• February 27, 2019

Top 20 Most Paused Movie Moments

Celebrating our 20 million subscribers with a Top 20 (TWENTY) list! Ain’t that grand? This is the last one today, but check out the others!
Top 20 Most Paused Movie Moments
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In honor of hitting 20 million subscribers, we’re giving you double the mojo! For this list, we’re revisiting two of our classic Top 10s, going into even greater detail on movie moments that had audiences repeatedly rewinding and pausing just to confirm what they were seeing. Our list includes moments from “The Lion King” (1994), “Iron Man” (2008), “There’s Something About Mary” (1998), “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” (1988), “The Rescuers” (1977), and more! Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the Top 20 Most Paused Movie Moments.

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20) Where’s Ron?
19) The Diggler
18) The Shield
17) I’m Taller
16) Zipper Trouble
15) Roller Undercarriage
14) Thong
13) Topless Frames
12) Legendary Cameo
11) Mrs. Robinson
10) Horror History
9) Extra from an Extra
8) Commando Cartoons
7) Give Up the Ghost
6) The Munchkin Suicides
5) Secret Surprises
4) Disney Debauche
3, 2 & 1???

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15 thoughts on “Top 20 Most Paused Movie Moments

  1. Celebrating our 20 million subscribers with a Top 20 (TWENTY) list! Ain’t that grand? This is the last one today, but check out the others! Would you want to see more Top 20s?

  2. I actually met the actor who played the stromtrooper who bumped his head at a comic con once and he told me that he asked George to keep it in because he wanted to stand out from the others and in the end that’s exactly what ended up happening. It’s pretty impressive that that one stormtrooper has his own wiki now. also I didn’t know Jango Fett bumped his head in Attack of the Clones

  3. storm troopers are NOT clones of Jango Fett. They are people “reprogrammed” at birth or young that are then made to serve the empire. Though some early storm troopers are independent thinking conscripts from around the Empire. The clones mostly died up a few years before the events of the first Star Wars movie and none were part of the Empire’s forces by that point.

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