To be fair it bothers a lot of us too

To be fair it bothers a lot of us too


Yellow filter


"Mexico? Uhh... That's Just Texas but orange, right? And they got uhh sandstone or some shit"


Britain according to Hollywood: England is enitely formed up of London, Scotland is a giant swamp filled with angry men, Northern Ireland is a literal warzone, Wales doesn't exist.




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Definitely the latter.


"Emily in Paris" *Puke in French*


When was the last time Finland was ever portrayed in a Hollywood movie?


John Carpenter did it in "The Thing".


Nah. I fucking love it. The more stereotypical the better too. It’s just funnier that way


Loud food


The funniest thing about down under in movies is that they think everyone is fuckin crocodile Dundee