Hopefully, proper planning can prevent this from happening. I could provide some of the biggest plot holes here, but that might ruin the experience of the movie for you. That’s the last thing I want. I’ll tell you, “Looper“ had one hell of a plot hole that left me cringing. Time travel is my favorite thing, and it was an amazing movie otherwise, but I couldn’t watch it seriously after I came to the realization.
Here’s an article on 10 ways to deal with those dreadful things:
Ten Steps to Fill Plot Holes
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Thanks for stopping by! A few things about me. I've been an L.A. local for my whole life, and I spend my days working here at front desk of theOffice. My number one goal here is to fill this blog feed full of things that will motivate and inspire writers, and to give you all an occasional laugh. I'm a lover of science and technology, geek culture, and video games. If anything inspires you as a writer, I'd love to hear about it!
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