Inglorious Basterds (2009)
Lt. Aldo Raine mentions that he’s a descendant of “the mountain man Jim Bridger.” Jim Bridger was a real mountain man, and depicted in the 2015 film The Revenant.
Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)
The “magic pill” that Latrine gives the sheriff to save him is an actual Life Saver candy. The wrapper can even be spotted in her hand for a moment.
Step Brothers (2008)
In the middle of the playground fight scene, all of the “kids” that get hit are actually played by adults.
Cult of Chucky (2017)
The voice actor of Chucky, Brad Dourif, can be seen in the reflection of the knife in this scene.
Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
Bereet is seen wearing Peter’s t-shirt from the day he was kidnapped.
In the most recent Halloween Laurie Strode’s daughter Karen wears a Christmas sweater on October 31st to skip the holiday that caused her mother so much pain.
The Mask (1994)
When Stanley first puts on the mask and spins out of the apartment like the Tasmanian Devil, there’s a pillow of the character sitting on his chair.
Back to the Future Part II (1989)
There’s a travel service ad for a 10 day trip to Cuba in 1955, which was before the missile crisis.
Elizabeth Moss’ character, Kitty, mentions she recently got a facelift. Later, we see that her doppelganger, or shadow, has visible scars on her face from the procedure.
Mr. Bean’s first name on his passport is literally “Mr.”
Man of the House (1995)
Jonathan Taylor Thomas is pictured reading a magazine with a Lion King ad across the back. The actor voiced young Simba the year before.
A Goofy Movie (1995)
Several paddles can be spotted in Principal Mazur’s office, alluding to literal “old school” punishments.
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
The guy in Spider-Man 2 who finds the pizza on his balcony makes a brief appearance in the jazz club scene of Spider-Man 3. This is Scott Speigel, one fo the co-writers of Evil Dead 2.
Woody Harrelson is a vegan, so the “Twinkies” we see him eat are actually fake.
Before discovering Zuul in her refrigerator Dana is putting groceries away, including a bag of Stay-Puft marshmallows that foreshadows the battle ahead.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)
The file that Natasha Romanov gives Steve Rodgers is designed like a legitimate archival document. It is titled “James Barnes–military record of service, deployment and experiments,” and is from the “KGB of the Dnepropetrovsk Region.”
Miss Congeniality (2000)
Sandra Bullock’s character, Gracie, is shown randomly wearing a corsage at work in one scene. This is because in a prior deleted scene, she was attending her dad’s mid-day wedding.
Halloween II (1981)
In this scene, Michael bumps into a kid listening to a news broadcast that recaps the events of the previous movie. It states that Laurie Strode was taken to Haddonfield Memorial Hospital, which lets Michael know exactly where she would be.
Men In Black II (2002)
The guy who was attacked and slimed by “The Bug” in the first movie was not killed, as he is shown in the sequel as the owner of a video store.
The capacity on the bus has been crossed out and changed from “25 occupants” to “23 occupants” because the campers are overweight.
The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)
For many of the cocaine scenes the actors really snorted white powder on camera, but it was actually crushed up B vitamins.
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation (1989)
The movie is loosely based on John Hughes’ short story Christmas ’59. When Clark gets locked in the attic and the rest of the family goes shopping, the film wheel he pulls out is a tribute to John’s work.