Back in my younger college days I somehow got suckered into watching Meet Joe Black. There had to have been a girl there because two of my other friends Andy and Josh also watched, and I am pretty sure we didn't decide to watch the movie ourselves. One of the reasons why I know we didn't decide to watch the movie is because we were making comments all throughout the movie, and I doubt we would have done that if we actually wanted to watch it (well, that, and it is a girly movie).
Our movie commentary was going great especially when Joe meets the girl that he likes in the movie. When they part they do a series of "look backs" at each other and we were able to call all of them because of the easy to recognize formula of: boy looks, then girl looks, the boy looks, then girl looks, and then finally boy looks. We were calling out this play like a football coach, and then:
I wish someone took a picture of our faces when that happened because that was not suppose to happen. We were pretty stunned/amused.
I'm sure it wouldn't have made such a lasting impact on me if we weren't making fun of the seemingly formulaic approach that they were doing at the time, but even to this day I respect the movie, I won't watch it again (it is after all a girly movie) but I do acknowledge it's existence.