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When you’re watching a movie, you want to be in the moment. But all of a sudden, BOOM — something so unrealistic happens that you’re pulled out of the experience and immediately hate the whole film. So that you can steel yourself if you ever happen to watch any of these flicks, here are some of the least grounded parts of movies, from the unrealistic to the ridiculously unrealistic:

6. Any family from any Paranormal Activity

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Now, I personally would never mess with some demon ghost supernatural voodoo, and neither would any other reasonable person on the planet. That makes the most unrealistic things about the Paranormal Activity movies (other than the possession stuff) is that a family would stay in a clearly haunted house for more than a week. These people have children to look after — once a pan starts moving by itself, they should’ve booked it the hell out of there. But no, these people stayed while their baby went missing and their kitchen attacked them. At that point, they deserved a poltergeist attack.

5. This scene from this movie you’ve never heard of called Alluda Mazaaka…!


This iconic scene is from the 1995 Indian film called Alluda Mazaaka…!. Don’t worry if you’ve never heard of it — this is the only noteworthy scene in the entire film. The dude on the horse was framed for killing a police officer and sentenced to death. He escaped though, and as you can see, slides under a truck, ON THE HORSE’S BACK. This is probably the most life-changing 16 seconds I have ever watched/ Thank you, ’90s Indian film.

 

4. The Anne Frank house kiss in The Fault in Our Stars

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Kissing in the Anne Frank house isn’t unrealistic, but the fact that people started clapping and cheering them on? Crazy unrealistic. Not only is a make out sesh in the middle of the home where Anne Frank was captured super disrespectful, but it’s also real weird. What is it about reaching an old attic after a million step-long climb that made them all sweaty and out of breath that made them want to swap spit? All I know is if I saw people playing tongue twister, I would not cheer them on.

3. How long Forrest Gump was waiting for his bus

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You’re telling me Forrest Gump was able to tell the story of meeting Elvis, having a million dollar shrimp company, running across the country, all before his bus came? In real life, the public transportation system seems to be on time for the most part, and we watched two hours of this guy’s life? Poor Forrest.=

2. Practically everything that happens in 50 Shades of Grey

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Lets break this horrible movie down piece by piece: it’s technically realistic in that it could happen — maybe there really is a millionaire out there with a lot of time on his hands who takes interest in the plain girls who interview him. But how does Mr. Grey run a multi-million dollar company and have all this time to fly out to stalk his girlfriend/not girlfriend? Also, why does Anastasia still show interest in Christian even after he stalks her at work and all the way to her childhood home? GOD I hate this movie.

1. This other scene from this other movie you’ve never heard of called Kareteci Kiz


This scene is from a Turkish movie from the ’70s called Kareteci Kiz (which translates to “Karate Girl”). This movie, like all movies 40 years ago, is awfully hilarious. From the action scenes to the death scenes to the acting, it’s all horrible. In this scene, a guy gets shot and dies for a full on-screen minute , and that minute is as overly-dramatic as possible. It’s probably the best thing I’ve ever seen, right next to the man sliding under a truck on a horse. All I have to say is, watch these videos.

The 6 Most Unrealistic Things From Supposedly Realistic Movies

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