Corrected entry: When the crew is paralysed on the Enterprise, just after the aliens have taken the ship over, you can see Uhura blink once with her eyes when one of the male aliens is passing her. (00:05:30)
21st Sep 2009
20th Sep 2009
12th Sep 2009
15th Aug 2009
Corrected entry: Generally speaking, a crutch is designed to function as a replacement for an injured lower limb, thus being used on the impaired side. However, when Cap takes a rifle bullet through the left kneecap (which, incidentally, would have resulted the the total destruction of the knee), he subsequently hobbles around quite spryly, supporting his undamaged right leg with the crutch.
24th Jul 2009
Corrected entry: There are several technological errors in this film. Firstly, the earliest known use of sailing ships was around 3500 B.C. The film shows humans riding horses, which were not domesticated until around 3500 BC. The use of swords and other bladed weapons is also terribly inaccurate, as the first use of swords dates back to only the late 3rd millennium BC in the Middle East and most certainly would have been made from copper, not from any grey coloured metals. And finally, there is a scene in the film with a telescope, which wouldn't be invented until the 17th century AD, not 10000 B.C.
23rd Jul 2009
29th Jun 2009
Corrected entry: During Jim Lovell's daydream of being on the moon, when Jim steps onto the Lunar Module landing pad, it wobbles quite freely. This shouldn't move as the Lunar Module would be solidly on the Moon's surface and the weight from the rest of the module would be pushing it into the surface.
27th Aug 2001
Corrected entry: If the woman from the village is pregnant, then how come she maintains the same weight throughout the later part of the movie?
25th Apr 2009
Corrected entry: When Bobby rings up Captian Insano, the man with the host in the black suit says, "It's our (old) friend from Jackson's Bayou." When he says that, he's obviously saying that Bobby rings more often. Then how come they start laughing at him if they know him? And Captian Insano must have heard him already on the show, so why did he say he was 11 or 12?
22nd Mar 2009
8th Mar 2009
25th Jan 2009
5th Jan 2009
Corrected entry: After Shawn and Gus laugh about Christopher Franzen, the murder victim, being an annoyance and while them and Chief Vick are in frame, you can see Henry in the back of the frame between Shawn and Gus's shoulders. After a flashback and when the camera zooms back out, he is nowhere to be found and does not actually walk in until about a minute later. (00:36:25)
3rd Jan 2009
Corrected entry: The right side of Dent's face burns - but in hospital, it's the left side that's burned off.
26th Dec 2008
Corrected entry: In the scene where the anchor is dropped through Judge Smails boat they show water spraying up from the hole. You can hear the sound of the pumps which are creating the fountains of water.
25th Dec 2008
Corrected entry: During Robert's first flashback, while arguing with his wife in the car, he hits a sick person, who leaves a blood smear on the passenger side window. During the second flashback of the same scene, when his wife gets out of the car, there is no blood on the window.
11th Dec 2008
9th Nov 2008
Corrected entry: When Quatermain gains his first-hand experience with the Phantom men's automatic weapons, he calls them "automatic rifles". The first weapon using this term was the Browning BAR 1918, which saw use in World War I 19 years later. The only automatic weapons used in 1899 were machine guns like the Maxim (which was in the Victorian era used in the British army), so Quatermain should have dubbed these weapons something like "machine guns" or "machine rifles" instead of "automatic rifles".
9th Nov 2008
Corrected entry: M equips JB with a watch-mounted geiger counter to detect radioactivity. Then he hands him a radioactive homing device that he keeps on his person. Surely the homer would trigger the counter, but when he uses it the first time, the counter doesn't register.
1st Aug 2008
Corrected entry: In the scene where the helicopter is shot down, the person who shoots at it aims at the helicopter but he would have to aim above it because the bullet would fall down from that distance.
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