10+ Serious Movie Scenes That Actually Made Us Laugh

Filmmakers always try to make sure audiences feel the emotions they want for each movie scene, but this doesn't always happen.

Sometimes, because of things like bad acting or awful special effects, fans are taken out of the moment and actually find serious scenes really funny. These moments are memorable if not for the reasons the creators intended.

Here are 10+ serious movie scenes that actually made us laugh.

This hilarious quote from _Twilight._

Twilight fans know that movies can be a bit silly at times, but this is part of their charm.

When Edward said "You better hold on tight, spider monkey," no one could really take him seriously. It's become quite the joke amongst fans. Robert Pattinson himself actually picked the line.

When Tobey McGuire cries in *Spider-Man*

Tobey McGuire did a great job of playing Spider-Man, and some fans think he was the best actor to portray the character.

However, he didn't have the most convincing crying face in the films. Pretty much anytime the character cried it was hard not to laugh.

This quote about dogs from *Jupiter Ascending*.

While most people didn't like this film, some appreciate that it's just ridiculous and campy.

However, one line that's nearly impossible to take seriously is when the character of Jupiter, played by Mila Kunis, is talking to her part-dog love interest, played by Channing Tatum, and says, "I love dogs. I've always loved dogs."

The cringe-worth love story in *The Hobbit* films.

Many fans were upset when filmmakers included Tauriel, a character that didn't exist in the books, and then gave her a love triangle with Legolas and Kili.

There were many serious moments that were just plain funny or weird including when Kili told her, "I could have anything down my trousers." Yikes.

Anakin talking to Padme about her soft skin.

Many Star Wars fans have noted that the relationship between Anakin and Padme was full of serious moments there were actually just cringe.

One of the most notorious is when Anakin tells Padme, "I don't like the sand. It's coarse and rough and irritating--not like you. You're soft and smooth."

He definitely needs to work on his sweet-talking game!

When Chris Evans talked about cannibalism in *Snowpiercer*

Snowpiercer is an intense movie about a dystopian future, but it's also got some intentionally campy and strange moments.

However, one serious moment that wasn't meant to be funny is when Evan's character, Curtis, talks about how he had to resort to cannibalism to live.

He says, "You know what I hate about myself? I know what people taste like. I know that babies taste best."

Maybe you should have kept that to yourself?

Ginny tying Harry's shoelace.

In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, there is a scene where Ginny is in a nightgown and she bends over to tie Harry's shoelace.

It was incredibly awkward and out of place, and it had a weirdly sexual edge that didn't make sense for the tone of the film. All of this made the scene super hilarious and cringey.

A ridiculous zombie moment from *World War Z.*

World War Z is an intense film about the zombie apocalypse, but there is one moment toward the end that is just hilarious.

When the main character of Gerry Lane is inside a room at the CDC, he looks through the window to see a zombie in a lab coat chattering its teeth in a weird and out of place way.

A tragic moment from *Titanic* that surely was meant to be serious.

Many fans on Reddit have noted that one particular moment when the Titanic is sinking made them laugh even though they knew it wasn't supposed to be funny.

This moment is when a man is falling from the railing of the ship and lands on a propeller which makes his entire body spin. While what was happening was horrible, it just looked odd.

Wolverine's reaction to Jean Grey's death.

While many people love X-Men, the first trilogy isn't as well-made as today's superhero films.

In X:Men: The Last Stand, Wolverine holds the body of Jean Grey as she's dying, and he screams very dramatically. It felt overplayed, and it just wasn't believable.

Frodo's face when he gets stabbed.

The Lord of the Rings is an iconic fantasy epic that most nerds love, and overall, it had good acting.

But, while we all love Elijah Wood, his face when he gets stabbed by Shelob's stinger in The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King is funny. The expression is just so silly that it's hard not to laugh.

When Christian Grey tried to hard to be dominant.

50 Shades of Grey is a controversial film for many reasons, but it's also just plain not that good of a movie.

One of the most awkward moments is when Christain tells Anastasia, "I don't make love. I [expletive] hard."

If you have to say it, you're already trying too hard, my dude.

This moment between Hulk and Black Widow.

The relationship between Hulk and Black Widow from Avengers: Ague of Ultron was one that many fans didn't love.

One of the most unintentionally funny moments between these two was when Black Widow was trying to calm Hulk down and said, "Hey big guy, the sun's getting real low."

"He was their friend!"

Harry Potter is full of many believable emotional moments, but one of the most unintentionally funny happened in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.

Harry has just learned what Sirius Black was suspected of doing to his parents, and he's upset. However, his crying sounds extremely fake. His exclamation also made a few people laugh!

This poorly written line Storm from *X-Men* says.

Sometimes, creators try to write clever dialogue, but it just doesn't work out.

This was the case when Storm is about to defeat the villain Toad and says, "Do you know what happens to a toad when it is struck by lightning? The same thing that happens to everything else."