Movie clichés used in dozens of movies - Walking away from explosions without flinching

Preston, England
September 8, 2015 3:26pm CST
The hero blows up a car or a building, creating a fireball that makes the mushroom cloud of a hydrogen bomb look insignificant. The hero walks to camera with the fire and blast inches behind him. He doesn’t flinch or even blink, trying to look cool. The blast would actually throw the hero through the air. He would probably die of third degree burns just for being near such heat and the blast would hurl molten shrapnel after him as well. He would die.
2 people like this
2 responses
@Micmac (9463)
8 Sep 15
Defies imagination and gravity! And what about those clichés when the hero jumps off a tall building, lands on his feet without a scratch, concussion or bruise while he magically walks away uninjured? That is so laughable.
1 person likes this
@cahaya1983 (10038)
• Malaysia
9 Sep 15
Yeah that is a common cliche. Talk about the wonders of blue and green screen effects.