byVerySoon18-01-201910:09 AM - edited 18-01-201905:34 PM
Bad decisions are everywhere. And some of your favourite characters make bad decisions too. But what if you could control them? Check out some of the bad decisions ever made in movie history!
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You've got an enemy in me.
After Buzz introduces himself to the other toys, Woody starts getting jealous of him, feeling as though Andy, his owner, is starting to favour Buzz. Scared that Andy will start picking Buzz over him, Woody decides to try and trap Buzz behind a desk. However, he accidentally pushes him out of a window.
Why could've Woody just have suck it up, act like a normal toy and do nothing? Things would've been much simpler and Buzz would'nt have nearly been blown up by Sid.
The Boy Who Lived. And kept doing dangerous things.
There isn’t a particular incident for this one, but it’s more or less EVERY INCIDENT that happens in all the movies. From the first movie to the last, it always seem as though danger follows Harry. But in actual fact, most of his decision show that Harry’s the one following danger. We get it. YOLO. But atleast try to not get knocked out or faint in one of the movies.
"He touched the butt!"
In the scene before Nemo gets abducted, he’s at school when he and his friends see a boat, which they call a “butt”. Initially saying no after being dared to touched the boat, he then proceed to swim towards it after being lectured by his dad, Marlin. He then touches the boat after being told NOT TO by his dad, before being captured by scuba divers. If only he listened to his dad, then he wouldn’t have to swim through a drain to escape at the end of the movie. Remember kids, listen to your parents.
Worst Decision of 2018
Halfway into the movie, the fight on Titan reaches its climax, with Thanos being held and bound down. They managed to subdue Thanos and are trying their best to remove the Gauntlet. That's when Star-Lord decides to punch Thanos, after learning of Gamora’s fate, and 'accidentally' causing Mantis to lose her grip on Thanos, allowing him to beat all of them.
Star-Lord could have been a hero and saved the universe if he had stuck to the plan. Instead, in a fit of rage, he punched Thanos in the face. Now he is ash, his friends are all ash, half the world is dead, and we had to wait a whole year for Avengers: Endgame. Stick to the plan next time, Star-Lord.
In love with how you taste. Literally,
Bella knew early on that Edward was a vampire. Even before falling in love with him, she already suspected that Edward was not human. After showing off his skills and his ‘sparkling’ body under the sun, Bella STILL decided “Eh, what's the worst thing that could happen if I fall in love with a body thirsty nonhuman?” If only she was holding her own can of Garlic Spray.
The Fellowship of Staying at Home
“One does not simply walk into Mordor. Its black gates are guarded by more than just orcs. There is evil there that does not sleep, and the Great Eye is ever watchful. It is a barren wasteland, riddled with fire and ash and dust, the very air you breathe is a poisonous fume. Not with ten thousand men could you do this. It is folly.” GO HOME FRODO. YOU ALREADY NEARLY DIED. WHY ARE YOU VOLUNTEERING TO THIS?
These are just some of the bad decisions we picked out. What do you think are some of the worst decisions ever made in movie history?