The Wolfman

The Wolfman (2010)

4 corrected entries

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Corrected entry: Lawrence is on the train and drops his wallet. The shot is of him in an empty compartment. Next shot is of a man picking up and returning the wallet.he just magically appeared out of no where.


Correction: The scene is a "dream" of sorts. When he awakens, the wallet is in the same spot on the ground along with the newspaper, which he folds in the "dream".

Corrected entry: During the beginning of the movie, shortly after Lawrence returns home, Anthony Hopkins is blowing off the "candles", I wonder what type of "lamp" that is. The lights should not fade off. You can obviously compare the effects when he blows off the candle in the next moment.

Correction: If they are oil lamps, which they are, the wick, which is soaked with oil, will continue to glow for a few moments after the flame is blown out. That's why they fade out like that.

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Corrected entry: After Larry's rampage through London he hides in Gwen's shop. Gwen returns and using a wall switch turns on the electric lights! (Year=1891?).


Correction: She was actually turning up the gas for the lamps.


Corrected entry: The film is set in 1891 and depicts a scene where the wolfman attacks a bus full of passengers, yet the earliest motorised buses were not introduced to London until 1902.

Correction: The bus seen in the film is steam powered, which were in use since the 1830's.


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