Cowboy hats and Adidas product placement. You know, just the typical things you’d expect to see on a pirate ship. While the “Pirates of the Caribbean” films have been quite successful and helped take Johnny Depp’s career to new heights, these two film mistakes are certainly worth a laugh.
Is Harry Potter’s signature scar on his forehead playing a game of hide and seek? The keen viewers have likely observed Potter’s scar disappearing and then reappearing without reason.
Costello (Jack Nicholson) hits Costigan's (Leonardo DiCaprio) already broken hand, Costello tosses the younger man a few bills to pay for his medical bills. In one shot, Costello is holding the money in his left hand, but the next shot shows him holding the bills with his right.
Thanks to the magic of human error and horrible editing, successful actress Julia Roberts was able to chew on a croissant which morphed into a pancake just
Yet another period piece film, the last thing that should appear in “Braveheart” is a white van. I mean, a white van? That would never happen…
Here's a tip: if you know you're about to shoot a scene that requires environmental changes as integral to the plot as these bullet holes, which convince Jules to give up his work as a hit-man to go and find himself, you should probably make sure they don't appear before the scene that's supposed to cause them.
The single worst bit of extra behaviour ever unwittingly caught on tape was in classic 80s supernatural comedy Teen Wolf, starring a young, hairy Michael J Fox. At the end of the movie, amidst a jubilant, cheering crowd, the offending character decided it was a good idea to stand up, despite having her pants undone, and then fumble to cover up her modesty - probably when she realised several million future MJF fans were going to discover his dastardly crime online.
Look at the broken glass at the bottom picture, it's magically reappeared at the top picture.
One of the greatest death scenes in any film ever, the brutal end to Quint in Jaws is one of the film's most iconic and memorable moments, thanks in part to the actor's incredible performance as the grizzled sea dog, and also the graphic nature of the attack. I mean, obviously it's a great big fake shark that doesn't look all that authentic these days (though it is still better than the dumb Deep Blue Sea killing of Samuel L Jackson), but good artistry can usually transcend the limitations of the equipment.
When the cop car is being hijacked, there's a sledgehammer smashed into the center of the windshield. In the following shot from the inside of the car, the point of impact on the windshield is to the left, on the driver’s side.