There are many movies these days with plot holes in them, such as:
- The Maze Runner:
the Gladers making their escape into the maze to get out, most run into the maze after the Thomas-Gally encounter, unarmed, the very next scene is they run around a corner in the maze and they are all suddenly armed-no explanation there.
It's established that to enter the Matrix, you need an 'operator' in the real world to dial you in and out...so who dialed Cypher when he met with Smith and betrayed the group?
- The Butterfly Effect:
Ashton Kutcher's goes momentarliy back in time to inflict wounds on his palms in order to convince he is Jesus or something so as to obtain his help. The idea is that the wound simply appear on his palms in front of his cell mate.
Of course this makes no sense in light of the titular butterfly effect-i.e: altering the past in any small way affects everything from that point forward, often drastically, even if he actually ended up in the same prison in the same tme and place, he'd already had the wounds the whole time in his cell mate's memory.
These three movies are good eamples and all have plot holes in them.
Even with professional editing and proof watching, why are there so many plot holes in so many movies these days?