Whenever anyone uses the word literally in a sentence grammar nazis start foaming at the mouth and minds begin to puzzle out the validity of the statement.
Can your buddy's sandwich literally be the best sandwich ever made? Probably not, but you'd be surprised how many seemingly figurative phrases and figures of speech can be captured on film.
Here's a selection of figurative terms made real:
Most of the time calling a car a pimp mobile means it's worthy of being a pimp's ride, but in this case the car is the one doing the pimpin', and it ain't easy to look this good!:
2. Pot O' Gold at the End of the Rainbow-
Whenever you see a rainbow in the sky there's a leprechaun's pot o' gold waiting to be found at either end, and rainbows are also handy for showing you the way to the nearest restroom:
3. Couch Potato-
Usually a couch potato is a person who spends too much time sitting on the couch, but in this case the potato has become the couch, a functional piece of food furniture perfect for a rodent's flophouse:
4. Ginger Bread Man-
Calling a redheaded person a "ginger" is considered rude, but if they refer to themselves as the ginger bread man who are we to argue?:
5. Back to the Future Trailer-
Film trailers are fun to watch, but they can't haul your stuff like half a Delorean can!: