“Harry Potter,” Game Of Thrones” and “Captain America: Civil War” are some of the movies that captivated the world. With an impressive cast of characters, decent plots, and (of course) eye-catching scenes, they win the heart of the audience and also gain high appreciation from critics. Many of us consider them perfect movies, however, some audiences can “find fault with” their filming.
In fact, mistakes in movies are not out of the ordinary. When the filming process is not “episode after the episode”, and a lot of things need to be focused on, mistakes seem to be inevitable. However, not every viewer can find out the mistakes in movies as basking in their stories, no matter the big or small mistakes the movie left.
In this post, we’ve curated 7 mistakes in well-known movies that just people who have eagle eyes can find out. From unsuitable times to wrong costumes, they will totally leave you in awe. Scroll down to check them out now!
#1 Captain America: Civil War (2016)
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Captain America: Civil War treats us with an incredible cast of superheroes as well as vast arrays of dead-drop gorgeous scenes. The movie seems to be perfect for most moviegoers. However, someone noticed it well and found out there was something wrong with one scene.
It’s the moment that Spider-Man grabs Captain America’s shield and covers it with the web all over. The trophy of the shield was clearly clean in the next scene. That ignited wonders how he managed to clean it so fast.
#2 Game of Thrones (2011)
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The “best TV show” Game of Thrones is absolutely an excellent snag for filling up our movie time. In the movie, the Unsullied are known for their loyalty to their Queen – Daenerys. So they don’t have any romantic relationships with other women. But one of them showed up with a sign of being married with his ring on his finger. That’s a small detail, yet can’t be out of the eagle’s eyes.
However, fans can have an acceptable explanation that wearing the ring is by no means being married. He may just have a special love for jewelry.
#3 Django Unchained (2012)
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In various parts of the films, Jamie Foxx, who played Django, wears sunglasses that are still fashionable today. However, the film is set in 1858, while the first sunglasses were sold in the United States in 1929. Perhaps Django obtained these from a limited collection.
#4 Forrest Gump (1994)
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Lieutenant Dan, Forrest’s friend, planned to put money into a “fruit company.” The fruit turned out to be an apple, and the corporation was the renowned Apple. Following that, Gump received a letter from Apple Computer Inc. in one of the episodes. The letter was dated September 23, 1975. However, the true founding date is April 1, 1976.
#5 Braveheart (1995)
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There’s nothing to complain about Braveheart, yet history aficionados may claim that there’s a mistake with the character’s costume. Scottish warrior William Wallace’s gear is believed to be the kilt – the traditional costume from the 18th century. But the movie depicts events taking place at the end of the 13th century.
#6 Troy (2004)
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Everything is right, but a plane in BC times. Either the filmmakers assumed that the Greeks might require aircraft backup or they believed that Brad Pitt would enchant the audience into overlooking this minor error.
#7 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007)
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Another instance of the movie’s producers foreseeing future trends. In the third chapter of this pirate tale, Captain Barbossa and Elizabeth Swan travel to Singapore with the crew in order to track down Captain Sao Feng. The first half of the 18th century is when the movie takes place. The issue is that Singapore’s modern history only really began at the beginning of 1819.