movie poverty

when a character in a film/tv show has little to no income, yet lives in a place that would cost them thousands of dollars in real life. this also applies to material possesions i.e. a character driving a brand new car whilst working as a bouncer at a local bar. the phrase was originally coined by tj kirk a.k.a. the amazing atheist.
person 1: how does patrick swayze’s character in road house afford a mercedes solely by working as a doorman?
person 2: he suffers from movie poverty bro.

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