Spawn

Spawn (1997)

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Corrected entry: In the scene at the graveyard when the Clown is tell Spawn about his mission and his new body he doesn't teach him how to use it or at least how to put his helmet on to keep his head from getting cut off. Spawn is very important to Satan's plan so wouldn't it be really important for the Clown to teach Spawn.

Correction: The Clown wants to lead Hell's army himself, he may have been making it easier to kill Spawn.

Corrected entry: Spawn is nearly at point-blank range when he shoots Priest in the head. This should have taken her head off, but instead there is nothing but a tiny hole.

Correction: Actually compared to most movies, this is far more realistic. Bullets don't make body parts and heads explode, nor do they make the victim fly through the air. The small hole is right. It may have done far more extensive damage to the back of her head, but we never see it.

Grumpy Scot

Continuity mistake: When Wynn is talking to Al about the mission to blow up the plant, Wynn puts his cigarette out in the ash tray in the scorpion bowl and there are 4 butts in the ash tray, but a minute later when the camera shows the 2 scorpions fighting, the ash tray has no cigarette butts in it. (00:11:19)

AzN InVasian

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Chosen answer: He is squatting the entire time in every scene. The suit probably helped in ways to balance himself whilst squatting, so he could hold on much longer than normally.

lionhead

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