In the movie “Home Alone” one of the burglars gets hit with an iron, resulting in a burn on his face. However, the iron wasn’t plugged in, so it should have caused a bruise at most, but the facial bone fracture could still be plausible.
In the movie “Jurassic Park” Nedry supposedly watches a “live feed” from a surveillance camera on his computer. However, observant viewers can notice that the video is being played through a media player – it’s clearly a pre-recorded video, and you can even see the play button and the timeline.
“Planet of the Apes”
The viewers who watched the movie “Planet of the Apes” were concerned if monkeys could really take over the Earth. Scientists answer this question unequivocally – no! No matter how intelligent primates may be, they will never succeed in mastering human speech, and humans will always have the advantage.
In the movie “Fury” in one of the scenes, soldiers mention “Tic-Tac” candies, which were actually invented in the 1960s.
In the movie “Ant-Man” Scott is shrunk to atomic size and passes through a molecule. The molecular structure shown in the movie is based on the outdated Rutherford model. The Bohr model is considered a more accurate representation of the molecule’s structure nowadays.
“The Dark Knight Rises”
In the Batman trilogy, a grammatical error was made in the word “heist.”
In one of the battle scenes in the movie “Braveheart” a car appears in the frame, which is a serious mistake considering that the plot is set in the 13th century.
During the scene at the “Cleopatra’s Club” in the movie “Django Unchained” the bust of Nefertiti is clearly visible in the frame. However, the action takes place in 1858, while the bust was only discovered by archaeologists in 1912.
In the movie “Inglourious Basterds” you can notice in one of the frames that the breast insignia of the corporal instantly disappears.
“The Shawshank Redemption”
Every time the main characters are playing checkers or chess, you can see that the bottom right square of the board is black, whereas in a regular chessboard, this square is white. Therefore, banker Andy Dufresne, who is portrayed as highly intelligent, oddly placed the pieces along the board instead of perpendicular to it.
“Saving Private Ryan”
In the iconic movie “Saving Private Ryan” there are several inaccuracies. Recall the scene where a German sniper notices a soldier aiming at him. He sees the flash, hears the gunshot, and then, moments later, gets hit in the eye by the bullet. Director Steven Spielberg overlooked the fact that bullets travel at supersonic speeds, so a person being shot wouldn’t be able to hear the shot before being hit.
In Stephen King’s adaptation “It” the movie is set in 1989, yet there are cosmetic products on store shelves from today’s era. For example, Nivea and Oil of Olay creams are visible.
“Kingsman: The Secret Service”
The creators of “Kingsman: The Secret Service” used a frame from their own movie for the dossier of the Swedish princess.
In the movie “The Matrix” Trinity performs a somersault off the staircase and then jumps out of a window without getting any scratches. However, when she enters the phone booth to exit the Matrix, blood suddenly appears on her face.
It’s amusing to see Tom Hanks’ character from the movie “The Terminal” with his driver’s license bearing the name Gulnara Gulina.
Ron’s hairstyle in “Harry Potter” constantly changes when he’s on the Hogwarts Express train.
In the movie “Deadpool” the main character writes “Hi, I’m Deadpool” on his drawing, but a completely different inscription appears in the opening credits.
In the movie “Love Actually” the character’s tie suddenly changes in one of the scenes.
In the movie “Gladiator” it is quite implausible for a gasoline tank to be found on the overturned chariot, given that it’s set in the second century.
In the scene when Godzilla severed the cables of the Golden Gate Bridge, it should have collapsed immediately, but the bridge remained in place.
The events described in the movie “Troy” took place around the turn of the 13th to 12th centuries BCE. While a sunshade wouldn’t be surprising, the presence of its metallic frame with spokes is quite unlikely, as such structures weren’t invented until three thousand years later.
In the movie “Forrest Gump” the main character mentions that in 1975, Lieutenant Dan invested their money in “some kind of fruit company” and thus ensured a comfortable life for them. However, the fact is that Apple’s first public stock offerings were only introduced in December 1980.
Ciri, a girl from the 13th century, in the TV series “The Witcher” somehow acquires modern-day attributes of women’s appearance as she grows up: we can observe the character having groomed and colored eyebrows.
The creators of the TV series “Downton Abbey” overlooked the fact that during the Edwardian era, elongated corsets with a “planchet” that sat lower on the chest were already in fashion. However, in one of the scenes, Michelle Dockery’s character wears a classic model that fully covers the chest.
“The Last Duel”
In one of the scenes of the film “The Last Duel” the main character Marguerite de Carrouges is shown petting a Boston Terrier puppy, a breed that was developed around 1875. It’s worth noting that the film’s events are set in the year 1386.
In the movie “300” there is a small oversight by the costume designers where a modern-looking bra can be seen on one of the characters.
In the movie “The Revenant” the main character has to navigate the wilderness alone to seek revenge, and he only has a water flask with him – no knife or blade. However, despite his time in the wild, his mustache remains unchanged and doesn’t grow a millimeter.
“Bridget Jones’s Diary”
In “Bridget Jones’s Diary” a safety wire is visible when the heroine descends on a fireman’s pole.
“Catch Me If You Can”
In the movie “Catch Me If You Can” which is set in the 1960s, the character played by Brenda Strong wears braces, which hadn’t been invented yet during that time period.
“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
In the movie “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” Sharon Tate is seen wearing anti-glare glasses, but in reality, such glasses became fashionable much later, only in the 1980s.