Post pictures of unicycles in movies!
This one is from Wall-e at 00:26:30:
Just did a little edit in you reply
There is a shot of some one trying to ride a unicycle off something in one of the Jackass Movies.
It was pretty funny!
While watching Rango, I noticed that during the “Theatrics” scene, there is a unicyclist shown.
I can’t seem to find a clip, but it’s there.
They ride unicycles in the Batman with the penguin.
Right after Peewee’s bike was stolen.
There’s a small scene in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince where Umbridge is riding a uni on a tightrope, saying “I will… have… ORDER.”
I’m pretty sure it was in Fred & George’s Joke Shop. Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes, I believe.
Yes! She was balancing buckets of water. Hilarious is the only word to describe it. xD
There’s a pretty well animated unicyclist in the background here in Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence. He’s juggling and fooling around but the police grab him
It may be a little hard to see but he’s in the middle there
I found two in Toy Story II
Found around 24:00
Found around 55:00
There is one in the movie real steel in the middle of the movie.
There is on near the end of ‘17 again’ at the part just before that are about to play the basketball match
Oh yeah, remember seeing that! There’s like two guys sorta flailing around the gym before the game.
Found another one!
It’s in the agressive inline movie called “Black Market” about 23:00
Waltz With Bashir.
I the grinch that stole Christmas with Jim carry there are two scenes with unicycles.
Old thread I know…
but I just went to see pitch perfect and I noticed a unicycle in it multiple times which made my day.
For anyone who hasn’t seen it, I fully recommend you do its so funny and nothing like Glee.
This is a really cool thread as it combines two of my favorite subjects: unis and movies. Although the number of DVDs in my collection far out number my unis.
Didn’t feel like it merited a whole new thread. Found this while searching for old Lego ads in historic Sears Wishbooks:
That’s pretty interesting.
Has anyone reading this ever used poles as a learning aid, or heard of them being used?