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Estelle 6 month s ago
#3 is pure BS!
NASA uses that film for initial training of students/future astronauts and so far they have found some 167+ errors in the script.

Look at Russia the first time they wouldnt pay for auto docking at the space station and the pilots crashed into it. Didnt they train for that big time and yet still failed???
So an oilrigger with 14days of training would ace that?
       
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Dorcus 6 month s ago
Estelle, Ben Affleck asked Michael Bay that question, and Bay told him to shut the F--- up. lol
       
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Estelle 6 month s ago
#6 Geese have been sucked into engines at some 8kilometers~26k+feet so a bird can survive that height! Can an ork using non gunpowder appliances propel any kind of projectile to that height? I think not ;-)
       
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Pam 6 month s ago
"Independence Day" - there was a scene, stupidly cut, that explained most o our modern tech was based on analysis of the craft that crashed. That's why the virus works on the alien's tech.
"Armageddon" - yes, NASA/ESA/Russians call in mission specialists, but these are trained over months, not a few days...
       
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Martin 6 month s ago
Pam, that’s kind of assumed about Independence Day, right? They had the craft for many years. Obviously it would have been studied intensely.
       
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Hugh 6 month s ago
#8 Gold is among the most malleable metals, if not the most malleable.
       
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Bab 6 month s ago
Hugh,
It's a mistranslation from the original. It should have been a type of fur, not glass or gold.
       
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Conrad 6 month s ago
Bab,
Yes, front the French: "Pantoufle de vair", vair was a type of squirrel whose fur was rare and expensive. verre (glass) being an homonym, one can see why they got confused. Personally, I wouldn't want a breakable shoe that could cause a serious hemorrhage if it broke, but that just me.
       
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Conrad 6 month s ago
The biggest plot hole in Home Alone is the police coming at the door and leaving, like "Oh well, a kid disappear, who cares, let's go get some donuts for the squad". The parents would have given them permission to enter and they would search the house.
       
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Bab 6 month s ago
For Citizen Kane, there is a deleted scene that mentions a nurse being in the room.
       
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Eliza 6 month s ago
#25 A scene that was cut from the movie explains that our computer technology is reverse enginered from the original alien spacecraft.
       
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Tibbie 6 month s ago
Hate to nitpick, but at least some of those were not really explained, but people drew conclusions that sound more or less valid...
       
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Athy 6 month s ago
#19. Johny, a few minutes before (in "you're the best around" montage) kicks an opponent on the head also and gets the point.
       
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Stephen 6 month s ago
almost all of these explanations are cr#p, or just made up by fans trying to justify stupid cr#p in a film. Some are just flat wrong.
       
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Penny 6 month s ago
I think a bigger plot hole in little mermaid is why didn't she communicate with Eric by writing on a piece of paper? She signed her name on the contract for goodness sake.
       
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Richie 6 month s ago
Penny,
Penny out here askin the real questions!
       
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Ambrose 6 month s ago
#4 myth busters tried this one. They could have survived both if they put their life wests under the door.
       
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Junie 6 month s ago
Ambrose,

What normal person would think to do that in that moment, though?
       
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Prudence 6 month s ago
People DID teleport around in game of thrones. After the book material ran out, the show runners put zero effort into applying any type of logic or consistency to what characters were where and when.

It isn't just time elapsing. Many times, massive distances were traveled while something else was happening.

For example, how the hell did gendry go send a message to dany across the continent and have her show up in time to save the day in the middle of a battle?

I have no problem suspending my disbelief plenty, but that's just insulting to the viewer.
       
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"How Does A Human-Made Virus Work On Alien-Made Technology In Independence Day (1996)?"

"Everyone jokes about the alien mothership not having anti-virus, but why would they? They're a hivemind species that communicates telepathically, and they seem to have an extremely high level of social cohesion. Computer viruses aren't like actual viruses. They're not naturally occurring; humans created them because humans are malicious towards each other. It's entirely possible an alien species that uses telepathy to communicate wouldn't even concieve of such a thing, and it doesn't seem likely that any of the species they've faced thus far have given them reason to consider it. Plus, even if they did have such defenses, at that point Jeff Goldblum has a direct hardline connection anyway."

 

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