Pixar's Inside Out hasn't been released as of this writing, but there's already some cheeky humor in the trailer. In the movie, which centers on a little girl and the living emotions inside of her brain, one of the characters asserts that San Francisco is a bear-free zone. As adults who are aware of both San Fran's thriving gay community and the existence of Grindr profile pages, we know that "bear" in this context is probably not referring to a woodland critter.
If you think they could have been talking about anything other than a really hairy guy, this line came next:
This is one of those quips that makes little sense if you're a kid and way too much sense as an adult.
The Aladdin trilogy follows a trajectory similar to Indiana Jones: The first one is a classic, the second one is the black sheep and the third movie returns to form with the help of Sean Connery playing a father who is Scottish for some reason.
But instead of surly jabs regarding Nazi sleeptalking habits, Aladdin: The King of Thieves' one-liner highlight comes during an earthquake at a wedding.
Yep, that's a reference to two teenagers achieving climax through intercourse, in a direct-to-video Disney cartoon. You know, it makes a surprising amount of sense when you put it all in a sentence like that.
When it comes to Frozen, by now you've tried to scrub the movie from your brain, or your proximity to kids who sing "Let It Go" non-stop has made your body form a numb emotional shell around your heart, preventing you from seeing anything but white noise.
Either way, you might've missed this quick prick dig while Kristoff and Anna are arguing over how well she knows Hans.
This of course, follows the popular myth: You know what they say about guys with big feet...
Penises. It means they have big penises.