Vigivigi : noun : [vee-jee-vee-gee]
Definition: Criticism of the likeliness of something happening in real life as it happens in the movies.
You all know a person that sits there while watching a movie and complains about how "unrealistic" things are. (If you don't want any spoilers, then read no further!) Like in the second Sherlock Holmes movie with Robert Downey Jr., he survives a fall down a huge waterfall, one that frankly would kill most anyone. Or in the Avengers, which I watched the other day with some friends, which has all sorts of things from one-eyed Sam Jackson getting shot with no damage to his person to Cap 'Merica surviving a bomb that throws him out of a building. Anywho, people just need to accept that movies are movies. SPOILER ALERT: THEY NEVER ACTUALLY HAPPENED. THEY ARE FICTION. With that in mind, lets end all the vigivigi and get back to enjoying our films.