Movie Mistakes That Could Only Be Spotted By Very Attentive People (15 pics + 7 gifs)

Posted in PICTURES       12 Oct 2018       6709       GALLERY VIEW

The lake that Jack talks about in Titanic didn’t form until 5 years after the RMS Titanic sank.

 

This scene in Dirty Dancing shows Johnny driving despite his gear shift being in the park position.

 

In Gravity Sandra Bullock’s tear floats away as she cries, but in reality real tears would stay on your face due to space’s strong surface tension.

 

The elephant that Cady is sitting on in her childhood photo in Mean Girls is an Asian Elephant, not an African one. (Her character is from Africa)

 

In Gladiator, a gas canister is seen attached to the back of a chariot.

 

The Lamborghini on the poster behind this buddy in Dallas Buyers Club wasn’t made until 2011. The movie is set in 1985.

 

The Scarecrow wrongly states the Pythagorean Theorem in The Wizard of Oz. The real theorem states: “The square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides”

 

In Grease, the waitress clearly misses the light switch with her elbow but the light still shuts off.

 

In Lucy, Norman says that we use about 10% of our brains, but neurologists say that we really use most of it.

 

In Never Been Kissed this poster incorrectly spells Pi. It should be 3.14159, not 3.14157.

 

The guitar Marty plays in Back to the Future, the ES-345, didn’t debut until 1959. This scene is set in 1955.

 

In the movie Inception, Earnes uses a defibrillator to bring Fischer back to life, but this would not work on someone who is flat-lining. This is because there is no electrical activity left in the body at this time.

 

In The Shawshank Redemption, the poster of Raquel Welch that Andy uses to cover the escape tunnel (1966) is from a movie that came out a year after he escaped (1967).

 

In Twilight, Edward is a vampire, so he shouldn’t have a heart beat and therefore he shouldn’t be able to get a boner to bang that other girl in the movie, whatever her name is. Bella?

 

In Braveheart, characters are wearing kilts for a story set in the 14th century. Kilts weren’t created until hundreds of years after this.

 

All of the planets in Star Wars have the same gravitational force. According to what we know about planets now, this is more than likely never going to be the case.

 

In It’s a Wonderful Life, the grave stone shows that Harry died at the age of 8, despite them saying he died at the age of 9.

 

Leo requests 10 chocolate chip cookies in The Aviator, but chocolate chip cookies weren’t invented until 2 years after this scene is set (1930).

 

The kid on the right of this scene in North by Northwest covers his ears moments before the gunshot. Rookie.

 

In Leap we get a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty being constructed. At this time, the statue would have been pure bronze in colour, not green.

 

In My Cousin Vinny, a surprise witness is brought into court, however in a real court all witnesses must be announced beforehand.

 

In The Karate Kid a head kick is grounds for disqualification in any tournament, but that is exactly how Daniel wins in the end.



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