Genius hacks that we learned from TV and movies

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'American Psycho' (2000) - Christian Bale plays a frightening psychopathic banker in this shocking film, but at least we learn something about face care.

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Aftershave - In one robotic ranting monologue,  psychopathic Patrick Bateman speaks about how alcohol in aftershave dries out the skin.

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'Wild' (2014) - Reese Witherspoon starred as a woman who goes on a 1,100 mile solo hike to recover from a recent personal tragedy.

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Footwear - Who would have known all the essentials needed for such a trek, including a good pair of boots with enough room so that your toes can wiggle?

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'The Godfather' (1972) - The 1970s classic mobster movie also had a hack to teach us about making pasta sauce.

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Tomato sauce - In one scene it's uttered that a pinch of sugar should be added to combat the natural bitterness.

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'Up in the Air' (2009) - George Clooney and Anna Kendrick star in this film which teaches us a thing or two about how to efficiently live out of a suitcase.

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Travel light - Checking bags at the airport will cost you around 35 minutes so it's best to travel as light as possible and avoid it.

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'Full House' (1987) - The sitcom followers a widower and his family as he attempts to continue life without his wife.

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Ink stains - At one point, Danny's then-girlfriend works at a laundry and advises him that ink stains can be removed with hair spray, and it actually works! 

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