The Librarian: Quest for the Spear

Corrected entry: When Flynn and Nicole are underwater, after jumping off the cliff with the Brotherhood just behind them, you can see a gold-colored item fall from Flynn's bag. It's identical to the book and to our knowledge he has nothing else with him. Yet later on in the movie he still has the book with him.

Correction: Look closely. The gold colored item in the water is a large, gold-colored leaf that floats downward after they splash in. Nothing falls from his bag.

Zwn Annwn

Corrected entry: When Flynn sees the sword set in a stone, he identifies it as Excalibur. But the legendary sword in the stone was not Excalibur. Excalibur was a different sword, given to Arthur by the Lady of the Lake, years after he withdrew the sword from the stone.

DavidK93

Correction: Actually, there is major disagreement in the world of Arthurian legends. Some say that the sword pulled from the stone was Excalibur and others say Arthur received it from the Lady in the Lake. Flynn belongs to the former group.

Rlvlk

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