Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Fantastic Four (2015) Plot Holes

Plot Hole: When the military went to the other dimension and found Victor, he suddenly had a shawl on that he wasn't wearing when he was left behind originally. Where did it come from?

Plot Hole #2: When Victor escaped from the restraining bed, he wasn't wearing anything. However, Victor walks into the dimensional machine and comes back out wearing the shawl again. This makes no sense as earlier when he was brought to the facility he was wearing the shawl while being carried on the stretcher. This likely would mean the shawl was either confiscated or it was back the room he just escaped from and not on board the machine.

What Doesn't Make Sense: Toward the end of the movie, Victor kills Johnny and Sue's dad Franklin Storm. After the Fantastic Four defeat Victor, they seem to all but forget that their dad was just murdered. Johnny attempts to name the new headquarters after Franklin Storm, but Sue mentions that he wasn't one for wanting his name used that way. They then proceed to joke about what to name their newly formed team and then the movie ends. There is no funeral, no grieving or anything. It was odd that no one seemed to care about losing their father and mentor.

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood Plot Holes

Plot Hole: In every episode of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood, Daniel asks the viewers "Hey, do you want to make-believe with me?" (and then Daniel imagines some sort of scenario). This make no sense as the viewer is already make-believing as Daniel himself is not real and merely a figment of Mr. Roger's and the viewers imagination. How can Daniel make-believe when he himself is not real? 

Sunday, May 25, 2014

Rocky Balboa Plot Holes

Plot Hole: In Rocky V, it was discovered that Rocky had sustained significant brain damage from his fight with Ivan Drago that forced him to retire prematurely. Yet, in Rocky VI aka Rocky Balboa, Rocky comes out of retirement and is given a fresh boxing license. Humorously, his brain damage is never mentioned in Rocky VI, and the only reason he had difficulty obtaining his license was due to his age. Clearly the boxing commission should have denied him based on the fact that he had serious brain damage.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Jack the Giant Slayer Plot Holes

Plot Hole: When Jack saved the princess from the men in the market place, why didn't the princess say anything to Elmont about the men trying to rob and rape her?

Plot Hole: When the Giants were trying to get into the castle, how did they have the strength to uproot trees from the ground and throw them over the castle walls, yet struggled to overpower the human soldiers for control of the draw bridge?

Monday, May 12, 2014

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze Plot Holes

Plot Hole: How did Shredder survive being crushed by a trash compactor at the end of the first movie?

What doesn't make sense: If Shredder survived being crushed in a trash compactor, how did he die when a few pieces of wood fell on him?

Sunday, May 11, 2014

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Plot Holes

In Season 2 Episode 18 "Profit and Loss", at the end of the episode Quark convinces Odo to help Natima and her students escape. Before Quark can finish helping Natima and the students escape, Garak cuts them off at the airlock. Garak claims he must kill Quark and Natima and her students, but before he can fellow Cardassian Toran appears and decides he is going to kill Natima and her students himself. Toran claims he was just using Garak. Garak then shoots and completely vaporizes Toran.

Plot Hole: Garak vaporized Toran, and nothing becomes of it. Think about it. Garak murdered Toran. Isn't it weird that no one on the space station picked up weapons fire on the station? Also, the Cardassians didn't seem to notice or care that one of their own was murdered on a Bajoran space station? This story arc would never fly on Star Trek: TNG. You can't even fire a phaser on that ship without setting off the sensors. It should also be noted that Odo freeing the Cardassian rebels just because Quark begged him was a complete contradiction of Odo's already established "unbreakable" long arm of the law persona.

What doesn't make sense about DS9: Deep Space Nine completely contradicts the entire general premise of the Star Trek franchise. The premise of the franchise is "to seek out new life and new civilizations" and "to boldly go where no man has gone before", yet DS9 centers on a stationary object that doesn't go anywhere - a space station.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Delivery Man Plot Holes

In Delivery Man, David finds Kristen (one of his children that he's never met) out on the balcony of her apartment talking on her cell phone. Outside the building, a pizza delivery guy has arrived. David presumably pays the pizza guy and takes the pizza up to Kristen's apartment. When David comes in Kristen yells that the money is on the table and that she is 4 dollars short.

Plot Hole: How did David know that Kristen had ordered the pizza?