Film industry is an interesting place. But wait, is every thing that goes around there has any thing to do with logic? Or do you think that they represent the utmost reality?
Well movies do portray our surroundings and they do highlight the issues faced by one, but do not take them seriously because the real world out there contradicts with every thing a film industry represents.
Below are the seven of the biggest misconceptions that you created while watching movies and believe me they are false.
People will wait their turn to attack you: Just because you know karate doesn’t mean that the whole mob won’t beat you down at once.
Silencers suppress gun noise: This only happen in movies because If you think that a silencer can suppress the sound of firing then you’ve never been an assassin.
Turning blurry images in clear’s one: If the image was blurry when you were zoomed out, it will be even more blurry or even impossible to visualize when you zoom in.
Sneaking around guards using vents: Hollywood makes it seem like vents are clean, spacious, and have nothing in them except for crawl space.
Chloroform works in seconds: It takes more like several minutes of non-stop exposure.
Impact of bullet: Off-course not they don’t make you go flying. Bullets don’t do that. Sometimes, you won’t even know you were shot at first.