Our main bread and butter at Cracked is pointing out the little things in movies that either brainwash our society as a whole, or are just simply so overused that they annoy the bloody hell out of us. We've covered in our columns some of the movie cliches that bother us the most, like the slow clap or just about anything that happens in a dystopian YA movie.
So this week we're dedicating a whole podcast to it. Live from the UCB Sunset theatre in Los Angeles, co-hosts Jack O'Brien and Michael Swaim are joined by Soren Bowie, Cody Johnston and Dan O'Brien to put to rest the worn-out movie cliches that just need to go away. We expect Hollywood to take note and change their upcoming slate of films accordingly.
Watch out fictional ladies: your number of boobs might be telegraphing your morality.
Yee-ha! Giddyup! Westerns used to feature singing cowboys and Soviet uranium!
Happy Halloween! The past is terrifying! In the most astonishing way!
It's not populists versus elites. It's much weirder (and more Dilbert-driven).
Go everywhere from Yale's secret tombs to an even more secret celebrities-only Walgreens.