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New this week Other mistake: Throughout the movie, Hank's lab in its shrunken form is constantly jostled and tossed around, but when it's restored to full size in a new location, nothing is out of place and everything still works perfectly.

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New this week Suggested correction: Given that he has prepared the lab to be shrunken and mobilized at a moment's notice, he probably thought of this ahead of time and secured everything important in place.

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Perhaps he could secure some things, but there's never so much as a computer monitor out of place.

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It's a fair point. I agree that some things should definitely be out of place, but given the importance of what he is working on, he would take measures to ensure that the important things wouldn't become damaged and inoperative when the lab is being moved around. We see on at least one occasion that he has ants roaming the lab, so it's possible he trained them to ensure that the Quantum Gate and any device essential to its operation are protected at all times.

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New this month Trivia: Dryden Vos offers Han and the others Colo Claw Fish, when they are on his yacht. That's a reference to one of the giant fish seen on Naboo in "The Phantom Menace."

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New this month Trivia: The famous "Imperial March" can be heard being played at the recruitment center on Corellia. Apparently, the Empire used it as propaganda.

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New this month Plot hole: How do they have an external view of the three Klingon ships that were vaporized? Even if the ships had the ability to transmit external visuals, after the last ship was destroyed, how are they able to see images of empty space where the ships had been? The same thing happens when the Epsilon station is destroyed. Where is the external camera?

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20th Jun 2018

The Conjuring (2013)

New this month Factual error: The morning after the exorcism, the headlights on all the cars outside of the house are still on. There is no way car batteries from the 1970s would have lasted all night.

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20th Jun 2018

The Conjuring (2013)

New this month Continuity mistake: When Lorraine sees Rory in the music box mirror, the items on the wall should be reversed, since it's a mirror, but they are not. When she turns around to look, everything is in the exact same position.

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15th Jun 2018

Stem (2017)

Factual error: No matter how sophisticated the STEM chip is, it would not enable Grey (Logan Marshall-Green) to go from a completely horizontal position to a completely vertical position in one fluid motion, without bending his knees, and he does this several times in the film.

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10th Jun 2018

Mama (2013)

Continuity mistake: In the hospital, when Lucas looks at the map, he is wearing a dark jacket. In the shot immediately preceding this, when he first reaches for the map, he's wearing only his hospital gown.

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Trivia: In Dryden Vos' meeting room, the golden idol from the opening scene of "Raiders of the Lost Ark" can be seen briefly on one of the tables. So too is Mandalorian body armour, similar to Boba Fett's.

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24th May 2018

Deadpool 2 (2018)

Trivia: Spoiler alert! Zeitgeist has the number 116 tattooed on his arm. This is a reference to the issue number of the comic in which he dies.

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22nd May 2018

Deadpool 2 (2018)

Trivia: Deadpool's inmate number in the Icebox is 24601. This is the same number used by other characters such as Sideshow Bob from The Simpsons and Eric Cartman from South Park. It is also the same number of Jean Valjean in the film version of Les Miserables where Hugh Jackman played the role.

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22nd May 2018

Deadpool 2 (2018)

Trivia: The parkway on which part of the convoy battle sequence takes place is named after Deadpool writer Gerry Duggan.

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10th May 2018

Tombstone (1993)

Trivia: Jon Tenney, who plays Sheriff Johnny Behan, is using the real Behan's actual pistol, a 4 inch Colt Sheriff's Model, in the film. Screenwriter Peter Sherayko tracked it down and purchased it in order to end an argument between him and co-writer Kevin Jarre over the type of pistol Behan had used.

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24th Apr 2018

Toy Story 2 (1999)

Stupidity: Al is supposed to be a super serious toy collector and seller, but he handles valuable toys without cleaning the cheese puff dust off his hands.

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23rd Apr 2018

Toy Story 2 (1999)

Other mistake: In the elevator shaft, Buzz and the other toys react to Zurg riding the top of the elevator car before he's even visible.

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20th Mar 2018

Hancock (2008)

Continuity mistake: After Mary reveals herself to Hancock, the next time she and Ray are at the kitchen table, the towel Ray picks up off the table immediately changes completely from the one that Mary uses to try and open the jar. There is no other towel anywhere near them, and it's a split second, so it's definitely supposed to be the same one.

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20th Mar 2018

Hancock (2008)

Factual error: During the bank robbery, Hancock throws a metal lamp shade to sever the leader's hand, who is holding a spring loaded, dead man switch. The switch would have released the instant the hand was severed and the muscles relaxed.

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20th Mar 2018

Hancock (2008)

Factual error: When Hancock saves Ray's life by stopping the train, stopping the train instantly like that would have caused it to violently derail, likely killing everyone on the train, and causing massive damage to the entire neighborhood.

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13th Mar 2018

Rawhide (1959)

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Factual error: The show is set in the 1860s. However, in several episodes, trail boss Gil Favor can be seen wearing Wrangler jeans. The Wrangler brand was not introduced until 1947.

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5th Feb 2018

It (2017)

Factual error: During the rock fight, Richie calls Henry Bowers a "mullet wearing a**hole." The term "mullet" wasn't coined until 1994 by the Beastie Boys in the song "Mullet Head."

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