5 Things Hollywood Gets Wrong About Smart People

  • katma 20 Eyl 2017
  • There are a lot of things we don't expect Hollywood to understand: technology, relationships, how the common person lives ... but you'd think they'd at least know how represent smart people, right? (Spoiler alert: wrong.)
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  • Simon Petrov
    Simon Petrov 18 saatler önce

    FYI this guy is a rapist.

  • Jan James Callejo
    Jan James Callejo 23 saatler önce

    Technically, there are people who are a genius in multiple fields. For instance, Euler.

  • mymyersfamily
    mymyersfamily Gün önce

    I think you totally whiffed on the "smart people don't memorize books" thing. First, I'm 99% sure the point in Good Will Hunting is that Will had a photographic memory, so he did try to memorize a book, he can't help it.
    Second, the other examples are just people throwing out a line or two from famous literary works, not memorizing whole books. Who can't quote memorable lines from movies, TV shows, songs, comedy routines? Quoting lines from books is pretty much the same thing. I can quote a lot of lines from Airplane because I watched it dozens of times. I can quote various lines from books, like Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, because I read them many times. I can even quote a few lines from poems I read in school and particularly liked and re-read a few times. That is not an unusual thing.
    Also, many people can quote lines from famous literary works that keep getting thrown in our face in other media consumption. I -- and probably most people reading this -- can quote a number of lines from Shakespeare plays that I have never even read or seen because they are referred to so often in other media.
    The trope you refer to is not suggesting smart people like to memorize books. The trope is suggesting that whereas you or I might spend our free time watching CollegeHumor videos on TRclips, a genius like Picard would be spending that same time re-reading War & Peace, because he only gets enough intellectual stimulation from the works of past geniuses, i.e., the classics. Anyone who prefers to spend free time reading classic literature or poetry will presumably have favorites they re-read to the point they can quote from them, the same way I can quote from Rick & Morty or SNL.
    Another part of the trope is that smart people get more from their schooling. While most of us got through literature classes in high school doing as little as possible, and probably plagiarizing as much as we could get away with, presumably smart people like the intellectual stimulation and actually read (and re-read) the assigned works, write their own papers analyzing those works, debate those analyses in class with other students and the teacher, maybe even get into heated arguments with other students outside of class because smart people attend special schools/classes where students actually take that stuff seriously (ala Dead Poets Society). This is probably somewhat accurate.
    I mean, to the extent movies show very smart people recognizing each other's quotes from classic literature, it is contrived because there are actually so many classics, and people in school and in their personal life necessarily can only be exposed to some to the degree needed for memorization, so while many smart people may walk around with a few dozen impressive quotes, the odds are against them throwing out such a quote that the other smart guy in the room will also have memorized. Basically, the trope inaccurately assumes the body of great literature is much smaller than it really is.

    • mymyersfamily
      mymyersfamily Gün önce

      The real problem with Hollywood and geniuses is this: How do you write what a genius would do if you are not a genius? You can't. All you can do is write what a non-genius thinks would be a genius thing to do. But it isn't, because the writer is not a genius. I don't see this as a problem with "action" geniuses like Batman or Tony Stark, as their genius is just a gimmick for their superhero action stuff. It IS a huge problem for shows where the genius aspect is the main plot point. Consider Limitless, where the whole point was the main character became a super-genius, yet his choices were dictated by non-super-genius writers. Well, the movie had flaws, but this problem was MUCH more obvious in the TV series where it was just stupid, the crap the writers put in there for a super-genius to do and say. Yeah, we have a guy who makes Einstein look like a dullard, let's use him to fight off terrorist attacks, not to cure cancer, not to solve the environmental crisis, not to invent free, clean, sustainable energy, and not to figure out faster-than-light travel... Let's have him be a crimefighter! Duh...

  • Unnamed RedShirt
    Unnamed RedShirt 2 gün önce

    That's not the Dunning-Kruger effect you idiot. I should know, I took a semester of phycology in college...

  • pop5678eye
    pop5678eye 2 gün önce

    Name three movies where the main villain is an evil power-hungry scientist trying to take over the world. It will take you five seconds.
    Name a single actual scientist in history who actually tried to do that... Cricket sounds?

  • pop5678eye
    pop5678eye 2 gün önce

    Bill Nye has an engineering degree! He doesn't speak for scientists!!!

  • Giovanni Giorgio
    Giovanni Giorgio 3 gün önce


  • Giovanni Giorgio
    Giovanni Giorgio 3 gün önce

    Ok, this writing is pretty funny

  • MultiShawnt
    MultiShawnt 3 gün önce

    Smarts like a spanking 😊

  • Patient Grasshopper
    Patient Grasshopper 3 gün önce

    There was a time where being an expert in several fields was not unheard of, we called the "Renaissance men" or today might say Polymaths.

  • Erich Mais
    Erich Mais 3 gün önce

    Memorization is only useful when it's muscle memory, else wise it's a a waste. And a good quote is best if its universal and life-changing , I recommend ridiculious also.

  • Doktor McNasty
    Doktor McNasty 3 gün önce

    Yeah you don't have to be smart to be a dick to people however you _do_ need to be smart to be able to do it righteously, in their faces, and without their ability to counter it by any effective means. It's the difference between being a hick dick & genius unassailable dick. The latter being obviously vastly more satisfactory for said previously aforementioned / a priori dick.

  • vinay vishwanadhan
    vinay vishwanadhan 4 gün önce

    The poem you read in the end, was it from ocqumls. I remember the lines because I had to learn about it when I was a kid

  • Rogue God
    Rogue God 4 gün önce

    Hi. I have a 140 IQ and aspergers.
    I am mean

  • resound x
    resound x 4 gün önce

    your high!

  • Prof. Hilary L. Chow FRAS

    Bill Nye only has a bachelor's degree, from the US no less. Most likely his scientific knowledge comes from a team of qualified people behind him.

  • D.E.B. B
    D.E.B. B 4 gün önce

    The biggest advantage of being smart, is being aware of all the things that you don't know. Whereas, stupid people are often very sure that they know everything.

  • Gamerdweeb Entertainment

    Instructions come with Rubix Cube? What?

  • Albert Norman
    Albert Norman 4 gün önce

    Hollywood writes smart people as assholes because they believe they themselves are smart and thus know how smart people behave.

  • Kate Day
    Kate Day 4 gün önce

    Why wasn't Bones or Neil DeGrasse Tyson mentioned here. Also, plenty of people can memorize and regurgitate a bunch of writing, they're called actors. And usually if someone has to tell you they are a genius, they probably aren't a genius, not even a "very stable genius."

  • Raxius
    Raxius 4 gün önce

    Actually the end of the world is very relevant to theoretical physics. Heat death of the universe, everything expanding so quickly light can't move at all, and so on and so forth. In fact most end of the world theories are theoretical physics.

  • Jordan Sullivan
    Jordan Sullivan 5 gün önce

    You do make a very good point about movies portraying scientists as automatically experts in every technical and scientific field. That would be like assuming someone who studied literature is an expert in ancient Japanese political texts, Russian post-Revolutionary literature, Sumerian cuneiform, as well as American post-modernist novels.

  • Jordan Sullivan
    Jordan Sullivan 5 gün önce

    Ok there's something about the Sam Raimi Spiderman movies that has always bothered me: Peter Parker consistently refers to his college major as, "science." That is not a college major.
    You major in physics, chemistry, biology, genetics, molecular biology, biophysics, chemical biology, etc., etc.

  • Midnight Oceanus
    Midnight Oceanus 5 gün önce

    LMAO but glass is convenient tho esp. when you need to draw up big stuffs; you don't need 2 squeeze everything into a small piece of paper.

  • Park Justin
    Park Justin 7 gün önce

    u should learn to edit to make ur lie more believable... a child can see the green screen behind you. what a jackass

  • John David Dunson
    John David Dunson 8 gün önce

    8:28 "science is actually a whole bunch of different things"
    i think this is the biggest thing people don't get about science. i read a book review just yesterday that raised my hackles... "A doctor, a scientist, a bio-engineered martial artist, a voodoo priest and a cyborg..." i'm like, a scientist??? wtf does that even mean??? first of all, i would be willing to bet both the doctor and the cyborg would describe themselves as scientists (maybe even the voodoo priest would, too; we all see the world in different ways), so what the Fk is that other guy? i mean, i consider MySelf a scientist. so is he a theoretical physicist, a mechanical engineer, an analytical chemist??? a school teacher that invents things in his basement in his free time? we don't know. you'll have to read the book to find out!!!

  • John David Dunson
    John David Dunson 8 gün önce

    they're giving smart people the qualities of dumb people so that moviegoers can identify with them, and draw them more into the story. oh, he hates people? i hate people too! oh he knows he's better than everyone around him and despises being interrupted by these lesser minded buffoons? i'm better than everyone around me and hate being interrupted by lesser minded buffoons too! classic hollywood technique. plus, everyone wishes they knew all that worthless trivia. i mean, everyone does. it just makes it easier to deal with all these buffoons, if you know all the absolutely meaningless sports statistics and movie quotes they can't stop talking about. did you see that guy hit the other guy and make all the points because of how unprepared that other guy was? yeah bro, it was the highlight of my entire week. then you go home and write a VBA macro to get excel to auto-print a string of unique labels for some boxes of poo-pourri you need shipped. but people still think you're awesome because you're so smart you memorized a summary of the sports thing that happened in the spare five minutes you had between doing the actual things you enjoy. that's how smart people are in real life, right? they have time to save the world from mediocrity, date a slightly nerdy woman with a quirky kind of hotness, and still watch the game with their bros? right?

  • annoloki
    annoloki 8 gün önce

    I don't buy the Dunning-Kruger effect, I think "smart" people are just better at coming up with more complex arguments to support their competence, reducing the available pool of people capable of spotting and pointing out their errors. An example of this is the Dunning-Kruger effect, which seemingly provides proof that being more competent means being better at being able to judge your own competence than all those incompetent people out there, which is self reinforcing, allowing for the acceptance that confidence in competence must be accurate due to the presence of competence. For competence to be measured accurately, there has to be confidence in being able to construct the metric by which competence will be measured, but according to the theory, a high level of confidence here would indicate a lack of competence in the accurate measuring of competence. Avoiding this problem when establishing a low level of competence would not require any special effort, but avoiding it when measuring high levels of competence is difficult, because to begin with, you have to recognise that the blind spot exists, and recognise the nature in which it effects different measurements you make for different types of competence, but the higher level of competence, the harder it will be to find people who can spot the errors and not erroneously confirm your tests to be accurate.
    If you don't understand this argument I'm making, how are you going to know if I'm getting it wrong?

  • Von Doom
    Von Doom 8 gün önce

    I miss you guys we’re awesome

  • Dan T
    Dan T 9 gün önce

    Your point at the start criticising Will Hunting's character for memorising a history textbook even though he's a mathematician is invalid since Will Hunting has photographic memory- he doesn't actually make a conscious effort to memorise it, he just does.

  • Circuit 8
    Circuit 8 9 gün önce

    Its not about what you dont know, its about what you dont know you dont know.

  • David Owens
    David Owens 9 gün önce

    Will Hunting isnt just a mathematically genius. The whole point is his intelligence is virtually endless and his ability to learn and memorize is greater than anyone ever.

  • Peedinkus
    Peedinkus 10 gün önce

    When an idjit makes a video about smart people.....

  • Ionut Sapca
    Ionut Sapca 10 gün önce

    rob skiba

  • Kenneth Mckay
    Kenneth Mckay 11 gün önce

    Intelligent people are not mean, we are only jerks to the dummies

  • It's Black
    It's Black 12 gün önce

    My math teachers write on windows all the time when they talk about math to each other

  • Flávio Giannini
    Flávio Giannini 12 gün önce

    Maybe I am so dumb, that I thing I'm smart.

  • Flávio Giannini
    Flávio Giannini 12 gün önce

    As Forest Gump's mama says: Stupid people do stupid things.

  • Chris Billingham
    Chris Billingham 13 gün önce

    Astronauts can have multiple jobs on missions so it's not unthinkable for them to be at least pretty decent at all of them and an expert in one or two.

  • Chris Billingham
    Chris Billingham 13 gün önce

    I can explain this whole video. #BecauseMovie

  • Rhino Thunder
    Rhino Thunder 13 gün önce

    The two most annoying characters I ever see any TV show or movie happened to be from the same TV show. They are Erin and Nelly from The Office. No he is the most annoying character on the show without a doubt. I just cannot stand her character at all. Then there is Erin who I can only describe as unrealistically stupid. I want to say that her stupidity is not 100% completely unrealistic but it is about 99% unrealistic because I actually have met two people in my life that are as stupid as Erin on the office. I just really think that Nelly and Erin are in fact the stupid as characters I’ve ever seen in any movie or TV show.

  • Riley McKee
    Riley McKee 13 gün önce

    Bro what do u expect it’s a movie

  • LOL Science
    LOL Science 13 gün önce

    When you tell someone you think of yourself as stupid and they throw in your face that it’s proof you are smart, instead of getting instant gratification consider the possibility that you are not that dumb yet to not be able to tell you are dumb.

    TIDAL BLADE 13 gün önce

    The only show on the internet I can trust but what about Adam ruins everything or game/film theory

  • xandercorp
    xandercorp 14 gün önce

    So the very first point this video makes is actually wrong. Not looking good for you so far, Cracked, but I'll give you a chance and watch the rest of the video.

    • xandercorp
      xandercorp 14 gün önce

      So it turns out that the content of this book really was revealed by its cover the host is a liar, a moron, or most likely some self-serving combination of the two.

  • Arcaryon Xavier
    Arcaryon Xavier 14 gün önce

    I'd like to make a little statment on the differences between intelligence of individuals - I for example would consider myself smart but I don't feel the need to brag about it (which I am not doing by claiming it under a random video on the internet) - I have met more than one who felt the need to compensate for a lack physical training by showing of with some ridiculous ability - quoting comes to mind as well as constantly reminding someone of their abilities no matter what context given. On the other hand I met a lot of people who are very calm regarding their intelligence, people who usually don't say a lot but when they actually say something, it is more impact full, people who actually take time to think of a response for example. And there are people who don't understand society but are able to handle botanic tasks with an almost inhuman ability to see a small change in a plant, people who have a natural talent and people who become smart by reading a lot from a young age on, people who improve and people who take for granted. What I am trying to say is, that is fairly late at night, so late that my night has become morning and that I want to remind everyone that being clever can differ quote a lot from person to person. It's not all about math, manipulations and witty remarks. Have a lovely day and my deepest apologizes for the mess I wrote but as I mentioned, the sun has risen already.
    And something I'd like to add; after thinking about this for a bit I never considered myself smart until I started to realize how many people fail to understand simple concepts which apparently are not simple at all - my observation is that many people could be a lot more intelligent then they are but most are simply not willing to. I mean I could make more statements but the issue with the truth is, that it often sounds dumb and dull when you don't really think about it for yourself. In the end, there is nothing more pure then logic. And most people chose for reasons that are to complex to simply brush over on this platform not to be logical. They are influenced by emotions, they make decisions based on feelings and as a result many are often unable to understand simple ideas. I don't consider myself to be a genius, I consider the world (not you of course but there is definitely a large majority if you give it a thought who consume mindless inferior entertainment and live small lifes - also I lost all credibility with that one didn't I - funny how being self aware is considered to be smart - was I joking when I wrote this ? Figure it out yourself) -which is arrogant but I am arrogant and this is nothing I came up with, it is an observation over a couple of decades. Or maybe I was just babbling nonsense - the point is; many people don't use their head they way they could. Have a lovely life.

  • toseeornot2see
    toseeornot2see 14 gün önce

    haha couldn't resist writing a second comment. real science work is boring AF. I have a nueroscientist cousin who spends most her time watching people choose different colour boxes on a computer screen.

  • NinjaBearFilms
    NinjaBearFilms 14 gün önce

    Cracked was great.
    But fucked the pooch for TRclips

  • toseeornot2see
    toseeornot2see 14 gün önce

    That writing on glass cliche is so cool though! Oh, yeah, one example of nice smart person would be Matt Murdoch or Bruce Banner lol Although Banner is arguably too nice...Or Peter Parker.

  • Gardiner Show
    Gardiner Show 14 gün önce

    Matt Damon recites from a ECONOMIC TEXTBOOK NOT HISTORY. God, do people even attempt anymore.

  • WierdGlitteryCats
    WierdGlitteryCats 14 gün önce

    Another thing I rly hate in movies is how the smart ppl r somehow getting A+++ in all their classes (which r prob advanced and they’re 13 in college) like I’m and intelligent and smart person and no that’s not just me being a bigot but I don’t get all A’s in my classes bc I’m good at English and History while Math is a complete mystery to me. I’m smart bc I read and I care ab my education, not bc I’ve memorized my textbooks and can easily calculate anything. Also, u don’t have to get all A’s everywhere to be smart. U just have to make good decisions.

  • jeremy hulbert
    jeremy hulbert 14 gün önce

    The more internet comments you make implying how smart you are, the dumber you are. Especially if you quote or cite things.

  • Kevin McPartlan
    Kevin McPartlan 14 gün önce

    First video I’ve ever seen and I already know you’re from New England, just from “wicked smart”

  • Gabriel Pauna
    Gabriel Pauna 14 gün önce

    Typical identity crisis and tribalism , its not a one size fits all, some smart people are naturally attracted to knowledge and learn many different pieces of information for fun; this aspect is valid....what's the point of this channel brainless banter

  • Maxon Mendel
    Maxon Mendel 15 gün önce

    Doc Holiday?

  • Hypo reLaxa
    Hypo reLaxa 15 gün önce

    What about all the James Bond villains?

  • glitch gamer
    glitch gamer 15 gün önce

    Actually ideas popup like a bonar

  • Miki Wong
    Miki Wong 15 gün önce

    Oh looky here, I can identify literature! At the end, he read an excerpt of Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelly. Based on the fact that I know what piece that was, it must be true that I can cure cancer. Yay, go me :///

  • E.P. Manne
    E.P. Manne 15 gün önce

    Intelligence is not knowledge, but that distinction ends up blurred in Hollywood.

  • After Rain
    After Rain 15 gün önce

    Why did he put the word "gullible" at the end of description?

  • multo007
    multo007 15 gün önce

    5 Things Hollywood actually got right about smart people explained poorly

  • Wolverine FTW
    Wolverine FTW 15 gün önce

    A lot of the smart people you mentioned are mean because other people dislike them and so they lash out at others

  • Noah Valio-Engebø
    Noah Valio-Engebø 15 gün önce +1

    *Lowkey flexing his smartness*

  • 달지 마 달면 시간 낭비야댓글

    I am smart
    I am Genius

  • Corpus Christine
    Corpus Christine 16 gün önce

    I used my whole arm for my ideas😂

  • Kashif Fareed
    Kashif Fareed 16 gün önce

    Creativity is real genius. In this world of copycats. True genius is a fresh idea. Enjoyed your perspective.

  • Ksenia Kolyadina
    Ksenia Kolyadina 16 gün önce +1

    Was expecting to be annoyed by this video, made me smile instead :)
    Favorite point is about smart people being dicks. Always wondered why they are portrayed like that.

  • Crimson Grey
    Crimson Grey 16 gün önce

    He looks like barney with beard!

    SAAR3KT 16 gün önce

    Talking from experience, I approve of this video

  • Rajat Kumar
    Rajat Kumar 16 gün önce

    In the "pursuit of happyness" at that time there was no guide to solve the Rubik's cube.
    People who can solve it without the guide are true geniuses.

  • Offilaw Noone
    Offilaw Noone 16 gün önce

    Being smart makes it relatively easier for you to acquire new knowledge, new complex experiences, but it doesn't mean that you are an expert in anything or even in one thing. Maybe this is just about the "speed" of your brain. Thus smart people can acquire moderate skills in many areas simultaniously or become a huge achiever in one particular field. P.S. Smart != genius.

  • Khon Pha Sai Kham
    Khon Pha Sai Kham 16 gün önce

    i used to be a smart guy, then i took an arrow in the knee.

  • Thatdudebetripin
    Thatdudebetripin 16 gün önce

    Came here for Benedict cumberbatch

  • Emanuel Romero
    Emanuel Romero 16 gün önce

    First time i see your show and i was like "Hey! it´s kinda film theory, with a similar entrance, but without the theory"... cool xd

  • Turtleking Real
    Turtleking Real 16 gün önce

    Lol it says Hollywood but Sherlock is from Britain

  • Peedinkus
    Peedinkus 16 gün önce

    Smart people don't believe in climate change pseudoscience.

  • level 3 gay
    level 3 gay 16 gün önce

    The onoly thing im proud about my iq is that its 100. Perfectly at the average

  • Sierra Anne
    Sierra Anne 16 gün önce

    Even if you had long sections of books memorized that fit the current situation, it’d be awkward and dickish to recite it out loud.

  • DarkBoy 141
    DarkBoy 141 16 gün önce

    of course they get it wrong ,the point is entertainment.

  • Lucas Campillo
    Lucas Campillo 16 gün önce

    Love the Nine Nine reference, don't see a lot of that!

  • Steven Ciobanita
    Steven Ciobanita 16 gün önce

    What’s the movie at 5:58?? Pls

  • Toccando crea canale Ulteriori informazioni

    Being cocky is different from being dicks

  • manoo205
    manoo205 16 gün önce

    5 things lists in TRclips get wrong when writing a list about any topic.
    1 thing people (like me) get wrong when watching these videos.
    Those would be interesting titkes for videos owner of these informative chanel on TRclips.

  • Charles Fisher
    Charles Fisher 16 gün önce

    The last bit was the beginning of Ozymandias, if anyone was wondering

  • Charles Fisher
    Charles Fisher 16 gün önce

    Bill Nye is an engineer. He’s more like bill nye the mathematics guy

  • The Guy
    The Guy 17 gün önce

    All those people in the comments who are all so intelligent. Its like only smart people click a video about smart people. Fascinating

  • Rinku 333
    Rinku 333 17 gün önce

    Is there anyway to talk about your intelligence and the problems that come with it and not sound like an asshole?

  • Hi iAmNoob
    Hi iAmNoob 17 gün önce

    touns a o do aunt sienta ?

  • rickymakkovik
    rickymakkovik 17 gün önce

    Will hunting was wrong, unintelligent, about the painting and William's character with his wife.

  • Cyrus Fornoles
    Cyrus Fornoles 17 gün önce

    Hey stop doing videos Magnus Carlsen! How about your chess tourney....u kept drawing the game....

  • Kuro DCupu
    Kuro DCupu 17 gün önce

    The diagram shown at 8:35 looks like a boner.
    Also I'm smart.
    *Ba Dumm, Tsss~~~~*

  • Wyatt Ignaczak
    Wyatt Ignaczak 17 gün önce

    Wait so if I find myself somewhat intelligent could it just be that im stupid because i think so... honestly wouldn't be suprised.

  • MCShvabo
    MCShvabo 17 gün önce

    Avarage people often confuse highly educated individuals with really intelligent individuals.

  • LilPeePeePooPoo
    LilPeePeePooPoo 17 gün önce

    This video is complete trash

  • John Edvards
    John Edvards 17 gün önce

    Captain Picard probably knows all the Shakespeare quotes and such by heart.

  • Constanza Fermandois Maack

    Just saying, the title says Hollywood, sherlock is bbc.

  • MonkeyJO
    MonkeyJO 17 gün önce

    Finally someone admitted that Bill Nye is barely a scientist.

  • Archis Anupam Mohapatra
    Archis Anupam Mohapatra 17 gün önce

    Was quoting Ozymandias?

  • Carl de la Paz
    Carl de la Paz 17 gün önce

    Matt damon in good will hunting is not just a good mathematician he is said to have a photogrphic memory aswell so yes he is able to qoute the page number of poetry.

    • David Clinging
      David Clinging 15 gün önce

      Carl de la Paz Except eidetic memory is a complete myth.

  • Aiman Fatima
    Aiman Fatima 17 gün önce

    Ok don’t drag Tony in this. Imma fight you all. He’s genius