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Donald Jenkins

29th Apr 2004

Matchstick Men (2003)

Continuity mistake: As Nicolas Cage is smoking a cigarette in his car when his daughter comes into view for the 1st time. The camera angle flips between him, him with her in the background, to his key, back to him, and back to him with her in the background. Each time the angle changes so does the length of his cigarette. The time span is only a matter of 10-15 secs as she walks up and then starts to walk away, but his cigarette ends up being longer than when she walked up.

Donald Jenkins

15th Mar 2004

Underworld (2003)

Continuity mistake: At the end when the 3 vampires are shooting at Michael, Selene drops behind them. The blood on the left side of her head disappears and reappears a couple of times. When she's taken them out it's back again. And it gets bigger and smaller all during the time it's there.

Donald Jenkins

15th Mar 2004

Underworld (2003)

Revealing mistake: In the fight scene between Michael and Viktor, Viktor throws Michael in to a column and Michael lands face down. You can see his wire harness bulging under his pants.

Donald Jenkins

3rd Mar 2004

Underworld (2003)

Revealing mistake: In the fight scene between Michael and Viktor, you can see several times where Michael's dark colored make-up has been wiped off his lips.

Donald Jenkins
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl mistake picture

Other mistake: In the scene where Jack and Will have just taken the Interceptor and the Dauntless is coming about, the men on the row boat get caught in its path. A second after the men abandon ship, you see the boat get destroyed. If you look closely at the forward wake of the ship, the boat is too far away to be destroyed by the front of the ship. And since the boat intially goes down when it's struck, it can't be the keel of the ship, since that would send it up.

Donald Jenkins

5th Dec 2003

Clerks (1994)

Trivia: Walter Flanagan, who played the woolen capped smoker in the angry crowd, the egg infatuated man, offended customer, and the cat admiring bitter customer, also filled the part of Walt Grover (aka Fanboy) that Brody got in to fight with in front of the comic book store in Mallrats.

Donald Jenkins

5th Dec 2003

Clerks (1994)

Trivia: Another of the many cross-overs from "Clerks" and "Mallrats" is Rick Derris (played by Ernest O'Donnell), the trainer that gives Dante a hard time about being out of shape. In "Mallrats," when T.S. was talking to Gwen about her having sex with another guy in front of everyone while they were going out, it was on Rick Derris' gaming table.

Donald Jenkins