanic, a film with a dramatic story of love and tragedy in the middle of the North Atlantic Ocean, has been released, leaving the audience swooned. The film comes a long way from being a blockbuster film to being some kind of social trend, touching the hearts of the people. The film has also won 11 Oscar awards that prove its high levels of performance. The love story between socialite Rose and poor sketch-artist Jack is hard not to get deeply involved. Rose, as a follower of his works, appreciates his photographs of nude Parisian women in particular. She asks him to draw her in what is the most paused scene of the film and then goes on from there to sleep with him in the back of a very foggy car. After it was recovered from the wreckage years later, the drawing played an essential role in the story.

Titanic (1997)

Boogie Nights (1997)

At last! A film was demonstrating that nudity in films is not the only thing that attracts the interest of the viewers. Mark Wahlberg portrays the teenager Eddie Addams in the 1977 Boogie Nights film, who became an adult movie star after a Porn director had discovered him. All due to his good looks. The movie was full of “OMG” moments, but the scene at the end of the story was the main factor. The on-screen counterpart of Eddie, Dirk Diggler, reached into his pants and revealed his maleness to the entire filming crew to see. Even when Wahlberg used to wear a prosthetic in this scene, the audience could only pause and enjoy the moment. And yet so many important questions remain on their subconscious mind. 

Boogie Nights (1997)

Before I Go to Sleep (2014)

Nicole Kidman made an appearance and played the character of Christine Lucas for the film in the 2014 psychological thriller Before I Go to Sleep. The character was an amnesiac, and every time she goes to sleep, she loses all her memories. Even though the film on its own did not receive that much positive feedback by the critics, one scene surely caught many people’s attention. It was clear that there were people who were so excited to see one in their most natural state in Hollywood that loving actresses show up. But most of all, you’ll start thinking about all the possible reasons why? After all, many individuals, who saw the film, again and again, stopped on the part of Nicole Kidman standing naked while observing a wall full of pictures.   

Before I Go to Sleep (2014)

Peter Pan (1953)

Back then, as a child, there had been way more important things than a Disney movie, and all the blatantly scandalous messages by the media giant were brought into our naive little heads. Yet thankfully, some Disney fans pay more attention to the dark scenes in some of our personal favorite Disney classic movies. And yet audience members can’t let anything like this happen, either—Peter Pan ‘s adaptation by J.M filmed in 1953. Barrie, Peter and his companions, The Lost Boys, his beloved shadow, and, of course, Tinker Bell were living in Neverland. Peter does a little trick in the scene to prove that the evidence that he sewed at his feet and has now been trapped for the rest of his life, giving the audience an improper yet quick illustration of his inferior personality.                           

Peter Pan (1953)

Star Wars: A New Hope (1977)

The first episode, Episode IV: A New Hope, featured one of the most widely discussed scenes throughout the world’s most renowned Star Wars franchises. This occurred when Luke Skywalker saves Han Solo while Princess Leia was rescued from the Death Star by the rest of her team. All through when they’re hiding, the Stormtroopers searched and boarded their ship. You see, one of these people knock his head on the frame of the door from the ground when you watch closely. The shot had now become an iconic deleted scene not only when people look at this sequence again and again, but also when the DVD was set to release George Lucas applied a sound effect to the bang to make it even more fun.  

Star Wars: A New Hope (1977)

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

Every one of us fully understands that Jessica Rabbit was among the most racial injustice and sexualized animated characters on the big screen ever. Moreover, her public image is mainly attributable to several viewers of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, who claimed she had no underwear throughout the film. They had one of the most paused scenes of the film, in which Jessica Rabbit dances seductively to “Why Don’t You Do Right?” Only to make an allegation. The red-headed phenomenon showed her hourglass figure, as men look and tried to calm down, through kicks and twirls on the floor.                               

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988)

Total Recall (1990)

Arnold Schwarzenegger was the star of the 1990 action thriller, Total Recall. Douglas Quaid, a construction worker, began to wonder why Mars started to show up in his dreams. It was not long until he realized that people had inserted fabricated memory into him and wanted to kill him as well. The movie is full of wild and crazy moments, but there’s one particular moment that seals the deal — and it sent audiences to pause and repeat. A woman with three breasts can be seen on the screen during one of the most paused moments of the film. We can’t say that we blame those tv viewers who paused on the frame for wondering, “Did I just see what I think I saw? ” I mean, it’s not every day you see a woman with three boobs.

Total Recall (1990)

Teen Wolf (1985)

This was a movie that perfectly blended the features of a romantic, fantasy, coming-of-age film years before the T.V. series Teen Wolf was made. In 1985, it was at theaters, and Michael J. Fox starred as the eccentric teenager who learns that he’s a werewolf. Odd as it would seem, only minutes before the show ends is the most paused scene of the movie. Fox ‘s character, Scott Howard, won the basketball match as the camera turned into an energetic roar of the crowd from the bleachers. Except for a guy who appeared with his pants and underpants down, there should be nothing strange about any of this. Yes, one of the extras has made an effort to do that.   

Teen Wolf (1985)

Spider-Man (2002)

In 2002, we received the first-ever Spider-Man film. People still believed that it was the best one even after 18 years and 8 Spider-Man years later. We had Tobey Maguire portrayed the character, looking at the horizon way before Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland took on the role, swinging around New York and, obviously, how could we overlook the fact that the iconic Mary-JaneWatson kiss Spidey upside down. It’s not difficult to see why the shot is often paused because the kiss is remarkable. However, the photo right in front of it is not shown here, in which Dunst’s see-through top is a little generous to the innocent eye, and which audiences can’t help but often playback.     

Spider-Man (2002)

Aladdin (1992)

Disney animators ‘ Hidden Easter eggs remained mostly as inside jokes between them before the VHS and home video era. Only one way of spreading the information to the public was by word of mouth when fans got a hold from the said inside jokes. And though due to today’s streaming platforms, animators are forced to step ahead of their competitors for them all to hide the easter eggs better. Aladdin asks Genie to turn him into a prince in one of the 1992 Aladdin scenes, and this is where the animators planted a not-so-hidden Easter egg. When flipping the book for recipes regarding having a princely demeanor, he takes out a crab, from the movie The Little Mermaid, which is none other than Sebastian.

Aladdin (1992)

The Cabin in the Woods (2011)

What a group of five friends planned was not to have a holiday in the cabins, which would have been interrupted by several backwoods zombies. And they have no choice left when a shady scientist organization manages an underground network who manipulated them. Nearly every fan of horror films paused in one scene for a good look. The two scientists are trying to think about what would occur next to the circle of friends. The whiteboard has different names of clowns, zombies, witches, and mutants written behind them.

The Cabin in the Woods (2011)

She’s the Man (2006)

This comedy from 2006 comes from William Shakespeare, which most of us do not even realize. The plot of the film is the same as the twelfth night of the English Bard, which concentrates on the twins, Viola and Sebastian, who get separated after a sunken ship. To travel perfectly safe by herself, Viola must then dress like Sebastian. Amanda Bynes ‘ character Viola does something strikingly similar in She’s the Man but for different reasons this time. She had intended to join the men’s soccer team. Sebastian had to pull down his pants to demonstrate that he’s a dude when things went out of his plan. After this, Viola lifts her shirt to convince people she’s a woman. Several more individuals have paused for the scene, and most of us who have missed the scene have probably already seen the film. 

She’s the Man (2006)

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

Jordan Belfort, a stockbroker in the city of New York, has dramatized his life in The Wolf of Wall Street. In the 1990s, he conned his way into making a fortune off of penny stocks. It has a plot that crashes helicopters, prostitutes, and drugs. This might help make onlookers genuinely think Martin Scorsese needed creative freedom to describe the series of stories. The film of Scorcese appears to follow Belfort’s autobiography based on the very same theme. If Leonardo DiCaprio ‘s hot scenes of Margot Robbie have taken place, we are not so sure in this case. Yet one particular thing we know is that more and more viewers love it and face the fact that once in a while, they replay that part of the movie.    

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

American Pie (1999)

In the late 90s and early 2000s, a specific style of high school comedy happened. American Pie had been at the forefront of everything. The movies have mostly been crazy, free, and thrilling! It includes Sean William Scott, Tara Reid, Alyson Hannigan, Jason Biggs, and others. For the viewers at home, there was a rather memorable moment. It was when Nadia, an international student, showed up to a live audience with a webcam and undressed, and only because she felt she was the only one there. It’s a scene that was paused and continued to play a lot again. 

American Pie (1999)

American Beauty (1999)

Another critically acclaimed movie that came out that year was American Beauty. For those who saw the movie already, the scene in question was not hard to remember. It starts with Lester, the protagonist in the film who sits in a busy Basketball Fitness Center, and watches several cheerleaders in a group do their routine. He was instantly captivated by the lead cheerleader, who was also the star of American Pie, Mena Suvari. Her spotlight is shining as she becomes more focused on her dance, and when everything else turns to darkness. We are confident that no one would ever forget any time soon at that moment of film-defining.   

American Beauty (1999)

Cruel Intentions (1999)

The movie was like American Pie’s dark and brooding cousin. It features young, vibrant, and beautiful stars as well. And yet the biggest drawback is that many are evil as well as full of really malevolent intent. Sarah Michelle Gellar is the head of the snake, taking on the role of the sinister Kathryn – and it’s reasonable to conclude she conquered every scene she had been in. The scene that has stayed for a while to the minds of most audiences is when she showed the less confident Cecile how to kiss correctly. We are likely to be provided with one of the most exciting and not repetitive lessons of all time.  

Cruel Intentions (1999)

Grease (1978)

Many scenes make Grease a classic. For younger audiences, the high school drama involved is highly entertaining, and there are countless catchy songs to it too—however, the scene turns just about anything upside down at the very end. A new girl Sandra Dee is described throughout the film as the goody-two-shoes, and the film also devotes a whole song just to prove her innocence! Yet she turns up for the final scene with a full-on makeover, wearing tight pants in black leather, and top combination. It was a shock to the most movie viewing audience.

Grease (1978)

Dirty Dancing (1987)

In Dirty Dancing, there is a scene that is so internationally known that it has been recreated many times. It appears to have happened in the climax of the movie, where “Time of My Life” is going through all of the speakers, and Jennifer Grey is going up in Patrick Swayze’s outstretched arms. It was the case there as well, and it was a somewhat redeeming moment that can make an excellent movie. It is almost as if the scene was made in a plethora of things so that viewers would pause for it. Indeed, millions of fans have attempted to recreate this pose of the two, and pausing the scene at this moment to observe the stars, at a specific time, is an excellent way for the public to be able to master the pose. 

Dirty Dancing (1987)

Signs (2002)

Before the Signs even came out in 2002, the Man who gave us this film was already quite a big deal. By the time Signs came out in 2002, M.Night Shyamalan was already a huge game-changer.   A few years later, the audience was cut off from the success of his film The Sixth Sense, and they watched to see what else the filmmaker may have had on their sleeves. Signs were a fairly persuasive film about aliens coming from outside, but even more than that, there was a particular scene. The aliens in the movie took a bit of time to show up, and yet when they did, they tore down the neighborhood. A newscaster revealed all around the footage of a long, human-like green alien on a camcorder at a birthday party. Even if the universe was purely fictional, the audience felt the fear in the eyes of the protagonist.  

Signs (2002)

Sleeping With Other People (2015)

There is an excellent possibility that when you see Alison Brie on the screen, you see something wild. She showed the viewers a daring scene in Sleeping With Other People that they probably did not expect. Nonetheless, we are confident that none of them made a complaint. In the movie, Brie takes on the role of a girl who gets to meet Jake, an old college friend she once had been very close to. Their eventual bond was unavoidable, and Jake was sure the dancing scene did not make it easier for him.          

Sleeping With Other People (2015)

The Seven Year Itch (1955)

If you think of Hollywood titans, which have helped pave the way for the future of the industry, you must talk about Marilyn Monroe. Back when sexuality was beginning to change quickly, she was a symbol. The effect on the world is illustrated in one scene from this film. A powerful blast of air blows up her white dress as she strides across the metro while she smiles innocently and covers herself. She continues to combine modesty and exposure, and she does it naturally that it is no wonder that her long-standing reputation has stood firm. 

The Seven Year Itch (1955)

The Graduate (1967)

The story of Benjamin Braddock is the core of this Oscar-winning film, The Graduate, is a young man of interest who moves back in with his parents after college. He’s being seduced by a woman twice his age while having trouble finding meaning in his life! Their relationships, though, were short-lived as he soon fell for Elaine, her daughter. The groundbreaking plot of the film may have caused an uproar among some of its 1967 audiences, but it also brought us one of history’s most paused scenes. This is the scene where Mrs. Robinson brazenly locks Benjamin in a room and strips. The glance at her body and the hopeless look on his face made the scene priceless and legendary.    

The Graduate (1967)

The Wizard Of Oz (1939)

The Wizard of Oz is a timeless classic and is adored for any ideological reason. Its heartwarming message, unforgettable characters, creative setting, and catchy sing-along songs are just among those reasons. And while it offers other pause-worthy moments, there is this one that initially stood above others. It is the part of the movie where Dorothy joyfully skipped along the Yellow Brick Road with her friends. A dark figure, hanging from a tree before them, could be seen. There have been conspiracy theories that it was a member of the cast who has had to attempt suicide. When, in fact, it was just an enormous bird.          

The Wizard Of Oz (1939)

The Lion King (1994)

The Lion King is an excellent illustration of how stories after they hit the internet, would spread like a virus. Parents were shocked to find a PG-13 term in the animated classic. That would be the scene in which Simba, Pumba, and Timon sit on a rock and look at the stars. The reports also got way out of hand that even one of the animators of the movie had to come forward to speak directly about the scene. It wasn’t as gross as people thought because the acronym spells “SFX,” which is a reference to the graphics and special effects team of the movie.       

The Lion King (1994)

Fight Club (1999)

You must think about what might be the most paused Fight Club scene. That being said, it’s not one of those blink-and-you-miss-it pornographic borderline scenes. it is when Brad Pitt appears on the screen before his character even starts getting introduced. These scenes are so short that they can easily be missed. Look away for a second and it’s gone yet Pitt appears six separate times in the film before Tyler sees the narrator on the plane for the first time. You will see him in TV commercials as one of the waiters early on. You can see him also in the scene where the narrator makes photocopies and leaves the doctor’s office. 

Fight Club (1999)

Jurassic World (2015)

The Jurassic World is considered to be an exciting action-packed science fiction by most people. Few people think of the film’s humor. Yet this one scene is in particular where the audience laughed everywhere. We see people screaming and running for their lives in the scene where the pterodactyls fly around and create chaos in the park. That’s for all except the guy who saves the two margaritas he holds while he collects straws for both of them as well. Sometimes an actor is needed for humor to play a peripheral role, or sometimes an actor loves a show and wants to play a part. One such cameo is seen in the Jurassic world.     

Jurassic World (2015)

The Matrix (1999)

The viewers in most of the film waited to see if Neo was real “The One” Following the redeeming of Neo, Morpheus told him he was different. But we have started to question Neo ‘s strength after a particular comment from the all-knowing Oracle. We began to doubt the influence of Neo. It is in the film that the uncertainties are squashed. Neo holds his hand out and inexplicably avoids his way through the bullets. It was a seminal moment in The Matrix movie franchise. And it definitely has always been in our minds.

The Matrix (1999)

The Little Mermaid (1989)

It was several years since the Disney days, when 2-D animation was routinely watched by everyone. The Little Mermaid was Disney ‘s leading 80’s movie. Nevertheless, there are definitely many metaphors and insinuations in the film, which may have been a little not so kid-friendly scene at the time. One of the best examples was when Ariel gets human beings; audiences look too far for a kids ‘ film! Looking back, knowing exactly what sort of information is being shown in a Disney animated film is rather disturbing.

The Little Mermaid (1989)

The Little Mermaid (1989)

Tron (1982)

While there has been a sequel since then, due to its incontestable arcade look, the Tron of 1982 will have a warm place in the hearts of many people. The classic film is a definite fan-favorite among many ardent movie buffs and one of the reasons for this is the Easter Eggs scattered all throughout the movie. One of which is the gameplay of the classic video game Pac-Man can be seen in one scene of the film, David Warner, who plays the character, Ed Dillinger. Don’t you believe us? See the screenshot following the famous circular style at the yellow dots to the right. This is the most fabulous nostalgia of the 1980s. 

Screenshot 6

Screenshot 6

Man of Steel (2013)

Yet the Man of Steel in 2013 was another superhero film showing a unique film universe. Since so many people have conflicting ideas concerning the representation of Superman by Henry Cavill, a fascinating reference is made about another superhero that if you don’t look close enough, you will easily miss it. When Superman fights in space, he passes a satellite that has a Wayne Enterprises logo on it. So of course, this refers to Bruce Wayne aka Batman, whom we see a couple of moments later. Most people have thought of the growing frustration with Batman through this little foreboding. 

Man Of Steel (2013)

Man Of Steel (2013)

Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)

We can’t deny that the Indiana Jones film franchise’s first installment, Raiders of the Lost Ark, is jammed with unbelievable moments. Without any doubt Dr. Rene Belloq is one of the most despicable villains of the franchise. In the first movie Raul Freeman is playing as a ferocious villain. So, the most iconic moment to pay is when Belloq makes a speech while filming. However, while talking, a fly landed on his mouth. It then walked his way into his mouth! So, he eats it, of course. This is what we call commitment — and something worthy of a break, too. 

Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)

Raiders Of The Lost Ark (1981)

Burn After Reading (2008)

Many of the films by the Coen Brothers have rapid moments of aggression, one of which is Burn After Reading. We were subjected to a cast of characters in the movie Burn After Reading which is anything but ordinary. Some are so weird and uncomfortable that any time they enter the scene we can’t help but scoff. Specifically, one moment shows one of these characters as a little sensitive when the role of George Clooney finds the character of Brad Pitt hiding in a closet. He shoots him dead unquestionably. The whole thing takes place so quickly that we really have to pause the entire scene so that we can look at the stage. Although some people might find it worthy of the same kind of reaction the film gave. The prompt end of his character’s life was the reason for many pauses. We didn’t even know that he was dead at first!

Burn After Reading (2008)

Burn After Reading (2008)

Finding Dory (2016)

We all know Finding Nemo, the adorable movie, right? And 13 years on, the much-anticipated sequel to the film, Finding Dory, finally came out. We follow Dory ‘s adventures in navigating her escape joins in a forgetful fish’s trials and tribulations. But while Dory is trapped in an enclosure, if we look closely enough, we will see an unexpected villain. On the wall, behind which Dory is covered, we see a photo on the wall of one of the main villains on the first film — Darla, the girl with braces. This is just one of many incredible connotations from Pixar. 

Finding Dory (2016)

Finding Dory (2016)

Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004)

The movie Anchorman: The Ron Burgundy includes many innuendo and not so subtle jokes, which many probably will not immediately understand. There is a Mexican restaurant in the scene specifically called “Escupimos en su Alimento” when translated it is “We spit on your food.”  a funny detail for people who speak the language, or a good bonus for those who took the time to pause and type a phrase into Google Translate. It is fun – and worth a break. Way to go to the crowd! 

Anchorman The Legend Of Ron Burgundy (2004)

Anchorman The Legend Of Ron Burgundy (2004)

Back To The Future (1985)

The Back will see the smart sign change To The Future die-hard fans and any of you 80s film super snoops. At the Twin Pines mall, Doc Brown and Marty McFly will travel back in time in 1955. He accidentally runs over one of the two pins towards the end of the film when McFly is pursued. The future was changed, and the name of the mall was changed to reflect the action of McFly when he comes back close to the very end of the movie. So unless the pause button were not nearby, this scene would be missed. Very smart!

Back To The Future (1985)

Back To The Future (1985)

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

One of the probably best minor roles to play in a grand film was in Bohemian Rhapsody, which starred Adam Lambert as a trucker for people who did not know when Freddie Mercury doubts his sexuality. Because of some fantastic make – up, bushy hair and mustache Adam is almost entirely unacknowledged. Without a short pause, the cameo can be hard to notice. What is even more remarkable is that as Queen’s touring lead singer, Lambert has stepped into Mercury ‘s shoes ever since 2011.

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

In this Spider-Man: Homecoming movie, one of the most subtle pieces worth a break was during the high school scene when Michelle, played by the stunning Zendaya,  reads a book called Of Human Bondage, a part of literature you wouldn’t expect from a student in high school—written in 1915 by W. Somerset Maugham. The novel tells the story of an orphaned boy living with his aunt and uncle. Does it ring a bell? This gem was found by many Reddit users and shared this witty information. You should pause to see for yourself.

Spider Man Homecoming (2017)

Spider Man Homecoming (2017)

Zootopia (2016)

This film is one of the best since 2016, Zootopia is one hilarious film that would be enjoyed by all ages. A rabbit, played by Judy Hopps, who joins the police force and surprisingly makes it. But we are also treated to a scene that’s worth a pause in the center of all these shenanigans. One character looks at his iPod to show a collection of musicians labeled to match an animal theme. Most of the spectators stopped for this adorable additional information and went wild on the popular bands, ranging from Fleetwood Yak, Fur Fighters, Guns’n’Rodents, to Kanye West and Hyena Gomez, for these funny animals – based jokes. Most of them sound even better than the original names, so good work Disney!

Zootopia (2016)

Zootopia (2016)

Jaws (1975)

Jaws, who frightened people really off the water and still really terrified so many viewers at the beginning of Steven Spielberg ‘s classic 1975 shark film. The first scene shows Chrissie ‘s death from there, and everything from there declines rapidly. Publics were surprised and asked, “Did that just happen seriously in the opening scene?” It wasn’t so much a scene that needed to be moved over and seen in-depth, but rather to pause, remove the VHS, and get out of the room straight! 

Jaws (1975)

Jaws (1975)

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

Through Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Reddit Users noticed a fascinating buggy who encouraged them to pause and share their findings. Captain America draws up a list of things to get up to speed on now that he’s alive, during one of the initial scenes. Here is the truth … The list varies depending on the country in which the film is shown. Davinder, a Reddit user, created screenshots to show this minor difference worldwide. Lists from: America, United Kingdom, South Korea, Russia (clockwise from the top left).

Captain America The Winter Soldier (2014)

Captain America The Winter Soldier (2014)

Tarzan (1999)

The adorable animated film Tarzan hit theaters just before the beginning of the millennium, and Phil Collins ‘ soundtrack stole our hearts. The fact that the movie has a great crossover with another Disney movie is what’s most interesting. Can you remember exactly what it was? It was no mistake that the teapot and the cup were identifiable. The explanation is that they are to be Ms. Potts and his adorable son, Chip, from her Beauty and the Beast. You’ll probably wonder exactly how they made it into the jungle and are now being used by gorillas. we’re wondering the same thing! 

Tarzan (1999)

Tarzan (1999)

Suicide Squad (2016)

So we’ve got another mad scene viewers couldn’t avoid but just pause for it. Margot Robbie made her debut as Joker’s female criminal partner, Harley Quinn, in 2016’s Suicide Squad. It was a spectacular performance that was truly memorable. from the following scene, viewers just couldn’t get enough of… it shows Quinn lifting her top. Surprisingly, the scene was enough to press the pause button for the viewers. Otherwise, the film isn’t really commendable. 

Suicide Squad (2016)

Suicide Squad (2016)

Deadpool 2 (2018)

Our favorite candid anti-hero recruits in Deadpool 2, an eccentric squad of superhumans named the ‘ X Force, ‘to help him with his undertakings.  The Vanisher, who is your typical invisible man, is among the most talented members. The Vanisher, along with the others, leaps off an airplane with parachutes in a dramatic yet amusing scene, but unfortunately, most of them die before they get to the edge. He leads himself erroneously into a collection of power wires. As a result, he has been electrified. And in the process, it was revealed that Brad Pitt is The Vanisher! 

Deadpool 2 (2018)

Deadpool 2 (2018)

The Crying Game (1992)

In Northern Ireland, the massively successful thriller was doing very well. Singer Dil of Nightclub played by Jane Davidson is responsible for the infamous scene which astonished all of us. Fergus, the IRA hero, formed a bond with a British soldier’s ouster and went to see his mother, Dil, when he was murdered. Dil reveals in an important scene that she is transgender and that the public is reacting with a collective replay.

The Crying Game (1992)

The Crying Game (1992)

Passengers (2016)

The film Passengers provides all these sharp-eyed Stanley Kubrick fans with some important hints about The Shining. Director Morten Tyldum is a big Kubrick fan and through his concept, he wanted to show the world. For starters, The robot-bartender looks very similar to that of The Shining’s bartender, including the waistcoat and the bow-tie. And another thing is, the tapestry in the bar of the ship looks very much like the Overlook Hotel’s hall carpet. Very well spotted fans!

Passengers (2016)

Passengers (2016)

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