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Factual error: In 1999 when April is filming inside the research facility, you can see her video camera displaying Bluetooth, which wasn't available in cameras until 2002.

Continuity mistake: Not more than one to two hours after Wardaddy shaves his face clean in the German ladies' apartment, a closeup shot of him in the tank shows beard growth of 2-3 days.

Scott215

Factual error: When Magneto enters RFK stadium, a groundskeeper is lining a baseball field. RFK stadium did not host baseball in 1973, as the Washington Senators had moved to Texas to become the Texas Rangers after the 1971 season. In 1973, the only team playing in RFK regularly was the Washington Redskins of the NFL. In addition, the Paris Peace Accords were signed in January of 1973; so there wouldn't be green grass inside the stadium, regardless of what sports were being played there.

msgelter

Continuity mistake: Fairly early in the movie, Margo comes to see Nick, who is upstairs in a bedroom. The press is outside clamoring, and Margo locks the deadbolt on the front door. After her talk with Nick, she's in a hurry, rushes downstairs and opens the door without unlocking the deadbolt.

zebraguy

Factual error: In the scenes at Kings Cross railway station in London, overhead wires are visible above the train; Kings Cross did not have these until 1975.

Factual error: In the docking scene where Coop is trying to dock the service module to the partly damaged Endurance, the Endurance is spinning around its center axis. As the ship was damaged around the perimeter it would spin around its new center of mass, that would be off axis. The docking bay itself would revolve around this new axis, making alignment much harder.

Milan Korenica

Continuity mistake: Agatha's nightgown strap switches between hanging down on her arm, or being up on her shoulder, normally.

Factual error: When TCAS sounds on an airliner, it should include instructions for the pilot to climb or descend. The pilot should not have to call another plane to inform that pilot. It would take too much time.

majorlagg

New this week Continuity mistake: When Stuart is leaving the building, he enters a previous generation Mercedes Benz S Class. The next couple of shots where he is being followed by Bryan shows the newly redesigned S Class.

New this month Continuity mistake: In the scene where Annie is dressed up, the butterfly on her hair is put on the left side, but when she gives a speech later that evening it's on the right side.

Factual error: The idea that humans only use 10% of their brain is a widely-circulated myth that has been debunked by neurological science many times over.

Continuity mistake: When the dwarves finally decide to leave Erebor and join the battle, they swing a giant gold pendulum into the blockade they all made earlier in the film, knocking it over to create a causeway, across which they all then run in a battle formation, straight into battle. However, just as they all exit the keep, the pendulum is on its downward swing back outside of the wall. In all following shots (from numerous different camera angles) the gold pendulum simply disappears. This is most notable in the shot taken directly in front of Thorin as the dwarves run towards the camera. The pendulum should be visible in the large hole in the wall behind them, but instead the hole is empty, with no pendulum to be seen.

theheadlesshorsemen

Factual error: They are supposed to be in the state of Illinois when Tammy goes to get Pearl from the nursing home. But all the cars have Kentucky license plates.

Quantom X

Continuity mistake: When Manolo arrives in the Land of the Remembered, only his swords can be seen on his back. A few scenes later after he meets the Captain, his guitar appears on his back too.

Avh1

New this month Factual error: In the first scene of the film the girls are shown in a flashback playing with the Ouija board. When one of them holds the planchette up to the other one, the underside of it has text saying "© 2013" molded into the plastic, even though the scene is based years before that.

Joshua

Factual error: When Koba steals an Armored Security Vehicle class M1117A Guardian, he kills the gunner from the turret and then somehow manages to use the 240B attached to the turret. First, it takes three men/apes to operate the ASV, and second, the ASV cannot be operated from the turret. In that scene, it is assumed that Koba is operating the entire vehicle, something most humans cannot do or do not know how to do. Let alone a 240B, MK19, or .50 Cal M2 Browning. The ASV turned in the direction of the wall, which was the only way that the Apes were able to breach the city walls. This is also kind of an important plot hole blunder too because if it were not for the breach from the ASV, the Apes would not have won. The other blunder from this is that the gunner would not have been exposed from the hatch, since the ASV was using .50Cal and MK19. No need to use the 240B.

Bradley Holmes

New this month Character mistake: When Peter catches the prison guard listening to his Sony Walkman, Peter tells him to take the headphones off and the guards taze him. Peter, referring to the song the guard is playing, then says "Hooked on a Feeling, Blue Swede, 1973. That song belongs to me." The Blue Swede version of "Hooked on a Feeling" was released in 1974, not 1973.

New this month Continuity mistake: When Larry and Nick Daley first enter the British Museum, Nick takes his beanie off twice, in consecutive shots.

Continuity mistake: After shooting down the fighter, Katniss's arrow count in the following scene is correct; minus one red tipped explosive arrow. The next scene, however, shows her having both of them once again.

New this week Revealing mistake: About 3/4 through the movie, Bradley Cooper and his wife are talking in a bedroom or nursery. He takes his daughter and holds her - the baby is clearly fake.

Anonymous06095

New this month Factual error: At the end of the movie, when Louis Zamperini returns home from captivity by the Japanese, the plane he emerges from has the early World War II American insignia with the red "meatball" dot in the center of the white star. This was quickly removed when the Japanese entered the war, because the red dot could easily be confused with the "rising sun" emblem on Japanese aircraft. By the time Zamperini was released (1945), the American star had no red dot.

New this month Continuity mistake: After getting the barbed wire noose around the bad guy's neck, you see Robert push bags down to pull the bad guy up. When his friends find him strung up, the bags are gone.

Continuity mistake: When the family turn off the museum electrical system and then run away, their shoes are dry and do not leave wet footprints on the floor. Only when Millicent checks the electrics do the footprints appear.

Liam D

Continuity mistake: At an Astros game, a visiting Milwaukee Brewers player is shown batting with a dark shirt. Later, when the Astros win, all the Brewers are wearing white or light-colored shirts.

Continuity mistake: When Penny prepares to lay down on the ice next to Judd, the back of her sweater is already wet from previous takes.

New this month Factual error: When the Doctor visits William Turner in Chelsea, he claims to be leaving by train from Charing Cross. That station did not open until 1864 - 13 years after the death of Turner.

Mukke Pedersen
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