Tomorrowland
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Continuity mistake: When Frank Walker and Casey Newton get into Frank's bath to escape the robots, Frank gets in on the left and Casey gets in on the right. They get shot off but when they land in the swamp, Frank is on the right and Casey is on the left.

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Audio problem: After Casey and Frank have landed in the lake, via the bathtub rocket, Casey starts talking to Frank about having already prepared the escape. Her lips are never shown moving along with the speech.

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Continuity mistake: When Frank and Casey are escaping in the bathtub, the wall behind and floor below open up (the tub is suspended on a framework). When the shot cuts to a different view, the wall and floor are instantly back in their original closed positions as the tub blasts off through an opening in the roof.

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Trivia: When Casey enters the shop, the female store clerk is watching the TV. On top of the TV is a piece of memorabilia from The Iron Giant. The director of Tomorrowland, Brad Bird, also directed The Iron Giant.

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Trivia: Michael Giacchino, the film's music composer, has a cameo as the operator of the It's A Small World ride.

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Trivia: When Casey's hand is stuck in the force field, an action figure of Mr. Incredible from The Incredibles floats along the force field. This movie and The Incredibles were both directed by Brad Bird.

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Question: David Nix is talking about how they saw the iceberg and warned the Titanic, but the monitor was built after the world fair in 1963, and the Titanic sank in 1912 - how is it possible for that to happen?

Chosen answer: He was using it as a metaphor. The Titanic being mankind heading towards its own destruction. Man was warned of the dangers (wars, global warming, etc) and we didn't do anything to change our ways, "went full stem ahead".

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