It's the natural thing to do - come out of the cinema, process what you've just sat through for the last two hours, talk it over with your film-viewing companion and decide whether it was an afternoon well spent. If its a negative outcome, then it tends to get put to the back of your head, but a yay to your film would leave you more inclined to share your experience with others - perhaps going into school or the office to give your verdict and prevail upon others to go see it themselves. And you will feel good, and you will feel happy, and you will divulge in your pleasant cinematic memory... ... and then it will strike you. You could be lying in bed or sat on the toilet, commuting to work or doing a crossword. You'll realise that the film you so thoroughly enjoyed, actually had no right in being a film at all - or at best, a film that could have been over in fifteen minutes. One, simple, logical question could unravel the stitches of the hand-crafted movie quilt. Something you hadn't thought before, spawned from lazy writing or a poor plot device, a concept that was, in hindsight, utterly absurd or a combination of the whole three. Or arguably worse, it could be fairly inconsequential to the overall plot, but serves still to taint the image of perfection. The story still works but there's that one little nugget that remains stupid... It truly is a dampening moment and one that Hollywood has forced upon us all too often. In this article I look at some of the most glaringly obvious questions that filmmakers have just hoped no one will ask. Well I'm sorry... I just can't keep quiet! *Note to the Reader* Whilst I maintain that all the questions featured in this article are valid to their respective movies, they should be taken as a little tongue-in-cheek. I don't wish to upset or offend and will gladly await responses in the comment section - but please, do not burst a blood vessel at my apparent movie ignorance! Please enjoy..