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20+ Movies Where the Crew Made a Silly Mistake

In psychology, there is a term called “inattentional blindness.” It describes the phenomenon of when we don’t notice things happening in front of us. This feature is used by illusionists in order to confuse viewers. Perhaps this is the same effect that works when we don’t see obvious mistakes in the frames of our favorite movies.

We at Bright Side read the comments from the most attentive viewers and here are the bloopers they managed to spot.

“In Billy Madison, when Adam Sandler’s character ‘Billy’ reveals his shirt was taken from his friend Frank, we can see a mic wire exposed.”

“In Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Harry says that vault 713 has been broken into, when the newspaper article doesn’t mention the vault number.”

“In Troy, 2 llamas can be seen leaving the marketplace. There were no llamas in this part of the world at this time.”

“In the opening chase of Beverly Hills Cop, you can see a camera mounted in one of the police cars.”

“In Fifty Shades Of Grey, Anastasia can’t decide whether her hands are in front of her or behind her.”

“Lt. Aldo Raine in Inglourious Basterds wears a Special Forces insignia on his collar. The US Army Special Forces were not created until 1952, [around 7] years after WWII ended.”

“When Albert J. Henckels hands M. Gustave the card for Zero’s unmolested travel permit in The Grand Budapest Hotel, it has a distinctive crease at first, and is then flat in the next shot.”

“Although this scene from Living with Yourself is meant to be set in 2014, Miles manages to get his hands on an iPhone X, which wasn’t released until 2017.”

“In Transformers: Dark of the Moon, the clock in the background shows a different time within seconds.”

“A massive mistake can be seen throughout The Titanic. In the movie, the ship’s 4 funnels emit steam from its engines. In reality, the fourth funnel was mainly to make it look bigger.”

“In IT, when Beverly signs Ben’s book, the pen cap that she holds in her mouth vanishes then reappears in the next shot. It then immediately teleports back into her hand.”

“In Tristan & Isolde, Lord Marke says it’s the night of the full moon. 12 seconds later, a shot of the moon reveals that it is several days away from being full.”

“In Django Unchained, we get our first glimpse of Stephen as he’s making out a check. In both these shots, the check looks noticeably different and the numerical amount has been changed from 68 to 65.”

“In Men In Black, when K searches for his wife, he types in Truro, a town on the tip of Cape Cod. But he actually zooms in on the town of Sandwich, MA.”

“In Fellowship of the Ring, the first time we see the statue of Isildur his left hand is raised, but when they’re next visible, Isildur now has his right hand raised.”

“The entire cast and crew are in the reflection of Kurt Russell’s glasses in Stargate.”

“This girl in Legally Blonde must feel so refreshed!”

“In Spiderman Homecoming, the Staten Island Ferry is shown with cars and motorcycles on its bottom deck. However, vehicles have not been allowed on the ferry since September 11th, 2001.”

“In John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum, the operator is typing on a Commodore VIC-20 that is missing power cable, also LED power indicator is OFF.”

“In Fury, the German soldier that looked under the tank after the final battle held an LED flashlight. You can tell because the light is white when it should actually be yellow.”

“Look at the reflection on the TV set.”

“When you are a secret agent but still can’t figure out how to hold your phone...”

Edwards’ skin should glow in the sun but in the last episode, where Edward and Bella are sitting on a sunny meadow, his skin is not glowing."

Right after the second competition in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Hermione wraps Harry into a blanket. But between the shots, it appears on Hermione again."

Katniss in The Hunger Games likes to shoot a bow in a very strange way. She somehow manages not to injure herself."

“I was watching Doctor Strange and I caught a crew member literally in plain sight.”

Have you ever noticed mistakes in your favorite movies?

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