10 Most Unrealistic Things in Movies That Drive Everyone Crazy

Is something that consistently happens in movies and is inaccurate driving you mad? You've got company.

Recently someone asked, “What unrealistic things in movies annoy the heck out of you?” Here are the top-voted responses.

“Someone who works part-time at a Starbucks or Bar or whatever, living in a nice spacious expensive condo in the hippest neighborhood of a big city,” confessed one user. “Unemployed in NYC but lives in a SoHo loft. And that loft is SPOTLESS,” added a second commenter.

Unrealistic Living Situations

“Gunfire in a car or small room without hearing loss is one of the more annoying things,” admitted one user. “Similarly, when they act like silencers make guns silent. Of course, it helps to quiet them, but you would not get away with shooting at each other in a room full of people,” another informed.

Gunfire Woes

“Women who have a full face of makeup immediately after waking up or taking a shower,” one stated. “In movies, women have a full face of makeup in the middle of the apocalypse! Three months into the apocalypse, and ladies still out here with shaved legs and armpits,” joked another.

Full Faces of Makeup

Another person shared, “Characters yanking out IV catheters from their arms in hospital scenes and not bleeding out like a stuck pig. A catheter isn't like a simple needle. It's a much bigger hole in your arm/hand.”

Yanking Out IVs in Hospitals

“When someone immediately bounces back after they've become unconscious. Someone gets hit in the head and passes out? Knock them again and watch them spring back up,” one user joked.

Immediate Bounce Back

“The utter and complete lack of window screens in houses across the US bothers me,” one admitted. “Characters in American movies are always sneaking in and out of houses through windows and never have to deal with window screens.”

Lack of Window Screens

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