The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D

Corrected entry: If Max, when he was asked to choose which one was the real ice crystal, knew that it was around the Ice Princess's neck because he saw it in his dream, why did he beforehand draw a picture of a heart when describing it, when it is shaped as a crystal and why did he try to get the fake one when he knew it wasn't the real one and froze Lavagirl?

Correction: In his dream, it may very well have been shaped like a heart. He chose the wrong crystal first because, at the penultimate moment, he did not have enough faith in his dream to risk this decision.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: When Max is in the Shark-Rocket, blasting off to Drool, Max's cheeks are flapping around wildly. This is iMpossible because there is no air in space. Furthermore, Lavagirl's hair is untouched.

Correction: This is a movie about a sharkboy and a lavagirl. Nearly EVERYTHING in it is impossible.

Jason Hoffman

Corrected entry: At the part where Lavagirl accidentally burns Max's diary, Sharkboy douses Lavagirl's hair after it bursts into flames. A few shots later, her hair is suddenly completely dry.

Movie_Freak 1

Correction: Lava Girl's head gives off intense heat (the reason for her hair catching fire in the first place), so it's likely that her hair dried quickly.

Corrected entry: When Max's Father is being blown away, Lavagirl grabs his clip-on tie, yes the tie unclips but it should have burst into flames like the sushi and the diary.

Correction: Lavagirl can control what she wants to burn.

Hamster Premium member

Corrected entry: When Sharkboy, Lavagirl and the kid from Earth fall off the platform after travelling through the passage of time, the kid from Earth falls on Sharkboy and crushes his fin, which looks like it is inflatable. But later on, the fin is not broken at all and is strong enough to cut through ice.

Correction: Max is dreaming, so shark boy's fin's condition could have just been forgotten and therefore fixed.

Corrected entry: Early on, it mentions Sharkboy grows gills. On the planet Drool, he is holding his breath when he swims underwater to escape the electric eels.

John Pilge

Correction: The heroes are losing their powers, which would explain his inability to breath underwater at this point.

Corrected entry: Just before they leave the school, Sharkboy or Lavagirl say that the planet Drool is just outside the solar system. But they do not leave the solar system since they did not pass Pluto. They also happened to miss Uranus. They also happen to be travelling faster than the speed of light, since they pass all the planets in a matter of seconds, while light takes hours, and travelling past the speed of light is impossible without creating a black hole.

Correction: The planets do not orbit the Sun in a straight line so it would be easy to not pass all (or even any) on your way out of the solar system. And, according to our laws of science, travelling faster than light (even with a black hole and you cannot create one) is impossible. But, then again, so are LavaGirl's and SharkBoy's very existence. Who knows what can be accomplished with their science.


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