Spot 17 Movie Mistakes Only the Most Observant Cinephiles Caught
Crafting a film is an intricate journey, requiring the dedication of hundreds of individuals. Despite colossal budgets and the meticulous efforts of the production team, imperfections are bound to emerge. Occasionally, films hit the big screen with overlooked bloopers, only to be uncovered later by eagle-eyed audiences like ourselves.
Edward’s skin in Twilight doesn’t always sparkle in the sunlight.
In the film Catch Me If You Can, Amy Adams’ character wears braces, which had not been invented during that era.
In the closing credits of Don’t Look Up, Jonah Hill’s character’s bag floats in space, but in the subsequent scene, it is shown in his hand.
In that particular film, the character played by Leonardo DiCaprio forgets his phone in the car’s phone mount. However, the moment he exits the car, his phone magically appears in his pocket.
A banana slice that adheres to the main character’s cheek in Cruella inexplicably enlarges within seconds.
In The Lost City, Sandra Bullock’s character wears a tight jumpsuit without pockets, leaving the mystery of where she kept her phone.
In the identical movie, the character portrayed by Daniel Radcliffe embarks on a car journey. However, just a few moments before, it is noticeable that the passenger seat is unoccupied.
In Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore, people on the street vanish and reappear during Dumbledore and Credence’s meeting.
The tram passengers, teleported by wizards, strangely behave as if nothing unusual or dangerous is happening.
In Red Notice, Dwayne Johnson’s character hands a glass of water to Ryan Reynolds, but in the subsequent shot, Dwayne is holding the glass again.
It remains unclear how Wonder Woman manages to carry a massive sword behind her back.
More importantly, how she retrieves it given the physical limitations of human hands.
In Marry Me, Jennifer Lopez’s phone screen displays an active call even after she supposedly ended it in the story.
In House of Gucci, Lady Gaga’s character listens to music on a portable cassette player, a technology introduced a year after the depicted events.
In Casino Royale, the armrest under the character’s right arm consistently changes position.
Robert De Niro’s character in The War with Grandpa grabs his right knee after falling, but later, his left knee is inexplicably bandaged.
In Dallas Buyers Club, Matthew McConaughey’s character suffers from an incurable illness affecting his appearance, yet his perfect teeth remain unaffected.
Jennifer Aniston enters the room wearing trousers. After a little while, we can see that her character Julia is now wearing pantyhose.
Daenerys Targaryen is drinking Starbucks coffee.
If you are a cinephile and enjoy hunting for Easter eggs and bloopers in movies, you might want to check out another article featuring a compilation of movie mistakes that few people have noticed.