Gunshot (and a fatal gunshot as it turned out) = mild
In an action movie? Yes. Especially since the only problem M was having was walking.
Horses for courses really, you could argue clambering around on the moors without looking where you're going when there are thinly frozen over pools of water is Darwin level too.
Yeah, the groundskeeper who's been there for decades upon decades wouldn't know where the dangerous terrain was by heart.
I stlil have no idea why he thought that church was any safer than the tunnels anyway. The only reason they'd need to flee the tunnels (prior to the big explosion that they had no idea was coming) was because they knew Silva's men would come looking for them as soon as they realized there were no bodies. But, somehow, the decrepit old church they could see in the distance once the sun was up was somehow safer than the tunnels they likely wouldn't have had a clue even existed.
And yes, we know it's all because that's how the writer's wrote it; that's what the bickering and moaning is about. Or do you really
think we believe that the script is a magical construction all its own, and/or that the movie was an accurate documentary of real events?