For a more recent example, what about the entire crew in Alien Covenant?
The captain risked the lives of the entire mission because he was mad about people making fun of his religion.
The second in command risked the lives of the entire mission because his wife didn't return his call when they knew she was going to be in an area with no signal.
The ground team went to an unknown planet without any hazard suits, or really any protection at all. Who fucking knows what's down there? All kinds of diseases and parasites and shit could be there. But nah, walk around in a fucking light jacket.
The medic broke quarantine procedure twice after treating a guy who was extremely obviously infected with some crazy shit.
Somebody (might be main character, I don't remember) blew up the fucking lander.
The military types kept going off alone and getting killed. And then others would notice somebody went missing, and go fucking search for them alone are you shitting me?
I had a hard time suspending disbelief I'm that movie because everybody was so goddamn stupid. Nobody on that crew (except maybe the main character) should've been anywhere near a mission like this.
Add to that the fact that nobody was developed enough for you to care when they died, and it was a pretty bad movie. Dave was the only halfway decent character and he won in the end so as far as I'm concerned, it was a happy ending. Besides, if the colonists went through a similar vetting process as the crew, this mission was already doomed. Fuck'em up, Dave.