Worst Movie Plots That Shouldn’t Exist



In Avengers: Endgame, Steve Rogers should NOT have gone back in time to be with Peggy Carter!

We asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us which movie plots they wish could be deleted from the films entirely. Here are the best results.

🚨 Spoilers ahead, people! 🚨

1.

In Avengers: Endgame, when Steve Rogers went back in time to be with Peggy, even though he knew that she already had a great life and was happily married to someone else.


Marvel

“I still don’t get why Steve decided to stay in the past and abandon all of his friends, just so he could marry a woman who already had a new love. It just felt extremely out of character to me and a massive step backwards in his character development.”

—beyourowndensity

2.

In Love, Simon, when Leah had a crush on Simon and later used it as an excuse to be mad at him for not coming out to her first.


20th Century Fox

“Leah having a crush on Simon was so unnecessary. This plot (which wasn’t in the book) added nothing substantial to the movie, and it ruined Leah’s character. And then she had the nerve to question why Simon came out to Abby first, instead of her.”

—rachelc43

3.

In Never Been Kissed, when Rob, a 23-year-old man, pretended to be in high school and then dated a 16-year-old student throughout the movie.


20th Century Fox

“When everyone found out that he was actually in his 20s, they decided to forgive him by offering him a job as the assistant baseball coach. Like, what???”

—spenceralthouse

4.

In Batman v Superman, when the two superheroes spent the whole movie trying to murder each other, but then they instantly reconciled their differences after learning that both of their moms were named Martha.


DC

“Your mom’s name is Martha? That means we must be friends!”

—ravneetp

5.

In Kingsman: The Golden Circle, when the fate of the world was literally in Eggsy’s hands because he had to put a tracking device up a woman’s vagina.


20th Century Fox

“There were a lot of problems with the Kingsman sequel (like when they killed their one interesting female character in the first five minutes), but the worst part was that Eggsy’s only way to plant a tracker on a woman was by misleading her into having sex, because the tracker would only work if it was placed up her vagina. And then we’re supposed to feel bad for HIM?! Then they gave us a literal tour of her vagina. Didn’t feel like my body was being exploited for this film at all! The whole thing was out of character, lazy writing, and gross.”

—llin422

6.

In Booksmart, when Miss Fine showed up to the house party, drank with the underage students, and even slept with one.


United Artists Releasing

“This romance subplot was completely unnecessary. It added nothing, and it was just so inappropriate. It was just gross and a weird plot choice for such a cool character.”

—CB3o

7.

In Legally Blonde, when Vivian became friends with Elle but then immediately assumed she slept with Professor Callahan to get ahead.


MGM

“Vivian had already seen that Elle was extremely competent and deserving of the internship. She also knew that Callahan was a sexist jerk who commodified his female subordinates. Vivian was also shown to be a smart woman, so it always confused me that she immediately thought the worst of the situation when she saw Callahan put his hand on Elle’s knee. Girls should be supporting girls, not believing something stupid like that!”

—travisk4f4 and jojobananas

8.

In Sierra Burgess is a Loser, when Sierra pretended to be deaf so Jamey wouldn’t hear her normal speaking voice, which she was basically using to catfish him.


Netflix

“The whole premise of the movie was so upsetting, from the two women tricking Jamey into dating Sierra, to Sierra kissing Jamey when he thought she was someone else. No. Just no.”

—taylorjasien

9.

In Rat Race, when everyone spent the whole movie doing whatever it took to reach the money first, and then they all randomly decided to give the prize away at a Smash Mouth concert.


Paramount Pictures

“The entire ending of Rat Race was so weird. The whole film was pretty funny, but then Smash Mouth came out, and they all decided to give the money away…? It felt like they ran out of ideas and threw this together at the last minute. Very disappointing.”

—angels4d4906ef4

10.

In 17 Again, when Maggie tried sleeping with teenage Mike, who was actually her father.


Warner Bros. Pictures

“It added conflict to the movie, but it was so incredibly awkward and ruined the idea of a wholesome relationship between a father and a daughter. Furthermore, the movie portrayed nearly every girl/woman in the movie as being dependent on men to be happy.”

—graciejaxx

11.

In The Lighthouse, when they showed that intense masturbation scene where Robert Pattinson’s character fantasized about having sex with a mermaid.

12.

In Clueless, when a 16-year-old Cher kissed (and even started dating) her college-aged ex-stepbrother.


Paramount Pictures

“I know their parents didn’t date for long, but just…nope. There were too many wrong things going on here.”

—mollyhussain and amina5140

13.

In Midsommar, when there was a semi-orgy and the naked woman sang to a drugged-up Christian while he had sex with Maja.


A24

“Everyone was screaming and dancing and singing. I had no clue what was going on.”

—kitkat613

14.

In How Stella Got Her Groove Back, when they randomly gave Delilah cancer and killed her off without ever even mentioning that she was sick.


20th Century Fox

“I was so mad and confused when they randomly killed Whoopi Goldberg’s character off in the middle of the movie. We didn’t even find out she was sick until she was literally in the hospital. They hid her sickness the entire time she was in Jamaica with Angela Bassett, and now all of a sudden she’s dying?! This plot felt so out of place, like a cheap and last-minute way to make Stella look at what’s important in life. They easily could have done this with something else that was more relevant to the story.”

—spenceralthouse

15.

In Love Actually, literally every single time Natalie’s whole character was basically defined as being “the chubby girl.”


Universal Pictures

“I definitely could have lived without this part of her plot.”

—lisab42

16.

In Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, when Charlie’s mom sang “Cheer Up, Charlie” and really slowed down the entire movie.


Paramount Pictures

“It’s so boring and slows down the whole movie. Without it, everything would flow so much better.”

—jordans43

17.

In Sorry to Bother You, when Cash discovered all of those naked human-horse hybrids, and then the movie took an even weirder turn.

18.

In Avengers: Endgame, when they spent several movies developing Natasha Romanoff’s character from a “seductive spy” to a full-fledged superhero, only to have her sacrifice herself without even getting a funeral.


Marvel

“She had the most depth as a character and some of the best humor. She was the least selfish, the most understanding, and the only one who never gave up on trying to get everyone back. I was very upset about her death and their treatment of it.”

—rachela4ec63d286

“She had come so far and was finally moving on from her past mistakes, when all of a sudden they just killed her off. Also, she was the first female superhero in the MCU, and she inspired a hell of a lot of girls and women who needed a role model. Oh, and they didn’t even give her a funeral?! Are you kidding me?!”

—emilyf4a6fb358d

19.

And literally all of Toy Story 4.


Pixar

“I’m sorry, but Toy Story 4 should not exist. The first three movies were perfect, and we didn’t need another one!”

—harmonyravens03

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