Why The Fans Are Wrong

It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts.

– Sherlock Holmes

Being an avid consumer of movies and games, I have occasionally come across one or two fan theories concerning movies and games I may be fond of.

And being the nitpicky obsessive person that I am, I find myself not completely agreeing with those theories all of the time. so in order to avoid the otherwise inevitable mental scarring or nervous breakdowns from the more stupid examples, I have decided to start Why The Fans Are Wrong.

With this, I intend to dissect, analyze and disprove fan theories that I find do not add up. Theories that (like so many other things) offend me on a rational level, to the point of irrational anger. I will not talk about all Fan Theories in existence, of course. Just ones that interest me and might particularly annoy me.

To assist me in this endeavor, I am joined by Dave, my personal Devil’s Advocate, who provides the arguments raised by fans in defense of these theories.

Now, of course there might be people who really enjoy fan theories, and they may well argue I’m just being grumpy and narrow minded and want to spoil other people’s fun…

But the simple fact is: If you actually subscribe to any of the fan theories I mention on this page, you are wrong, because the theories are stupid, and you can be certain that I will explain to you exactly why.


Aladdin

Aladdin (Pt. 2)

Batman

Batman (Pt 2)

Bioshock

Blade Runner

Brave

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Dark Knight, The

Disney Triple Feature

Doctor Who (Sort of)

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air

Frozen

Frozen (Pt. 2)

Frozen (Pt. 3)

Frozen/Tangled

Harry Potter

Harry Potter (Pt. 2)

Harry Potter (Pt. 3)

Harry Potter (Pt. 4)

Harry Potter (Pt. 5)

How I Met Your Mother

Inception

James Bond

Killing Joke, The

Lion King, The

Little Mermaid, The

Mad Max

Majora’s Mask

Matrix, The

Peter Pan

Peter Pan (Pt. 2)

Pinky and the Brain

Puff, The Magic Dragon

Pulp Fiction

Rugrats

Scooby-Doo

Simpsons, The

Star Wars

Thing, The

Titanic

WALL-E

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