字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント not so scary now, are you? Welcome to watch Mojo. And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 dumbest monster weaknesses in movies. You're just a clown for this list. We're looking at the silliest flaws of some of the most nefarious movie monsters of all time. But just be clear. We are leaving aliens off of this list as they have their own special list of ridiculous frailties. So with that aside, prepare to have your childhood nightmares made slightly less scary. Also, a spoiler alert is now in effect. Number 10 If you don't watch the tape, The Ring franchise. The Ring. It scared the pants off everyone in 2002 especially those who frequently rented movies like a videotape that, if you watch it, causes a girl to quality or TV seven days later and disfigure you pretty terrifying stuff. But hold on a second. What if you get this? Just don't watch the tape or turn it off after the 1st 5 seconds because it's boring or if you did somehow sit through it. What if you just avoided TV screens for a while? Especially on the seventh day? After watching a tape. If Samara Morgan gets to you, you're in for a horrible fate. But who says she has to win? Remember? Stop! Don't worry, sweetie. You're gonna be okay. Number nine cats, The mummy in serious trouble. Thief. Thought of an immortal mummy with the ability to absorb your life force. Hunting you down is pretty daunting, To say the least. Bullets don't work. Running away doesn't seem to help. Especially when he can morph into a sandstorm. But unfortunately for Imhotep and Egyptian beliefs, cats seem to do a pretty good job of repelling him. At least they do when he's not fully regenerated. As the Egyptians feared, that cats were the guardians of the dead. And with Imhotep being risen from the dead, it kind of makes sense that he would be scared of him. After all. While they may not be able to defeat him, they could send him back to the underworld while he was still in his mummified state. But come on, a fluffy white cat, all cute and cuddly. It's still kind of stupid. Number eight positivity Ghostbusters to think that she likes me. We're not seeing Vigo. The Carpathian isn't scary. Quite the opposite like Look at the guy. But the way the Ghostbusters take him down is a little silly. Throughout the movie, the Ghostbusters discovered that a slime charged with evil is causing all sorts of havoc in New York City. How did they defeat it? Well, reverse the effects. So it's positive slime, obviously slime, always pulsing with evil. It would take a tremendous amount of positive energy to crack that shell, and I seriously doubt that there's enough goodwill left in this town to do it. After an admirable ordeal of possessions and paintings and the Statue of Liberty making an impressive cameo, the team ends up Spring Vigo with a concoction of positive slime and ultimately destroys his evil presence. Huh? We wonder of saying, Hey, did you lose weight? Or that's a lovely outfit would have worked just as well. Number seven Sunlight. The Gremlins franchise Gremlins are the perfect example of something that's weird and creepy but sorta cute at the same time. Well, unless it's stripe you're talking about, he's just creepy. When Billy inadvertently releases a horde of evil gremlins or Magui into its town, they have to try and stop the little buggers from causing chaos. Darn things are tough to catch, though, so the best way to get rid of them is with sunlight, which seems like it would just sort of sort itself out. You can always use a microwave, blender or kitchen knife, but sunlight is by far the most effective. In fact, some light is absolutely devastating to the little creatures. Just ask strength. Thanks. Number six Vorhees dagger Jason Goes to Hell. The final Friday The charm of the Friday the 13th franchise has always been that no matter what you threw at him, Jason hockey mask wearing Borgias would always come out alive and kicking fire explosives. The guys even survived dismemberment. But Hollywood being Hollywood, there is one method that was designed to be his Achilles heel for the 1993 movie Jason goes to Hell. The final Friday Well, oh, and essentially it's a magic dagger that can on Lee take Jason out if he stabbed in the heart with it, and it's wielded by someone from the Vorhees bloodline. Okay, what next you'll be telling us he's dragged to hell and survived that, too. Um, Number five. Courage. The franchise. I know so it, Pennywise or whatever you wanna call it. It is one of the coolest, most terrifying monsters ever to grace the page and screen. He's essentially fear personified and is almost impossible to escape and defeat. Throughout. The movies and books were led to believe that it feeds on fear more. You're scared of it, the worse it is for you and everyone around you and at the end of it chapter to see that theory confirmed when the Losers club defeats the monster with, well, courage and a handful of insults. You world headless boy. Ultimately, it is defeated because the losers no longer fear it. And these insults are the straw that broke the clowns back. Number four Getting shot in the heart Child's play Chucky wanna. When a serial killer gets his soul transferred into a toy doll, you can see how things might get a little dicey. And by soul we mean his personality, his voice and, oh yeah, his ability to get injured just like a normal human. Well, sort of. Chuckie gets thrown around a hell of a lot throughout child's play, bouncing back up like he's invincible. He gets burned, shot, decapitated, but still comes back for more until, for some weird reason, a shot to the heart finishes him off. But having his head cut off doesn't wait. What is he, human or not? It's all just a little convenient, don't you think? Number three Puberty Love Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. Hey, will somebody please pass the ketchup way? No. We know the idea of killer tomatoes is ridiculous, but the weakness of said vegetable or fruit or whatever is particularly in the movie the giant sentient tomatoes air wreaking havoc all over the place with everyone's scurrying around trying to find out how to stop the solution. A mind numbingly terrible song called Puberty Love, Turn on the record player. Cover your ears, everyone. A song so bad it makes the tomatoes shrink down to normal size small enough to be squished. The idea of a random song being the answer to stopping deadly food is pretty terrible anyway. But they're stupid. And then there's puberty. Love number two Gold. The leper con franchise. The leper con franchise is pretty wacky. It's somehow managed to make an evil leper con who makes terrible jokes and kills for fun. Kind of brilliant and terrible At the same time. However, the concept of said Batty is faulty. He's a pretty much his only motivation is gold steals gold and he will come after you and do anything he has to to get his hands on it. Meet Gordon Delicious gold. For that reason, gold is also his biggest weakness. Lure him into a trap with it. Get rid of it. So he stops chasing you. Simple. Oh, yeah. He's also vulnerable to four leaf clovers and is easily distracted by his compulsion to shine shoes. Okay, whatever. Huh? As dumb as all these weaknesses are, our number one is dumb, easily accessed by the hero and iconic. Any idea what it might be? My pretties. Let's look through the honorable mentions. And then we'll tell you what we think is the dumbest monster weakness in movies. Do you see it still down there? Bring in the dump truck. We've got to get this thing that icehouse before dawn. Before we continue, Be sure to subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos. You have the option to be notified for occasional videos or all of them. If you're on your phone, make sure you go into your settings and switch on notifications. Number one Water. The Wizard of Oz Scarecrow Wanna play ball? This'll green faced meanie is a pretty well rounded villain. She's got the look, the laugh, the ability to poof into smoke monkey minions willing to do her bidding and a swanky castle. The Wicked Witch of the West has got everything except the ability to survive. A shower scene during The Wizard of Oz is big conclusion. The evil green witches inadvertently melted when she's hit with a bucket of water. Okay, where and just like that, she's gone, reduced to a robe and a hat. So well, that suave bad ass We mentioned earlier counts for nothing. The wicked witch is dead. And don't even get us started on Hansel and Gretel. Did you cure? I didn't mean to kill her. Really. I didn't. Do you agree with our picks? Check out this other recent clip from Watch Mojo and be sure to subscribe and ring the bell to be notified about our latest videos.