The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Corrected entry: When Eustace is transformed into the dragon Edmund and the prince see his clothes burning to ashes implying that he was transformed without clothes. When the lion transforms him back into a boy, he is suddenly wearing clothes again. Only his shoes are missing, which were burned too.

Kelley Courtney

Correction: A magical talking lion, who is this world's all-powerful deity, magically transforms a boy who had previously been magically transformed into a magical beast back into a boy, and your suspension of disbelief falls apart when this omnipotent god who created the very world they're in out of nothing magically gives the boy clothes so he won't be naked in front of everybody? Nope, sorry, this isn't a mistake.

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Corrected entry: When there is a shot of the characters' shadows on the shore before Aslan's Country, and the camera moves back towards Aslan's shadow, Aslan's actual body is not there, his paws are not touching his shadow, there is no Aslan, just the shadow. And then in the next shot, he is there.

Moviemadman

Correction: That's not a movie mistake, it's an example of Aslan's power. He's materializing out of nothing. We see his shadow first, and then he appears. That's why there was a shot specifically of the characters, pan to their shadows, pan to Aslan's shadow, and BIG REVEAL: no Aslan.

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