11 Dumb Choices Movie Characters Made That Are So Infuriating

Have you ever felt like stepping inside your TV screen to tell some movie characters the right thing to do? Well, we often feel the same. Some characters play so dumbly that they invite trouble on themselves and often even end up dying.

Take a look at some of the absolute dumbest thing a movie character has ever done

In Jurassic Park, when the first T-Rex escaped, Lex stupidly decided to shine a giant flashlight and give up her hiding spot, instead of trying to lay low.

In Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, when Snow White played it dumb by eating an apple with a literal skull on it from a complete stranger who was super invested in how Snow White was alone.

In Big Hero 6, when Tadashi made a dumb move to run into the building that was completely engulfed in flames and full of dangerous chemicals.

In Star Wars: A New Hope, when Darth Vader spent decades building the $852 quadrillion Death Star, something that could be easily destroyed by a single Star Fighter in one shot.

In Avengers: Infinity War, when the Avengers were in the middle of removing the Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos’s hand, but Star-Lord ruined everything because he couldn’t ignore his feelings for five seconds.

In A Quiet Place, when the parents were super lax with their kids and both walked in front of them, despite there being killer monsters that attacked anyone who made noise.

In The Witches, That random woman dumbly decided to take a nap on the top of a cliff, leaving her unattended baby in a stroller that was pointed directly toward the ledge.

Peter was a little too gullible in Spider-Man: Far from Home, He gave EDITH to Mysterio, despite only knowing him for a few days and Tony giving very specific instructions to keep it to himself.

 In Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, It wasn’t smart of Ron and Hermione to have a passionate make-out session while Hogwarts was being attacked by every evil creature in the Wizarding World.

In I Know What You Did Last Summer when Helen could have easily escaped her death when she was literally six feet from a crowded area. However, she decided to stop, turn around, and look back at the dark alley she was escaping from, giving the killer enough time to catch up to her and murder her.

11) In Uncut Gems, it was too dumb of Howard to lock Phil in his bulletproof container for hours and then choose to let him go when the basketball game gets over as if nothing would go wrong.





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Written by Muneer

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