Film tropes that don't happen in real life
>gruesome crime scene
>officers immediately have to go outside and throw up
That does happen but usually only if the person on the scene is a newbie. The smell of rotten human flesh always makes you puke the first time you encounter it. It's like an evolutionary response.
>bad guy gets shot in the abdomen.
>Instantly drops dead.
>cocking of non-existent hammer on combat style handgun
>girls firing mid- and large caliber handguns one handed and hitting anything
Not an officer or anything, I don't even work in a field that deals with dead bodies
I've seen three dead bodies, one was fucking horribly maggoty and bloated and shit and the only thing that remotely made my stomach churn was the smell. I was fine though, not even traumatized
fuck I've gotten too edgy
I could swear I've seen some smarter updates to this where the sound effect is an actual crack, but offhand I can't think of an example. Seems like it was a 70s-80s-90s thing.
I can cite pic related for some good operatorism.
>Le main characters needs to be likeable so that audience can relate to them.
>Le if director knows that something will be shocking for the audience, the main character needs to reflect that shock, thus stay relatable.
I fucking hate that shit
>Bad smells have never caused people to throw up in the history of bad smells and throwing up
As a person who has actually fired guns with suppressors (NOT FUCKING SILENCERS) I have never ever ever seen a movie that accurately shows the sound they make
It just goes to show how uneducated and libtard the media is, or at least how it panders to the uneducated libtard viewers
This is true, I'm pretty much numb to every form of gore and shit. None of it phases me, only thing that might freak me out is if I encountered a real life "Thing"
The point is that this was an irregular occurence. I guarantee you would puke. The smell of rotting flesh, coupled with the adrenaline and vertigo after a shootout would definitely make you puke.
Are you retarded? My uncle was a cop and he said when he was a rookie they found a bloated body that was a person who ODed. Sat ina crack den over a week. He puked his brains out and had anxiety for weeks. It happens to all the rookies
Most shootout scenes, even in works with realistic tone, are bullshit.
Honestly it's a self fulfilling prophecy at this point. That sound effect has been in the moviegoing comsciousness for so long now that it would probably be jarring for the audience to not hear it if a suppressed gun is used.
>implying the hardest part of being EMS isn't hauling fatasses on stretchers up and down stairs for twelve hour shifts
>implying EMS people vomit from gruesome gore and not from the constant smell of old people as they visit retirement homes all day carting around dying folks
>ywn have fun shooting shotguns on your private range on your big american property
Here's my shitty attempt at the removing the shitty yellow tint. Fuck any director that uses that shit. It doesn't make your movie look good.
>this thread is actually full of retards who think it's acceptable for a seasoned hostage rescue operator to vomit whenever they smell rotting flesh
Hopefully you guys are never on any HRTs.
>That looks too familiar though. Like it was shot in your own backyard.
At least it looks like real life.
Here's set photo vs final film.
>demon/monster gets hold of a side-character
>brutally mauls him
>demon/monster gets hold of the main character
>punchs him and throws him away
I remember one time, when I was working at a reptile shop, the rat bins in the back got flooded. The owner bred his own feeders and it was a significant part of his business. Each mouse and rat family had its own bin on a rack that had about 5 rows and maybe ten bins per row. There was a water nozzle coming into each bin off a main water line. One time one of the nozzles got gunked up and didn't close all the way, which led to that bin being filled. What we didn't understand is how this led to all the bins in half the feeder room being flooded.
I cannot explain the smell and visual I experience that day. Rotted, bloated rat and mouse bodies floating in a soup of soggy bedding and decaying flesh. Me and my friend spent all day back there cleaning that mess up. I feel for these cops.
Can confirm, my dad was a detective. But even when he was just a cop, he would get calls where people would report a bad smell or something. He said a few times he found bodies that were moving from the maggot infestation inside of them.
Most "blatantly guilty criminal has to be released because technicalities" scenes are dumb and unrealistic, especially because they're usually done with criminals that aren't wealthy like Freddy Krueger. In real life, the balance of justice is strongly in favor of the police and the prosecution
What the fuck are you on about, almost nothing in real life happens like it happens in the movies.
Even the closest shit have HUGE amounts of dramatization.
EMT here, both OP and >>64668021 are right. When there's an emergency I'm too busy doing my job to be disgusted, however when we perform transfers from hospitals and shit, stuff where you don't do anything other than physically transport the person, if said person smells(they often do) then yeah, it's pretty disgusting.
>I have never ever ever seen a movie that accurately shows the sound they make
Guns are fucking loud.
I remember an interview about Bonnie and Clyde, where the the director was at the premier, and noticed something was wrong with the gunfire, so he rushed upstairs to the projection room. The guys said they thought the soundtrack was fucked because the gunshots were so loud and noisy, they turned down the mix. He explained to them that they were SUPPOSED to be obnoxiously loud.
I was an orderly in an orthopedics wing of a hospital for a while, and the worst part for me was the smells and sounds.
Like how no one ever talks about how the inside of people have a smell that you can never forget.
Or the sound of a bone saw during an amputation. My first week on the lob I had to hold a leg up for the doctors while they performed the amputation, and then got to carry it down to pathology.
I still have nightmares about that job.
Worked crime scenes doing pickup/delivery for 3-4 years. The cops are usually joking around about getting spaghetti or roast beef afterwards. Maybe the ones who it is their first one might if the smell was bad enough, but I had never seen it happened. Come time to move the body they will clear the fuck out though so no one asks them to help.
this guy is full of shit
In years of buying my own groceries, I haave never had
>a brown paper bag
>a French baguette sticking out
>dropped the bag at the moment I met the love of my life
>why did you take the job?
I was in school. It was a job through a temp agency, and i was lead to believe it was going to be janitorial work.
I remember the interview they asked me "Do you have a problem with blood and nudity" and i was like 20 so my answer was "I fucking LOVE blood and nudity."
But I didn't seriously consider it not being the fun kind of blood and nudity.
The only thing that still kind of bothers me about it was holding down a patient when they bringing them out of anesthesia. You would be amazed at the amount of fight even a little old lady has.
Do American baguettes not come in individual bags?
In the UK if you buy a baguette, they're either already in a cellophane bag or in a bakery they put it in one of these long brown bags.
Having food out in the open like that is just gross. Which leads me to another one:
>character drops an apple
>wipes it on their clothes
>Having food out in the open like that is just gross.
A lot of time they're more like paper sleeves. Also a bread with a hard crust is absolutely fine being left out in the air until you can get home and put it in the breadbox. You DO have a breadbox don't you?
>it's like a psychic attack.
It is. We're social animals, and the smell of a dead body provokes an instinctual response. If something is out there killing other people, then the survival instinct says GTFO.
Also UK, I've seen freshly baked bread out in the open on shelves at supermarkets in the bakery part. However, you're supposed to put that bread in a paper bag, not throw it right in your trolley, buy it and have it poking out your carrier bag.
My coworker is a volunteer fireman. He says that there are two types of guys, ones who throw up the first time they see a burned corpse and those who don't. Second time, nobody vomits.
It's the smell, not the view.
American, and this >>64672351
My the grocery stores I go to have bakeries that have baguettes and other breads either in paper bags like pic related or on trays in a warmer for you to pick out with tongs and put in a paper bag yourself.
One great moment from Generation Kill was the reaction the recon marines had when they saw female marines on a highway and got pissed off because they knew how far they were from the frontlines by then.
Yea thats what i thought about myself too until my first day at the ME office when we had a bloated corpse that had been rotting for about 3 months. I didn't know that smells could even be that vile and disgusting.
I knew a park ranger who had to recover floaters from a lake popular with personal watercrafters. He carried menthol, the stuff they smear under their noses in Silence of the Lambs.
Delta operators probably don't have such terrible trigger discipline IRL
I meant paper bags in real life.
Come to think of it, I think the whole recycle, reduce, reuse thing from the 90's is what killed paper bags. I still remember when fast food restaurants used Styrofoam for everything.
>understanding trigger discipline
They're in a situation where they are expecting to fire dipshit. That's when you're SUPPOSED to keep your finger on the trigger.
It's a different story when you're holding a gun without expecting to use it.
PAPER'S BACK IN HIGHER END SUPERMARKETS
BUT THE ECO HIPSTERS WILL BRING THEIR REUSABLE CLOTH FAGGOT BAGS
ALDI CHARGES YOU FOR BAGS
TRADER JOES GIVES YOU FREE PAPER, THEY EVEN DOUBLE EM
ALL THOSE RECYCLED TREES ARE CRYING
I live in Austin, TX where they have a ban on bags. You bring you own bag or pay a minor fee for some heavy duty plastic bags that are semi-reusable.
It's not that bad,
until you forget to put them back in your trunk.
I have smelled a corpse before, in an exposed graveyard. I was hired to move coffins after rain and a lot of run off had fucked up a hillside that coffins were buried in. These were 20 year old bodies, too.
The smell was so sickening, I had sniffing powder under my nose, and I still immediately, without even being able to control it, threw up on my shoes.
wrong. mom told me a story
>was driving by somewhere
>saw a ton of cops at a lake
>drove over to see whats going on
>talked to cops
>they had to find a little girls body who drowned in a lake
>the cop she spoke too came out of the bathroom looking like he was just throwing up
>nd I still immediately, without even being able to control it, threw up on my shoes.
>a 90lb special ops woman soldier
>movie needs to establish her as tough because it isn't readily apparent from her small skeleton stature
>she threatens a 6'2" 220lbs male of athletic build
>"YOU BETTER DO WHAT I SAY!! GOT IT!!!"
>the male is visibly shaken and says "okay okay you got it ma'am!!"
>girl walks away all badass and picks up her radio and speaks some random military jargon into it
doesn't that stuff seem really forced to anyone else
seems most prominent in capeshit
>YUROKUCK DOESN'T KNOW ABOUT HIPSTER ARTISAN BAKERIES
AND MOST DECENT SUPERMARKETS HAVE ON PREMISE BAKERIES, FRESH BREAD OUT THE ASS LITERALLY EVERYWHERE IN THE STATES
>Film tropes that don't happen in real life
all of them.
I lived in washington dc for 5 years, by far one of the most european like cities in usa and still couldnt find real bread
"artisan" bakeries dont know how to make real bread
and lets not get started on joke chains like pain quotidien
sorry amerifat, you never had real bread
Can someone shoop Ben Al'Fleck in that?
You do realize that when ya got a decomposing dead body there's still shit and vomit and all the smelly vomit inducing chunkiness inside each deliciously smelling bag of dunkey right?
>chainsaw never kicks back towards the operator when sawing through shit
mostly speaking about how rules of reality tend to bend around strong female characters. 220lbs meatlords seem to become lighter than air when these tiny girls brought up on water and crackers start throwing them around. it just really takes me out of the movie and i wish they'd at least try to be somewhat believable about female soldiers.
why are female soldiers never muscular in movies? why are they always caked up models? whenever a female soldier actor actually looks the part, she's supposed to look like some freakish monstrosity or something. it's dumb. it'd also be acceptable of the female agents and stuff actually used tactics that are viable for their body type (BJJ, surprise tactics, disguises, pocket sand, whatever) but seems like usually they just throw punches at dudes that are three times their weight
>visit three of the five bros
>all movie chainsaws have had the blade brake removed by an expert technician
NIG I GO TO YUROP EVERY YEAR AND GET BETTER BAKED SHIT DOWNTOWN
Paper bags in landfills/dumps/littered around the street are better than plastic.
Recycling paper is worse than plastic. In order to recycle paper, recycling plants have to chemically bleach all the ink, grease and other stains out of paper before shredding it to a pulp. The process creates toxic waste. Carbon emissions from the transport of recycling from peoples homes to the recycling plant are also bad. It is much more environmentally friendly to farm trees directly next to a paper mill and ship out the paper. Fun fact, paper recycling is subsidized by the government. It is not profitable by itself. Recycling paper has no upsides at all besides making liberal yuppies feel good about "saving trees".
Recycling metal is still profitable and transportation emissions aside is no more worse for the environment than mining (besides the actual extraction of the metals, at least). Plastic is currently at a turning point where it is slowly starting to become profitable to recycle.
This brain dead wannabe jarhead /k/tard threads always crack me the fuck up.
Are any of you people actually in the armed services or are you just pussies that shoot guns in your white trash uncle's backyard and whine about how actors hold guns wrong in action movies on anime message boards?
this scene is fucking retarded.
I have ONE dead rat in the fucking wall, and my apartment smelled like SHIT for a fucking week.
This place has dozen bodies and not even a single fucking fly anywhere to be scene.
film was shit
>character wields chainsaw sideways for that OG gansta look.
>bad guy gets shot in the abdomen.
>Instantly drops dead.
>guy gets hit in back with knife
>instantly drops dead
Thought this bullshit went out of style in the 60s...then Skyfall actually killed off
pic relatedthat way...
>ask /tv/ for operatorcore in a Sicario thread
>get recommended Strike Back
>people constantly dying instantly and quietly from thrown knives
"Get your fuckin' shine box, Luke!"
>monster can basically kill anyone by punching them
>monster grabs protagonist
>throws him out of reach
Every fucking time.
SPARKS ENCODE IS WATCHABLE AT 9MBIT, ITS USUAL SCENE BITRATE, BUT THE MOVIE COMPRESSES WELL, MINOR BANDING IN DARK SCENES
OTHERWISE GET THE TAYTO ENCODE AT 17MBIT, ITS GOT DD-EX AUDIO
THE REMUX HAS ATMOS
That often does happen, actually. Even veteran cops can be traumatized by crimes.
My friend's dad stumbled upon the murder-suicide of two girls who went to school with us and their father. It put him into a significant depression and brief physical illness despite decades in Miami police.
>not posting the superior gremlinfu
WHATS 'AMERICAN BREAD' TO YOU, WONDERBREAD?
ANYTHING YOU CAN BAKE ACROSS THE ATLANTIC YOU CAN BAKE IN THE STATES, YUROKUCKS HAVE THEIR NOSES UP THEIR OWN ASSES
MINOR TASTE DIFFERENCES COME FROM VARIATION IN THE FLOUR USED AND MINERAL CONTENT OF THE LOCAL WATER
That picture, kek.
Yes, Wonderbread or any preservative laden shit bread that comes wrapped up in a bag after setting on a shelf for weeks. It's fucking bread, why does it need to be sweetened?