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12 sự thật thú vị về các bộ phim kinh điển có thể bạn chưa từng biết đến

Cập nhật: 01 thg 4, 2019 lúc tháng 3 31, 2019

Interesting facts about famous classic movies that may be 'movie nerds' have never been known. Let's find out!
1. Married ... with Children (1987) and No Country for Old Men (2007)
The edition of the same newspaper appeared in two films filmed 20 years apart. Only those who are really knowledgeable realize this interesting coincidence, this is the newspaper used in a scene of the sitcom series Married ... with Children first broadcast in 1987 and it also appeared. in a scene of an Oscar-winning film No Country for Old Men was produced in 2007. The question is whether the newspaper is a very well-preserved props over 20 years or just Simply, the directors want to reuse the image, so they reprint the newspaper and use it?

2. The Godfather (1972)
The Godfather is a classic film produced in 1972 based on the novel of the same name by writer Mario Puzova, considered one of the best films of film history, it always ranks among leading position in the movie rankings or prestige.

The movie begins with the wedding scene of Connie Corleone, the only daughter of Vito Corleone, who knows that in that scene, the director actually invited real-life mafia, gangsters and their relatives to join. . He wanted the perfect image of thugs to actually appear on film, with the life of the characters being inspired by themselves. 

3. The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
The silence of the sheep (The Silence of the Lambs) is adapted from the novel of the same name by writer Thomas Harris. The most Oscar-winning horror film in history for the best film, best director, best script, best actor and best actress. Interestingly hidden in the poster of this classic film, it is on the body of the butterfly that appears a skull, but few realize that it is a composite of six naked women. 

4. Titanic (1997)
Many people believe that the character Jack Dawson in the film, directed by James Cameron, inspired by a true character, has traveled on the Titanic in 1912. However, the truth is that only after completing the script, James just read the news that there was actually a passenger who died on the ship called J. Dawson but J was Joseph, not Jack. However, fans of the film's romantic love story did an extremely risky job of digging J. Dawson's grave in Halifax, Nova Scotia and burying that image of the film and image of Leonardo DiCaprio. .

5. The Devil's Advocate (1997)
The Devil's Advocate film starring Charlize Theron, Al Pacino and Keanu Reeves. The film tells the story of a lawyer who sold himself to demons to advance in his career. The scenes of the boxing matches in the movie are real, the actors have actually watched the matches while acting in the stands. 

6. Police Academy (1984)
In the part of the film Police Academy, the character Sgt. Eugene Tackleberry played by Paul David Graf left many impressions in the audience. The name "Tackleberry" then became popular. In the United States, law enforcement agencies use the term to describe jubilant police officers who are interested in engaging in attacks and learning about military weapons. . 

7. Forrest Gump (1994)
Forrest Gump is a film from the US film about the life of Forrest Gump, a man with an IQ of 75, always experiencing misfortune in life, actor Tom Hanks play the role. Throughout the film, the film revolves around Forrest as a child, a teenager, and as an adult. But very few fans of the film realized that, at the beginning of each new phase of the film, the characters were wearing a blue checkered shirt. Forrest's son was also dressed in the same style of the final scene. 

8. The Shining (1980) and Toy Story (1995)
The carpet in front of Sid's room in Toy Story animation is exactly the same as the carpet design in the lobby of the hotel movie The Shining. It was the corridor along the hotel entrance, when Jack Nicholson was trying to kill his wife and son with an ax.

9. Scream (1996)
Famous Scream horror film inspired by the name of The Scream painting by artist Edvard Munch. Moreover, the mask that the killer wears in the movie is also a perfect copy of the scary face in the famous painting.

10. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)
Flying through the cuckoo nest (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest) is a famous film directed by Milo Forman in 1975 based on the novel of the same name by Ken Kesey. The film is the story of the struggle between the desire for freedom and the fear of patients at a mental health camp. Few people know that the scenes in the movie appear real mental patients and are their true actions every day. 

11. Terminator (1984)
In the movie Terminator, actress Linda Hamilton, who plays Sarah Connor in real life, has a twin sister named Leslie. In the scene where the T-1000 traces Sarah, acting is done by Linda's sister. There is also a scene using mirrors in which Linda and her sister work together.

12. Pulp Fiction (1994)
Pulp Fiction, also known in Vietnamese as "Crap," is a US crime drama released in 1994 set in Los Angeles, the classic film rated by critics as a in the best movies in cinema history. There is a scene in the film that many believe in a suitcase that the criminal Marsellus Wallace always carries and takes care of is the place where his soul is hidden. But this is the inner instrument that creates the mysterious light in the suitcase.