Just like a novel or a story, every film sends a powerful message to the public. The message is often quite clear, although there are times when you need to brood upon the movie for a while in order to get it completely. However, as films include an incredible number of details, there is so much more to them than just the plot and message. Namely, some theorists observe every single detail, trying to find secret and unusual connections. Sometimes, their theories can sound quite ridiculous and unconvincing, but there are a couple of theories out there that just sound completely insane yet quite plausible, and it’s almost impossible not to accept them. 1.
Obi-Wan Is a Clone
According to some theorists, Obi-Wan Kenobi is actually an artificial clone labeled ‘OB-1,’ which is what his name actually stands for. The very first film in the Star Wars series pictures Obi-Wan who presents himself as Ben Kenobi, not wanting to reveal his true name. You might be wondering why someone would not change their last name as well if they were hiding, but in Obi-Wan’s case, it is the first name that matters. Namely, Ben was his “father,” i.e. the Jedi that was used the source for cloning Obi-Wan. In addition, the fact that old Obi-Wan is not able to recall some past events adds to the theory that he is a clone.
The Real James Bond
Ever since the first film was released in 1962, six marvelous actors starred as James Bond, the famous secret agent 007. Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, David Niven and Sean Connery all played the same character. Normally, the secret agent’s appearance has altered over time. Five decades is a long period, which spurred some theorists to assume that ‘James Bond’ is simply a code name used to refer to a range of agents working for MI6, and not one man only. The fact that women and people of other races could play the role of 007 in upcoming movies also supports this theory.
Peter Pan Is Not Who You Think He Is
Some film theorists suggest that Peter Pan is not the mischievous boy who never grows up, but something much darker. He’s actually an angel of death who helps children pass to ‘Neverland,’ which actually represents the afterlife. If you watched the cartoon, you know that the children never mature and that could be due to the fact that they have died. Peter Pan is believed to visit children on their deathbed and ensure they go to heaven. In the original, slightly gloomy fairytale, the Lost Boys get killed by Peter, which may serve as an evidence for this theory.
The Master Plan Behind Home Alone
What if Kevin didn’t get left behind by accident? This theory states that it was Kevin’s uncle Frank who originally conspired all the obstacles that prevented Kevin from arriving at the airport on time. Moreover, he even hired Marv and Harry to burgle the house and kill little Kevin. And if you think about it, the reason is clear: to obtain all of his brother’s possessions and wealth. Another theory goes even further, suggesting that Peter, Kevin’s father, works for Mafia, which could account for their wealth and violent behavior of some family members.