'No Time To Explain' supercut explains point in no time at all12/15/2012
There are certain conventions that exist only onscreen. We see them so often in movies and TV we don't notice the fact they never happen in real life, not once, not ever. Consider, for example, the phrase "No time to explain." This supercut does an amazing job of proving just how often this little gem has saved writers from redundant explanations and wasted screen time. Similarly, you'll never see someone walk through a door saying "I came as soon as I heard" in real life, you'll never get away with hanging up your cellphone without saying goodbye like they do onscreen and only in soap operas do gifts come in boxes where the lid and bottom of the box are wrapped separately. [Source]
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What other movie conventions can you think of?