Sleepy Hollow really pushes the envelope and answers the age-old question: Can a movie have too many fainting scenes? Yes. This film has so many faints it's ridiculous. For starters Depp faints A LOT. Like every time he's in danger or sees the horseman or anything the dude just straight passes out with a little… Continue reading Christina Ricci and Johnny Depp in Sleepy Hollow (1999)
90's Paul Walker's brain in a dinosaur body? If you say so. Basically Paul Walker's character dies or something (maybe his death was faked, I wasn't paying attention), so an evil scientist is trying to steal his body to put his brain in a T-Rex. The scientist goes to the hospital 26 minutes into the… Continue reading Denise Richards & Theo Forsett in Tammy and the T-Rex
At the beginning of this episode, Han Se Joo (Yoo Ah In) finds out that his ghost writer, whom he addresses in public and such, is actually a ghost and only he can see him. Naturally, being confronted with such a shock, he faints on the spot. Poor guy.
"And the Fatal Separation" has the team travel to Shangri-La to restore the Monkey King and his prized staff. About 15 minutes into this episode, Romijn, Wyle, and Kane are all subdued by ninjas with tranquilizer darts.
The Flash gang travels to an alternate dimension Earth to find Gorilla Grodd and their friend he kidnapped. Upon getting to the jungle where he went missing, all four are shot with tranq darts and collapse to the ground. They all wake up in cages as prisoners in Gorilla City.
Towards the beginning of this film, hot-shot Miami dentist Ted had a perfect life until his world is flipped upside down when he finds out that he's adopted. When his mother breaks the news to him he faints (very comedically and overtly I might add)
20 minutes into this masterpiece of cinema, a magic horseshoe falls onto Juliet's (Cipolla) head. Instead of severely injuring her, it just knocks her out. When she wakes up she can hear her horse talking to her. Then 59 minutes into the film, she attempts to assault another character (Lastovic) by hitting him in the… Continue reading Jenny Cipolla & James Lastovic in A Talking Pony!?!
In the premiere of this Netflix original, the lead character (played by Drew Barrymore) has died, but she isn't dead? She's a zombie of sorts and has to explain to her family something is wrong with her. To do so, she cuts her hand open and squeezes out black, goopy blood, the sight of which… Continue reading Timothy Olyphant & Liv Hewson in Santa Clarita Diet (s01e01)
In The Thundermans episode "Thundermans: Banished!", the titular family is banished (go figure) from their home in Hiddenville and relocated by the Hero League. However, the Thunderman twins, Phoebe and Max (played by Kosarin and Griffo respectively) catch wind of something fishy going on in their old home. Upon arriving to the scene of brainwashed… Continue reading Kira Kosarin and Jack Griffo in The Thundermans (s04e02)