The most absurd theories of cinema

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The most absurd theories of cinema
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What if Grease's argument was nothing more (and nothing less) than Sandy's dream? What if the endearing characters of SpongeBob are the result of nuclear tests? What if Alfred, Batman's butler, was actually his biological father? Is RoboCop an American Jesus Christ of the twentieth century? When the plot of a movie has holes or the official version does not convince viewers, many begin to speculate with possible theories that explain what the film does not respond to. Or, they simply seek to find the cat's three legs in each movie they visualize.

The imaginative minds of fans of movies and television series are a dangerous machine capable of ruining the image you had of your favorite characters with their absurd and absurd theories. Although, in some cases, these theories are so elaborate and make so much sense that they could even be true.

Let's go there!

TOP 10:

Sean Connery is James Bond in The Rock

Sean Connery is James Bond in The Rock
If we hold on to the theory that James Bond is a code name and that the agents we have met through the movies are different people as well as the actors who play them, there is a somewhat ridiculous theory that says that the character Sean Connery in La Roca is a former 007 agent. John Mason would be the real name of this James Bond who was imprisoned in Alcatraz for 30 years accused of being a British government spy. Mason was the only one capable of escaping Alcatraz alive and now the FBI requires his services to get him back in prison with Stanley Goodspeed (Nicolas Cage) to save some hostages.

TOP 9:

Doc tries to commit suicide in Back to the Future

Doc tries to commit suicide in Back to the Future
Doc, a mad scientist who has dedicated his entire life to creating quirky inventions that never work, invents a time machine: A Delorean that transports its passengers to any date of the past or future. However, one theory suggests that poor Doc is trying to commit suicide in the scene where he tests the time machine. He is tired of his life and deeply disappointed because all his inventions have been a total failure, so he decides to end his life by trying the Delorean and crashing it against himself. In addition, Doc's madman not only pretends that Delorean will run him over, but also Marty, so he grabs him so he doesn't escape. Finally, Doc does not achieve his suicide goal, but he makes his time machine work. See video by clicking here: VIDEO


TOP 8:

Chewbacca and R2-D2 are rebel secret agents

Chewbacca and R2-D2 are rebel secret agents
Why in episode IV of the Star Wars saga (the first film that was filmed, in 1977) C-3PO ignores everything that happened in the previous films? Because Bail Organa reset the android causing all his memories to be removed. However, there is a much more elaborate theory, since it is clear that erasing the memory of the androids does not make much sense, after all, R2-D2 and C-3PO had witnessed the birth of the Galactic Empire first hand Why eliminate such valuable information? According to this theory, R2-D2 should have convinced Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi not to erase their memory; However, C-3PO was not so lucky. During the 20 years or so, between The Revenge of the Sith (episode III) and A New Hope (episode IV), C-3PO and R2 traveled in disguise and were faithful to the Rebels. In addition, R2 was in constant communication with the Rebel Alliance without the rivals knowing. And there is more: Chewbacca and Yoda are good friends, moreover, Chewie was a high-ranking warrior during Kashyyyk's defense. So why do you leave everything to live with the smuggler Han Solo? Because Yoda, who was hiding on her particular planet, needed Chewbacca to be her eyes and ears. The theory also says that Chewacca convinces Han to work for Jabba the Hutt and thus be able to visit Tatooine, the planet where Luke Skywalker, the son of the evil Darth Vader, lives frequently.

TOP 7:

Marsellus Wallace's suitcase in Pulp Fiction contains his own soul

Marsellus Wallace's suitcase in Pulp Fiction contains his own soul
What did Marsellus Wallace's golden suitcase contain in Pupl Fiction? While it is true that it matters little to enjoy the film, many fans speculate on the possibility that Wallace's soul contains. Theory tells that Marsellus Wallace (Ving Rhames) sold his soul to the devil and sent Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) and Vincent (John Travolta) to retrieve it. Why does this make sense? Remember the mysterious orange glow that illuminates Vincent's face when they are the suitcase. This theory also makes sense because Jules and Vincent survive the shots and because of the adhesive band that Wallace has on the back of the neck. One more reason? The numerical code to open the suitcase is 666.

TOP 6:

Alfred is the biological father of Bruce Wayne

Alfred is the biological father of Bruce Wayne
And more theories about Batman: Alfred is excessively helpful, faithful and protective of Bruce Wayne to be a simple butler, even trying to educate and guide him in life. Why do you act that way? Some fans suggest that, in reality, Alfred is Wayne's biological father, which would explain the steward's great attachment to Gotham's hero and how the bond between them narrows even more after the murder of Wayne's parents. Of course, this theory has not been elaborated either, since nobody would like to imagine the good of Alfred sharing a bed with Martha. But, who knows, Alfred spent so much time in the Wayne mansion, the father was a businessman who traveled often ... It could be.


TOP 5:

RoboCop is Jesus Christ

RoboCop is Jesus Christ
An unjustly executed man who comes back to life as a savior of a dying world. No, it is not about Jesus Christ, but about Robocop, the hero of the 1987 action movie whose story reminds us of the very son of God. In the film, Alex Murphy is violently murdered while patrolling the streets of the city of Detroit and is resurrected as a half-human and half-robot being who will take care of Detroit while saving the lives of its inhabitants. There is even a scene where RoboCop is seen walking on very shallow waters, giving the impression of being walking on the waters. The film's director, Paul Verhoeven, validates this theory, and he also calls Rocbocop the "American Jesus."

TOP 4:

James Bond is a code name

James Bond is a code name
This perfectly valid theory suggests that James Bond is not the real name of agent 007, but a code name - like that of M or Q - used by MI6 and that it is transmitted from agent to agent over time. With Daniel Craig we witnessed the beginning of his career, and with Sean Connery that of his end. This would make sense to why this character never ages, while others like M do. Moreover, the agent is not always the same age in the movies. In addition, each James Bond has different physical characteristics and behaves differently according to the actor that gives it life. And nobody would say that Sean Connery's James Bond or Daniel Craig's are the same person.

TOP 3:

SpongeBob characters are the result of nuclear tests

SpongeBob characters are the result of nuclear tests
A talking sponge that lives in a pineapple at the bottom of the sea and works making hamburgers for a greedy and grumpy crab? Yes, well, they are cartoons; everything is possible. But what if it was really something that is happening? According to a theory published in Reddit and that makes a lot of sense, the cartoon series could be the portrait of the consequences of the launch of atomic bombs at Bikini Bottom, scene of the series. The radiation exposure would have caused the living beings living in the area to have mutated, becoming the strange beings that star in the series (that would explain why the hell a crab has a whale for a daughter). Moreover, the strange unnatural phenomena that occur in the series could also be caused by radiation, such as pineapples growing under the sea, for example. But, there is still more: Real-life Bikini Bottom is in the Bikini Atoll, in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, according to the official Nickelodeon synopsis; and it is in that place where the US government. UU. He blew up two atomic bombs between 1946 and 1958, one of which exploded underwater.


TOP 2:

Joker is a war veteran

Joker is a war veteran
If there is a character that we will all remember from the movie Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan it is not the hero Batman, but the charismatic villain Joker, played by Heath Ledger. However, just as we do know the past of the batman, we know little about this wild evildoer, such as how the scars on his face were made, which he repeatedly asks his victims but never reveals. Many of the film's fans think that the Joker was actually a veteran of the Iraq or Afghanistan war and that he suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder. What are the evidences that support this theory? During the second half of the movie, the Joker tells Harvey Dent a story about a truck full of soldiers flying through the air. He could have been one of the survivors of that explosion. That also explains why the character hates the system and why he is so skilled with explosives and perfectly manages the bazooka or the automatic assault rifle he drives in the film.

TOP 1:

Grease is a fantasy of Sandy before drowning

Grease is a fantasy of Sandy before drowning
How the hell is it possible for a car to fly in 1978? Yes, we refer to the red convertible that has been flying the characters of Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta at the end of the Grease movie. The answer to the unknown is very simple: in reality nothing that the film tells us happened, but everything is an illusion of Sandy, the character of Newton-John. The archifamous celluloid couple met on a beach, as the song “Summer Nights” tells, and in that song, Danny Zuko, a character from Travolta, also tells how he saved Sandy from drowning. But, the truth is that, in fact, poor Sandy did drown and the whole movie is a creation of the girl's oxygen-free brain shortly before drowning. The flying red car would suggest Sandy's journey from the world of the living to the dead.

This list shows the most absurd theories that many movie fans have formulated. Which ones do you find most curious? Comment with your opinion and comings.