You ever watch a movie, or show, and think something that has little to do with the movie itself, and when you say something to the other people watching, they go, "That's not the point of the movie!" or "Why does it matter!" or "Yeah, but it wouldn't be a movie if they did that!"
When I watched Kill Bill, I thought to myself, how complicated it must be, and how competitive it must be, to work for the Crazy 88's. I mean. You'd have to employ EXACTLY 88 people at all times? Or did they just name themselves that so people would THINK there was really 88 people to potentially ruin their day? Finding 88 people to fight is sorta like having a near company of people.. that's like a small army. I think there's something against raising armies in most countries.. When I voiced these concerns to my friend, she laughed and said that none of that had anything to do with the movie!
Spoiler ahead: In the expendables, I thought how easy it would be if they just dropped a few badass explosives onto the building they meant to explode anyways from the safety of the airplane? The movie would have been over in minutes instead of hours. Which is, I guess, why they didn't.
I also thought, what if Harry Potter's school were real.. and non-magical people were protesting about being discriminated against for not being allowed to join the school and learn as well.
So what movie scenes/plots/characters/storylines make you question it?? I find these pointless trails of thought interesting.