25 Side-Splitting Movie Tweets Shared by Cinephiles That Scream "Plot Twist"
The cinematic experience is surely one of a kind. Before it was invented, people probably never imagined that it would become such a huge part of our lives. Years later, cinema has not only evolved but has become something that even holds great influence over our culture.
We all have either watched a film recently or been planning to indulge in one. It does not just end there though.
After a movie is over, we discuss the scenes, watching experience, and the plot with our near and dear ones. From the frustration over a poorly executed climax or the death of our favorite protagonist to the thrill of an artistically shot scene or a particularly clever plot twist, our thoughts are consumed by the film for hours after it ends. Long story short, our lives revolve around movies and cinema.
Twitter is one platform where people share their viewpoints regularly. Whether it is some bizarre news or a funny incident, Twitterati never ceases to rant about almost everything. So why would cinema be an exception?
Over the years, cinema lovers have shared a lot of tweets about the how's and why's of their favorite movies, and also about the ones they dislike. This is why it does not come as a surprise that movie tweets are a separate genre of their own. So to celebrate the cinephiles among us, we have collected the 25 funniest thoughts about movies that have popped up on Twitter. Check them out here:
1. Ideal life
Dracula had it right, sleep all day, live alone in a castle & explode into a thousand bats to get out of social situations.— Doth (@DothTheDoth) December 19, 2017
2. So apt!
The tenth Fast and Furious movie should be called Fast 10: Your Seatbelts— Cadaea ✈️🇸🇬 (@sophiekeen) July 11, 2017
3. Like seriously, how?!
The most amazing thing about Finding Dory is how they managed to put a receding hairline on a fish pic.twitter.com/Yz0W4M57oN— Melanie Bracewell (@meladoodle) June 14, 2017
4. So funny
I wonder if Superman ever put glasses on Lois Lane's dog & she was like, "I've never seen this dog before. Is this a new dog?"— rob fee (@robfee) March 20, 2014
5. Poor thing
My favorite character in Beauty and the Beast is this dresser waiting to fuck up a villager with a baseball bat. pic.twitter.com/R6oEwFPbXA— Brock Baker (@BrockBaker) March 27, 2017
Américains movies : we gotta save the world— Toxic boy🥷🏾 (@yngdrip) January 22, 2021
The world : pic.twitter.com/eoHYpc6Yuj
The Matrix described 1999 as the peak of human civilization and I laughed because that would obviously not age well but then the next 23 years happened and now I’m like yeah okay maybe the machines had a point— Dave Wiskus (@dwiskus) July 7, 2022
8. Legit true
I used to hate watching horror movies when people made dumbass decisions, but after this pandemic, I’m just like…this is all 100% accurate.— Cora Harrington (@lingerie_addict) January 16, 2022
Me watching Disney’s Toy Story 5, Frozen 3, and Zootopia 2 in theaters pic.twitter.com/sKtiCg9Ri3— BLURAYANGEL 🦇 (@blurayangel) February 9, 2023
The mayor from Jaws is still the mayor in Jaws 2. It is so important to vote in your local elections.— Adam Goodell (@adamgoodell) October 21, 2017
11. A friendly reminder
12. Just saying
The Grinch’s heart is “two sizes too small” but then it “grew three sizes that day.” He now has a dangerously oversized heart and should see a physician.— Ken Jennings (@KenJennings) December 21, 2018
How Draco Malfoy gets ready to pronounce the “P” in “Potter” pic.twitter.com/p1zyR6HbZJ— Ofentse Donald Davhie (@donalddavhie) November 21, 2020
Once again thinking about how deeply fucked up the custody agreement in The Parent Trap is. They were just like “we each get one baby, then we’ll never see our other child for LIFE. But it’s ok bc they look the same”— Lucy Huber (@clhubes) July 9, 2022
15. This is terrifying
How to watch horror movies without being scared pic.twitter.com/R16jc1FU2T— Piyan (@p_yansuf) January 3, 2022
It's been 16 years and I still can't believe how the fuck they managed to sneak Scooby Doo on a plane in this disguise pic.twitter.com/CuLpiRA9N6— Alex Hall (@alex_hall2399) March 20, 2018
17. Flip the narrative
Between Coco, Encanto, Everything, Everywhere All of the Time, and Turning Red, Millennial filmmakers are slowly creating an entire genre of fantasy films where parents apologize.— Derrick Lemos 🏳️🌈✊🏽 (@DerrickLemos) March 30, 2022
18. Life goal: be a mermaid
What was the little mermaid so excited to be a human for??????? Taxes??????— dj fuck (@eggshellfriend) July 11, 2021
19. Being identical and all
my sister finally saw the joker and thought it starred the dad from modern family the entire time i- pic.twitter.com/IaDk2wRPaI— 𖤐͙⁺˚･༓ (@padmestrap) March 1, 2020
21. Second that
There was something bothering me on Cinderella's 3d model. It's not that I don't like it but she somehow looked different and I didn't know why, I just realized it's because SHE NEVER HAD EARS IN THIS COSTUME pic.twitter.com/EnEU013yPb— Ali ❄️🌺 (@kaprikume) June 5, 2018
22. Get it right
therapist: so...you fight penguins and clowns?— the hype (@TheHyyyype) April 23, 2020
batman: jesus christ, for the tenth time, it's THE penguin and one SPECIFIC clown
23. Not complaining though
[watching "Home Alone" with my kids]— James Breakwell, Exploding Unicorn (@XplodingUnicorn) December 8, 2019
5: That kid is home alone!
Me: I did not see that coming.
25. Like, seriously
My house looks like I'm losing a game of Jumanji.— JennyPentland, GED (@JennyPentland) October 9, 2014