Ive got a scene stuck in my head and I cant figure out where I got it from.
A man finishes hammering a plank of wood into the floor of a room (I think its his apartment). The plank of wood is full of nails, most of them poorly hammered into the plank, lots of them sticking out and bent. The plank of wood is next to a door.
The man places a wooden chair between the plank of wood and the door handle to the entrance to his apartment, in this fashion:
Then, the very people the man was hoping to keep out of the room, open the door. Instead of butting up against the chair, the door opens outwards and the chair falls (uselessly) onto the floor.
I think later on somebody trips over the plank that is still in the floor.
I think this is from a movie made in the last 20 years, probably in the last 10 years. The scene was in colour, the language was english, I think the movie originated from America.
I dont remember much about the man who was doing the hammering, just that he was trying to secure the room from unwanted intruders. Don't remember much about the intruders either, my mind focuses mostly on the plank.
I think this could have been a comedy (due to the comical nature of the scene) but it might have been a funny part in a crime film.
Sorry this doesnt narrow it down much. For some reason this scene has been stuckin my head for about a week now and last night I was dreaming it, and it's kinda driving me crazy that I cant remember where this scene came from.