Daz

8th Oct 2006

Flash Gordon (1980)

Corrected entry: In the scene where war rocket Ajax is chasing Flash Gordon into the cloud, the general stops before the cloud and gives orders to electrify the cloud and extend nets to catch Vultan's body. The only problem is that he wasn't chasing Vultan and he has no idea about the pending surprise attack by Vultan on the other side of the cloud.

Correction: The captain (not general) says 'prepare skynets to catch Gordon's body'. He believes that Flash Gordon is hiding inside the cloud. Nothing to do with Vultan.

Daz

Corrected entry: When the Terminator is weaving left to right to get the T-X off the roof of the hearse, you see the rear passenger hubcap fly off of the tire. But in the next shot, it's back on again and then in the next shot it's off.

MCKD

Correction: Look again, it's the front passenger hubcap that flies off, and it stays off.

Daz

Corrected entry: In the scene where Christopher Reeves is looking at the magazines the librarian found for him, he is wearing a blue button-down shirt when she hands them to him. As he is looking, the shot changes to the cover of the magazines with Elise McKenna in it, when the shot changes back to Christopher Reeves he has a blue and white striped button-down shirt on.

Correction: The shirt he is wearing doesn't change. The confusion is due to the camera focus. If you look closely just before the first shot changes, the stripes appear on his shirt as the camera zooms in on him.

Daz

Corrected entry: Time is the 4th dimension.

Correction: This is an unacceptable entry, way too little information posted.

Daz

23rd Jun 2003

Total Recall (1990)

Corrected entry: When Arnold's wife grabs a knife out of the sink and takes the first swing at him, you can see that there's nothing in her hand.

Correction: Completely wrong. The knife is very visible in her hand using slo-mo.

Daz

27th Aug 2001

The Terminator (1984)

Corrected entry: In the scene where Arnie is blasting everyone in the office of the police station, if you look at the shirt under his jacket, it changes from blue to black as he swings around

Correction: Not true. The office is very dark as the lights are out, especially at a couple of angles. His shirt is still blue, it just looks black.

Daz

16th May 2006

The Terminator (1984)

Corrected entry: Reese's face is shaven/unshaven many times throughout the film. Compare his face where he falls asleep in the car to when Sarah is bandaging his wound. You'll see a BIG difference.

Correction: I see absolutely NO difference at all in the scenes you described, and I looked very closely. In both scenes he has roughly the same amount of noticeable growth all around his face.

Daz

Corrected entry: After Sarah shoots Dyson and he's lying on the ground by the magazines, look at his left shoulder. In the first shot he has blood all over his shoulder but in the next shot it is smaller and in one concentrated spot.

Correction: Duplicate entry.

Daz

Corrected entry: As Sarah drags Douglas into the room after she has hit him in the nose, his foot snags his flashlight and it follows him through the door. In the next shot, it is back in the hallway again.

Correction: No, there is a piece of the broom handle lying on the floor before and after he gets dragged into the room. At no time does the flashlight reappear.

Daz

23rd Jun 2006

Doctor Who (1963)

Season 20 generally

Corrected entry: The Cyber leader (black handlebars on the head) is seen being destroyed by the raston robot. It is then seen following the master accross the chess-board. The master then kills it, yet it is later seen giving the order to blow up the TARDIS.

Correction: There are three cyberleaders in 'The Five Doctors'. Each one controls a team of cybermen. Admittedly it is a little confusing as the same actors play each cyberleader and cyberlieutenant.

Daz

24th Nov 2005

Star Wars (1977)

Corrected entry: Just before Leia and Luke swing across the chasm in the Death Star (and at other times), the "blasters" they are shooting are seen to eject shell casings. This is because the guns used in the movie are just dressed-up blank-firing prop guns.

Correction: Duplicate mistake.

Daz

11th Nov 2004

Star Wars (1977)

Corrected entry: In the battle between Darth Vader and Ben, just before the scene switches to Han and Chewbacca, you can see that in the last three hits, Ben's lightsaber has no colour, and it looks like it starting to die out.

Correction: Duplicate mistake.

Daz

22nd Jun 2006

Doctor Who (1963)

The Caves of Androzani - S21-E6

Corrected entry: After Stotz and his men cut through the cockpit door, the reverse shot reveals the door to be mad of polystyrene and obviously not out of proper aviation materials of any sort.

Correction: Duplicate mistake.

Daz

20th Mar 2006

Saturn 3 (1980)

Corrected entry: You can see when the pilot gets sucked out from the locker room, that a wire is attached to him.

Correction: Duplicate entry.

Daz

5th Mar 2005

Liar Liar (1997)

Corrected entry: When Jim Carey's ex is helping him get his impounded car out of the tow yard, she pays with a check, but as she is handing the check in, a sign can be seen hanging above the counter that states that checks aren't accepted.

Correction: The sign says 'no checks accepted without check guarantee card'. Since we never see the start of the transaction, we have to assume that Audrey used her card.

Daz

6th Jun 2003

Liar Liar (1997)

Corrected entry: Whenever Fletcher makes fun of Mr. Allen he has to end his insult with "figuratively speaking" or else it would be a lie (his boss isn't actually cow dung). How come this rule doesn't apply to the other people he insults at the board meeting, such as "you have your head so far up Mr. Allen's ass I can't tell where you end and he begins"?

Piemanmoo

Correction: You're taking it too literally. Remember that Fletcher is being asked what he THINKS about people, not what they actually are. In the example you mentioned, of course the guy doesn't actually have his head up Mr Allen's ass, but to Fletcher he is essentially a brown nose, so it isn't a lie. He doesn't need to say 'figuratively speaking' every time.

Daz

Corrected entry: When Richard is trying to go back in time, the picture above him (that was removed earlier) appears above the bed in one quick shot, then is gone again in the next shot.

Correction: Not true. I watched the whole sequence twice. At no point does the picture re-appear. You must be thinking of the picture from the past that appears very hazily as he is trying to go back in time.

Daz

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