In every Christmas movie where Santa is real but no one believes in him, who do the parents think is putting these gifts they didn't buy under their Christmas tree?
Did 9/11 happen in the Cars universe? The thing I really like about Planes is that we learn that WWII happened in the Cars universe. Which means there was a Cars Hitler, a Cars holocaust, a Cars Pacific War, a Cars D-Day, a Cars nuking of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, a Cars Rape of Nanking, a Cars Battle of Iwo Jima... This leads to so many important questions, like: were the Cars Little Boy and Fat Man nukes sentient? Was it a suicide mission? Are ALL Cars nuclear weapons sentient? Did Tsar Bomba have a personality? What kind of car was Car Hitler? A VW? A forklift? Was there a Cars 9/11? Were the planes hijacked, or were the planes themselves radicalized? I could go on.
So mankind is dying out, crippled by a global disease, and the only way they can find a cure is to build a humongous city sized maze to test teenagers' intelligence? Where did they get all that steel? And with humanity falling apart, who built it? A freaking maze?
At the end of Space Jam Michael Jordan leaves the ground at half court but it only counts as a 2-point shot even though no part of him or the players that are blatantly fouling him are within the 3-point line. The final score should be 79-77 TuneSquad, not 78-77.
Yo you know what's screwed up? Harry Potter is balling. They show him in Gringotts in the first movie and he's got stacks on deck. Galleons for days. Literally a warren buffet lookin man, while his homeboy Ron lives in abject poverty. He buys his friendship with candy in that "we'll take the lot" move on the train which was really just him flaunting his bills. Then in the second movie, Ron's got a screwed up wand after he saves Harry's butt and gets him to school and Harry doesn't do anything about it. That's a serious issue that could be life threatening and Harry never thinks to buy his only friend in the whole world a wand despite the fact that he's got bill gates wealth. He's just like "sorry man I guess you gotta throw up slugs for the rest of the semester."
The T-rex door in Jurassic World.
What possible purpose could there be for putting a door to the Rex pen right in the middle of the shopping area of the park where hundreds or thousands of people are located at any given time of day?
When would you ever even think about opening that door?
One of the primary drives for the plot is that they need "New and exciting" dinosaurs to draw in more visitors, because apparently attendance numbers are dipping. It's why they make the super murder dino.
The problem I have with this concept is there is NO WAY IN HELL THAT PLACE ISN'T BOOKED SOLID FOR YEARS! Disneyland manages to stay profitable and they don't have a monopoly on ACTUAL LIVE DINOSAURS! That park would have attracted the richest vacationers from around the world.
They have a giant murder croc! Freaking SeaWorld killer whales drew crowds for generations, and they were not 100ft long assistant murderers.
They have those orb things which apparently allow people to actually DRIVE AROUND to see dinosaurs on their own. That ride alone people would pay THOUSANDS of dollars for, hell they already DO for safaris in Africa and THOSE DON'T HAVE DINOSAURS!
To top it all off, it's clearly a tropical island resort. The kind that draws millions of tourists each year without ANY DINOSAURS AT ALL! "Hey babe, want to take our honeymoon at the tropical resort that also features the chance to see ACTUAL LIVE DINOSAURS?!" HECK YES YOU DO!
There are literally more people who would want to go to that park than that place could possibly sustain. Their issue would not be "We need to genetically engineer new super killer dinos to get more tourists". It would be "We're out of land space, How do we build floating luxury hotels so we can cram more people into our park?!"
The T Rex in Jurassic Park runs nearly as fast as a jeep, but the one in Jurassic World runs slower than an exhausted woman in totally indestructible heels.
In the original Terminator it's stated that only organic matter can travel through time, hence the T-800's living tissue over robotic endoskeleton. But if the T-1000 is purely a mimetic poly-alloy, how did it travel back in time?
The idea that you can have planes circling Dulles for over an hour that "don't have enough fuel to reach another airport" is ludicrous.
National is 40 miles away.
When Paul Walker goes to Vin Diesel's house party in "The Fast And Furious", they're playing "I Got H*es" by Ludacris on the stereo. But in 2 Fast 2 Furious, Ludacris appears as the street racer, Tej Parker. So in the Fast and Furious Universe, who sang "I Got H*es"? Was it Ludacris? Does Ludacris exist?
What happened to the super villains? Seriously, with heroes gone villains should have taken over the world easily.
The whole secret assassin business was really cool and interesting at first but as the movie progressed, the more you wonder... is it really secret? Is there anyone who isn't an assassin? why is no one reacting when people are killing each other in bright daylight??? Why does a single drink cost a gold coin? Who does Wick's hair? It's fabulous.
Anna's frost-sickness-thing can only be cured by an act of true love.
Back at the castle, Olaf sits with her near the fire and she says, "You'll melt."
He responds, "Some people are worth melting for."
Olaf is knowingly and voluntarily killing himself just so that his friend doesn't feel alone during her time of need.
How in the heck does that not constitute an act of true love??
Where WAS his super suit?
In the bee movie they give honey back to the bees in the wild, despite them never taking honey from the wild bees.
I am a huge fan but I gotta say that quidditch is absolutely pointless. 99% of game time action is dedicated to scoring the quaffle for 10 points per score. Meanwhile the game doesn't end until one team's seeker catches the snitch for 150 points. Why would a team ever even attempt to catch the snitch if they were down 150 points? Assuming that the majority of games are somewhat competitive, with scores within a 150 point difference, the entire game is pointless besides the two teams seekers. Imagine Barcelona is up 14-0 to Real Madrid. Cristiano Ronaldo catches a firefly in his bare hands and the game is effectively over giving Real Madrid the win.
If Buzz Lightyear really thought he was a spaceman, he wouldn't have stopped moving when Andy was on all sides.
BB8 is a "rare" droid. He sticks out like a sore thumb. He's the reason they get spotted a dozen times: they don't make bags in the SW universe? Spray paint? Boxes? Wagons? No way to keep him out of sight?
The weapon that vaporizes water. It's supposed to be used on the train to emit the drugs all around Gotham. It's shown blowing up pipes and vaporizing water on a massive scale. Humans are mostly made up a water and yet they stand next to it and nothing happens. Always irked me.
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