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The most unrealistic movie I have ever seen would have to be Harry potter.... A Ginger with 2 friends? please... like that would ever happen.






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[quote name='Aergan' timestamp='1359405509' post='595486026']
Battle LA.

and I agree with BlendedFrog - first time I have actually stopped watching a sci-fi half way in out of sheer boredom.
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Whole heartily agree on that movie. That movie was nothing more than an army/marines recruiting video in disguise (FYI I have nothing against the army or marines).

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[size=4][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]Just what do you mean by unrealistic? Something that isn't real or doesn't exist, or something that is portrayed in an unrealistic manner?[/font][/size]

[size=4][font=arial,helvetica,sans-serif]The Lord of the Rings films are unrealistic because they're fantasy, but it's portrayed in a realistic manner such that your brain can accept that what you're watching is happening and you can "get into it." What I just describe[/font][/size]d is "[url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suspension_of_disbelief"]Suspension of disbelief[/url]." You do this every time you watch a movie (for most of the movie anyway) and every time you read a work of fiction.

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Back to the Future Part II.

Hey it's only 2 years away, where's my portable fusion reactor and hovercar?? :p

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The ones where they fire like 1000 rounds without reloading and the ones where when they get shot they go flying backwards. Pretty much every movie..

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Every movie is unrealistic, it's just a matter of degree. If movies were truly realistic, they would be completely boring, just like our everyday lives.

They're intentional made to be unrealistic to entice people into buying tickets. It's called an imagination, and that is what fuels blockbusters.

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If by unrealistic you meant the least likely to be real plot, I would say The Man from Earth or Cabin in the Woods. I loved both, though.

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