Plot Holes/Shit that didn't make sense in Films

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  • lighthearted26lighthearted26 Posts: 1,295
    Wrong turn 4. They lock the hillbillies up in a jail cell at one point but decide not to set them on fire, instead leaving them there alive. I know horror movies have stupid shit all the time but this one took the cake. Stupidest shit I ever seen in any scary movie.
  • Dr.ChemixDr.Chemix Posts: 10,212
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    lmfao! me and the wifey were talking about this not too long ago. No way in hell I would have sat in that cold ass water till I died.

  • 1CK1S1CK1S Posts: 8,057
    KingJamal wrote: »
    -In Hancock they send Hancock to prison with a bunch of prisoners he put away. Umm they know he is damn near invincible so why would they try to gang up and fight him lol

    That's not really a hole in the story that's just the prisoners being stupid!!!

  • In Your Moms RoomIn Your Moms Room Posts: 7,161
    edited April 2012
    Rocky 4. It didn't slow like a movie should. It was like a bunch of random sceens just put together.
  • CopperCopper Posts: 30,380
    Wrong turn 4. They lock the hillbillies up in a jail cell at one point but decide not to set them on fire, instead leaving them there alive. I know horror movies have stupid shit all the time but this one took the cake. Stupidest shit I ever seen in any scary movie.

    smh @ u watching wrong turn 4...u get that out the 5 dollar bin at walmart?
  • Max.Max. Posts: 13,521
    I havent even seen wrong turn 2 lol.

    N c/s i ihate that scene in saving p ryan..dude get stabbed like a bitch..

    N starship troopers i coulda sworn theres 2 versions of the original maybe in trippn but the bitch that sprung off rico she dies in one..I needa re watch it..i might be wrong..
  • KingJamalKingJamal Posts: 20,667
    icks86 wrote: »
    KingJamal wrote: »
    -In Hancock they send Hancock to prison with a bunch of prisoners he put away. Umm they know he is damn near invincible so why would they try to gang up and fight him lol

    That's not really a hole in the story that's just the prisoners being stupid!!!
    Read the thread title bruh
  • KingJamalKingJamal Posts: 20,667
    Max-b wrote: »
    I havent even seen wrong turn 2 lol.

    N c/s i ihate that scene in saving p ryan..dude get stabbed like a bitch..

    N starship troopers i coulda sworn theres 2 versions of the original maybe in trippn but the bitch that sprung off rico she dies in one..I needa re watch it..i might be wrong..

    She does die. Thats the only version I know of.
  • In spider-man 2 several people see dude with his mask off and not one person tries to blackmail him?!?! FOH!
  • KingJamalKingJamal Posts: 20,667
    edited April 2012
    In spider-man 2 several people see dude with his mask off and not one person tries to blackmail him?!?! FOH!

    hahahahaha

    But its not like they knew his name was peter parker or knew who he was. And I don't think anyone took a picture of him either.
  • hueyhuey Posts: 8,493
    Knowing his powers, how fast and strong he is, would u blackmail spiderman? He would just hang u from a skyscraper or someshit
  • Loo.LooLoo.Loo Posts: 682
    "Law Abiding Citizen" was full of plotholes

    1. How did dude know what cell (or jail) he'd be put in. (He would sneak out every night and kill ppl, that would take MONTHS of planning and an inside connection)

    2. Jamie Foxx played a DA. Yet he was running around town like a detective doing policework and shit.

    3. The final scene, Jamie Foxx puts the bomb BACK in dudes cell, then walks off all slow and cool. Again, Foxx is a DA, not a bomb expert. How the FUCK would he know how much time he'd have before the bomb exploded. How would he know how big the explosion would be (for all he knew, it could have killed EVERYONE in the building -- including him).

    Can't remember the other plot holes but there were ALOT.
  • freehuey89 wrote: »
    Knowing his powers, how fast and strong he is, would u blackmail spiderman? He would just hang u from a skyscraper or someshit

    Dark Knight theory...good point.
  • lighthearted26lighthearted26 Posts: 1,295
    @copper I actually got it from redbox
    And no lie the opening scene to that movie was dope as hell. If the entire movie had been like that it would have been better.

    @loo loo I thought it was weird that the lawyers were waiting for something to happen and it didn't so they go jump in their cars. I know the bombs were supposedly in the gas tanks but a true bomb expert would have found that shit.
  • KingJamalKingJamal Posts: 20,667
    edited April 2012
    Just saw "I spit on your grave"

    Ummm damn

    Edit: I posted this in the wrong thread. I shoulda posted this in my horror movie thread.
  • DWODWO Posts: 39,826
    just watched abyss for the first time as an adult.....


    ayo..how nobody ain't beat james cameron the fuck up yet... that ending was just ignorant...wtf?? can they please explain something???

  • blackrainblackrain Posts: 16,976
    Loo.Loo wrote: »
    "Law Abiding Citizen" was full of plotholes

    1. How did dude know what cell (or jail) he'd be put in. (He would sneak out every night and kill ppl, that would take MONTHS of planning and an inside connection)

    2. Jamie Foxx played a DA. Yet he was running around town like a detective doing policework and shit.

    3. The final scene, Jamie Foxx puts the bomb BACK in dudes cell, then walks off all slow and cool. Again, Foxx is a DA, not a bomb expert. How the FUCK would he know how much time he'd have before the bomb exploded. How would he know how big the explosion would be (for all he knew, it could have killed EVERYONE in the building -- including him).

    Can't remember the other plot holes but there were ALOT.

    I asked that question first time I saw the movie...person I was watching it with said I was expecting too much realism lol
  • bankrupt ballerbankrupt baller Posts: 12,917
    rip.dilla wrote: »
    Inception

    perception it can give you grey hairs and then some
    inception are you living a dream or living in one - joey the don

    sorry i just had to say that..;..back on topic
  • BK ProductBK Product Posts: 1,923
    Loo.Loo wrote: »
    "Law Abiding Citizen" was full of plotholes

    1. How did dude know what cell (or jail) he'd be put in. (He would sneak out every night and kill ppl, that would take MONTHS of planning and an inside connection)

    2. Jamie Foxx played a DA. Yet he was running around town like a detective doing policework and shit.

    3. The final scene, Jamie Foxx puts the bomb BACK in dudes cell, then walks off all slow and cool. Again, Foxx is a DA, not a bomb expert. How the FUCK would he know how much time he'd have before the bomb exploded. How would he know how big the explosion would be (for all he knew, it could have killed EVERYONE in the building -- including him).

    Can't remember the other plot holes but there were ALOT.

    1. i think they tried explaining it when they talked to that guy in the underpass and he said Dude is a tactician brillaint genius killer blah blah, basically he planned to be in there. He killed his cellmate so he could get to solitary confinement.. and i may be wrong about this but in the tunnel he built i think it had access to multiple cells.

    2. spot on

    3. your expecting to much realism lol
  • BK ProductBK Product Posts: 1,923
    Listen, Training Day is probably in my top 3 movies of all time.

    I watched that movie maybe close to 40 times.

    But I keep asking myself questions about certain scenes and happenings in the movie that I've always felt could have been scripted better.

    Let me begin:

    - When Jake froze up in Roger's house, not once but twice.. by not taking the money claiming he only "cashes in LAPD checks", and then when he refused to shoot Roger after Alonzo told him to. Why didnt Alonzo right then and there end his life? Why did he allow Jake to take his own gun, point it in his face with all his boys in the room, and order them not to shoot Jake? And to make things even more confusing, first thing Alonzo does when he hops in his car after that scene, is you see him on the phone with the Mexican, and he says very clearly "make sure that bathtub is clean".. meaning kill Jake and wash away the evidence.

    - When Jake makes it out of the Mexican house alive, comes back all the way back to Nickerson Gardens looking for Alonzo.. he manages to find him, only for Alonzo to escape through the back window. Then, once they are on the roof, Alonzo gets the upper hand and beats Jake to sleep. But he lets him live. Why? After all the shit Alonzo put him through, wasnt he scared that Jake might wake up and regain conciousness and then snitch? Why not kill him once and for all and get rid of him?


    Right now I cant think of my other issues with the storyline, but I have two or three more issues with the plot.

    It just makes no sense that Alonzo let him live inside Rogers house. Why? Jake already clearly showed he was not going to be lured into becoming dirty.

    i think the simple answer is that if he killed him then the movie is over essentially. best i could come with.
  • KNiGHTSKNiGHTS Posts: 2,994
    Listen, Training Day is probably in my top 3 movies of all time.

    I watched that movie maybe close to 40 times.

    But I keep asking myself questions about certain scenes and happenings in the movie that I've always felt could have been scripted better.

    Let me begin:

    - When Jake froze up in Roger's house, not once but twice.. by not taking the money claiming he only "cashes in LAPD checks", and then when he refused to shoot Roger after Alonzo told him to. Why didnt Alonzo right then and there end his life? Why did he allow Jake to take his own gun, point it in his face with all his boys in the room, and order them not to shoot Jake? And to make things even more confusing, first thing Alonzo does when he hops in his car after that scene, is you see him on the phone with the Mexican, and he says very clearly "make sure that bathtub is clean".. meaning kill Jake and wash away the evidence.

    - When Jake makes it out of the Mexican house alive, comes back all the way back to Nickerson Gardens looking for Alonzo.. he manages to find him, only for Alonzo to escape through the back window. Then, once they are on the roof, Alonzo gets the upper hand and beats Jake to sleep. But he lets him live. Why? After all the shit Alonzo put him through, wasnt he scared that Jake might wake up and regain conciousness and then snitch? Why not kill him once and for all and get rid of him?


    Right now I cant think of my other issues with the storyline, but I have two or three more issues with the plot.

    It just makes no sense that Alonzo let him live inside Rogers house. Why? Jake already clearly showed he was not going to be lured into becoming dirty.

    You have to watch the DVD with the Director's Commentary turned on. Fuqua explains that Jake is the cop Alonzo would've been had he not been brought up by a racist FTO (Field Training Officer). He also points out that Alonzo actually does give Jake real advice and genuine moments of concern; he's just in a fucked up position with the Russians, so his life-or-death situation supersedes all the good-guy intentions he has about Jake. They even show in the deleted scenes Alonzo explaining one of the fucked up moments to Jake, if I recall.
  • elgatoelgato Posts: 98
    The fight scenes in Kill Bill and 30 Days of Night (or any other fight scene where it's 20 vs. 1).

    When 20 people have one person surrounded, why do they attack the person one by one. If all 20 of you jumped the person at the same time, you'd win. But no, instead for some dumb reason (better yet, for theatrical purposes), they let 1 person attack at a time. And then all 20 end up dead.

    How the hell can Uma Therman's character beat up the entire Crazy 88 squad? There were like 200 of them. And they never jumped her. They just approached her 1 by 1. When one got killed, then the next one would attack. So unrealistic.

    And how come 20 vampires can't kill one guy (Josh Hartnett)?
  • smittysmithsmittysmith Posts: 6,741
    The dogs in "Day After Tommorrow". Made no damn sense at all.

    The ending to Matrix Reloaded. Niggas was in the theatre like "da fuck???".

    Several more I can't think of at the moment...

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