Been to the cinema lately? These twitter comedians certainly have – and have been quick with a one-liner to cap off the experience:

Twilight’s like soccer. They run around for 2 hours, nobody scores, and its billion fans insist you just don’t understand. – Brett Erlich (@bretterlich)

When I talk about the male leads in Gone With the Wind and Casablanca it’s just Rhett or Rick. – Alec Sulkin (@thesulk)

When abroad, James Bond is known as +44 07. – James Martin (@pundamentalism)

If you ask an undercover cop what the hills are alive with, he legally has to say “The Sound of Music” or else it’s von trappment. – Electro Lemon (@electrolemon)

2001: A Space Odyssey. A prophetic vision of the future. Humanity goes beyond the infinite. Actual 2001: Shrek is a blockbuster movie. – 140.85 (@immolations)

They call the Nativity “the greatest story ever told” but for me, the absent father motif is far more affecting in The Empire Strikes Back. – Simon Pegg (@simonpegg)

Source: Twitter
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