WARNING! NSFW language.
Some of these aren’t actual plot holes, like the Stormtrooper armor thing. Yes, it may be a mistake, but it isn’t a hole in the plot. That is a technical term which involves—and ONLY involves—events in the plot not making sense. It may be a continuity error or a logic fail, but it isn’t a plot hole.
Same goes for the Superman Returns thing. It could be argued as a continuity error (assuming the kinda-sorta semi sequel was intended to strictly follow the earlier continuity, which I don’t think was the case) but it is NOT a plot hole.
The Prometheus thing is an actual, genuine plot hole. Events earlier in the movie make that event inexplicable at best, impossible at worst. (And, contrary to the title of the vid, it’s one I myself caught while watching the film. (Then again, you’d expect that.))
The Matrix thing? Also an actual plot hole. Given the technology as set up, it should have been impossible for him to get into and out of the matrix. A small plot hole, but a real one nonetheless.
Nerds rage a lot, so much so there’s a term for it: nerdrage. Even in the midst of TOTALLY JUSTIFIABLE NERDRAGE, it’s helpful to use the correct terms for the errors of others.
Excessively nitpicky pedants should respect that kind of technical accuracy, especially when demanding it of others, right? Right.