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This phrase originated when my daughter an I saw the movie Hancock starring Will Smith. The movie is progressing nicely, and inspiring great laughs, when all-of-a-sudden like, the movie goes sideways and there's Egyptian gods and dichotomous entities and other crazy crap.

Thus was coined, the phrase, "...pulled a Hancock"

Which essentially means that everything was great until the writers and/or directors went bat-crap-crazy and sent the story sideways into ludicrous land.
The point in the movie Hancock when Charlize Theron is suddenly some kind of Egyptian god bound to Hancock - this is the point when the story "pulled a Hancock" - and sends him flying out the house (flying as in flung, not of his own volition).
by ThePhyxr January 03, 2012

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