The directors are little coquinous. In their films, they hide lots of little references that escape the viewer's eye, too caught up in the riotous explosions that occur in the foreground. There are lots of little surprises in cult movies and hidden messages in movie posters ; but among the easter-eggs, some break free from the status of a simple wink to establish themselves as real good jokes. Yes, yes, I assure you. You still have to understand them.
1. In The Silence of the Lambs , the tirade of Hannibal Lecter is a doctor's joke
"I ate his liver with butter beans and an excellent Chianti lancePlay at Starling for the cum, the livers. And to make doctors laugh. According to Reddit , the psychiatric institution having the pleasure of welcoming Lecter would have fucked him up with monoamine oxidase inhibitors, a type of antidepressants very little prescribed because of their interaction with other rich foods. in tyramine. These foods include liver, beans and red wine.
Not only does he eat people, but he makes jokes to his doctors.
2. Stargate offers a tirade on hilarious hieroglyphs (if one is an Egyptologist)
In Stargate, archaeologist Daniel Jackson deciphers Egyptian vestiges which are used to go to another planet. He explains that the operation is easy "once the vowels have been identified. Except that ALL the HISTORY of hieroglyphs is that theyare actually only consonants. You have to guess the vowels. To be able to know the Egyptian vowels would be a kind of earthquake in linguistic history. So, either Jackson is a fucking genius, or it's just anything.
3. Sideways is full of jokes for oenologists
Sideways, depressed wine route, is punctuated by tirades by Paul Giamatti who tras merlot and cabernet franc and praises the praises of pinot black, three common grape varieties in France and the United States where they are better known insofar as California does not have AOCs which allow us, us French, to find our way without knowing all the grape varieties.
Except that Giamatti later explains that his most highly rated bottle, the one he cherishes the most, is a Château Cheval Blanc 61, which is ablend of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Which makes his character even more pathetic.
4. Deciphered, the classified ad for City of Fear sends a heavy load
In City of Fear, Odile Deray places an ad to try to find a projectionist able to 'ensure the screening of Red is Dead in Cannes. The announcement is worded as follows: "Rech. proj. for proj. priv. Self Dem. Brt. Poss. Adr. at the hotel. Mart, or “Projectionist research for private projection. Self-defense required, brutality possible. Contact the Martinez hotel.
5. In The Order of the Phoenix , Harry Potter reads a totally stupid articlee
In the first scene of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, the favorite cheering hero BCBG of 6-15 year olds dives his enlightened gaze on a newspaper while petting over the death of his friends. The front page reads: "Balls judged too big, or" The balls were too big, with a picture of two tennis balls. It is true that he has a big job, that dirty kid of Harry .
6. In Featured Presenter: The Legend of Ron Burgundy , a Mexican restaurant has a pretty clear name
In the middle of the film, Veronica Corningstone goes to a Mexican restaurant. Her name ? "Escupimos en su Alimento, ie" We spit in your food. It has the merit of being clear.
7. Thor is completely stupid
When he meets Agent Coulson, Thor calls him "son of Coul, a joke worthy of Cleopatra Mission.
8. In the first Tron , Pac-Man invites himself into a scene
He eats marbles in a plan of great complexity. Hey, we don’t judge it back then, it was modern guys.
9. In Mechanical orange Stanley Kubrick practices self-homage
10. In Apocalypto , Mel Gibson plays Where's Charlie
In the middle of a mass grave. A little lightness, huh.
Source: Cracked , Films in films.