Daz

23rd Sep 2006

V (1984)

The Champion - S2-E14

Plot hole: In the opening scene we see Mike and Kyle driving in the truck. Kyle remarks that Mike has been driving since midnight and it is broad daylight outside. So they have supposedly been driving for several hours. Yet they start talking about their mission as if they have only just got in to the truck. As anyone who has been in that kind of situation knows, everyone always discusses the important stuff at the start of the journey, so it is clear that the scene has been poorly scripted. (00:02:00)

Daz

1st Sep 2006

V (1984)

The Dissident - S2-E8

Plot hole: Daniel is killed by Diana at the end of episode 7, but he reappears at the end of episode 8. (00:45:00)

Daz

27th Aug 2006

V (1984)

The Sanction - S2-E5

Plot hole: Kyle asks Elizabeth how she knocked out the guys at the theater, but he didn't actually see what happened as he was across the street facing away from the theater. And Elizabeth wouldn't have told him as she was trying to keep it a secret. (00:12:30 - 00:20:00)

Daz

27th Aug 2006

V (1984)

The Deception - S2-E4

Plot hole: Ham Tyler doesn't recognise Kyle Bates even though he met him in the internment camp in episode 3. Ham also makes exactly the same remark about Nathan Bates in both episodes. (00:10:30)

Daz

23rd Aug 2006

V (1984)

Dreadnaught - S2-E2

Plot hole: At the press conference Ham Tyler positions himself only a few feet in front of about half a dozen security guards, yet not one of them notices him, even when he starts shooting. (00:35:45)

Daz

21st Jul 2006

American Yakuza (1993)

Plot hole: When the Yakuza are trying to do a deal with the hippy guy in the warehouse, a shootout ensues. The CCTV cameras are right there on the action, zooming in and following people. But who was there to control them, when the camera operator was involved in the shootout? (00:40:00)

Daz

29th Jun 2006

The Hidden (1987)

Plot hole: When Gallagher is trying to kill the senator at the end, he is fired on by his bodyguards. Yet when they finally catch up with him, they're quite content to stand back and watch him torch the senator. One of them even lowers his gun. They couldn't have known Gallagher and the senator were aliens. (01:27:20)

Daz

26th Jun 2006

A.P.E.X. (1994)

Plot hole: When the first sterilisation unit encounters Nicholas in the desert, he commands it to 'cease operation' and it becomes harmless. There was no reason why he couldn't have used the same command later on in the movie when he encountered deadly robots, particularly when one was teleported to the lab. (00:16:40)

Daz

26th Jun 2006

A.P.E.X. (1994)

Plot hole: When Nicholas crosses the timeline into the other 'futuristic' world he becomes Nicholas the tech soldier. Yet when he crosses back into the first timeline (where he's a scientist) he does not adopt the scientist's body. (01:33:40)

Daz

26th Jun 2006

A.P.E.X. (1994)

Plot hole: When the team are trapped in the lab corridor, Nicholas uses the code 90258 to stop the countdown. Trouble is, in that timeline Nicholas was a tech soldier, not a scientist so the code would have been set by someone else, and not by him. His code should never have worked. (00:58:40)

Daz

Plot hole: When the general approaches Steiner in the train yard, he says 'you didn't seem so discriminating a moment ago' implying that he saw Steiner help the Jewish girl onto the train. But this is impossible, as there was a moving train between himself and Steiner when the incident happened. For all he knew Steiner could be blameless. (00:13:00)

Daz

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