Last Sunday, Twitter user @jazz_inmypants kicked off a thread asking the community to share movie details that bothered them that simply are not talked about enough. He first shared his own: “naming the ant in A Bugs Life ‘Flick’ is super insensitive to ants that have died from flicking. It’s like if they named Bambi Shotgun.”
everyone please share something that bothered u about a movie that isn’t talked about enough.— average joe (@jazz_inmypants) June 23, 2019
i’ll go first.
naming the ant in bugs life “Flick” is super insensitive to ants that have died from flicking. it’s like if they named bambi “Shotgun”
Average Joe’s tweet garnered thousands of illuminating replies from folks who were BOTHERED by some BOTHERSOME movie details!!!. Here are 31 of the best.
In The Santa Clause, parents don’t believe in Santa, despite the fact that Santa exists. Where do they think all these presents come from?
— Keaton Howard, Kissing Enthusiast (@EvilKeaton) June 23, 2019
in the lion king simba keeps saying he can’t wait to be king then he becomes king and moves to the forest to eat bugs with a capybara
— mate (@AlwaysAButt) June 23, 2019
jason from friday the 13th was 11 when he drowned so he should’ve been an 11 year old serial killer in all the sequels!!! that would’ve been sick
— haley🍃🌩⚰️ (@hp91825) June 23, 2019
Weekend at Bernie’s. How TF didn’t anyone smell a dead body over the entire weekend
— Kenwyn Davids (@kenwyntheking) June 23, 2019
In the parent trap, the fact that the parents were just okay with splitting up their kids and never seeing the other one ever again??
— Kara Gillespie (@KGillespie2198) June 23, 2019
Willy Wonka – The poor mom slaving away for years doing laundry for a living while caring for all of the bedridden grandparents only to find out that Grandpa Joe was perfectly capable to bound out of bed and head off with Charlie after he won the Golden ticket.
— Sonya Duren (@SonyaDuren) June 23, 2019
Grease is a movie that’s message is change yourself so other cool people will like you.
— 🌸ShastaFeye🌸 (@badgalshasta) June 23, 2019
In Disney animated movies, the main character has an American accent, the bad guy has an English accent, and everyone else has the accent of the country it’s set in.
— Kyle 🌱 (@KylePlantEmoji) June 23, 2019
Patrick Swayze’s character in Dirty Dancing being into under age girls
— K Ball-Ache (@dr_ballache) June 23, 2019
Beauty and the Beast (1991) – How does Belle’s village support such an extensive bookstore when she’s the only reader in town and she doesn’t even pay for her book?
— LifesABeach (@lbeach5885) June 23, 2019
Jenny kept her son a secret from Forrest Gump for three years, knowing he’s the father and only contacted him after she’d been diagnosed with an incurable disease.
— DOM (@domjohn55) June 24, 2019
In Shrek the Third it is heavily implied that Shrek and Fiona had sex and I would rather it not be
— 🏳️🌈🖤Allen Allen💜🏳️🌈 (@ItsAllenAllen) June 23, 2019
In the Polar Express, Billy (the poor kid) finds his present in the workshop that is going to be his FIRST CHRISTMAS GIFT EVER, meaning 1 of 2 things:
1. Sweet, shy Billy has always been on the naughty list
2. Poor kids don’t typically get presents from Santa Claus
— 𝓂𝒶𝓉𝓉 (@MattyC_1995) June 24, 2019
Matthew McConaughey’s character in “interstellar” just ignored his son entirely and focused on his daughter instead
— Mark Anthony (@therealquillboy) June 23, 2019
how they gonna say that the wizard of oz is a classic when they did that basic 4th grade writing trick of “aNd It WaS All JuST a DrEaM” like fuck off.
i wanted to believe witches and munchkins are real. why would they do that to us? who decided that shit? i just wanna talk
— Caroline (@car0liineee) June 23, 2019
Were Westley’s nipple cups in the pit of despair in Princess Bride absolutely necessary?
— Mr. Higgins~totally not an alien in a skin suit. (@TheGFEwebcomic) June 23, 2019
17. (The fish should be below the waterline, in other words, you should only see the air in the top of the bags…right??)
This disregard of gravity… pic.twitter.com/IdNX4zBSuV
— Jen (@jshamsmith) June 23, 2019
in sky high, during those stupid PE hero/villan exams they literally try and kill each other and no teacher tries to stop them, and shouldnt kids that play the villain role be sent to counciling???? or locked up?? or at least TALKED to??
— Smolie (@GivesGoodSucc) June 23, 2019
Endgame Spoilers: That a rat is the only way in 14,000,000 different realities that the universe could be saved. pic.twitter.com/lOnjbN25wG
— Roberta™ (@robertatrash) June 23, 2019
In Lion King There are no other males in Mufasa’s pride, so the super sexy Can You Feel the Love Tonight scene is between siblings.
— Childish Flambino™ (@professorxavi) June 23, 2019
I always wondered how Batman got back to Gotham in the Dark Knight Rises. He crawled out of a hole in the middle of the desert with no money and no ID and suddenly just pops back up in Gotham which is under fascist rule at the time?
— the drake gatsby 💊 (@DrakeGatsby) June 23, 2019
this part in beauty and the beast has never left my mind. it’s what I see when I have sleep paralysis, it is the worst thing my eyes have beheld pic.twitter.com/u7aT3g7JPo
— c l a i r e (@clairegurholt) June 23, 2019
Nate from The Devil Wears Prada is a Chef—one of the most time-demanding careers out there—and instead of understanding Andy’s late nights, and dedication to an equally time-demanding job that’d land her in her dream career, he threw pity parties left and right.
— nat (@nataliesdilemma) June 23, 2019
The Bellas should not have won in the second Pitch Perfect.
— Tory Harrington (@ToryHarrington) June 23, 2019
Both Stuart Little and Ratatouille star small rodents with an expected lifespan of 12-24 months. Stuart would have died in the orphanage and Remy would have never lived to see his own restaurant.
— Nils Thomassen (@nils_thomassen) June 23, 2019
Clueless………she ends up with her step brother????? Literally no one else is ever weirded out by this??????
— strega nona (@stephferrari_) June 24, 2019
In Endgame when they had Thanos and were trying to pull the Infinity Gauntlet off his hand, instead of Dr Strange making a portal above his head for Mantis to jump through to make him sleep, he could have just lowered that portal over Thanos’ head and closed it, decapitating him.
— Galactic Fleet Cmdr (@NSAtookmyID) June 24, 2019
The first Harry Potter movie Hagrid goes and gets Harry on his birthday (July 31) and the next day sends him on the train to Hogwarts when school doesn’t start until September and students arrive the day or two before classes start
— Mary (@marystjohn25) June 23, 2019
In Toy Story, Buzz doesn’t think he’s a toy. However, he flops whenever humans enter a room, which is a voluntary toy rule, which they break in front of Sid. If he thought he was a space ranger, he wouldn’t flop.
— Christy Hurt (@ProfChristyHurt) June 24, 2019
they called the now you see me sequel now you see me 2 instead of now you don’t 😀
— reeb (@_reebeecca_) June 23, 2019
no one EVER questioned the fact that siblings Ryan and Sharpay were repeatedly cast as leads in High School Musical even though most shows have the leads in some sort of romantic relationship
— Abby Clark (@vball_abby) June 23, 2019
In Love Actually, Liam Neeson “knows a short cut” to Heathrow, to allow his son to say hello to his crush. By the time they get there, she’s about to board a flight to the USA. The so called “short cut” cost them two hours minimum. https://t.co/tORr0xDCaX
— Paul Sinha (@paulsinha) June 24, 2019