Best biography movie mistakes of 2010

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Continuity mistake: When Eduardo finds the letter on the mantlepiece about them apparently stealing the idea for Facebook and asks Mark if they did or not, he places a bottle on the mantlepiece just before he finds the letter. This bottle rotates slightly between shots without him touching it after placing it down.

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Continuity mistake: When Aron Ralston falls off the bike he is thrown few yards away of his bike into a bush. However, when he is taking the photo the bike is under his head.

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Continuity mistake: Neither Abra, Betty or her kids age a single bit in a time span of 20 years.

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Factual error: The attack on the OPEC meeting in Vienna takes place on December 21. Yet, when Carlos' team exits the tram, the trees are full with green summer leaves and the sun shines as it would on a high summer day.

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Factual error: In golf scene, Kevin Spacey is supposed to be playing golf in St. Andrews. The intensity of sun and the surrounding fauna suggests they are actually playing on a course in the mid latitudes of the US.

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Revealing mistake: After exercising, Valerie is in bed watching the news, then the scene changes to a shot of her house showing a Honda Accord at the 2002 meeting but this model did not get released until 2008.

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Nokas (2010)

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Continuity mistake: When one of the robbers is walking away with 4 bags stuffed with money, you can see a large stack of money bills sticking out of the bag. In the next shot the bills are gone.

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Senna (2010)

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Factual error: At the conclusion of the film it is stated on screen: "Ayrton Senna died aged 34. In the aftermath of his death, the FIA appointed Ayrton's friend Prof. Sid Watkins to improve safety in Formula One. There has not been a fatality in Formula One since." While it is true that no driver has been killed at a Formula One Grand Prix since Senna, there were crashes at the Italian Grand Prix in 2000 and the Australian Grand Prix in 2001 which resulted in the deaths of marshals.

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