I hate to admit this, but I didn’t know any of these movie myths were myths until I saw these images. I am one to point out mistakes and misinformation in movies quite a lot. I have a useless arsenal of military facts and regulations in my brain.
I’m always pointing that stuff out in movies but I never knew any of this stuff. Like did you know there are several miles of vacuum between asteroids in an asteroid belt? Star Trek lied to me. I can’t believe that. All this time, all the suspense was a lie. What am I supposed to do now? This list has probably ruined every movie I’ll ever see again. I will forever be reminded that most of it is fake. Wait. They’re movies so they’re obviously fake. Maybe I can let it go this one time. Take a look at these busted movie myths. Did you know any of this stuff? Leave your thoughts in the comments section.
1: Shooting two guns at the same time looks cool, but pretty much impossible to aim at two different targets
Movie myths 2: Pulling out a grande pin with your teeth is much harder than you think
3: If you’re planning on kidnapping someone with chloroform, maybe it’s best to knock them out first
4: Why do movies tell us you have to wait 24 hours before reporting a missing person?! That’s a lie
5: Takes the whole part of the navigating through the asteroid field of all Sci-fi movies
6: Tracing a phone call takes more time than you think
Movie myths 7: You need a big ass gun to shoot down a door lock
8: Full series are now gone, never watching CSI again, NEVER!
9: Silencers are not really that quite, think twice before using one
10: Drowning persons have trouble breathing and usually just struggle for air
11: This makes a lot of sense, another lie by the movies
12: WHAT?! So what was all these saving lives in the last minute scenes in ER and all other medical shows?
I am shocked by these movie myths! Let’s share this thing so others could know this