In real life, gasoline-powered cars don’t often explode. But in the movies. cars are always exploding. Although I’m still waiting for the scene in which three cars simultaneously fly off cliffs and collide in mid-air. And explode.
In real life, bullets don’t have much momentum. But in Hollywood, they can pick you up and slam you against the wall. Although the shooter isn’t flung back: Dean Drive?
The question: how should Hollywood deal with the electric car? Sure, lithium batteries can catch on fire, but the whole point is that we aren’t strictly limited by the laws of physics. Wouldn’t it be better if crashed Teslas were covered with crawling electric discharges, electrocuting everyone in the car, then building up through multicolored lightning to complete vaporization?