Pixels (2015)

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Corrected entry: When Cooper and the Prime Minister are watching the Sky News report, it is night time outside, but the time on the live report reads 15:48. The news is being broadcast in Britain and Sky News is a British news channel so there would be no time difference.

Casual Person

Correction: While the airing of the news is live, they are not watching it live. It was recorded so they could watch it later with the president (such as on a DVR). They even pause it at the end.


Corrected entry: Duck hunt was front and center in this movie but was not released until '84.

Ann Peck Abdelzaher

Correction: Duck Hunt was only release on the NES platform in 1984. However, it was part of Nintendo's Laser Clay Shooting System and released in 1976.


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