Movie Clichés -- they just keep coming!

24. Whenever the hero, arriving at his home, sees patrol cars in the street, it always means a friend or relative was shot dead. (They always have the courtesy of getting killed a few yards from the hero's house.) He then manages to slip past the cops who are holding back the dozens of onlookers.

25. More often than not, the hero and villain, while chasing each other, wind up in some warehouse. While trying to find each other amongst the crates and cardboard boxes, they will always engage in some kind of profound discussion, rather than shutting up and listening.

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Posted by cronopio at 01:02 AM, January 28, 2003