22 Insane Movie Details That Show How Much Effort Was Put Into Production

Some movie mistakes are so hilariously dumb that you wonder if they are made by a professional team. Take Game of Thrones for example, due to allegedly careless filmmakers, the presence of a Starbucks coffee cup and a bottle of water in the series garnered criticism from viewers. However, specific television programs and motion pictures have gone beyond perfection. These Movies have defined what it means to be in love with filmmaking, whether it is by subtly referencing earlier cult films or by extraordinary attention to detail.
While some movies make us want to forget about them as soon as we leave the cinema, these exceptional films can encourage us to get a DVD and watch it repeatedly. You could learn something new each time you press play because of the compelling performances, stunning photography, intriguing subject matter, or the directors' use of Easter eggs and minute tidbits that are buried throughout the scenes.
Despite being a major film lover in general, I was unaware of any of these incredibly small but genius details that make me appreciate the efforts of the filmmakers even more. To get a better understanding, keep on reading and discover some of the cleverest movie details in cinema history.

#1 In Spider-Man 2, Peter Parker claims that he has to have a "strong focus" before jumping from a building. He landed on a Ford Focus and it looked to be in good condition afterward. This proved his point.

Source: © Spider-Man 2 / Sony Pictures Releasing

#2 The automobiles outside the hotel in of John Wick: Chapter 2 are identical to those in Chapter 1.

Source: © John Wick / Summit Entertainment© John Wick: Chapter 2 / Summit Entertainment

#3 A Back to the Future poster is shown in a scene from the movie Look Who's Back. The character also dons attire resembling those of Marty McFly.

Source: © Look Who's Back / Constantin Film

#4 The name of the coffee business mentioned in Pulp Fiction's closing credits

Source: © Pulp Fiction / Miramax Films

#5 In Fargo, when the movie is exactly 30 minutes from ending, Carl says this statement.

Source: © Fargo / Gramercy Pictures

#6 In The Machinist, Trevor chases Ivan while attempting to read his license plate. Upon closer examination, Trevor's license plate is really Ivan's, only it is inverted.

Source: © The Machinist / Paramount Vantage

#7 The 20th Anniversary Edition of The Princess Bride's cover may also be read backward.

Source: © IMDB

#8 Harry Potter movie intros become darker every year, just like the movies.

Source: © Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone / Warner Bros. Pictures© Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets / Warner Bros. Pictures© Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban / Warner Bros. Pictures© Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire / Warner Bros. Pictures© Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix / Warner Bros. Pictures© Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince / Warner Bros. Pictures© Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 / Warner Bros. Pictures© Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 / Warner Bros. Pictures

#9 You can notice the demon Valak’s name several times in the movie The Conjuring 2.

Source: © The Conjuring 2 / Warner Bros. Pictures

#10 The style of cinema that each act of Steve Jobs is shot in illustrates the passage of time. The first act was shot on 16mm film in 1984, while the last act was shot on digital film in 1998.

Source: © Steve Jobs / Universal Pictures

#11 In Up, the town’s buildings develop over the years.

Source: © Up / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

#12 In The Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne drives a Lamborghini Murciélago. Murciélago means “bat” in Spanish.

Source: © The Dark Knight / Warner Bros. Pictures

#13 In I Am Legend, which takes place in the 2010s, there’s an advertisement for a Batman vs Superman movie.

Source: © I Am Legend / Warner Bros. Pictures

#14 The closing shot of Toy Story 3 recalls the opening shot of Toy Story 1.

Source: © Toy Story / Pixar Animation Studios

#15 Viggo Mortensen donned the same red shirt in the 2016 film Captain Fantastic as he did in The Indian Runner.

Source: © The Indian Runner / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer© Captain Fantastic / Bleecker Street

#16 Colette, a character in the movie Ratatouille, has a burn mark on her arm. Professional cooks frequently suffer burns in this environment.

Source: © Ratatouille / Pixar

#17 In Monsters University, the newest “X” mark looks fresher compared to the older ones on Mike’s calendar.

Source: © Monsters University / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

#18 In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Michelle (MJ) is reading a book titled, Of Human Bondage, a story of an orphan boy sent to live with his aunt and uncle.

Source: © Spider-Man: Homecoming / Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group

#19 Violet tries to create a force field around a campfire in The Incredibles but fails. When oxygen is not present, the fire flickers.

Source: © The Incredibles / Buena Vista Pictures Distribution[

#20 Peter still sports the torn Joe's Pizza sticker from Spider-Man 2 on his helmet in Spider-Man 3.

Source: © Spider-Man 2 / Sony Pictures Releasing© Spider-Man 3 / Sony Pictures Releasing

#21 Wall-mounted newspaper in Kingsman: "Brad Pitt Ate My Sandwich.’" is printed on the Secret Service.

Source: © Kingsman: The Secret Service / 20th Century Fox

#22 Nemo appears in the film Brother Bear.

Source: © Brother Bear / Walt Disney Pictures

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