oswal13

20th Sep 2018

Pixels (2015)

New today Continuity mistake: While the Indian guy is taking a shot of the pixel attacking the Taj Mahal, his cell phone switches hands between shots.

oswal13

20th Sep 2018

Pixels (2015)

New today Continuity mistake: When Sam kisses Violet at the end of the film, the sun changes between shots.

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17th Sep 2018

Supergirl (2015)

Girl of Steel - S3-E1

New this week Trivia: The way Kara rejects the bullets from the machine gun is very similar to how Superman did in Superman Returns.

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17th Sep 2018

Point Break (2015)

New this week Trivia: James LeGros played Roach and Bojesse Christopher played Grommet in the 1991 version. Both play FBI agents in this film.

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17th Sep 2018

Junior (1994)

New this week Revealing mistake: When Alex throws Banes at the lab, you can see the stunt double falling for him.

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20th Aug 2018

Ghost (1990)

Other mistake: At the time Sam is shot his soul separates from his body, indicating that he dies, but in the next shot the ambulance is carrying him to the hospital in order to help him.

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Suggested correction: If paramedics think there might be a chance to save someone they will continue treatment until a doctor has made the call to stop. Just because the paramedics continued to try to save him doesn't mean he hadn't already died, just that they were not yet willing to give up.

jimba

I've seen Emergency Medical Technicians and County Coroners call "dead at the scene" many times, without any attempt to resuscitate. In Sam's case, in this movie, he certainly seems to be dead, just a moment after the gun discharges.

Charles Austin Miller

19th Aug 2018

Crossroads (1986)

Continuity mistake: The amount of whiskey increases in Eugene's free shot at the bar.

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Continuity mistake: The amount of blood on Hunt's face changes during the last fight against Walker.

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Continuity mistake: After the breakfast machine dumps the eggs in the pot at the start, the eggshells disappear.

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Continuity mistake: When Marty and Doc are jumping on the logs on the train, the sun changes between shots.

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Plot hole: Doc could not have the copy of the pic of him and Marty at the clock of the tower, because Marty has it in the DeLorean when he comes back to 1985.

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Suggested correction: There are several instances of duplicate (doppelganger) items and characters in the same timeline throughout the BTTF trilogy. For example, the DeLorean itself exists two and even three times within the same timeline. Doc and Marty and Jennifer and Biff all exist as doppelgangers within the same timeline. So, a duplicate photograph should be no problem in a storyline riddled with such inconsistencies.

Charles Austin Miller

This is incorrect... there is only 1 Marty, 1 Biff, 1 Doc, 1 Jennifer and 1 DeLorean. Yes, multiple versions may exist at the same time but in no instance is there a copy of the original person or car. For example, in BTTF II in 1955 there are 2 Marty's at the dance at the same time but the 2nd newer Marty is the same Marty from BTTF I. There should only be 1 copy of the picture, on the other hand, because it has not (to the best of our knowledge) been time traveling. The only explanations (for it to not be a mistake and these are still guesses) could be that they had a second picture taken even though it might be an expensive and time consuming process or Doc Brown could have gone into the future and taken it from Marty and, therefore, the picture could exist twice in 1 time period.

The photo time-travels at least twice in BTTF3: Once with Marty in the DeLorean on the explosive return trip, and again a few moments later when Doc arrives in the steam-powered locomotive time machine. We can reasonably assume that there was another, time-erased meeting between Marty and Doc (possibly in the future) wherein Marty explained how the photo was destroyed, prompting Doc to go back to the Old West and procure the photo again. Same exact photo X2, same scene, just as there were multiple characters and vehicles in the same timelines.

Charles Austin Miller

Suggested correction: The technology existed in 1885 to produce duplicate copies of the same photograph. The photographer who took it would certainly be able to do so there and then. Even if that wasn't the case it's not a stretch that someone of Doc's abilities could manage it so that he and Marty could each have their own copy.

Suggested correction: It's certainly possible that they got more than one photograph taken.

Greg Dwyer

21st Jul 2018

Halloween (2007)

Trivia: The way Michael pins a guy on the wall using a knife is exactly like he did in the original version.

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Suggested correction: Given that this is a direct remake, especially in the second half, I don't think noting various similarities should be considered valid trivia. There'd need to be far too many entries, and it's not really something that'd be considered interesting or notable since it's expected.

TedStixon

21st Jul 2018

Halloween (2007)

Trivia: Michael makes a ghost joke with a sheet just like he did in the 1978 version.

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Suggested correction: Given that this is a direct remake, especially in the second half, I don't think noting various similarities should be considered valid trivia. There'd need to be far too many entries, and it's not really something that'd be considered interesting or notable since it's expected.

TedStixon

21st Jul 2018

Halloween (2007)

Plot hole: Michael could not know that Laurie at 15 was his sister, nobody mentioned it, her friends just call her Laurie.

oswal13

19th Jul 2018

Halloween (2007)

Trivia: The clown pants and the mask wore by Michael when he is 10 resemble the original worn by him in the 1978 version.

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Continuity mistake: At the Myers house when the guy with the black jacket is lighting a candle he uses his right hand then the left.

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Plot hole: It was impossible for Michael to get the mask from the paramedic's head or get another one exactly like the original.

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Revealing mistake: In the H20 flashback when Laurie cuts the head there is no blood from it.

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Trivia: There is a mid credit scene linked to Avengers: Infinity War.

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Trivia: There is a post credit scene.

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