Best comedy movie plot holes of 2005

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Plot hole: Near the end, when Ice asks to say goodbye to the kids in the hotel room, the kids have on their pajamas, yet their luggage was left on the train earlier in the day. It is unlikely that they would have gone to the train station to get their belongings following the chaos of the Christmas party.

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Plot hole: In the end of the movie, when Willy Wonka decides to visit his father, his father does not recognize him until he looks at his "rare teeth." But the wall of newspaper printings that Charlie was looking at included a recent enough picture of Willy that the father would have definitely recognized him, before seeing his teeth, as Willy doesn't look like a normal person with that outfit.

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Plot hole: The entourage of scammers travel about the city at will. One of the group is an internet junkie who always has his laptop in hand and turned on. No matter where they go, in their car, in an old warehouse, etc., they always have an uninterrupted wireless internet connection.

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Plot hole: There is no way Dirk, Al, and Eva could have made it from the top of the fort to their camels, raced cross the desert and then hid themselves in the sand all before the train were to have met them. The train was barely visible when Dirk saw it through the scope which means it was much farther away to begin with.

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Plot hole: How can Valiant have such a hard time lifting the key to rescue Bugsy but easily knock the missiles down, lift the clippers, and push down the lever in the mill?

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Plot hole: In the scene where The Commander and Jetstream are called to fight the giant robot, Will's mom says "What if he forgets his lunch?" In every scene where he's eating lunch at school, Will has a school lunch.

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Plot hole: In the part where Allegra is speaking to Albert in his office doorway and Hitch slips the pen in his pocket, how did he know she looked away? He's behind a solid door.

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Mr. and Mrs. Smith picture

Plot hole: If all the marksman that are chasing Jane and John are professionals then wouldn't at least ONE bullet hit them in a major artery or something? They're all terrible shots.

sunfox35
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Plot hole: When Boingo is going to his lair, he steps onto the cable car with Red's hood on but steps off without it, implying that it's still on the car, but later Granny uses the hood to save Red even though in no way could she have gained possession of it.

dalekanium
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Plot hole: If the creatures are strong enough to simply burst through the walls, as shown at the end of the film, then the creature upstairs should not have been stopped by the small door that Bozo, the bartender and heroine shut on it to stop it. It was one of the larger creatures as well, so it could have easily gotten through.

TedStixon
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Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo picture

Plot hole: Eva has OCD. She states she can't touch doorknobs. When her and Deuce go to the aquarium, he has to open the door because she cant. Yet later in the movie, she opens her front door when Deuce comes to her door.

amycamille1975
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Plot hole: Even if Chicken Little was tagged out when he hit home plate, the game was already tied so his team would still have a chance to win the pennant.

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