Correction: The authorities could easily obtain a sample of their fingerprints from any of the items they touched in their hotel room.

Phaneron Premium member

Corrected entry: Towards the end of the film, when the brothers are driving, through the front grill of the car and the fan is visible yet is not moving. The fan spins when the car is running.


Correction: No, it's an electric fan, operated by a clutch, which only comes on when the engine needs cooling, as opposed to a fan driven by a fan belt, which would turn with the engine speed. The electric fans also allow air to be drawn through the radiator when the car is not moving.


Corrected entry: In the scene when Connor and Murphy are swinging down the Prudential building to get at Yakavetta, in one shot before they hit the window, both brothers are shooting at the glass to weaken it, but in the next shot, it looks as though the brother on the right side of the screen does not even have his gun drawn at all, but is instead trying to cut his rope.


Correction: Both brothers have their guns out. The brother on the right has his gun pointed towards the brother on the left. Since there isn't any reflection on it and they're wearing black it is much harder to see. When you view it in slow motion you can see the knife in his right hand and another object in his left. The other object being the gun.

2nd Apr 2009

Day of the Dead (1985)

Corrected entry: During the zombie feast at the end, there is a zombie munching away and what appears to be the remains of Steele and there is an internal organ swinging right beside her head. Watch closely, because while she's eating, she's looking directly into the camera.


Correction: When a character, even a flesh-eating zombie, happens to glance at the camera lens it is treated as if the camera is not there - so the character is really only looking at that 'empty' area, which coincidentally is that of the camera's position. This is referred to as the imaginary 'fourth wall'. Unless the character does something to break character, when he/she looks at the direction of the camera's lens, there is no valid mistake.

Super Grover Premium member

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