Plot Holes Don't Make a Bad Movie

When someone often explains to me why they didn't like a movie or sometimes when I'm reading a negative review, the reasons often cited for the picture's downfall are the plot holes. The issue is that plot holes exist in almost every work of fiction (even in largely accepted great movies like The Sixth Sense), especially if you spend enough time analyzing it. Sometimes a plot hole is even purposefully inserted into the story to enhance the message or move along the plot at a quicker pace. This means plot holes are rarely the actual reason for a bad movie. In my latest Collective Publishing article, I explain why plot holes don't really matter as much as most people think.