Clash of the Titans

Continuity mistake: In the beginning as Spyros and his family are landing their boat, Spyros sees soldiers of Argos demolishing the statue of Zeus. In the aerial shots the fishing boat is in full sail. Just as the statue hits the water, the sails are drawn.


Continuity mistake: After Perseus saves Princess Andromeda and the two are washed up on a beach, her arms are still cuffed to long ropes. As she stands to her feet, they vanish from her arms instantaneously. (01:32:30)

Continuity mistake: Towards the end of the film, there is a shot of Andromeda being led to be sacrificed, in this shot you can see that she is wearing sandals that are laced up her legs, and have no way of falling off. However her sandals are gone when she's under water, before Perseus dives down to rescue her. Lying unconscious on the beach, she has bare feet.

Continuity mistake: The size and status of Perseus's venom scar varies improperly after it has been healed. It is less healed in later shots than in some earlier.


Continuity mistake: Andromeda falls into the water as the Kracken is turning to stone with several large rocks falling with her. When she hits the water as the camera lingers on her underwater, no rocks hit around her at all. They all vanished.

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Continuity mistake: Towards the end when the one villager calls for Andromeda to be sacrificed, the sun is behind him shining through the scaffold they built to hold the princess. However when the camera angle changes to behind the guy - the sun is gone.


Continuity mistake: Right after Perseus kills the former king (he stabbed Io in the back), he gets up to his Pegasus, rushes back for his sword and Medusa's head. In the shot of him going for the Pegasus after he picks the head up, he is seen without it for a shot. He immediately has it in the next.


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