Rob245

28th Sep 2020

Malabimba (1979)

Plot hole: It's never truly explained how the possessed Bimba could possess Sister Sofia while kissing and caressing her.

Rob245

28th Sep 2020

The Assignment (2016)

28th Sep 2020

Licence to Kill (1989)

28th Sep 2020

The Fifth Element (1997)

28th Sep 2020

Cursed (2005)

Stupidity: Joanie should've gone after Jake, after all, he passed the curse onto her.

Rob245

Answer: Yoda isn't "better" than Sidious, they are at roughly the same power level. Sidious and Yoda fight to a stalemate. Yoda leaves because he does not believe he can kill Sidious. Yoda chooses to go into exile and regroup with Obi-Wan to develop a plan to be able to stop Sidious in the future.

BaconIsMyBFF

28th Sep 2020

Black Scorpion (1995)

28th Sep 2020

Joker (2019)

Answer: Murray Franklin is loosely based on Johnny Carson. He can also be seen as sort-of a general reference to nighttime talk-show hosts. Robert De Niro has also said he played the character as a bit of an homage to his character Rupert Pupkin from the 1982 film "The King of Comedy." (Though he stresses they are not meant to be the same character).

TedStixon

Revealing mistake: During several of the deaths committed by the impostor, look closely. The shirt sleeves are dark green instead of the dark blue sleeves of the jumpsuit the impostor wears. Clearly Tom Morga, the hallucination of Jason, did these scenes instead of Dick Wieand, Roy Burns/impostor Jason.

Rob245

26th Sep 2020

Happy Together (1989)

Continuity mistake: When Alex is speaking with Christopher in their dorm room she's wearing a pink top with the right shoulder down. Then it's pulled up in one shot before being back off the shoulder again.

Rob245

Continuity mistake: When Julie approaches the bathroom when the shower's running there's no steam on the mirror, it gets steamed up only a few seconds later.

Rob245

Factual error: When Julie's undressing in the shower scene she steps out of a slip. Impossible as she was wearing pants, women wear slips only with dresses.

Rob245

Other mistake: The posters and DVD / Blu-ray covers with Billie Jean are different. Her lone earring's on her right ear when in the movie it was on her left ear. Her bangs are combed to the left instead of right and her armband's on her upper left arm instead of her upper right arm.

Rob245

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Suggested correction: Something being different on the poster or DVD cover is not a movie mistake.

TedStixon

22nd Sep 2020

Elektra (2005)

Plot hole: Elektra was said to have trained her whole life yet here she seems to need more, as if she's new to martial arts.

Rob245

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Suggested correction: Just because she's been training her whole life doesn't mean that there's not more to learn. Even experts continue to train in order to learn new things.

TedStixon

Revealing mistake: During the love scene two shots of Cheryl Ladd's legs are shown. But they're not hers as they're tanned and have firmer muscle. Clearly her double's legs.

Rob245

21st Sep 2020

Twins (1988)

Question: Who could they return the money to? The guy who paid Vincent was killed.

Rob245

Answer: The money would be returned to the police and used as evidence. Even though Beetroot is dead the police still need to do an investigation to close the case. Since the $4 million was used in a felony (conspiracy and theft), the money would be impounded by the city.

BaconIsMyBFF

21st Sep 2020

Wonder Woman (1976)

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Question: Diana worked with both Steve and his son. What're the odds the son wouldn't find something suspicious about her given that his father may have told him about her when he was a kid?

Rob245

Answer: Suspicious about what, the fact that she's the same Wonder Woman from the 1940's. She explained, she was over a thousand years old or the fact that same Diana Prince worked for him, as his father. She could explain she's her own daughter.

Question: What was Shredder's plan? Surely he'd have the Foot go beyond petty thievery eventually. I never saw it addressed in the movie.

Rob245

Answer: It's not really petty thievery. Shredder essentially has control over a large crime syndicate which is involved in pickpocketing, burglary, and highjacking. And that's just the gang itself. The Foot Clan itself is probably involved with other activities that we haven't seen.

21st Sep 2020

Spider-Man (1994)

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