See Hilarious Mistakes Found On Blockbuster Films

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Though hundreds, sometimes thousands, of people work on the production of major motion pictures, sometimes mistakes slip through the cracks and made it to the final edit.

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Some of the biggest blockbusters in history include oversight, false information, and other snafus that apparently went unnoticed on the cutting room floor.

Below are some hidden mistakes in some of your favourite movies.

Pirates of the Caribbean #1

Pirates of the Caribbean #1

Pirate of the Caribbean faultily show Jack Sparrow wearing a hat with an Adidas tag in clear view. Needless to say, it was a major oversight.

The Green Mile

The Green Mile

In The Green Mile, an accused rapist with otherworldly powers gets sentenced to the electric chair, though the State in which it took place didn’t the legal killing method until several years after the film’s settings.

La La Land

La La Land
image by Summit Entertainment

In the modern musical La La Land’s grand opening scene, drivers dance on car roofs on a Los Angeles freeway. Multiple takes of the scene show that some those vehicles have dented roofs no account of the physical activity undertaken atop them.

American Sniper

American Sniper
image by Warner Bros Pictures

Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper strangely and obviously uses a fake, plastic baby to serve as dainty daughter of Bradley Cooper’s troubled GI character.

Pirates of the Caribbean #2

Pirates of the Caribbean #2

In one scene of the Pirates of the Caribbean, a cowboy spotting a white tee and a ranch hat can be spotted aboard the ship.

Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind, a nearly four hour classic film, features a lamp attached to an electric cord, which would not have been commonplace in Civil War-era America.

The Mummy

The Mummy

When Cruise and Wallis are in the underground tunnel beneath London they are walking along the tracks before a Tube train blasts through. The third rail is missing, which carries the electricity for London underground trains and would have electrocuted them both if it was there as it should be.

Gladiator

Gladiator
images by Dreamworks LLC & Universal Pictures

In Ridley Scott’s 2000 epic drama on Ancient Rome, Gladiator, Russell Crowe’s character is referred to as “the Spaniards,” though that term would not come into popular use until the 14th century whereas the film takes place some 1,200 years prior.

The Shawshank Redemption

The Shawshank Redemption
images by Castle Rock Entertainment

The poster in The Shawshank Redemption hiding the main character’s escape route is of Raquel Welch in One Million Years B.C, though the film would not have been released by the time of the film’s setting.

Top Gun

Top Gun
image by Paramount Pictures

The Ariel acrobatics of Mavericks and Goose’s Top Gun would have actually crashed together if the stunt had been undertaken in  real life.

North by Northwest

North by NorthwestIn one scene in Hitchcock’s classic North by Northwest, a child can be sen in the background bracing for a gunshot that would come later in the scene.

Pirates of the Caribbean #3

Pirates of the Caribbean #3
image by Peter Mountain/Disney Enterprises, Inc.

At world’s End includes a voyage to Singapore, though the land would not be founded by British explorers until the following century from which the film takes place.

 

Schindler’s List

Schindler’s List
image by Universal Pictures

Spielberg’s epic WW11 drama Schindler’s List features a plastic stamp pad, though the item hadn’t actually been use during this period.

Pulp Fiction

Pulp Fiction
image by Miramax

In Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Mia Wallace loses the red mark indicating where adrenaline would be shot into her chest upon coming back to consciousness.

Braveheart

BraveheartIn Braveheart, Mel Gibson’s character dons a Scottish Kilt, though the apparel would not come into wide use until centuries after the setting in which the film takes place.

Cast Away

Cast Away
image by Twentieth century Fox Film

In Cast Away, starring the inimitable Tom Hanks, the FedEx boxes that wash ashore aren’t waterproof, though not a single item he discovers damaged from the South Pacific waters.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Raiders of the Lost ArkIn one scene of the Raiders of the Lost Ark, an extra can be spotted in jeans and a T-shirt, which actually won’t be in fashion till 1930s setting of the film.

Reservoir Dogs

Reservoir DogsReservoir Dogs depicts a scene in which one the criminals is handcuff from the back, only seconds later to be seen handcuff from the front.

The Avengers

The AvengersIn 2012, The Avengers, Captain America’s suit is ripped near the waist, though the film continues inconsistently without the tear in the costume.

Independence Day

Independence DayThe 90s Independence Day shows NYC’s Empire State Building getting blown up, though it incorrectly depicts it as been at 53rd rather than 34th street.

300

300In the war film, 300 one army fights with the help of bombs, though the mechanisms behind bombs wouldn’t be discovered until millennium later.

Django Unchained

Django UnchainedIn Tarantino’s Django Unchained, the titular character dons reflective sunglasses. Though they are very much in vogue today, sunglasses were scare in the Civil war era and were typically used for medical reasons.

Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Terminator 2: Judgement DayIn Terminator 2: Judgement Day, the chief’s villain’s head split into two before Arlnod Schwarzenegger’s character even fires his weapon.

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