Fantastic Voyage

New this month Revealing mistake: Near the beginning of the movie, Grant is in the car being lowered but the shadow the car makes remains the same.

hifijohn

New this month Plot hole: They extract the crew from the tear duct, it was very close to the brain injury, so why didn't they start from there to begin with?

hifijohn

New this month Other mistake: They are so advanced they can miniaturize anything but have to use primitive morse code to contact the outside world.

hifijohn
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New this month Suggested correction: This isn't a mistake just because they use a different form of communication.

Bishop73

New this month Plot hole: The sub winds up in the wrong circulatory system because of a fistula, so just extract the sub and re-inject back after the fistula and continue with the original journey.

hifijohn

New this month Factual error: Where is all the light coming from inside the body?

hifijohn

Plot hole: Even if the white blood cells will attack and destroy the sub and the body of doctor Martin the atoms would still remain and take normal size after the critical 1 hour is up. This would also apply for the laser gun which they forgot or left behind on purpose.

Other mistake: During the miniaturizing scene the technicians controlling the forklift wore sterile gloves, the nurses assembling the syringe did not.

Revealing mistake: It's painfully apparent that the actors are hung on wires pretending to swim while outside the sub.

Grumpy Scot

Factual error: Proteus refills its air supply in the lungs. The lungs are filled with normal sized oxygen molecules. How are they supposed to breathe them? (In the book, they had a miniaturizer on the sub, but there is nothing in the movie to explain this.)

Grumpy Scot

Revealing mistake: During the miniaturization process after Phase I, the sub has been reduced to coin-size at best. As the techs are beginning Phase II, they roll wheeled equipment by the tiny sub. There is a close-up of the sub pilot looking eye-level with the equipment wheel axle, and a tech's ankle is slightly below the pilot's eye-level. This is an impossible perspective: for the pilot to be eye-level with the wheel axle, the sub would have to be more like a foot in diameter and not coin-size. (00:27:10)

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