12 Ridiculous Mistakes That Eagle Eyed Fans Spotted In Movies

Making a movie isn’t a piece of cake. A movie project can last 6 months or even years and the cost of production can reach hundreds of millions of dollars. Additionally, it requires cooperation, careful planning, and a painstaking knack for details. However, even the most meticulous preparations sometimes have little flaws spotted by buff movies.
The majority of the goofs take the form of simple continuity errors. For example, white cars can be seen in the background during a battle scene in “Braveheart”, or the much-publicized Starbucks cup in “Game of Thrones” become one of the most notable mistakes in the cinema industry.
We’ve rounded up some mistakes in Movies that are attention tests for true fans. Scrolling down to see them.

#1 Avengers: Endgame

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Avengers: Endgame is one of the most successful movies of all time but it has a few mistakes. In the scene (00:38:00), where some kids approached Hulk to take a picture, we can see that the pancake is cut in the middle but just a few seconds later, the two halves are joined together.

#2 Top Gun

Source: © Top Gun / Paramount and co-producers© Top Gun / Paramount and co-producers 

Despite being an awesome sports movie, “Top Gun” has a continuity error. In the scene where Maverick and Charlie meet in an elevator after their training, Kelly McGillis' hair has been dyed a different shade – it looks darker.

#3 The War with Grandpa

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Robert De Niro’s character in the movie The War with Grandpa grabs his right knee after falling. But his left knee is bandaged afterward.

#4 Forrest Gump

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In a scene of “Forrest Gump” when Forrest's friend Lieutenant Dan decided to invest money in some "fruit company, most of the viewers noticed that the company was the legendary Apple. Additionally, the date on the letter from Apple Computer Inc said September 23, 1975, but the real foundation date is April 1, 1976.

#5 Don’t Look Up

Source: © Don't Look Up / Hyperobject Industries and co-producers

In the movie “Don't Look Up”, the gloves on the main heroine's hands appear and disappear during the discovery scene.

#6 Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope

Source: © Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope / Lucasfilm

C-3PO and R2-D2 are hidden in the Death Star control room when a battalion of soldiers enters through the door to look for them. The moment when a stormtrooper hits his head on the door that was lower was so funny because it added sound to the hit.

#7 Troy

Source: © Troy / Warner Bros. Company

When watching “Troy”, many notice that there is an aerial appearing in the movie. Fans joke that the GreeGreeksht need special support.

#8 Twilight

Source: © Twilight / Summit Entertainment and co-producers

Even if you’re a fan of Twilight, you might not notice that the shelf behind Edward has decoration and, after exchanging a couple of words with Bella, the decoration has changed.

#9 Cruella

Source: © Cruella / Walt Disney Pictures and co-producers

In the movie “Cruella”, a banana slice that stuck to the main character’s cheek became bigger in a matter of seconds.

#10 Clueless

Source: © Clueless / Paramount and co-producers© Clueless / Paramount and co-producers

Amber’s hair grows longer and shorter throughout the film, but in some scenes, it only reaches her shoulders.

#11 Titanic

Source: © Titanic / Twentieth Century Fox and co-producers

Titanic is not an exception. In the scene (02:06:06) when Jack is handcuffed to a ship's tube we see him in suspenders, but they disappear a few seconds later.

#12 Enola Holmes

Source: © Enola Holmes / Netflix and co-producers© Enola Holmes / Netflix and co-producers

“Enola Holmes” is set in the 19th century when women tied their hair back with some loose curls at the sides. However, Millie Bobby Brown who took on the main role shows with a half-updo.
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