Most of the time you can just Google image search the scene you’re thinking of, and the results will confirm or deny it without you having to put in the hard work yourself. There isn’t much fun in that though, so people still like to pause movies and check things out for themselves. Here are some of the most paused moments in film history.
People don’t always pause movies to find a hidden message left by the director. Other times people hit the pause button because the actress or actor they have a crush on is looking pretty amazing, and probably aren’t wearing many clothes. Some of the most paused moments in cinema have featured the clothe-free bodies of Hollywood’s best and beautiful. Those moments often gained more attention than the movies did themselves. People remember Fast Times at Ridgemont High more for the scene with Phoebe Cates coming out of the swimming pool than they do for anything else that happened in the movie.
Technology has moved on from the time of blurry VHS tapes and so has our passion for pausing movies at any given moments. Sometimes we will do so just to take in some of the wonderful sets the filmmakers have designed and other times it will be to gain some clarity on what has just happened. Amazingly we can pause movies in glorious HD, so any doubts about anything are firmly put to bed with the good use of our best friend, the pause button.
More and more films are including easter eggs in their productions so often movie fans are trying to find hidden clues that no one else has so far managed to spot. Easter eggs, in movie terms, are inside bits of information included as a bonus or a joke for the viewers. Here are some of the most paused moments in movie history, so read on to find out what got so many people reaching for the pause button…