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People Are Sharing The Most Unrealistic Things That Happen In Movies, And Every One Makes Sense

“Translating an ancient text, but then it still rhymes.”

Here are just 17 of the responses.

1.

“Women waking up and going to sleep with a full face of makeup.”


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2.

“Blowing up a grainy picture makes it clearer.”


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3.

“When there are two armies marching toward each other in formation, but as soon as the battle starts, it all breaks up into thousands of one-on-one melee duels, completely ignoring the importance of unit cohesion, discipline, training, and morale.”


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4.

“Attorneys pacing around during a trial and attorneys approaching the judge without asking.”


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“My personal favorite is when a new, damning piece of evidence or a witness is presented in the middle of trial to the complete surprise of the opposing party. Like, sorry buddy, but discovery deadline was a month ago. You should know this.”

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5.

“Grip strength. People hanging off anything, one-handed, for long times, holding on to other people, pulling themselves up. General population can’t do a pull up.”


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6.

“Turning on the TV and what they needed to hear is on TV, on the right channel, at the right time.”


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7.

“When people slice the palm of their hand open for a drop of blood. That shit will take FOREVER to heal, just prick your finger, damn.”


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8.

“People googling exactly what’s happening to them and getting the answers they’re looking for. Happens in a lot in scary movies. A house is being haunted by the ghost of a tall man, and the owners google ‘Tall man ghost’ and find exactly the article that explains who the ghost is and what happened to him.”


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9.

“People climbing through ductwork to get in between rooms. Most ducts are not big enough for a person to fit in.”


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10.

“Translating an ancient text, but then it still rhymes.”


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11.

“Any movie where the villain, who is beating the shit out of the hero, decides to brag or monologue before killing them, which gives the hero enough time for a sneak attack or for somebody else to intervene.”


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12.

“Never saying goodbye (or equivalent) when finishing a phone call — they just hang up.”


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“Also, making plans with someone without specifying the time and/or place.”

u/phyxiusone

13.

“There is obviously no coffee in the cup.”


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14.

“Fuckers who yank out their IVs. Tugged on mine once and I fucking cried.”


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15.

“Somebody writing flawless code in 60 seconds.”


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16.

“Blows to the head knocking someone out for exactly as long as is convenient for the plot, with no long-term consequences whatsoever. Even otherwise ‘realistic’ shows and movies are guilty of this. In reality, a blow to the head strong enough to knock you out is likely to cause brain damage or even death.”


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17.

And, “Women shipwrecked, wearing sleeveless tops and not having underarm hair.”


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Note: Answers have been edited for length and/or clarity.

You can read the other responses on Reddit.

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