Internet Users Reveal 15 Things That Simply Irritate Them in Movies
While we do enjoy the movies that have been released in the recent years including Disney’s remakes many fans get irritated at the bloopers and mistakes made by directors in the movie. Some are such silly mistakes that are so blatant in nature, it isn’t hard to notice and such bloopers ultimately provide good fodder for the internet trolls and meme makers. Some scenes in fact defy logic and science too and this can be really annoying knowing that movie makers take their audiences for dumbheads. Here is a collection of such scenarios that we might have noticed in movies.
1Cutting out a bullet with no anesthetic
When you suffer a sprain or even a wound, it is so damn painful. Imagine how painful cutting your arm open and extracting a bullet and stitching the wound up soon after? In the movies, all this is done casually by just pouring alcohol on the wound and using a knife. No painkillers needed. In fact, within minutes, it’s all healed. Similarly, a character will fall from the 4th floor, but just get up crack his neck and keep running.
2“Let’s split up to make it easier to kill us.”
How terrible! Haven’t you noticed this is always the case that in the movies when it involves a group either running from something or involved in a gun fight, they must always split up. Even if they are battling aliens, they just have to split up to make themselves easy prey. Or, invariably in a group one character has to get separated from the others.
3When random people start dancing in sync.
This is typical of situations in a movie where characters are in a disco, or in an event. Now in a musical it I understood, but in a regular movie, how on earth can random people suddenly preempt the dance moves of others who they don’t even know and everyone starts dancing in sync.
4“I am annoyed when characters laugh at other movie characters and say, “We’re not in a film.” Really? Where are you then?”
Well there are many people who have made a comment saying why such a question when they are in a film, but to their credit, obviously a film is a depiction of real life and as such, you can’t expect them to acknowledge that yes it’s a film, that would be weird wouldn’t it?
5Women always survive in horror films
Well, isn’t that always the case? If the character is relevant and important to the script, then come hell and she will still be alive. Even if she gets bitten by a croc three or four times, or a dinosaur bites off her arm, it won’t be enough to put her down. After all, it’s up to the director for that isn’t it?