13 Things Movies And TV Want You To Believe Are Way More Common Than They Are
In the past, movies and television were two separate platforms that people would use to escape their realities. However, in recent years there has been a significant merger between the two industries. Television shows are now regularly being turned into feature-length films and vice versa. This has led to some high-quality productions, but it has also created a lot of confusion among viewers about what is actually a movie and what a TV show wants you to see. Are movies and TV bad for you? It's a question that has been asked for years, with no clear answer. Some people say that watching too much TV or movies will rot your brain, while others maintain that it's simply a matter of moderation.
We watch movies and TV to be taken away to other worlds or to see stories that we can relate to. However, sometimes what we see on the big or small screen is not exactly accurate. In this article, Cracked will talk about some things that movies and TV want us to believe but are not always true. For example, did you know that in most cases, people do not actually fall in love at first sight? Stay tuned for more debunked truths that Hollywood would love for us to believe!