Another Top 10 Movies with Bogus Science
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Movies featuring science that is completely ridiculous in real life, these films played fast and loose the laws of physics, energy, and just about everything else. WatchMojo presents Another Top 10 Examples of Bogus Science in movies. But what will take the top spot? A Volcano spontaneously forming and erupting in Los Angeles, the noise of space battles, or Indiana Jones Surviving a Nuclear Explosion by hiding inside a fridge? Watch to find out!

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01:04 #10. Using Humans as an Energy Source in “The Matrix” (1999)
02:09 #9. Getting from the Hubble Space Telescope to the ISS in “Gravity” (2013)
03:09 #8. Ant-Man’s Inconsistent Weight in “Ant-Man” (2015)
04:30 #7. Microwave Emitter in “Batman Begins” (2005)
05:41 #6. Neutrinos Melting the Earth’s Core in “2012” (2009)
06:37 #5. Curving a Bullet in “Wanted” (2008)
07:42 #4. Martian Sandstorm in “The Martian” (2015)
08:53 #3, #2, #1 ????

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11 COMMENTS

  1. God for once can’t we just enjoy a movie rather than making these stupid
    nitpicking list really stretching here watchmojo smfh 😡

  2. What if watch mojo did a top 10 list of the best top ten lists of all time.
    It would be like a top 10 within a top ten

  3. Oh my god, it’s almost as if these science *fiction* films were… how do
    you call it? y’know not realistic… can’t remember the word right now…
    bummer.

    • You are whining about atoms in a universe full of aliens, giants,
      “mutants”, gods from ancient mythos and talking ducks, trees and raccoons.

  4. Star Wars is a fictional universe. That enough means you shouldn’t even
    bother mentioning science in it. If you want to talk about Science for
    movies based on Earth then yeah I can see it even though with Super Hero
    stuff you shouldn’t expect it to be realistic at all. I mean that is why
    they are movies so we can get away from reality. I just hope that people
    don’t actually care about such small details in a film. As long as the
    story and the characters are good who cares if the impossible happens in a
    fictional movie. Also in Star Trek there is sound in space as well so
    people who claim it’s only Star Wars need to shut up.

  5. The end of Dante’s Peak they survive a pyroclastic flow from the volcano by
    driving into a mine shaft, however the severe heat and lack of oxygen would
    have resulted in them being roasted.

  6. does the sound in space thing really matter? if you didn’t hear the “pew
    pew”, it would be soooooo boring.

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