Ever since The Usual Suspects blew everyone’s mind in ’95, and The Sixth Sense followed suit four years later, moviemakers have been trying their damnedest to create shocking third-act reveals that change everything we’ve seen before, and send us out of the theater reeling. Instead, most of them are befuddling, laughable, or just plain stupid. Here are a few examples (with a rather obvious spoiler alert).
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Shut Up and Take My Money of the Day: WheelHarp, the All-in-One Orchestra Instrument
Missouri artisan Jon Jones created this beautiful piece of instrument known as the Wheelharp, a keyboard that emulates the sounds of an entire orchestra string through a single-cylinder rotating wheel that acts as a bow against its 61 strings. But before you get too excited, this orchestra-in-one doesn’t run cheap: the cheapest model starts at $10,000.
That Awkward Moment of the Day: Kiss Cam Breakup
In the latest edition of “kiss cam” FAILs, the entire audience at a Fresno Grizzlies baseball game witnesses a spectacular break up via Jumbotron.
News FAIL of the Day: Two CNN Anchors Talk via Satellite in the Same Parking Lot
Do you see what’s going on in this GIF? Yesterday morning, CNN Newsroom anchor Ashleigh Banfield and CNN Headline News anchor Nancy Grace were discussing the Cleveland kidnapping case “via satellite,” which is a great way to communicate for those who aren’t standing in the same parking lot, and of course, they were. The setup was discovered after a viewer noticed same exact cars passing through both sides of the split-screen in the background and The Atlantic Wire also followed up with a shot-by-shot breakdown of the scene.
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