Great Moments in Movie History (Using Stick Figures): About Schmidt (2002)

It’s time to fire the “Great Moments” series back up after a hiatus for a few weeks. There are a lot of newer readers here, so it’s probably worth giving an explanation. When I started this site, the one thing that I knew I wanted to do was institute a series of great moments in movie history, memorialized using stick figures. It’s where the TDYLF tagline comes from– come for the stick figures, stay for the Bergman. It’s been sporadic but I’ve been making them more frequently the last few months. You can find the full list of other Great Moments in Movie History (using stick figures) here, along with every time I’ve used the phrase ‘Great Moments in Movie History’). 2000-2010 was mostly void of truly memorable movie scenes, but there are at least a few that stand out. And today, I’ve visited one of those scenes by converting it to stick figure form. Today’s great moment is courtesy of Jack Nicholson in About Schmidt (2002).

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Filed under Great Moments in Movie History, Humor, Movies

5 responses to “Great Moments in Movie History (Using Stick Figures): About Schmidt (2002)

  1. HAHAH Very good, love the censorship

  2. Liz Alexander

    Awesome!! XD

    That scene was just so ridiculously awkward! x_x;;; That and the one where he almost kisses that other dude’s wife.

  3. Such an unexpected moment in the film! Glad the series is still alive!

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  5. I miss your stick figures posts! Another good one, John!

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