Halloween: H20

Plot hole: Since this was to be the last Halloween movie, there is still a major plot hole with the way things went to make Halloween Resurrection. Yes, Michael switched outfits with the paramedic. In Resurrection, one of the nurses says, "Well, why didn't the paramedic say something?" She responds that his windpipe was crushed. Yes, this prevents him from speaking, but it doesn't prevent him from taking off the mask, proving it's not Michael.

amycamille1975
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Suggested correction: With everything that happened to the paramedic wouldn't you think it's possible that he was quite a bit disoriented? It's not surprising that it would never occur to him to take the mask of if he's groggy from the ordeal.

dewinela

Plot hole: At the end of the film all the police and ambulance vehicles manage to get into the school, but earlier Keri/Laurie smashed the mechanism that opens the gate.

cameron davies

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