Have you ever found yourself having a conversation with an inanimate object? No? Just us then. The movies are full of inanimate objects that prove key to a plot line. Sometimes they come to life while other times – like Keanu Reeves – they remain as inanimate as the day they were created.
Here is our list of the best (and worst) inanimate objects in the history of cinema and television.
1. The Brave Little Toaster
Everyone has there favourite soppy movie and we’ve all cried at our favourite scenes, but for some of us at WhatCulture! one of the most heart wrenching films is an animated tale about one boy and his love for his toaster. He loves his blanket, radio, lamp and vacuum cleaner too but mainly he loves his toaster. And why wouldn’t he? That darned thing has been turning his bread into toast for as long as he can remember.
Sure the settings are a little off and you get an electric shock if you so much as look at the element but damnit, that kid loves his toaster. And it’s no ordinary toaster. Oh no, it’s the bravest little toaster that ever there was. When the young boy moves away from home the collection of beloved objects trek across America in search of him, because no one wants to get left behind. Ever. It’s like Toy Story but with a toaster.
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