12 valuable details that make legendary movies on screen
A movie usually starts with a script and a director but sometimes the script is changed during the production process. Even with each line of film, the producers will add attractive elements to the genre. Maybe it's unexpected expression, a new ending, a story or a character inspired by events or real people.
No.1. "Chestburster Scene" in “Alien”
"Chestburster Scene" in Alien is one of the most iconic horror scenes in film history. The reaction of the actors was real, not acting. Because none of them were told in advance what will happen.
You probably know the legendary cartoons such as “Finding Nemo”, “Monsters Inc.”, “Wall-E”, “Toy Story” and “A Bug” right? There is one common point among these popular animated films that all of the filmmaking ideas came from Pixar executives, John Lasseter, Pete Docter and Joe Ranft. The ideas came out suddenly in a lunch in 1994.
No.3. The role of terminator in “Terminator”
James Cameron had reviewed various casts for the legendary T-800 and OJ Simpson - who was suggested by the studio as one of them. However, Cameron found that Simpson was too gentle to portray a killer.
No.4. The sounds in “Jurassic Park”
The creators of Jurassic Park have been known to make dinosaur sounds by combining multiple sounds. For example, the sound of a T-Rex is a combination of the roars of a lion with crocodile and elephants. In particular, the sound of the scary velociraptors that touched the kitchen scene in Jurassic Park is the sound of the mating turtle sound.
No.5. The famous speech in "Glengarry Glen Ross”
Do you remember the famous speech of Alec Baldwin in “Glengarry Glen Ross”? Ballet Alec Baldwin was not part of the original play. David Mamet added it later and no one could have imagined the effect of this detail was so great.
No.6. Who is Jack in “Titanic”?
Jack's favorite character in the Titanic was based on a real man named Jack Thayer. He was a lucky passenger surviving the disaster and he also had a romance with an actress on the Titanic.
No.7. The ending of “Clerks”
Kevin Smith's first film, “Clerks”, was considered a "comedy icon" with a bad ending. This was also the second end to be chosen. Instead of just finishing his song, the convenience store employee Dante was shot dead by a bandit.
No.8. The way for people to hate Matt Damon in “Saving Private Ryan”
During the filming of Saving Private Ryan, all actors had to undergo a basic military training, with the exception of Matt Damon. This distinction was for other actors to really hate Matt.
No.9. The revenue of “Waterworld”
Although it was seen as a box office fiasco, Waterworld, which debuted in 1995, actually grossed more than $ 264 million instead of its estimated - $ 175 million.
No.10. Falling scene at the end of “Die Hard”
Do you remember the last moment in “Die Hard” that Hans Grubber was fallen from the top of Nakatomi Plaza? Although this scene was very dangerous but to get the real response, actor Alan Rickman had actually fallen a second in the process of filming.
No.11. Toilet image in “Psycho”
“Psycho” directed by Alfred Hitchcock is a film that made a lot of breakthroughs in the film industry. In addition to becoming one of the greatest psychological thrillers of all time, "Psycho" is also the first movie to show a toilet flush image.
No.12. Actor Sean Connery
Although actor Sean Connery plays James Bond superstar, he has missed out on many occasions when he denied roles in a number of hit films including “Lord of the Rings”, “Jurassic Park”, “The Matrix” and “Blade Runner”.
By: Mithrine Smith