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21st Jun 2015

Tusk (2014)

Factual error: In the background, outside the Gimli Slider diner, you can see mountains. Gimli, MB is flat, and on the shores of Lake Winnipeg.

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21st Jun 2015

Tusk (2014)

Factual error: At the diner scene at the Gimli Slider, there's an ashtray with a lit cigarette on the table. Manitoba has had a smoking ban in all enclosed public spaces for over a decade.

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Continuity mistake: The beginning of Phantasm III starts with a flashback from Phantasm II. The car being driven in the flashback is a 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda, with four headlights, two distinctly separate hood scoops, and a hardtop. In Phantasm III, the car is a 1970 Hemi 'Cuda, with two headlights, a single Shaker hood scoop with dual openings, a "Hemi" stripe, and a convertible. It's supposed to be the same car, and in the flashback sequence it's easy to see the differences.

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2nd Jan 2014

Red Dawn (2012)

Continuity mistake: Matt is firing a machine gun from a rooftop. At one point you can see there are about three rounds left in the feed. Immediately he fires a full burst for much longer than three or four rounds would allow.

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17th Feb 2013

Paul (2011)

Factual error: When Jason Bateman first meets the rookies at the roadblock, some Saguaro cacti can be seen in the background. Saguaro are not indigenous to Nevada.

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11th Feb 2013

Dark Shadows (2012)

Factual error: On the Amtrak train, "Vicki" sees a sign advertising downhill skiing trips to Victoria, BC. There are no downhill ski areas in Victoria, or close by, and Amtrak doesn't travel to Victoria.

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29th Feb 2012

Killer Elite (2011)

Factual error: In the opening scene in Mexico, there is a Pontiac Fiero in the background. Fieros weren't built until 1984, and the movie takes place in 1980.

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Visible crew/equipment: Immediately after the scene of The Executioner beginning his walk to the prison, there is an aerial shot moving toward the prison in which the camera plane's shadow can be seen on the right of the screen.

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Factual error: In the scene where the Gingerdead Man is finally defeated, he fires a six shot revolver at the hero seventeen times without reloading.

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24th May 2011

The Good Guys (2010)

Bait & Switch - S1-E2

Continuity mistake: During the final shootout scene, Dan hides behind a Mustang when the redneck truckers are shooting at him. The right front tire gets shot out, and the car drops on the rim. The shot cuts to Dan, and the car's right front tire is again shot out. It is not a different view of the shot, it is supposed to be continuous action.

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6th Mar 2011

Faster (2010)

Other mistake: Driver fires 7 rounds from a 6 shot revolver before reloading in the shootout with Killer in the apartment hallway.

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Factual error: In the chase scene where Lou is running after the derelict, they pass a number of vehicles parked and driving on the streets. All of them are correct period vehicles for the late 1950s, except for a white semi truck which is from at least the mid 1990s. The grille and headlights on the truck are the giveaway.

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9th Jan 2011

Knight & Day (2010)

Factual error: On the plane, June says she is restoring a '66 GTO, and flying to Kansas to get a triple deuce carburetor for it. The GTO didn't have a "triple deuce"; that was an aftermarket carb system made by Edelbrock for multiple car brands. If she's restoring the car, she'd be looking for a Tri-power carburetor set up. The Tri-power and the triple deuce are entirely different manifolds and carbs.

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31st Dec 2010

Inception (2010)

Continuity mistake: During the vehicle chase in the first dream, the taxi's driver's side windows are shot out. In the next shot, while it is backing up and hitting another car, the windows are intact. And in the next shot, the windows are broken again.

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16th Oct 2010

Kick-Ass (2010)

Factual error: The paramedics apply the neck collar to Kick Ass after he was hit by the car. The problem is he is already on the spinal board when it is applied. Neck collars are always applied before putting the patient on the spinal board, especially when head or neck injuries are suspected as would be the case in being struck by a car. Even if there were no witnesses to him being hit, paramedics would assume a neck/head injury if no one saw the incident. Also, the paramedic doesn't immobilize his head before applying the collar, and is far too rough in putting it on.

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Revealing mistake: The can of "Chernobly" is supposed to be from Moscow, and the lettering on the can contains at least one Cyrillic letter. However, the name printed on the can is nonsensical, using random Latin and Cyrillic letters in an effort to look Russian, but the letters don't spell a word and means nothing in Russian.

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23rd Jun 2010

Dark Country (2009)

Revealing mistake: During the fight scene at the rest area, Gina is hitting Dick, and her sweater rides up her back, revealing the battery pack for the microphone taped to the small of her back.

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22nd Jun 2010

The Simpsons (1989)

The Color Yellow - S21-E13

Factual error: In the scene where Lisa's great great grandmother, and the slave Virgil escape to Canada, they enter Canada across a suspension bridge, which has, on the Canadian side, the Canadian Maple Leaf flag. In 1860, Canada was not yet even a country, and the flag was the Union Jack and the Canadian Ensign. The Maple Leaf was not adopted as the Canadian flag until February 15, 1965.

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Other mistake: Finbar is shown torturing a victim while the victim has his head in a halo used for immobilizing a person's head. The screws to hold the victim's head tight can be seen not to be touching his head, yet the victim is still bleeding from the screws.

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3rd Feb 2010

Surrogates (2009)

Factual error: In the beginning of the movie, during the "news" clips, it is stated that the Dreads have reservations near major cities. They show a map of North America, and have indicated some places in Canada that have reservations. Unfortunately, most of the locations shown are not near any major cities, and in fact most shown are in the middle of nowhere. The vehicles throughout the movie are current to modern day, not even showing any new models that were released in 2010, so it is safe to assume the movie takes place in the near future. It is not at all conceivable that major cities in Canada would spring up in the next few years for the locations shown on the map.

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