Sir William

28th Jan 2006

Dumb and Dumber (1994)

Corrected entry: Right before Harry is telling Lloyd that he doesn't bet, they show an aerial shot of the van near a pond and a bridge, showing that they had already made it past this point. But then when Joe pretends to be a hitchhiker, he's in the same spot where the aerial shot was shown. Joe is being picked up by Harry and Lloyd at a place they have already passed.

Sir William

Correction: This mistake has already been submitted.

Corrected entry: During the scene where Greg makes the "truth serum speech" you can see that the microphone has no cord, it should have a normal XLR or wireless interface cord in it. But it has nothing. So why can everyone hear him, if the mic isn't plugged in?

Sir William

Correction: Actually, there are now many wireless mics that don't have the 'traditional' wireless short interface cord sticking out. Here is an example of a style that is closer to the one shown in that scene:

Luna Negra

1st Feb 2005

The Village (2004)

Corrected entry: Right before Ivy is setting up the "creature" to fall into the hole, she puts her arms up twice. (01:25:35)

Sir William

Correction: This is an add-on special effect done by directors in their movies to give the viewers a better picture of what's going on. A small excerpt of a certain scene is repeated, but at a different camera angle, then it quickly switches back to the original angle or to a new one. This is usually done at the climax of the movie, or at the climax of a part of the movie.

Corrected entry: When John talks to Kates father after being shot, you see that Kate is mouthing John's lines.

Sir William

Correction: I watched this scene several times and it appears as if Claire Danes just opens and closes her mouth - a lot. Her mouth movements don't actually make words. She does the same thing whenever she is leaning over her father, regardless of who is talking.


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