Movie Mistakes Can Be Big And Not So Big (15 pics + 16 gifs)

Posted in INTERESTING       14 Nov 2018       7806       GALLERY VIEW

The fake baby in American Sniper.

If you look closely, you can see Bradley Cooper's character using his thumb to make the baby's hand move.


The waitress missing the light switch in Grease.

There's a scene in Grease where a waitress attempts to turn off a light switch with her elbow because her hands aren't free. Thing is, she misses the switch and the lights turn off anyway.


There's a scene in Gladiator where you can see a gas canister in the back of a chariot, which is very odd considering those weren't around in Ancient Rome.

Lily Potter's eyes in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

Throughout the book series, Harry Potter was always told he had eyes like his mother's. They were green; however, in the final film, the actor who portrayed Lily Potter had brown eyes.


The gearshift in Dirty Dancing.

Although Johnny is driving, it appears that the car is actually in park position.


A Stormtrooper hits his head in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope.

In this scene a Stormtrooper hits his head on the door opening. You can even hear the thud, too.


You can see the breakaway section of the pillar during a fight scene in The Matrix.

The Lamborghini in Dallas Buyers Club.

The movie is set in 1985, but if you look behind Ron Woodroof (Matthew McConaughey), you can see a Lamborghini Aventador, a car that wasn't made until 2011.


The guitar Marty McFly plays in Back to the Future.

During this scene, McFly is in the year 1955, which is a bit odd considering the guitar he's playing, the ES-345, didn't debut until 1959.


The kid covers his ears in North by Northwest.

If you look to the right, you can see that the child covers his ears moments before the gun is fired. He clearly anticipated the noise.


Cher's driving test failure in Clueless...

During Cher's driving test she runs into another vehicle and destroys her sideview mirror, causing it to fly off.


...but in the next scene the window is magically replaced.

Julia Roberts is chomping on a croissant in Pretty Woman...

...but it magically turns into a pancake seconds later.

Legolas' eyes were blue in the Hobbit films...

...but they were darker in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, even though all of the films had the same director, Peter Jackson.

There's a scene in Encino Man where Link (Brendan Fraser) takes off in a driving test car.

Dave (Sean Astin) runs after Link and jumps into the car through the back window, but when you cut to the next scene, the man behind Link isn't Dave.

You can watch the clip here.


There's a continuity error in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls. The screencap below shows a chessboard with pieces...

...but when the scene cuts you see the chessboard empty.

There's a scene in You've Got Mail where Tom Hanks' character puts an olive into his father's Martini...

...but in the next scene there is a cut to his father and then back to Hanks' character. He puts the same olive in the martini.

In Grandma's Boy there's a scene where a tray of food is put into the oven. Notice the banana?

Somehow it magically disappears once the food is removed from the oven.

There's uneven rain in Tombstone.

In Raiders of the Lost Ark you can see the snake's reflection in the glass separating it from Indiana Jones.

Um, how exactly did Grandpa Joe manage to get out of bed to buy a chocolate bar in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory?

"In Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, Grandpa Joe hasn’t been out of bed in 20 years. Yet somehow, he manages to buy Charlie a chocolate bar without anybody else finding out. They explained where he got the money, but not how he did the shopping."


Taylor gets a heart tattoo in She's All That...

...but during the prom scene the tattoo is clearly gone.

Elsa's hair is going through her shoulder in Frozen.

"I cringe every time Frozen is on when Elsa is singing 'Let It Go.' Not just because I’ve heard it a thousand times, but because hair should not pass through someone’s shoulder." Watch a slow-motion clip here and judge for yourself!


There's a scene in Titanic where Jack Dawson mentions Lake Wissota, a man-made lake that was built five years after the Titanic sank.








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