Read this is in today's The Age. What do you guys think? 10. Villains, master criminals and professional hitmen always have access to vast warehouses where they can store cars, guns and contraband without anybody knowing. Also, they can yell as much as they like in these warehouses and nobody will hear them. 9. However congested a city is and however quickly they need it, helicopters will always find a convenient stretch of road or public park in which to land. They are able to do this without anybody noticing. 8. Every overheard telephone conversation contains vital plot information that leads to either: (1) A shoot out; (2) A knife fight; (3) Somebody getting killed; (4) All three. 7. Whenever a character is in urgent need of information on the street there are always kids around who are willing to provide incredibly valuable and exacting observations in exchange for a small amount of money. 6. The delivery of vital, plot-twisting exposition always takes place in quiet locations and without interruption. If this occurs in a flat, it will always be in an advanced state of disrepair. 5. Shipping container yards are always completely deserted except for those involved in the chase. 4. Without exception, and regardless of the distance from which they are taken, surveillance photographs are always in perfect focus. 3. No matter how tightly controlled a location is supposed to be, the protagonist will always get to where he needs to go by locating a gaping loophole in security. This loophole will defy all logic. 2. Henchmen and prison guards will always place themselves just close enough to a captive so that they can be knocked out with a single, immaculately executed sucker punch. 1. Professional killers always have relationships with women who have no idea they are killers.