Take the narrative of Lord Krishna, who shelters the villagers of Vrindavan from a storm by holding up Mount Govardhan like an umbrella with his little finger. OK, I'll buy the divinity of Krishna, but not the rigid body assumption for the mountain. We're probably talking Krishna with a muddy finger, and crushed villagers here.
Ditto with the original Superman movie. OK, the guy has super-powers from our yellow sun, I'll buy that. What I won't buy is the strength of the steel used to build helicopters on planet Earth. You can't lift a helicopter by its slender landing pylons. What the movie should have shown, realistically, is Superman looking down in dismay at a helicopter wreck below, holding a piece of landing pylon in his super-strong hand.