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IN OMG! ON 29 Aug, 2016
No matter what movies based on real incidents definitely draw our attention. We start wondering how those people in that real situation must have managed, how did they survive and so many questions keep popping in our minds. And in the end finally, after watching the movie we are struck with an awe.
But, what if I say that the movies which have inspired you made you wonder all through the night weren't really true, they did hide something. Shocking right? I was also shocked when I came to know about these 10 movies which did hide a part from us.
Here you go !!!
At the end of the movie, Mrs. Travers was crying tears of joy about how Mary Poppins evolved.
Argo directed by Ben Affleck may have done wonders at 2013 Oscars, but the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was not impressed and also the spy agency pointed out many flaws in the plot of Argo.
In the movie, Ben Affleck claimed that everything was done to save the hostages by Americans but in reality, it was the Canadians.
No doubt that it was an extraordinary true story worth adapting to film, especially when it comes to down-on-their-luck athletes defying the odds. But real Michael Oher knew how to play football before he met his family. Instead, they should have just zoomed in on Sandy Bullocks gravity defying bangs for few minutes.
Again this was one of my favorites, I have watched every single part of it nearly 50 times and every time with the same awe but when I got to know the reality I was quite annoyed for being a birdbrain.
Remember the Murdoch, the crew member that Billy Zane bribes to get on the boat, who would do that in that situation?
They made the normal theft story into an extraordinary theft story. In the movie, three people who broke into the house were shown torturing the residents terribly. And in reality, burglars did come to the house but left as soon as they come to know that someone was in.
The movie surely had many loopholes but the biggest of all which each one of us realized while we were on our seats in the hall was that they could have cast a better replacement for Bale's character.
Frankly speaking, this particular scene scared me a lot. But again was all of these fake? Yes, it was. In the movie, Leo rides his horse off a cliff but he then gets it and sleeps inside ala Luke in Star Wars. The real Glass was worried about getting attacked but it never actually happened.
Yeah!! You caught it right, the most favorite part in the movie- the Chant was never used by the team, in fact, the real team was clueless when they saw the movie wondering when did they say "Feel the rhythm, feel the rhythm, get on up it's bobsled time".
The Coen brothers' modern classic certainly had a plot that was stranger than fiction, pregnant police chief Marge Gunderson stumbling upon a criminal stuffing his partner's body into a wood chipper while investigating five murders that stem from a ransom-raising kidnapping gone wrong. But all that, in reality, never happened it was just a fiction.
Although the movie remains one of the most gruesome horror movies ever. The actual theme which had to be shown was that the tourists would check into a hostel and then rich people and weird would gamble to see how long their victims survive being tortured. But wait what did the movie show? That Eli Roth saw a website having a story about people paying to shoot other people in Thailand or whatever.