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Some people don't deserve access to Sci-fi, or fantasy for that matter. Everyone has thoughts about how unlikely parts are in films, but keep them to yourself, at least until the film is over

I went to see the Jurassic World movie with some friends and their friends, one of my friends friends got so fed up with the inaccuracy of it, he throws the popcorn on the ground.

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Some people don't deserve access to Sci-fi, or fantasy for that matter. Everyone has thoughts about how unlikely parts are in films, but keep them to yourself, at least until the film is over

Also a warning to those who haven't seen it, lower in the comments some twat has spoiled it, so don't scroll down

Cheers for the warning

Honestly it's called science-FICTION for a reason.

And sadly, I'm one of those people who pick apart movies for scientific and physical impossibilities... Though throw in magic and all of that goes out the window with wind magic under it.

he does have a point. science fiction movies are a little inaccurate, unrealistic or just plain silly even by current scientific standards. but i just ignore em all for a good show. :)

We need more people like you. Starting with OP's brother

Of course it's inaccurate that is why it's called science 'fiction' you fiction meaning to make it up.

Took the words right out of my mouth, 27. The key word here is "fiction."

That's almost as bad as the people who clap during movies. Just gives you more reason to see it again!

When I saw it. The guy behind me kept saying what he would have done in each situation.

I saw it and this guy next to me clapped over all the dialogue whenever a classic character showed up.

When I saw it, clapping only happened in the theater when Han Solo and Chewbacca appeared.

I had a pretty good theater group when I saw it, we all ooed and clapped and laughed at good points during the film. The two biggest times we all freaked the fuck out was over the Millennium Falcon and when Ray found Luke's Lightsaber. The rest of the time, everything got appropriate reactions.

What if they actually hire people to be loud eaters/talkers/etc. in the movies to force you to watch it again?

I went to see the Jurassic World movie with some friends and their friends, one of my friends friends got so fed up with the inaccuracy of it, he throws the popcorn on the ground.

Well that's a waste of $50

Your friend probably didn't listen to Wu explaining that the Dinosaurs weren't real Dinosaurs, made to entertain, not to be accurate, then.

It may not be realistic, but it's not necessarily impossible...yet. The future of DNA technology and technology in general ceases to amaze me.

Well come on, that movie was ridiculous. Especially since it's supposed to be set in modern day. At least Star Wars happened "a long long time ago in a galaxy far far away"

Time to disown him forever.

Though he's not wrong, it is just a movie. Most movies are improbable, so he should know he can enjoy them regardless. Sorry you couldn't enjoy yourself, op.

Sorry that he might of ruin Star Wars for you OP. I consider it in the middle of my favorite Star Wars movies behind #6, and #5 being the best.

people who talk during movies in general are annoying anyway -_- Nevermind the fact that they're insulting a movie you're probably enjoying. Guess you won't be taking him to any more movies..

That is why it's called Science Fiction. Heavy on the fiction.

Hell, Star Wars almost completely disregards the science, so it's more along the lines of a space fantasy film, if anything.

sadly yes