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Why do a post about foot scenes unless you’re talking about Quentin Tarantino or unless you have a foot fetish? Good point. But let’s do it anyway! (Beware of a spoiler in the last one)
Foot says bye bye to ankle! Interesting: watch Leigh Whannell and James Wan’s original short movie that sparked the franchise.
The shoe fits – yeah! Also, the movie that revived Disney after the significantly dry period they had, following the success of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs over a decade earlier.
Charlie’s Angels (2000)
Lucy Liu takes on a controversial approach to massaging Tim Curry.
Kathy Bates as the delusional Annie. Sledgehammer meets foot. Foot takes 90 degree walkies in the wrong direction.
The Usual Suspects (1995)
The moment Verbal Kint drops the limp! Also, how cool is this poster?
‘The Usual Suspects.’ I love that film!
Best wishes, Pete.
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What a great post! Love how it had to not include Tarantino hee hee (way too many foot moments in his movies!!) Saw is a great choice. I can hear that music now haha.
Thanks for reading, Emma! Oh man, I love the Saw music *shiver down spine*
Oh the Saw theme – fantastic!
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It’s fantastic isn’t it, so dramatic and distinctive.