Jeffy

Corrected entry: After the train crash Wendy looks back at all the people that died, look at the left-middle portion of the screen you can see a man breathing and move his lip as if he was talking.

Jeffy

Correction: He could very well have been trying to moan, since he was obviously not dead, just like Wendy.

Knever

Corrected entry: When Sheik Amar talks about his last ostrich Anita, he is referring to her as "she", but in the picture, it's obviously a male ostrich. Male ostrich are black with a white tail. Female ostrich, however, are greyish black.

Jeffy

Correction: The guy's a thief, a gambler, and a con artist; not an avian biologist. Why should he know the difference?

Phixius Premium member

26th Sep 2010

A View to a Kill (1985)

Corrected entry: During the car chase where Bond steals a taxi and loses the back of it, he couldn't have driven it because there is no back to it, and therefore no gas tank.

Jeffy

Correction: As long as there is fuel in the carburetor and fuel lines, the car will still run. The time the car is shown driving without a fuel tank is not so long that it would be inconceivable for it to use up all the fuel in the lines.

19th Sep 2010

A View to a Kill (1985)

Corrected entry: When Zorin is gunning down on all of his workers in the underground mine, Christopher Walken's lips move as if he is screaming something out, but his audio is muted.

Jeffy

Correction: He's firing a machine gun in an enclosed space. It's going to be loud enough to drown out whatever he says. (From the scene, we can infer that it was just words to the effect that he's enjoying killing them.).

Captain Defenestrator

2nd Jul 2010

Click (2006)

Corrected entry: After Michael gets to be Ammer's new partner, Ben and Samantha go outside and ride "The Coolest Bikes in Town." Kevin O'Doyle's robo dog can be seen moving between shots.

Jeffy

Correction: During the scene where Ben and Sam go outside and ride their new bikes, If you look closely at Kevin's broken robodog can be seen switching positions from underneath his cheek, to up to the cheek.

Jeffy

7th Aug 2010

Crank (2006)

Corrected entry: At the end of the movie where Chev is about to land on a car, if you pay close attention under the car you can see pedestrians and cars moving at a high rate of speed. And the peds on the sidewalk are not showing any reaction to Chev landing on a car.

Jeffy

Correction: The cars are driving at variable speeds as people drive like that. The pedestrians "moving at a high rate of speed" are clearly running/jogging. And the pedestrians on the right side of the screen clearly react to Chev hitting the car by staring at him during the whole time that they are in the shot.

Knever

25th Jul 2010

Toy Story 3 (2010)

Corrected entry: While in the end credits when Trixie and Rex play on the computer, Trixie looks green. In several shots she is blue.

Jeffy

Correction: Trixie is blue. She looks green behind the computer because of the light of the screen

lionhead

25th Jul 2010

Carrie (1976)

Correction: Well, yeah. I flinch, too, when something is flying at my face.

rswarrior

Corrected entry: Miranda says that Arabic word for yes is "Haanji". But the correct words for yes is "Aiwa/na'am". "Haanji" is the Punjabi(is an Indian Languge)for yes.

Jeffy

Correction: Character mistake.

raywest Premium member

2nd Jul 2010

Toy Story 3 (2010)

Correction: There is no rule saying that the toy's faces must return to their exact position when people are around (i.e., when they have to freeze in position). Woody's expression is always a closed-mouth smile when frozen in place with only slight changes in his facial expression. In a universe where toys can come to life it must be acceptable that there can be changes in their configurations when they freeze in place.

BocaDavie Premium member

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