12 Hidden Messages In Famous Movies That You Probably Missed

When watching a movie, most people tend to focus on the storyline instead of the background. They didn't notice hidden details that have a deeper connection with the movie. If that sounds like you, you are part of the 99% of people watching movies to relax.
In fact, most movies are rich in hidden messages related to other movies, books, or novels. For example, in the movie “Lilo and Stitch”, some eagle-eyed viewers spied the poster “Mulan” on the Nani’bedroom wall. Apart from it, in "Returning The Favor To Blade Runner", we can notice a spinner from “Blade Runner” in the lower-left part of the screen. Film directors added them to the movie to make the viewing experience more exciting.
Below are 13 movies with incredible hidden messages you totally missed.

#1 Raiders of the Lost Ark

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Some fans slowed “the Raiders of the Lost Ark” down and found out several interesting details. The ancient temple is inscribed with Egyptian hieroglyphics on every inch of the walls. Apart from it, some viewers discovered that when Indy and Sallah uncover the stone cover holding the Ark, a set of hieroglyphics to Indy's right clearly depicts R2-D2 and C-3PO together.

#2 The Simpsons

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If you are a fan of “The Simpsons”, you know that every character has four fingers on each hand. However, in a heaven scene, God and Jesus have five fingers. They can be the same person.

#3 Fight Club

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When you first watch “Fight Clun”, you probably won’t notice the Starbucks cups. In fact, it exists in every single shot. The hidden message here is to show how consumerism can take over our lives, and how dependent we've become on it.

#4 A Clockwork Orange

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There are some hidden messages in the record store in “A Clockwork Orange”. The number “101” was placed on a lower shelf of the courter.

#5 Aladdin

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The legendary character of Disney, Mickey is hidden in many other Disney movies, and one of them is “Aladdin”. Particularly, in the scene, Jasmine’s Tiger has a pair of Mickey's ears because of the Jafar’s spell.

#6 Breaking Bad

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Do you remember that Walter lost his trousers when making his meal with Jesse in the first episode? It’s surprising that at the end of the movie, we saw them sprawled out on the desert sand while Walter buried his millions.

#7 Fast Five


We catch a glimpse at the name of Han appearing in four parts of the “Fast and Furious” franchise and realize that it is similar to the name of the iconic Star Wars character, Han Solo.

#8 Star Trek

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If you want to see R2D2 in the “Star Trek”, watch the movie again. R2D2, the diminutive robot star of the “Star Wars” films, was spotted in a second “Star Trek” movie.

#9 Tron (1982)

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In “Tron” (1982), As the solar sail ship travels along, for a brief moment you can see the silhouette of Mickey Mouse on the ground made to look like part of the terrain.

#10 The Dark Knight Rises

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If you’re a DC fan, you know that The League of Shadow is the organization that Bane joined before being excommunicated by the former leader. Look at him in “The Dark Knight Rises”, you might find Bane’s scars on his head.

#11 The Matrix Reloaded

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In most films, the number plates are often blurred so that viewers do not notice anything interesting about them. However, in “The Matrix Reloaded” the number of religious texts. It corresponds to Daniel 2:03: “I have had a dream that troubles me and I want to know what it means.’’

#12 Futurama

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Futurama is filled with sorts of hidden details that you might miss. As Leela and Lars make their way through the Head Museum, fans can see Eric Cartman’s head sitting on the top shelf. However, two characters just stare at the other heads in jars and ignore this head.

#13 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

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Look closely in one scene of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, we notice that a man with a white shirt on the left screen looks like a guest from the future.
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