7 Too Obvious Movie Bloopers That You Just Can't Ignore

There are a lot of aspects that contribute to the greatness of the movies that we enjoy watching, but that doesn't mean they don't have their share of flaws. For example, an actor can mess up a line, or the shadow of a camera might be seen in the background of a scene. Due to the impossibility of achieving perfection, even the most meticulous directors are liable to overlook something important during production.
Therefore, fasten your seatbelts because we have collected a list of seven movie errors you might not have seen; nevertheless, once you do, you'll never forget them.

1. Legolas' eyes

Source: The Lord of the Rings

Legolas, the Elven prince who appears in "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," is depicted as having blue eyes. However, you'll note that his eyes shift colors to purple and brown in some sequences during The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, particularly battle scenes.

2. The book in The Conjuring

Source: The Conjuring

One of the scenes in the movie features a bookshelf that is seen in the background. There's a magnificent work of historical fiction called Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, which came out in 2004. It's one of the books there. The fact that The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It took place in the 1980s was a trivial but unresolved error in this discussion.

3. The note in Everything Everywhere All at Once

Source: Everything Everywhere All at Once

In the film, Evelyn is shown carrying a piece of paper in her hand with instructions scribbled. The fact that the verb "breathe" is spelled incorrectly is a distinctive aspect of the note. When she checks the note again later, she sees that the misspelling has been corrected.

4. The book in Unforgiven

Source: Unforgiven

A fleeting scene in the film demonstrates an error that was made. Gene Hackman appears to be reading a book, but the camera only catches a glimpse of what he is really reading: the script he is supposed to be reading for the moment.

5. The voice in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Source: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Because the voice of Austin Butler has been dubbed over, his mouth does not move when he says "Course I have."

6. The handles in The Little Mermaid

Source: The Little Mermaid

Each of the dinner plates Carlotta brings out to them for their meal has a silver handle. Nevertheless, when Sebastian comes across it, one of those silver handles transforms into a gold handle.

7. The Medal in Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

Source: Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

In one of the scenes, Dahmer returns home from basic training in 1979 wearing a National Defense Service Medal, which was not an honorable discharge status between the years 1974 and 1990.
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