illiniman14

23rd Feb 2016

John Wick (2014)

Video

Other mistake: When John is talking to the club bouncer, John says that he lost weight, to which he replies (in Russian) "Twenty kilograms." The translation says "over sixty pounds," but 20 kilograms is just over 44 pounds.

illiniman14

26th Jan 2015

The Newsroom (2012)

One Step Too Many - S2-E6

Factual error: The General wants to do his interview by the TV so he can watch March Madness at the same time. When the interview is about to begin, it shows a Kentucky game being played on Kentucky's home court. Teams cannot play on their own court during the NCAA Tournament. (00:40:50)

illiniman14

21st Jan 2015

Taken 3 (2015)

Character mistake: When Dotzler is giving one of his first meetings when trying to catch Brian in the police station, the LAPD signs behind him are misspelled "Departement."

illiniman14

21st Jan 2015

Taken 3 (2015)

Factual error: After Brian calls Kim to tell her that Lenore is dead, he hangs up and there is a shot of Kim. We hear a busy signal on her phone instead of a dead line.

illiniman14

19th Sep 2010

Rope (1948)

Revealing mistake: In the opening scene when Brandon opens the curtains to let the light in, he is suddenly casting a shadow on to the couch, towards the window, as if the light is coming from behind where the camera is located. (00:04:15)

illiniman14

1st Apr 2010

The Informant! (2009)

Factual error: The movie takes place during the 1990s, but throughout the movie cars are shown with Illinois license plates with "Illinois" written in cursive. These plates were not introduced until 2001. (00:24:45)

illiniman14

27th Feb 2009

The Sting (1973)

Continuity mistake: After the scene where Doyle places the bet on Blue Note for Hooker, Hooker gets onto an elevator. After the door closes, there is a visible edit. The operator switches from barely visible to standing where half of his body is visible. (01:18:00)

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