The Mummy

The Mummy (2017)

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Stupidity: When Henry is talking to Nick, he feels himself beginning to change into Edward Hyde, he goes to his desk to inject the serum to stop his transformation. If he had injected himself before continuing the conversation, his transformation into Hyde would not have occurred.

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Suggested correction: We don't know the full extent of how his affliction works or how his serum works in this Dark Universe. It could very well be that if he takes the serum too soon without showing symptoms of change, that it has other very serious negative side effects.

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Plot hole: When the C-130 transport is falling from the sky, the Egyptian sarcophagus remains lashed to the plane's cargo deck. The crew exploring the wreckage says they are miles from the 'primary crash site' (so that nasty stuff can happen to them without witnesses). The sarcophagus would still be at the primary crash site, along with the remains of the fuselage and cargo deck. (00:32:50 - 00:36:00)

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Suggested correction: We don't see where the sarcophagus went when the plane crashed, so it could have broken free from the plane earlier and landed along with other parts.

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Continuity mistake: Vale's left eye (or possibly both) change to white in his transition/death on the plane. However when he is walking towards others the others before being shot it is his right that is white. (00:28:00 - 00:29:00)

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Edward Hyde: You are a younger man. But, you best learn to be wary of a man like me.

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Trivia: The giant face in the sandstorm resembles the one seen in Brendan Frasier's 1999 film.

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