A good tag-line can be
hard to come by. Sometimes, the perfect pun may present itself, and
other times, they seem just a little too forced.
There are some
occasions where tag-lines become so convoluted that they essentially
just lie to the audience, and this often feels like a real slap in
the face to moviegoers.
On some occasions, a tag-line even details key events of the movie's plot, and still somehow manages to tell audiences a lie.
Pirates of the Caribbean:
At World's End, despite being the final film of a trilogy, was branded with the baffling tag-line “At the End of the World, the
Adventure Begins”, proving that even some of the biggest blockbusters of recent
times have fallen victim to their own ridiculously inaccurate
For the most part, these tag-line lies are never malicious, but it's either a cheap way to mislead an audience, or just an amusing error when the studio decides they want to make a few more of those big sequel bucks.
Here are 12 times that
movie tag-lines blatantly lied to us (and maybe made us laugh a