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10 Plot Holes In Major Marvel Movies That Turn Blockbusters Into Embarrassing Comedies

10 Plot Holes In Major Marvel Movies That Turn Blockbusters Into Embarrassing Comedies

Photo source: Still from the movie “Iron Man”

10 Plot Holes In Major Marvel Movies That Turn Blockbusters Into Embarrassing Comedies

Photo source: Still from the movie “Iron Man”

I can’t even believe that films with such a budget can get away with such blunders.

Since 2008, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has presented viewers with a whopping 33 full-length superhero films, each of which can be found with a dozen glaring plot flaws and blemishes that are unacceptable to Hollywood. But we decided to select only the most egregious of them.

In the very first Iron Man, Tony Stark collected his first suit while imprisoned in Afghanistan. The only resources available were ordinary iron plates several meters thick, which could not withstand shots from Kalashnikov assault rifles in any way, which Stark did not seem to notice at all.

In the sequel, Stark spends almost the entire film looking for a non-toxic reactor for his suit, but Lieutenant Colonel Rhodes’ iron suit already has one installed – the props masters were ahead of their time. Steve Rogers in The First Avenger could easily survive by jumping out of a plane and securing the controls with improvised means. Self-sacrifice for the sake of self-sacrifice.

Wanda and Quicksilver rightly despise Tony Stark, but once they meet in Age of Ultron, the twins merely induce hallucinations in him and let him go in peace. What about retaliation?

In Ant-Man, zoologists were confused by an insect the size of a dog. Such a large ant would not survive due to the lack of lungs. In the second Guardians of the Galaxy, Yondu admits to Rocket that he tracked their ship using a beacon installed in the first part, but the plane has since been completely reassembled after the explosion.

Finally, in Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter Parker gives his fancy glasses to Mysterio almost at the first meeting. Didn’t his spider sense tell him he’d met an inveterate villain?

Earlier we talked about Robert Downey Jr.’s willingness. to return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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