Transformers: Age of Extinction Alien sword guns that are giant in size, to be held by giant robots can magically shrink when Mark wants to use one. They also have unlimited ammunition, unlike all the Autobots guns which can run out.
Also, the trigger button to fire the gun just happens to be the perfect size for a human hand. How nice of the giant robot to make it like that! (2) Comments
This one bothered the most, among many other things.
Maleficent When you have your wings cut off, they can be reattached without glue, staples of surgery - but through the power of just because. And apparently those wings decided to wait over sixteen years to fly back to her, and choose not to bother the last time she was in that same room when she was placing her curse. (1) Comments
Maleficent When your wings are stolen, don't bother sending in your tree army to get them back, or turning your pet Raven into a dragon and flying over there to collect them. Just leave them in their unguarded glass display case in the castle, in front of the very large window. (2) Comments
I wanted to LOVE this movie, I was actually excited when the DVD came in from Netflix...I really loved the way the story was being told UNTIL the wings were stolen. I was like...umm...ok, you can do magic, mend broken things, turn ravens to men, regenerate broken trees, but you can't regrow your wings?? Damn.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Attempting to convince your boss and colleagues that you've seen giant humanoid, talking turtles without hard evidence isn't the most brilliant strategy. (1) Comments
Elysium If they were able to reconstruct Kruger after having his entire face blown off, and they're able to cure cancer almost instantly, then it should have been trivial to put Max in a med pod to reanimate him. (2) Comments
Transformers: Age of Extinction When Lockdown wants Optimus, and they have a big scrap where he almost wins. All it takes is a single grenade that kills a human to take the fight out of him, so much that he just lets Optimus drive away without giving any chase what-so-ever. (1) Comments
That didn't make any sense, He turned into the car and still didn't chase them.
Transformers: Age of Extinction A badly damaged Optimus Prime can scan a nearby truck and suddenly he becomes fully healed, clean, gets a fresh paint job and reloaded with ammo in all his guns. (2) Comments
and turn back into the truck everyone knows and recognizes.
Transformers: Age of Extinction So, Optimus, you had a perfectly operational set of rocket boots, which you could've used at any time you wanted to, but didn't feel like using them until it was time to clear an explosion during the last five minutes of the movie? (1) Comments
They were told by the CIA leader it was not an invasion and to stand down. I guess that CIA leader was the most pwerful man on the planet!
Transformers: Age of Extinction Lockdown was the person who killed the dinosaurs, as was shown in the films opening sequence. Not only was there no reason for him to do this, but that makes him over 150,000 years old. He looks good for his age. (2) Comments
Dionsaurs have been wiped out ca. 60 million years ago. For starters its a 6 with seven zeros following. 150,000 years ago my ancestor discovered fire as a result to invent BBQ.
War of the Worlds (2005) An advanced alien civilization supposedly buried its war machines on our planet thousands, maybe even millions of years ago, instead of conquering the planet there and then when mankind was in its infancy. (3) Comments
I think they needed to wait when their planet (Mars) was dying out before they needed to invade Earth, and it just so happened to be dying when humans finally matured from infancy but it's just a theory. :)
Lol, I think they wanted to give us a fighting chance... sorta...
War of the Worlds (2005) Thousand year old machines are better than anything the aliens have today. Aliens buried machines thousands of years ago to use in an invasion. Don't you think the aliens would have developed better machines and technology in a thousand years? That would be like humans burying clubs and spears hundreds of years ago to use in a war today. (3) Comments
maybe the tripod aliens are kinda like the star wars universe, where there is nothing new and improved, and everything is just perfect the way it was first made....and maybe I'm a Chinese jet pilot too.
They were here to kill the dinosaurs, but they were already extinct, so they figured they'd wait around until we had evolved enough to be challenging prey.
Transformers: Age of Extinction You've got the patience of a saint, Cade. Lesser folk would've beat the living shit out of that boyfriend with his "Romeo and Juliet law" card and his constant smack-talking. (4) Comments
X-Men: Days of Future Past Moving at super-speed does not create a vacuum of air or burn the sole of your feet. It can give people whiplash though, which must be prevented because if there is anything worst than a mutant terrorist with superpowers, its a lawyer with a lawsuit against you. (1) Comments
seems his brain and organs would be smashed against his own bones.
X-Men: Days of Future Past Magnetos metal bending powers apparently have a range, as he couldn't use his powers on the metal elevator when locked in the concrete prison. But then he can lift an entire football stadium which was quite a distance away from him, and later lift the X-jet into an army of Sentinels - so which is it? (4) Comments
Magneto Ex Machina. He can feel metal, but his range varies in such extreme ways that you can only consider the screenwriters had to catch up to not break the story by creating plot holes. Keep in mind what he did with the Golden Gate Bridge in X3.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 It's mandatory that in every fight scenes of this movie, magical fences will appear to let the former panicked people enjoy the fight between the villain and hero, instead of running for their lives. (1) Comments