17 Movies With Plot-Holes So Big, You Can Drive A Truck Through Them

September 17, 2014 | 6 Comments » | Topics: Movies

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  • THRILLHOUSE

    That last picture…genius

  • Medra

    The last one: EPIC

  • Country Singer

    Two words in response to the Dark Knight Rises pic: “John Corzine”

  • Okay, on “The Matrix” thing. You know how Neo walks up on Cypher and asks him if he always view the Matix unencoded, and Cypher is startled and Neo asks if he always looks at it encoded and Cypher says that you have to because “the image translators work for the construct program”? Well, the reason Cypher is startled is because he’s focused on his conversation with Agent Smith. He’s not IN the Matrix, he’s communicating through the console.

    That’s actually a bit of luck for Cypher. If it had been anyone but Neo, it would have been someone who was used to seeing the Matrix encoded and they’d have noticed he was talking to an agent and the betrayal would have been revealed prematurely.

  • Hans Blix

    The “Ghostbusters 2” thing is not a plot hole. Ever heard of a 9/11 truther?

  • Jason

    With respect to the Armageddon one, drilling is part art, learned through years of hands-on experience. Flying a space ship requires training on what button to push when. The physical requirements for drilling are also likely higher than that for an astronaut. So while Bay might have done this for the goldmine of plot cliches, in the real world, you would likely need to train drillers to fly a space ship, as that would take less time than doing it the other way around.