Kit Sullivan

Factual error: The ferry splits in half down the middle...enough so the water is flooding in dramatically as the split grows. There is no possible way that the two halves of the ferry could have remained afloat like that. It would have sunk immediately. Then, as Iron Man "welds" the two halves back together, the ferry is afloat at the same waterline as before the incident...certainly not feasible with all the water it took on.

Kit Sullivan

10th Aug 2017

Baby Driver (2017)

Other mistake: When Baby is in his boss' car, the boss puts both hands on the steering wheel, and then the sound of the car's engine starting can be heard. He could not have turned the key/ pushed the button with both hands on the steering wheel.

Kit Sullivan

17th Feb 2010

Marooned (1969)

Continuity mistake: Rescue astronaut Dougherty wears a red helmet with a large, single white stripe running down the middle from back-to-front. Once inside his space vehicle the stripe disappears, but shows up once again once he exits the ship in space.

Kit Sullivan

16th Feb 2010

Marooned (1969)

Continuity mistake: The Russian spaceship approaches the stranded 'Ironman 1' capsule, and as it moves across and fills the screen, it blocks the bright sun directly behind it. The following shot shows it moving away from that position and the sun is now nowhere to be seen.

Kit Sullivan

14th Feb 2010

Marooned (1969)

Factual error: In nearly every scene depicting someone or something in weightlessness (zero gravity), objects tend to start moving randomly without any initial propulsive force or, when already in motion, to been seen to randomly change direction of movement with no outside force acting upon them. Both of these are impossible in a true zero-G environment.

Kit Sullivan

1st Feb 2010

Capricorn One (1977)

Plot hole: Somehow, Elliot Gould and James Brolin drive several hundred miles through a desert and halfway across the country in Gould's car (a Datsun 280-Z)in a matter of a few minutes, to arrive at Brolin's supposed funeral in Houston, Texas revealing the conspiracy. I used to own a 280-Z and they are not that fast.

Kit Sullivan