The movie does a great use of showing very little of the alien so the audience freaks out more when it's time for it to come out. This quick shot of video footage made everyone jump out of their seat. Don't worry, they did you the favor of pausing it for a little bit longer to maximize the fear.
This might be the only stormtrooper in the Empire to actually hit something. The sad part is that it's himself, if you pause it at look to the right. He gives the sliding door a good knock with his noggin while the rest get through just fine.
The twist ending between Brad Pitt and Edward Norton is one of cinema classics, but it's also not one of its most hidden.Tyler is "introduced" four times in small flashes before his appearance on the flight scene. You have to pause at the right time to get a glimpse of them.
4. Sharon Stone Is Interrogated In 'Basic instinct'
There was an urban legend that came out of this wholesome family comedy that gave it a dark twist. The story goes that a nine-year-old boy committed suicide in the house where the movie was being filmed. Everyone pauses the movie to confirm if there is a ghostly boy standing by the window.
David Cronenberg's sci-fi thriller became the stuff of meme legend right as it starts. The iconic moment when a telepath uses his power to explode someone's head was completely unexpected. It's funnier now that the special effects team revealed how they pulled it off.
So, did Han shoot first? When Greedo and Solo exchange laser blasts, ending with a dead alien, it started a fan argument fought for decades. George Lucas made the call already, but some fans still pause the scene and will argue until they they die.
8. Amanda Bynes Flashes The Team In 'She's The Man'
Amanda Bynes plays a girl who dresses as a guy to play on the soccer team. When she has to pull up her jersey to prove that she's, in fact, a girl, many a teenage boy stopped to see if they could sneak a peek. in Of course there wasn't anything; the movie was PG-13.
Jessica Rabbit is one of the most sultry animated characters ever made. In a car crash scene with her and Bob Hoskins, she flies out of control. What is very surprising is that if you pause just right, you notice that the animators chose not to put any panties on her.
In Paul Verhoeven's sci-fi take on Mars, the prostitute has a little extra that will pause the movie instantly. She tries enticing Arnold Schwarzenegger by showing the goods — not two but three breasts. This is a definite favorite with many fans for the hilarity of the scene.
Tony Stark has his robots fix his suit in the first Iron Man, and fans get the first Avengers-related Easter egg for a second when Gwyneth Paltrow shows up. When you pause it, you see a disassembled red and white shield laying on top of other gadgets. A sign of awesome things to come.
That monologue and demented smile while he looks at the audience are the stuff of nightmares. What is creepier is that slight appearance of the skull before the movie changes into the final shot. He wouldn't harm a fly but he will haunt you forever.
15. Phoebe Cates And The Swimsuit In 'Fast Times At Ridgemont High'