Video: Avatar and Jurassic Park. Lord of the Rings and Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Star Trek and The Jetsons. What do those films have in common with each other? They used the same exact sound effects in their movies. Obviously some of those sound effects are done as an homage for movies that came before it, others utilise the Wilhelm Scream as an inside joke, and a few just use the same sounds because well, that's how we thinks laser beams are supposed to sound. ScreenRant gives a list of 10 movies that have used the same effects as other movies in the video below.
10 Movies That Used The Same Exact Sound Effects As Other Movies
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