When it comes right down to it, no movie is perfect. From beloved classics to industry-changing technological masterpieces, more often than not viewers will be able to suss out one (or more) issues that take them out of the cinematic experience. Plot holes and logic gaps are the usual suspects and movie fans over on Reddit have taken the time to point out some of the worst culprits in well-regarded movies.
Spanning genres, this is a universal problem in the medium, but it doesn't make us love movies any less. This is a collection of plot holes fans pointed out in well-regarded movies. Vote up what you think the worst plot hole is that fans noticed!
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Physics Were Just A Suggestion In 'Gravity'Photo: Gravity / Warner Bros.
- 21,781 VOTES
Maybe Chasing Waterfalls Isn't Such A Bad Idea In 'A Quiet Place'Photo: A Quiet Place / Paramount Pictures
- 31,452 VOTES
That Moment When Something Is *Too* Comic Booky In 'Wonder Woman: 1984'Photo: Wonder Woman: 1984 / Warner Bros.
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A Mass-ive Oversight In The 'Ant-Man' FilmsPhoto: Ant-Man / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
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Universal Programing Languages Are Apparently A Thing In 'Independence Day'Photo: Independence Day / 20th Century Fox
- 61,178 VOTES
A Few Dim Moments Between Worlds In 'Interstellar'Photo: Interstellar / Paramount Pictures