Table of content    
  1. Braveheart
  2. Pride & Prejudice
  3. My Girl
  4. The Young Victoria
  5. Spencer
  6. Amadeus
  7. Game of Thrones
  8. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
  9. And Just Like That...
  10. The King’s Speech
  11. The Twilight Saga: New Moon
  12. A Series of Unfortunate Events

10+ Movie Bloopers That Managed To Slip Through The Cracks

Making a movie is definitely an intricate process that demands nothing less than a polished final product. Hundreds of crew members have to work so hard on the set to make sure that no detail can escape scrutiny, even the smallest. Even with meticulous planning and strict supervision, errors are able to sneak into the final cut. 

Producers may have missed subtle blunders but eagle-eyed fans take pride in uncovering them. While the allure of the silver screen often masks these missteps, the keen eyes of dedicated viewers ensure that no glitch goes unnoticed. 

We’ve collected some mistakes that producers may have missed but fans didn’t. 


#1. Braveheart

Princess Isabelle uses metal belts for her clothes. Yet, it shouldn’t appear in the movie which is set in 1280. These belts were seen until half a century later. 


#2. Pride & Prejudice

The movie is set in 1835 when rubber boots didn’t hit the market until 1853. Fans spotted that Lizzie wears them while running down the stairs. 


#3. My Girl

We saw a mood ring that changed color depending on the wearer’s body temperature. Mood rings were invented in 1975 while the events take place in 1972. 


#4. The Young Victoria

The dresses of female characters in the movie were designed with a zipper. However, it just exists 10 years from the time the film is set. 


#5. Spencer

The movie is about Princess Diana's existential crisis during the Christmas of 1991. In the movie, there is a scene where the Princess wore Chanel glasses. However, it’s a fact that she never wore it since the intertwined C’s reminded her of Charles and Camilla.


#6. Amadeus

Constanza looks so hot in a beautiful strapless corset, but it seems to be time-traveling. The movie set is in the 18th century, when the kind of corset didn’t exist. It took 200 following years to see them. In the 18th century, conical corsets with shoulder straps were popular. They were also unembellished, so as to keep a neat silhouette under tightly fitted dresses.


#7. Game of Thrones

In one scene of the 8th season, some viewers notice the unusual transformation of Daenerys’ hair. She first had a braided hairstyle but after seconds, it changed. 


#8. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Take a closer look at the scene, we can notice weird bumps on the characters’ backs. They actually are portable battery packs.


#9. And Just Like That...

In the series, Carrie Bradshaw wears a traditional Indian outfit which she refers to as a sari. It turns out that it is a lehenga. 


#10. The King’s Speech

The beautiful hat the Duchess of York is wearing won’t be popular until a few years later. 


#11. The Twilight Saga: New Moon

There is a tattoo on Jacob’s upper arm but it changes its location regularly. 


#12. A Series of Unfortunate Events

The character’s hands are written something on but in another scene, his hands are clean. 


Have you ever spotted any mistakes in movies? What they are? Let us know in the comments. 

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