Celebrate Cracked And Get The Top Five Most Cluck-able Movie Moments
08.26.13 by Matilda
In upcoming REELZ police drama Cracked Detective Aiden Black suffers an embarrassing and public breakdown much to the bewilderment of the coffee-shop customers he is surrounded by. (Although, frankly, after watching the first scenes, the particular customer had it coming). While the moment affects Black's future career it also gives way to an intense, crime-filled series, breaking the norm of the usual, expected police procedural frame. In order to celebrate the upcoming premiere (we can't wait) and to show Detective Black our support we've listed a few cluck-able movie moments. After all, he's not the only one who's suffered a fowl day or two.
Don't forget to tune into Cracked, Fridays at 10p ET/ 7p PT.
Cinderella’s well-fed house mouse and his battle with hungry chickens makes our top five list of cluck-able movie moments. The adorable rodent (never thought we would say that) stole our heart and makes Cinderella a strong contender for the best Disney movie ever. Watch Gus Gus' terrifying chicken ordeal here or the whole clip for an entire reel of his best Cinderella moments.
4. Chicken Run
This movie is filled with many a great cluck-able moment. Whoever realized animated chickens could be so funny is pure genius. Especially smart, talking animated chickens and a smooth talking rooster who plan an epic escape. Take a look at the trailer.
3. Hot Shots! Part Deux
What do you do when you're in a fight and you run out of arrows? Well, we hear that chickens make a pretty good arrow substitute... Take a look.
2. Rocky II
Rocky might want to eat the chicken but according to Paulie they also make excellent training aids. We never thought action-hero Sylvester Stallone would ever have a chicken moment. But he does. And it's pretty great. Check it out.
1. The Muppets (2011)
The best ever cluck-able movie moment on our list has to be from The Muppets (2011). What could be better than a puppet chicken rendition of "Forget You"? Not much. Take a peek (ck). br>