People Gush Over Made-Up Movie Moments on Jimmy Kimmel's "Lie Witness News"

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We love Jimmy Kimmel Live's "Lie Witness News" segment - especially the ones during music festivals. But this post-Oscars special turned out to be pretty good, too.

During the segment, the reporter asked people on the street about totally made-up scenes in movies and they proceeded to gush about how much they liked them, how great the acting was and how powerful those particular scenes were.

Given that they were talking about totally fake stuff, we have to say, some of them delivered Oscar-worthy performances!

The reporter asked questions about everything from when Eddie Redmanye (who played Stephen Hawking) "got up out of his wheelchair and punched Albert Einstein in the face" in The Theory of Everything, to the boy being thrown into an active volcano (wtf?) at the beginning of Boyhood and Angelina Jolie's portrayal of Rosa Parks in Selma.

Check out the video above to hear the crazy, made-up movie scenarios and to hear the people's reactions. We're not sure which is more entertaining, but we love everything about this clip.
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