“The parents deciding to each take one twin to raise on different continents and never talk to each other again.”
“In Liar, Liar, Jennifer Tilly’s character gets her way in the divorce despite cheating because she lied about her age, therefore making the prenup null and void. However, this would also nullify the entire marriage, entitling her to nothing.”
“Why would you need the Suicide Squad to save Midway City from Enchantress? As far as you know it won’t require any skills that the military doesn’t have. If it was to cover up government involvement then congratulations, you’ve now got a bunch of criminals who aren’t loyal to you, resent you, and are more likely to try and blackmail or defame you. They’re loose ends. You’ll have to execute them anyway and lose the asset you built.”
“In Season 2 of Dexter, Rita asks Dexter how he knew how much heroin to give her ex-husband and deducts deduces that Dexter himself is a heroin user. Dexter was top of his class in med school and is a forensics guy. I can’t imagine it would be hard for a guy like that to figure it out.”
“In Friends Joey & Chandler watch die hard & refer to it as their favorite movie. In later seasons Rachel dates Paul who is played by Bruce Willis. Despite it being their favorite movie they never thought of mentioning that Paul looked like Bruce Willis.”
“Thanos destroying the stones in Endgame makes ZERO sense, because his logic was that “he did it so that his 50/50 snap can’t be undone by anyone”, but the universe’s population will normalize to the previous amount in just a century or so (which is NOTHING to thanos, considering he is over 1500 years old). Fun fact: Earth’s population in 1920 was 1.9bil. Today (100 years later), it’s over 7bil. So snapping earth’s population to 50% would normalize back to over 7bil in less than 50years.”
“In Now You See Me 2, why and how did the FBI have any jurisdiction in London. Wouldn’t that be more of an Interpol thing? But character continuity right?”
“Madagascar. They give the lion hell for eating animals. In the end, they give him sashimi as a substitute. What, in a world of talking animals, fish aren’t considered animals too?”
“Superman flying upwards at incredible speed to catch a person in free fall would probably cause more damage to the falling person than if they hit the concrete due to the sudden change in velocity”
“Terminator 1. The [email protected]#king Terminator grabs Sarah Conner by the shirt, but lets go of it? Wtf was that? It’s a [email protected]#king robot. As soon as it grabbed Sarah Conner’s shirt a [email protected]#king ‘Don’t let go ever’ program should have started.”
“C3PO, human cyborg relations, is fluent in over 8 million forms of communication and, in fact, was built on Tatooine, yet doesn’t speak Jawa?”
“Every Christmas movie where no one believes in Santa but then it turns out Santa does exist. Like, who did they think was putting presents under the Christmas tree? If Santa is real then it wasn’t them.”
“Shrek 2- How does a donkey [email protected]#k a dragon?”
“If Buzz-lightyear thinks he’s real and not a toy, then why is he motionless and pretending to not be alive, like all the other toys, when Andy plays with him? Wouldn’t he think Andy is some sort of giant alien monster? Woody might have explained to him they need to remain still or something, but we never get an explanation.”
“Mission Impossible 2. The guy is trying to create a cure to all flus. To do this he has to invent super-duper flu. He does and he invents a cure. Then they destroy the cure even though it cures all flus? WTF?”
“There’s one scene in Spiderman 3 that’s never made any sense to me. Peter takes a small sample of the symbiote to one of his college professors so he can get a better idea of what it is. The professor looks at it under a microscope and says “It’s definitely alien. I wouldn’t let any of this stuff touch you.”. That’s it? Proof of alien life bright to you by one of your students and your only takeaway is “Don’t touch it”? That’s [email protected]#king insane.”
“Ocean’s 11. During the blackout scene, there is mad chaos in the casino. People stealing chips and just mass hysteria. Then the team goes to steal the money during the blackout. Afterwards, the lights are back on, and as they walk out of the casino, people in the background act like nothing has happened. No hysteria, just a normal casino with people gambling in a fun and jovial manner.”
“One of my favourite movies but Interstellar. There’s the one planet where the surface is water with huge waves and time moves much slower, so like 5 minutes on that planet is 2 years on earth (or something like that).
Before going down, the scientists discuss how risky this is, as even if they go down to get the earlier astronaut and check the planet out for habitability, years will pass on earth while they’re down there, and earth is running out of time. They are experts in this and they fully understand the time distortion on this planet caused by the black hole it orbits.
HOWEVER, they decide to go anyways because the astronaut that went there to check it out has been sending positive signals about the environment and habitability of the planet for something like 12 years. So OMG we have to go if it’s so good that she’s been there that long and everything is good. Their only concern is about the amount of time that will pass on earth…
After they land, they have this massive realization that it’s just a bunch of shallow water with massive tidal waves every hour or so, and the astronaut they sent there 12 years ago actually just landed like 30 mins ago in her time because of the time distortion and is dead. Then they are like “oh doh we’ve been getting positive signals for 12 years because for her it’s only been 30 mins and she hadn’t been hit by a wave and killed yet – this planet is bad.
The entire rest of the plot is completely dependent on the fact that they get [email protected]#ked by this stop as the ship now has low fuel from orbiting the planet for like 15 years while the others were down there. So the entire movie rests on the idea that a group of the world’s best physicists who had already identified and discussed the time distortion of the planet didn’t connect that to the fact that the “12 years of good signals” actually means less than an hour of good signals because of that very time dilation.”
“If Mulan got sent home for underperforming, there’s no way her Father would have been accepted for training in his condition. He would have been sent home with Honor intact.”