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Some sequels are inexcusable in their awfulness, for example, Speed 2: Cruise Control and Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2.
Believe it or not, when a film's script is written, it sometimes doesn't turn out at all like originally planned by the screenwriter.
This week saw the 23rd anniversary of Die Hard's release in UK cinemas, that's 23 years since we were introduced to John McClane, Hans Gruber and Argyle the limo driver.
How do you sum up your film in a catchy and engaging way, yet also throwing in a pun or quip? That's the challenge facing the creators of film taglines.
Sometimes they nail it, other times, it can be completely wide of the mark.
Cinema in the eighties didn't just produce some timeless teen films, set to cracking sound tracks – it also brought us some absolutely iconic film moments.
Moments that are not only iconic by the standards of the eighties, but legendary by the standards of cinematic history.
Sometimes certain lines from films can't be shown on American network TV in case children think that swearing is big and clever.
Instead of censoring the offending word, creative TV editors overdub the line with something much less offensive.
And in most cases, it's completely out-of-place and stupidly funny. Here are 20 of the best TV edits of famous film lines.
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