When it comes to unbelievable events, fantasy elements do not
belong in the same category as lapses in story logic. Aliens and lost arks with divine power belong in the first category, while refrigerators and inflatable rafts that bestow Wile E Coyote abilities upon their occupants belong in the second. That is why in Indiana Jones movies I'm not bothered by 700-year-old knights and village-protecting magical stones, but I definitely
do not like scenes such the thousand-foot-fall over the cliff, the three increasingly deadly waterfalls, or the nuclear fridge.