We all have our favourite films, be they cult classics, major motion pictures or lesser-known indie films. 

Usually we love the way in which these films flow from start to finish, but there are scenes that could have been added that would have made the movie that much funnier or explained something you might be confused about. 

Here we take a look at some deleted scenes from your favourite movies and how they could have added to your fave films. 

Mean Girls (2004)

In this scene, Cady and Damian try to trick Regina into sitting at a faulty table and getting ice cream all over her shirt. It’s one of the hilarious pranks they tried to pull on the Queen of the Plastics which, unfortunately, failed. I think it would have made that montage a little bit funnier. 

Kill Bill Vol 2 (2004)

Remember the part where Bill takes Kiddo to Pai Mei to learn the Five Point Palm Exploding Heart Technique? Well there was a scene just before that which included Michael Jai White defending his master’s honour by trying to kill Bill in an alley. It’s an epic fight scene and is filled with lots of bad 1970s kung fu references. Watch the scene below but be warned, it’s graphic.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011)

If you’ve read the books you’ll know that Tonks and Lupin have a son named Teddy who was born just a few days before the Battle of Hogwarts and that Tonks was supposed to stay with him. The movie doesn’t allude to this, except this one short scene which will make their untimely deaths even harder to deal with.

X-men: First Class (2011)

In a very short deleted scene, Charles Xavier uses his powers to make Erik M. Lehnsherr appear in a dress and wig, turning him into the aptly nicknamed Dragneto. 

Bridesmaids (2011)

This is the original argument scene between Annie and the teenage girl in the jewellery store. It was cut down by about 11 minutes to fit into the film, but the original is hilarious and just a little bit awkward. I still don’t know how they managed to keep straight faces during all of that. 

Titanic (1997)

A very sweet scene where Jack and Rose talk about shooting stars and the endless possibilities of the universe.

Mrs Doubtfire (1993)

We know the film as a mostly happy comedy, but there are two scenes, however, that will break your heart as it shows how the children were affected by their parents’ divorce. 

The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

This scene changes the dynamic between Andy and Miranda completely and I, for one, am glad it got left out because it changes so much. Imagine Miranda saying 'thank you' to Andy?! It’s just too strange to comprehend.

Dirty Dancing (1987)

There’s actually quite a long sequence of scenes here that could have made this movie very different. Like Baby’s parents are actually given a back story so you know why exactly they’re against her and Johnny getting together and you get to see more of Lisa and how spoilt she really is.