Oh, just look at any science fiction movie or series, there isn't a single one that isn't filled to the brim with incredible and unrealistic stuff.
Almost all science fiction series and movies that involve space pretend that you can hear sound in space. "SWOOSH", a large asteroid goes through space. "ROARRR", a space ship fires up its engines. One movie in which there was deliberately no sound in space to make it more realistic is "2001: A Space Odyssey".
HEHEHEHEHE I saw south indian superstar Rajnikant's movie where He killed 2 men with a single bullet by cutting this bullets into two pieces with help of a shaving razor..Also in bollywood a Hero called Mithun.. where he killed approx 100 men with 6 bullet revolver while this 100 men's are keeping AK-47 or some kind of machine gun with them....Totally non sense...Well also saw such things in many hollywood movies also where the leading star like Arnold, Vam dam, Sylvester etc comes immortal and in the end save United States Of America with millions of terrorist... God bless them
I'm sure you've heard the term, but back in my theatre days, we called it "willful suspension of disbelief". I know that spaceships don't/won't/can't actually fly like an airplane. I know they make no noise. I know that pandas, tigers, and snakes can't talk. I know ogres, trolls, hobbits and orcs don't exist. I am sure (ok...somewhat sure) that I am not plugged into a giant computer and experiencing life through some kind of virtual reality as my body produces electricity.
But I also don't care for that 120 minutes (give or take) during the movie, or 30-60 minutes of a TV show.
My wife is STILL mad at me over something that happened almost ten years ago. We were at Walt Disney World, and saw some cool effect. She said "I wonder how they do that...", and I, as a former theatre technician, told her exactly what the trick was. She hit me and said "The PROPER answer is DISNEY MAGIC".
So now I don't tell her how they do stuff.
and she still (sometimes) gets mad.
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Movies, and all works of fiction, are allowed to create their own internal logic, which might be very different from the real world. Readers or viewers have to accept these differences to enjoy the work. That's what's meant by willing suspension of disbelief, and covers things like talking animals, flying cars, and superheroes. However, if the work doesn't stay consistent to its own internal logic, many readers and viewers justifiably feel betrayed. So, to take a famous example from my youth, Superman flying is fine, but when Superman flies so fast that he causes the world to turn backwards (when he earlier had trouble catching up to a missile), and that somehow causes time to go backwards, and he doesn't even bother to re-save all people that would have become un-saved, then we have a problem.
He could go faster when flying backwards around the world because he was more EMOTIONALLY involved, what with Lois Lane being dead and all. Catching up to the missile was only for faceless strangers. No emotional attachment there.