23 Insanely Interesting Movie Bits That Will Make Your Head Spin

23 Insanely Interesting Movie Bits That Will Make You HeadspinThere is always more than meets the eye in the realm of film. Every prop, outfit, light source, and line of dialogue is designed by a filmmaker for a specific purpose. The slightest aspects in movies sometimes go undetected. When there's big costly CGI combat going on in the front, who cares about how many buttons are on a character's shirt? Audiences might become so engaged in a film's amazing effects that they forget about the rest of the creation.
This list honors the incredible attention to detail that filmmakers devote to their work. A lot of effort goes into creating a film, and much of that effort goes unnoticed by the general public. Whether it was polishing the hue of 17th century period garments or individualizing every piece of armor for an army, the films on this list spent an exorbitant amount of time on detail.

#1 In A Quiet Place, except for the chips, which make too much noise, the pharmacy aisles are vacant.

#2 In Interstellar, when they visit the tidal wave planet, temporal dilation occurs, resulting in each hour spent there being equivalent to seven years on Earth. The song "Mountains" is playing during this moment, and there is a clock ticking sound throughout. Each tick indicates a day on Earth that has passed.

#3 In Spider-Man 2, before leaping from a skyscraper, Peter reminds himself, "Strong focus on what I want." He slams through a wall and lands on top of a Ford Focus.

#4 In Juno, a classified ad shows a doggie daycare that has the same phone number as another ad for a lost Maltese, indicating the daycare lost a dog.

#5 In Rampage, When Dwayne Johnson's character Davis signs his name, he is really using the American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "Rock."

#6 In Liar Liar, When Fletcher uses a pen to draw "blue" all over his face, he also writes B.B. King, the late blues legend's name.

#7 In Moana, Maui's hook may still be seen on his right wing when he transforms into a hawk.

#8 In Captain America: Civil War, Because they're both composed of vibranium, Black Panther's claw marks may be seen on Captain America's shield.

#9 In Fight Club, Tyler Durden is a resident of Paper St. "A road or street that appears on maps but does not exist in reality," according to the definition of a "paper street."

#10 In Guardians of the Galaxy, after Peter is arrested, it says he has a "translator implant in neck." This is how he's able to speak to aliens.

#11 In The 40-Year-Old Virgin, David, who is played by Paul Rudd, wears a shirt with a portrait of himself.

#12 In Kill Bill: Vol. 1, The Bride's shoe's bottom is shortly revealed. "FUCK U," it says.

#13 In The Brave Little Toaster, Blanky can only reach halfway up the house's walls, thus they're only half-clean.

#14 In Spider-Man: Homecoming, Of Human Bondage, is a novel about an orphaned kid who is taken to live with his aunt and uncle, and MJ may be seen reading it.

#15 In I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry, early on Chuck and Larry wear Nike and Adidas respectively. After getting married, they both wear Puma.

#16 In Hot Fuzz, Two persons are shooting weapons, and a sign that reads "2 shooters 4 for the price of 1" is visible.

#17 In The Pursuit of Happyness, Will Smith, who plays Chris Gardner, passes by Chris Gardner who inspired the film the moment before the end credits.

#18 In We're the Millers, Rose wears the same outfit and hairstyle that's seen in an ad for a cleaning service earlier in the movie.

#19 In Baby Driver, The heart of this artwork transforms from black to crimson after Baby meets Deborah.

#20 In Toy Story, Woody is imprisoned under a container with a toolbox on top that says "Binford." Binford is the tool firm from Tim Allen's Home Improvement, in which he portrays Buzz Lightyear.

#21 In I Am Legend, Fred the mannequin's head slightly turns.

#22 In Evan Almighty, God's name tag reads Al Mighty when he appears as a waiter.

#23 In the Harry Potter movies, The tale, like the intros, gets darker with each film.

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