Best biography movie mistakes of 2009

Invictus picture

Factual error: When the team is running you can see a new model white Range Rover Sport and a red Honda Civic passing by.

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Notorious picture

Factual error: After they finally start spending money, and after you see them in the older model black Mercedes Benz S-Class, you see clearly a newer model silver Chevrolet Corvette ('05-'09), even though the scene is supposed to be taking place during the latter part of 1996 or early 1997.

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Amelia picture

Continuity mistake: When Amelia is meeting with Fred Noonan at the open aired restaurant in New Guinea, right when Amelia sits down, the waitress repeatedly sets a glass of water in front of Amelia. It happens 3 times.

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Coco before Chanel picture

Factual error: When the men are playing snooker, they are using modern plastic tipped pool cues.

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The Young Victoria picture

Factual error: Prince Albert was not really wounded in the assassination attempt depicted near the end of the film. Eyewitness accounts differed as to whether he pushed Victoria down to protect her or simply dived for cover himself, but neither of the two bullets fired struck either of them.

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Julie & Julia picture

Factual error: The story starts out in September 2002 and ends in 2003. Julie receives a call about Julia Child's 90th birthday in 2003. She would have been 91, born 15 Aug 1912.

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The Soloist picture

Revealing mistake: When the charity workers are unloading the food in Styrofoam packages at LAMP, the light shining through the packages reveals that they are empty.

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The Last Station picture

Factual error: In the dinner scene with Helen Mirren and James MacAvoy, she was playing a gramophone recording of "Un Bel Di" from 'Madame Butterfly,' and the year was 1910. The opera was not recorded until much later.

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Creation picture

Other mistake: Just before the ending credits, this statement appears: "He was buried with full Christian honours, in Westminister Abbey." Perhaps the extraneous comma in that sentence might not be as noticeable if Westminster had been spelled correctly.

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