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Biggest Plot Holes In Rebel Moon

After getting Tarak, Kai takes Kora and Gunnar to recruit the swordswoman Nemesis (Bae Doona), General Titus, and eventually, the Bloodaxes. Like with Tarak, we get some fun, stylish little vignettes to introduce each member of the squad, though they don’t really get to interact with each other at any point. (Maybe they’re waiting for the director’s cut?) But either way, the bigger problem here is just how easy this whole scheme is. The longer the recruitment drive goes on, the more suspicious it starts to feel.

Quite simply, it should not be this easy to build an elite fighting force to stand against the Motherworld. We learn later that Kai is only doing this to assemble a more substantial bounty. But he’s the one who knows where everybody is. Kora doesn’t even want to go and get Tarak or Nemesis. She only cares about Titus and the Bloodaxes. So if Kai is the one who knows where those other people are, why doesn’t he just tell the Motherworld and collect a reward in secret? Why go to all this trouble to recruit them?

You could say that he needs Kora to trust him, but she already does with zero prompting. You could say that the rebels need to be caught in the action of revolution, but that’s not true either, as we’ve seen that the Motherworld is fine with killing innocent people. Noble even knows where the Bloodaxes are because of the rebel Kai turned in at the beginning of the movie. So if it’s so easy to find all these people, then what’s the point of the long con?

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