10 Deleted Movie Scenes That Would Have Fixed Plot Holes
Why on Earth didn’t they leave these scenes in the movie?
From pre-production to post-production movies are constantly changing. Scripts change, stories change, and budgets change, all having an effect on the final outcome of a movie. To help reduce runtimes, some movies eliminate scenes which slow plots down or create issues with the flow of the movie. In some cases these deleted scenes could have explained a lot of random plot holes that have really bugged people over the years.
For example, in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Finn is very quick to quit his duties as a Stormtrooper, but the final decision showcased a much darker plot than many fans realize. In the Goonies, every thought Data was talking nonsense when he mentioned battling a giant octopus, but the scene turned out to be true and was a rare deleted scene from the movie. In Independence Day, Jeff Goldblum’s character can somehow miraculously hack an alien ship, but a deleted scenes gets into the more specific details of how the process was completed. Star Trek sees the character attack Captain Kirk’s father the day he is born and then he disappears for several years. In Lord of the Rings, one character flip-flops his motives so much, but a deleted scene reveals his father’s deep-rooted evil. Groundhog Day may have had a very different opening involving a huge curse instead of showcasing the tragic day to day life Bill Murray suffers through in the film. Watch to see all these plot holes filled by deleted scenes and several others from your favorite Blockbuster movies!
STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS
LORD OF THE RINGS: THE TWO TOWERS
RETURN OF THE JEDI
HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS
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