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Trivia: The call sign for the mobile command center is SHIELD 616. Earth-616 is the name for the primary universe in Marvel comics.

LorgSkyegon

20th Feb 2013

Supernatural (2005)

Route 666 - S1-E13

Revealing mistake: During the love scene between Dean and Cassie, you can see the tape used on Cassie to keep the show PG-13.

LorgSkyegon

26th Apr 2012

Sidekicks (1992)

Continuity mistake: At the end of the fight in the gym, Mr. Horn comes in and stops it. Yet in the previous overhead shot, he is nowhere to be seen. The shots are meant to be directly connected - watch Cellini's hand. In the overhead shot, he starts brushing his hair back. In the close shot, he finishes the motion from the exact point he stopped in the overhead shot.

LorgSkyegon

25th Mar 2012

The Net (1995)

Trivia: While walking the beach, Devlin wraps his handkerchief around Angela's waist. Cary Grant did the same thing in the film "Notorious", where he played a character named Devlin.

LorgSkyegon

25th Mar 2012

Space Camp (1986)

Factual error: When Control realizes that the kids are communicating with Morse code, they get someone to translate. He reads out "Request alternate landing White" in the space of 9 seconds. The lights and sounds from the CXT switch are not going nearly fast enough for him to have gotten all that.

LorgSkyegon

20th Mar 2012

Four Brothers (2005)

Revealing mistake: At the beginning of the shootout where Jack is killed, Bobby dives into the house to escape the gunfire. You can see the solid brick wall shift like cardboard when he hits it.

LorgSkyegon

18th Mar 2012

General questions

Question: I am trying to remember a film that I think takes place at a summer camp (or at least some place with lot of kids). In it there is a scene where several boys fake a groin injury so the attractive female nurse will touch them.

Answer: The scene you describe makes me think of the 1985 TV movie "Poison Ivy," starring Michael J. Fox (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089820/), or maybe the 1984 film "Oddballs".

18th Mar 2012

The Beach (2000)

Question: What exactly is a "soft bog roll"?

Answer: A "bog roll" is another term for toilet tissue. The soft just refers to its texture.

raywest

17th Mar 2012

The Sopranos (1999)

To Save Us All From Satan's Power - S3-E10

Continuity mistake: When Tony sees Jackie Jr. getting a lap dance, the dancer has her top pushed up. After Jackie pushed her off and she moves past Tony, her top is down without having time to move it.

LorgSkyegon

16th Mar 2012

Son in Law (1993)

Audio problem: When Horace stops calling the square dance he tells his band that he is going to get some punch. His words do not match his mouth.

LorgSkyegon

7th Mar 2012

Maverick (1994)

Factual error: When the camera focuses in the the clock striking five, we see the clock has patent number "19701". While this patent does apply to a clock, it was not issued until 1900, 25 years after the movie was set.

LorgSkyegon

Continuity mistake: While Riddick is being scanned by the Quasi-Deads, his anger causes the glass jars to break and the liquid to spill. At least seven distinct breaking sounds are heard. But during his escape, the glass jars are intact and there is no black liquid on the ground.

LorgSkyegon

Factual error: Farmer MacReadie tells Phil he knew of a pig that could play Scrabble. However Scrabble was not released until 1948, three years after the war ended.

LorgSkyegon

7th Feb 2012

Once Bitten (1985)

Continuity mistake: During the dance off, Mark's hair changes several times from a tightly sculpted helmet to puffy and back again.

LorgSkyegon

22nd Jan 2012

M*A*S*H (1972)

Dear Dad - S1-E12

Audio problem: Right before throwing the football, Trapper says "Yo, Hawk!" but his mouth movements say "Hey, Hawk!"

LorgSkyegon

16th Oct 2011

The Wizard (1989)

Plot hole: This is supposedly the first ever gameplay of Super Mario Bros. 3. Yet somehow Haley seems to know things she shouldn't, like the location and purpose of the warp whistle, a brand new item.

LorgSkyegon

Continuity mistake: Right before "Be Our Guest", Lumiere kisses Belle's hand. In the first close shot, his arm flame is lit. The far shot then shows it out. Then the second close shot shows it lit again.

LorgSkyegon

Revealing mistake: When the tube is being inserted into Crazy K's nose, an imperfection in the tube is visible near the orderly's fingers. It doesn't move, despite the orderly "inserting" the tube.

LorgSkyegon

4th Sep 2011

That '70s Show (1998)

Son and Daughter - S8-E14

Factual error: When Donna and Randy are in Eric's bedroom, Randy is playing with Eric's toy lightsaber. However, the blade is green. No green lightsaber toys were produced until after the release of "Return of the Jedi", which occurred in 1983. Moreover, the handle is the modern style, not the vintage.

LorgSkyegon

4th Sep 2011

That '70s Show (1998)

Show generally

Factual error: Several times, Fez claims to love the book "Superfudge", reading it once a month. However, it wasn't published until 1980.

LorgSkyegon

20th Aug 2011

Amistad (1997)

Factual error: The Bible Yamba is seen reading in court is the Gustave Dore Illustrated Bible. However, this was first published in 1865, 25 years after the completion of the Amistad case.

LorgSkyegon

30th Jul 2011

Frasier (1993)

Trivia: The Cafe Nervosa is supposedly located at the real Seattle intersection of 3rd Street and Pike. Among the four businesses at the corner in real life is a Starbucks.

LorgSkyegon

Two for One - S2-E19

Character mistake: After Tommy and Kimberly are attacked by Pursehead, when they morph, Tommy says "Dragonzord" instead of "Tigerzord".

LorgSkyegon

9th Jun 2011

The Sandlot (1993)

Continuity mistake: When the vacuums explode in the clubhouse, Benny jumps over the railing right after Bertram and you see him fall past Ham. Almost 10 seconds later, Ham drops off the ladder. The next shot shows Ham and Benny hitting the ground at the same time.

LorgSkyegon

6th Jun 2011

Renaissance Man (1994)

Audio problem: At the end of the movie, when Sergeant Cass is leading the new recruits in Rago's Hamlet march cadence, there is a loud answer from the recruits he is leading. It is quite obvious that not a single recruit is saying anything.

LorgSkyegon

Revealing mistake: During the final fight scene, as He-Man attacks Blade with a rifle, Blade reacts to two hits that miss him.

LorgSkyegon

Revealing mistake: When Michaelangelo throws the flask to knock away the canister of ooze, the ooze flies away before the flask reaches it.

LorgSkyegon

10th Mar 2011

Little Giants (1994)

Continuity mistake: After Spike and Murphy miss the tackle and hit the Gatorade, Tad turns and sees the entire Cowboys team bearing down on him. In the next shot, there are Cowboys all the way across the field. Are we supposed to believe that they ran away, then ran back?

LorgSkyegon

10th Mar 2011

Love Potion No. 9 (1992)

Continuity mistake: After Paul escapes the police station and breaks the chair, the handcuffs disappear from his wrist.

LorgSkyegon

Trivia: When discussing Wilbur's family, he says his dad Cornelius looks like Tom Selleck. Tom Selleck is the one who provides the voice for the adult Cornelius Robinson.

LorgSkyegon

29th Dec 2010

Coming to America (1988)

Revealing mistake: While Akeem is getting his hair cut, you can see the reflection of the white character he plays in the mirror. It is quite obviously a stand-in, with a fatter face and different glasses.

LorgSkyegon

13th Sep 2010

Armageddon (1998)

Trivia: While being strapped in, Rockhound tells Harry they're sitting on "something with 270,000 moving parts all built by the lowest bidder." This is a paraphrase of a quote by Alan Shepherd.

LorgSkyegon

12th Sep 2010

Armageddon (1998)

Question: Does anyone know what the NASA employee says to Lev the cosmonaut the first time we see him? It sounds like "stasveecha"

Answer: It's close to "zdrasveetsya" phonetically, which is a colloquial greeting like: "how are you doing".

rswarrior

10th Aug 2010

A Knight's Tale (2001)

Trivia: Several of the named knights were, in fact, real, though many of them are from different time periods. Ulrich von Lichtenstein was a knight and author who was said to have invented the concept of chivalry and courtly love. Piers Courtenay was a descendant of Edward I, born in the 15th Century. Sir Thomas Colville, Edward III's disguise, was a knight from the 13th Century. Lord Roger Mortimer was the lover of King Edward II's wife - Isabella of France - and was hanged, drawn, and quartered by the Black Prince's father, King Edward III.

LorgSkyegon

Other mistake: When Sawyer fires at the men on the roof in Venice, he shoots over 30 bullets from two six-shot revolvers.

LorgSkyegon

11th May 2010

Beerfest (2006)

Revealing mistake: During the fight between Cherry and Landfill, you can see several times that it is not Cherry, but a stunt double. The stunt double is much thinner and has much lighter skin. It is best seen when she is on the ground and Landfill is kicking her in the stomach.

LorgSkyegon

24th Apr 2010

Sidekicks (1992)

Plot hole: The Frying Dragon team wins the Breaking, Weapons, and Men's Fighting competitions, as well as coming in second place in the Women's Kata, yet they are still only tied for the lead in the end?

LorgSkyegon

21st Dec 2009

The Mask of Zorro (1998)

Factual error: Captain Love's revolver is a Colt Buntline. This model wasn't released until 1876. The movie is set in 1841. He should have been using a Colt Paterson, which was invented in 1836.

LorgSkyegon

Revealing mistake: When the centurion strikes Brian after Pilate confirms he wants him to do it, you can see the filming skip, showing that Brian wasn't actually struck.

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