165 Surprising Movie Details You Probably Never Noticed (New Pics)
Even if you have 20/20 vision and you’ve been watching the silver screen since you were a kid, chances are that you’ve missed plenty of hidden details in movies. For instance, did you know that R2-D2 from Star Wars made a surprise cameo in Raiders of the Lost Ark? And Star Trek? I’ll bet that got your attention.
Buckle in, dear movie-lovers, our team has collected the definitive list of Easter eggs and other not-so-obvious references sprinkled throughout films for you to enjoy from the extremely popular Movie Details subreddit with over 1.7 million members. Remember to upvote your fave details and let everyone in the comments know which ones blew your mind the most! Give r/MovieDetails a visit when you have a chance, too, and read on for Bored Panda's interview with one of the subreddit's moderators!
We know how much you enjoy finding hidden movie details, dear Pandas. So when you’re done with this list, check out our posts about other movie details you probably didn’t notice, as well as the awesome Easter eggs hidden in the Harry Potter films and the Toy Story animations. You’ll be real hits at movie nights then.
#1 In Home Alone (1990) When They Counted The People For The Trip They Say There's 17 People In Total. An Odd Number Between Two Vans Means They Will Be Split 8/9. Since Kevin Was Missing Both Vans Had 8 People Instead, Making Each Group Assume They Were On The 8-People Van, Not Suspecting A Thing
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#2 In Interstellar On The Water Planet, The Soundtrack In The Background Has A Prominent Ticking Noise. These Ticks Happen Every 1.25 Seconds. Each Tick You Hear Is A Whole Day Passing On Earth. (Math In The Comments)
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#3 In Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban, Professor Lupin Sleeps Through Most Of The Train Ride To Hogwarts. The Date Is The 1st Of September, 1993. There Really Was A Full Moon The Previous Night; He Was Exhausted Because He'd Transformed The Night Before
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Reddit user Niiue, one of the moderators of the Movie Details community, spoke with Bored Panda about the hidden details in movies and whether directors place them in the hope that the audience will find them.
"Most details are definitely there for the audience to find, but I think a lot of it also just comes down to creative people wanting to have fun with their projects. Speaking from experience here (though I work on video games, not movies), it really is a lot of fun to add little Easter eggs and whatnot just for the hell of it," Niiue said.
We were also interested to know which production houses and directors are most adept at hiding Easter eggs in their movies.
"Besides the obvious choices like Pixar, I think Edgar Wright is another example of someone great at hiding details in his movies. Shaun of the Dead, Scott Pilgrim, and Hot Fuzz are the first ones that come to mind in this regard. You'll find that his movies tend to get featured on this subreddit a lot, which I think reflects his skill as a director."
#4 In The Truman Show, We See Truman Taking High Dose Vitamin D At Breakfast Time. This Is To Counteract The Deficiency He Would Have Becouse There Is No Real Sunlight In The Constructed World He Inhabits
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#5 Incredibles (2004) Elastagirl’s Original Suit Was Red And Mr. Incredible’s Suit Was Blue, Their First Child’s Name? Violet
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#6 It. Pennywise Secretly Watched His Victims Throughout The Whole Film. Sometimes, He Appears In The Most Unexpected Places. Neither The Characters Nor The Viewers Notice This
Moderator Niiue also told us all about their personal favorite hidden movie details. "Personally, I liked the way Scott Pilgrim had a recurring number motif tied to the Evil Exes. For those who aren't familiar with the story, the gist of it is that the protagonist has to fight his new girlfriend's six ex-boyfriends (and one ex-girlfriend) in order to continue their relationship, as a parody of the bosses fought in a typical video game," they summed up the plot of the movie.
"In the scenes before each fight, there are numerous references to the corresponding Evil Ex; for instance, right before the fight with Lucas Lee, the main characters pass by two crossing signs with an X design, a reference to Lucas being the second Evil Ex. These kinds of references even continue after the Evil Ex in question is introduced, such as Lucas Lee saying (twice) that it will take "two minutes to kick [Scott's] ass", and later fighting Scott accompanied by his stunt doubles."
They continued: "Sometimes these motifs even apply to the protagonist. Later in the film (spoilers!), after defeating Evil Ex #4, Scott's girlfriend dumps him, saying that he's 'just another Evil Ex waiting to happen.' Afterwards, Scott's seen wearing a Fantastic Four shirt with an edited logo saying '4½.'"
#7 In Tangled(2010) Mother Gothel Says “I Love You The Most” , While Kissing Rapunzel's Hair Instead Of Her Forehead
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#8 Giant Ring Used For Close-UPS In ‘Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring’ (2001)
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#9 This Design Of The Back Of This Ambulance In Joker (2019) Looks Familiar
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Movie Easter eggs can (and do) bring a lot of joy to film-goers. For example, one of my favorite movies is 2002’s Catch Me If You Can, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks. The movie’s based on a true story about con artist Frank Abagnale. (Minor spoilers ahead.)
I can’t tell you just how blown away I was to learn that the real Abagnale made an appearance in the movie as a police officer arresting DiCaprio playing Abagnale!
Though I never had the patience for Alfred Hitchcock’s movies (I still need some more maturity for them), I can appreciate his dedication to his craft. One of the most influential moviemakers in all of cinema, Hitchcock is known as one of the very first directors to put Easter eggs in his films.
One of his recurring hidden details is the fact that he makes cameos in his own movies. He appeared in a total of 40 of the 52 movies that he directed.
And don’t even get us started about Pixar and Disney movies that are chock-full of subtle references to pop culture and other animations. One thing’s for sure, I’m going to watch movies like a hawk from now on. What about you, dear Pandas?
#10 In The Opening Scene Of Wall-E (2008) There Are Wind Turbines And Nuclear Plants Built On Top Of Trash Mounds To Imply That Mankind Didn't Convert To Clean Energy Until It Was Too Late
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#11 In Avatar (2009), The Evil Imperialists' Room Is Shaped Like An American Flag
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#12 In Lotr The Fellowship Of The Ring (2001), After Boromir's Death Aragorn Puts On His Bracers As A Way To Honor Him. He'll Wear Them For The Rest Of The Trilogy
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#13 After Steven Spielberg Screened Schindler's List (1993) For John Williams To Compose The Score, Williams Was So Moved He Had To Walk Outside For Several Minutes. Upon Returning Williams Said That The Movie Needed A Better Composer Than Him To Which Spielberg Replied "I Know, But They're All Dead"
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#14 In Up (2009), Dug Is The Only Dog To Successfully Track Down The Tropical Bird Because He Is The Only Hunting Dog (Golden Retriever). All The Others Are Guard Dog Breeds
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#15 In Coraline, The “Welcome Home” Cake Features A Double Loop On The O. According To Graphology, A Double Loop On A Lower Case O Means That The Person Who Wrote It Is Lying. There Is Only One Double Loop, Meaning She Is Welcome But She Is Not Home
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#16 Titanic - 1997 The Couple Shown In Bed Together Having Accepted Their Fate Is Isador And Ida Straus. They Were The Co Owners Of Macy’s. Ida Refused To Leave His Side When He Refused A Life Boat Spot B/C There Were Still Women And Children On Board. They Were Last Seen Walking Arm And Arm Together
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#17 In The Incredibles 2, The Painting In Helen’s Hotel Room Is An Illustration Of Her Seperation From The Family
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#18 Toothless Animation For This Scene In "How To Train Your Dragon" Was Modelled On One Of The Animators Cat With Tape Stuck To It's Tail
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#19 Mulan (1998) Only Has Musical Numbers For The First Half, Until The Characters Find The Destroyed Village. From There On Songs Were Avoided Because The Tone Was Meant To Be Darker
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#20 Inception (2010) The Debate Between People Regarding The Ending Of Inception, Was It Real Or Not Can Be Ended By Looking At The Wedding Ring Cobb's Wearing. In The Real World He Has No Ring Whereas The Ring Is Present In The Dreams. In The Final Scene He Has No Ring So The "Happy Ending" Is Reality.
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#21 In “The Green Mile” They Used Creative Camera Angles And Tricks Gives The Illusion Of Michael Clark Duncan’s Height. He’s Actually Only An Inch Taller Than David Morse (Left)
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#22 In Lord Of The Rings You Can See That Gandalf Carries His Pipe In His Staff
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#23 Bill Murray Falling Over On His Way Out Of The Restaurant In Scrooged (1988) Was Not Scripted. He Slipped On The Water He Just Threw On The Waiter
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#24 Kid Notices Something That Most Of Us Wouldn't Have: Up(2009), Cars 2 (2011)
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#25 In Jojo Rabbit (2019), The Imaginary Hitler Offers Jojo Cigarettes And Is Shown Eating Meat. In Reality, Hitler Was Strongly Opposed To Smoking And Was A Vegetarian, Implying That Jojo Knows Very Little About Hitler
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#26 In Big Hero 6 (2014), This Happens: (Credit To Tumblr User Shinobicyrus)
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#27 In 28 Days Later... (2002) Frank Puts Out Containers To Collect Rainwater. I Don't Think He's Going To Get Very Far With A Laundry Hamper
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#28 In Jurassic Park (1993), The Insect Trapped In Amber (Copal) Is An Elephant Mosquito, The Only Mosquito That Doesn't Suck Blood; Therefore, It Couldn't Contain Any Dino Dna
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#29 The Poster For The Movie Legend (2015) Mocked One Of Its Negative Reviews By Hiding The Two Star Review Between The Kray Twins Heads.
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#30 In "The Return Of The King (2003)", During The Epic Scene Of The Rohirrim Charge Peter Jackson Requested That Only Extras Who Have Read The Novel And Could Recite The Scene, To Be Placed In The Front Lines As They Are Aware Of The Importance Of This Moment. It's How He Ended Up With This Epic Rider.
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#31 In Forrest Gump(1994), When Forrest Starts His Speech And The Microphones Cut Out And You Can’t Hear Him. Tom Hanks Said “Sometimes When People Go To Vietnam, They Go Home To Their Mommas Without Any Legs. Sometimes They Don’t Go Home At All. That’s A Bad Thing. That’s All I Have To Say About That.”
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#32 Joker. Every Clock In This Film Is Set To 11:11. Fans Have Many Theories About This. One Of Them Says That The Clock Doesn’t Move Because Everything Is Happening In Arthur’s Head
#33 How Charlie Chaplin Accomplished The Stunt In Modern Times
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#34 In “Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban,” Buckbeak Poops
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#35 In The Pursuit Of Happyness (2006), Will Smith Walked Past The Real Chris Gardner, The Man He Played And The Movie Was Based On.
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#36 In "Hercules" (1997) Hades Says "Guys, Relax. It's Only Half-Time" Exactly At The 46-Minute Mark, The Halfway Point Of The 92-Minute Movie
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#37 In The Beginning Of Joker (2019) There’s A Familiar Face In The Mirror.
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#38 In Titanic, Jack Tellsrose That He Went Ice Fishing On Lake Wissota In Wisconsin. The Lake Wissota Was Formed In 1917 By The Creation Of A Hydroelectric Dam On The Chippewa River, 5 Full Years After The Titanic Sank
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#39 For Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2004), Alfonso Cuarón Asked The Kids Playing The Hogwarts Students To Wear Their Uniforms As They Would If Their Parents Weren't Around. This Is In Sharp Contrast To The First Two Films; Were They Wore Their Uniforms In A Very Orderly Fashion.
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#40 In Interstellar (2014) The Black Hole Was So Scientifically Accurate It Took Approx 100 Hours To Render Each Frame In The Physics And Vfx Engine. Meaning Every Second You See Took Approx 100 Days To Render The Final Copy
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#41 In The Lord Of The Rings, The Filmmakers Used A Special Lighting Rig For Galadriel So That Her Eyes Appear To Reflect The Starlight. This Is Because Galadriel Is The Last Elf In Middle-Earth To Have Seen The Light Of The Trees Of Valinor.
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#42 In Die Hard (1988), Alan Rickman’s Petrified Expression While Falling Was Completely Genuine. The Stunt Team Instructed Him That They Would Drop Him On The Count Of 3 But Instead Dropped Him At 1
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#43 Miyazaki Adds To All His Films, Including “Spirited Away” (2002), Quiet Little Scenes Of Inaction, Called ‘Ma’, Where The Character Just Glances Into The Horizon And Reflects, As A Way To Have A Breathing Room Amid Constant Action
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#44 In Casino Royale (2006), The Shot Of James Bond Emerging From The Sea Was Taken By Accident. According To Daniel Craig, The Shot Occurred Because He Swam Into An Awkwardly Sited Sand Bank And Was Forced To Walk To Shore.
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#45 In Avengers: Endgame When Captain America Is Going Off To Return The Stones, The Rest Are Expecting Him To Return. Bucky Says His Goodbye Knowing Steve Is Not Returning To His Timeline, A Testament To Their Friendship!
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#46 In ''the 40 Year Old Virgin''(2005), Steve Carell's Chest Hair Was Actually Ripped Out In The Scene. The Actor Had Told Director Judd Apatow Just Before Shooting The Scene: ''it Has To Be Real. It Won't Be As Funny If It's Mocked Up Or It's Special Effect.'' The Scene Had To Be Done In One Shot.
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#47 In Escape From L.a. (1996), Actor Kurt Russel Practiced Playing Basketball In Between Scenes Because He Wanted To Legitimately Make Every Shot During The Basketball Challenge. He Made Every Shot, Including The Full Court One
#48 In The Truman Show (1998), The Moon Is Briefly Illuminated By The "Lightning", Hinting That It's Much Closer That It Should Be
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#49 In Finding Nemo (2003), Gill Is A Moorish Idol. This Species Is Known To Not Handle Captivity Well, So Him Being The One Who Constantly Comes Up With Escape Plans Makes Sense.
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#50 Steven Spielberg Filmed E.t. In Chronological Order In Order To Help The Child Actors And To Capture The Most Real Emotions During The Ending, Since It Would Be The Last Time They’d All Be Together
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#51 In Inside Out, The Pizza Toppings Were Changed From Broccolis To Bell Peppers In Japan, Since Kids In Japan Don’t Like Bell Peppers. Pixar Localised The Joke.
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#52 Sid, From Ice Age, Makes A Cameo Appeareance In The Movie Robots (2005)
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#53 In Spider_man: Into The Spider-Verse, When Miles Morales Electrocutes Peter B. Parker, It Illuminates His Nervous System Instead Of The Usual Cartoon Trope Of His Skeleton. Being Much More Scientifically Accurate
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#54 In The LEGO Movie (2014) Benny The Spaceman Has A Broken Helmet. This Used To Happen To The Original LEGO Pieces. Picture Of My 80s Spaceman To The Right.
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#55 In Saving Private Ryan (1998), Jackson Has A Bruise On His Thumb That Was A Common Injury During Wwii From Soldiers' Thumbs Getting Caught In The Loading Mechanism Of M1 Garands.
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#56 Forrest Gump Never Blinks While Playing Ping Pong, As He Was Told The Trick Was “To Keep Your Eye On The Ball.”
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#57 If You Watch The Film With Headphones Or Properly Placed Surround Sound Speakers, Every Time We See Baby In Baby Driver (2017) Wearing Only One Of His Headphones, You’ll Hear The Song He Is Listening To Through That Ear Only.
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#58 In Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986), During The Parade, People Seen Dancing Including The Construction Worker And The Window Washer Had Nothing To Do With The Film. They Were Simply Dancing To The Music Being Played, And John Hughes Found It So Humorous That He Told The Camera Operators To Record It.
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#59 If You Look Closely After The Lightning Strikes The Umbrella Wall-E Is Holding The Electricity From The Bolt Charges His Battery Back To Full
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#60 In Harry Potter And The Half Blood Prince (2009). Cormac Mclaggen Is The Only One Of The Gryffindor Fans Not Clapping And Cheering For Ron Weasley, As He Lost His Place On The Team To Ron In The Quidditch Tryouts.
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#61 In The 2012 Stop-Motion Animated Film Paranorman The Popular High School Quarterback, When Asked Out By The Typical Popular Girl, Reveals He’s Gay Making Him The First Queer Character In A Children’s Animated Movie.
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#62 In The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers (2002), In The Battle Of Helm’s Deep, One Of The Rohan Soldiers Only Has One Eye. This Was Real, Not Cgi. Peter Jackson Let The Extra, Wayne Phillips, Show Off His Condition.
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#63 In Not Another Teen Movie  Deon Richardsons Character Changes His Hair A Few Times Throughout The Film And No One Notices. This Is To Further Prove The Unimportance Of His Role As The “Token Black Guy”
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#64 The Twilight Saga: New Moon. When Bella Spends Months Near The Window After Edward Breaks Up With Her, You Can See The Photos Of Her Friends Disappear One By One. This Is How The Creators Are Telling Us That Bella Cut Herself Off From The Entire World
#65 In This Scene Of Jojo Rabbit (2019), "Heil Hitler" Is Said 31 Times In One Minute! According To Writer/Director Taika Waititi, He Wanted A Funny Moment, But Also Wanted To Illustrate How Ridiculous Nazi Protocols Were
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#66 Liar Liar, During The Scene Right After Jim Crashes The Ladder Cart I Notice Fire Marshall Bill Is In The Background! Jim Carey Cameoed His Own Movie
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#67 With A Chance Of Meatballs’ (2009), Every President On Mount Rushmore Except Abraham Lincoln Gets Pied Directly In The Face. Lincoln Takes A Pie To The Back Of The Head, Which Is How He Was Assassinated
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#68 The Official Trailer For The Shining Featured The Iconic Bloody Elevators, But Back Then, Blood Was Not Allowed To Be Shown In Movie Trailers, So Director Stanley Kubrick Said It Was Just Rusty Water
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#69 In Baby Driver (2017) This Bank Robbery Scene Was Supposed To Include The Michael Myers From Halloween (1978) But The Studio Couldn’t Get The Rights. Edger Write Reaches Out To Mike Myers And Asked If They Could Use His Likeness For The Masks. He Thought It Would Be Funny And Said Yes.
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#70 In Star Wars: A New Hope (1977), All The Wide Shots Of Luke Flying Across Tatooine In His Speeder Were Achieved By Placing A Mirror Underneath A Version Of The Prop With A Motor And Wheels.
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#71 In Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory (1971) The Actor Who Plays Grandpa Joe Has A So Called ‘Coke Nail’ On Both His Pinky Fingers
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#72 Brad Bird Was In Part Inspired To Make This Movie (The Iron Giant 1999) As A Memorial To His Sister Susan, Who Died At The Hands Of Her Husband By Gun Violence. His Pitch Was This: "What If A Gun Had A Soul And Didn't Want To Be A Gun?"
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#73 In Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban (2004), In An Earlier Scene Where Hermione Confronts Malfoy, A Very Tiny Hand Could Be Briefly Seen Inside The Stone Gate. Later A Time-Travelled Hermione Hides At The Exact Location, Watching Her Previous Confrontation.
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#74 Disney's 1940 Animated Film Fantasia Shows The Dinosaurs Dying Off As The Result Of An Intense Drought. The Theory Of Mass Extinction As The Result Of An Astroid Strike Wasn't Proposed Until 1980.
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#75 Disney's "Lilo & Stitch" (2002) Used Watercolor Backgrounds, Exclusively. The Studio Had Some Financial Failures And Was Doing Ambitious Things Elsewhere, So They Left The Filmmakers To Their Own Devices, Off At The Florida Studio. The Only Other Watercolor Films Are Dumbo And Snow White.
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#76 In Infinity War (2018), Thanos' Opening Monologue He Says, "I Know What It's Like To Lose.... Turns The Legs To Jelly." Later In Avengers: Endgame (2019) Upon Realizing His Loss - The First Thing Thanos Does Is Take A Seat.
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#77 In Fargo (1996), Carl Says “30 Minutes, Jerry We Wrap This Thing Up” When There Are Exactly 30 Minutes Of The Movie Remaining.
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#78 In 2017’s Thor: Ragnarok, Thor And Hulk Argue. When Thor Apologizes, Instead Of Calling Himself “Hulk”, Hulk Says “I Just Get So Angry All The Time,” Showing How Thor’s Friendship Brings Out Hulk’s Human Side. This Is The Only Time Hulk Says “I” In The Mcu.
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#79 In Monty Python And The Holy Grail The Chain Mail Was Actually Knitted Yarn. I Have Seen This Movie About 30 Times And Just Noticed This Detail Yesterday. Not Sure If It Was Super Obvious To Everyone Else....
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#80 In "The Spongebob Squarepants Movie" (2004), Spongebob States He Has 374 Consecutive Employee-Of-The-Month Awards, This Means He Has Been Working At The Krusty Krab For A Little Over 31 Years.
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#81 In “Split”, James Mcavoy Was Frustrated In Filming A Scene With The Multiple Personalities Talking Amongst Each Other, And He Punched A Door That Broke His Knuckle. Mcavoy Filmed For Three Days Without Telling Anyone And His Swollen Hand Can Be Seen In This Scene.
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#82 Dunkirk (2017) They Tried To Use As Little Cgi As Possible So Used Forced Perspective Flats To Decorate Scenes.
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#83 Fight Club (1999) When Edward Norton's Character Receives A Call From Tyler Durden. There's A Sign On The Phone Booth Indicating That It's Not Possible To Receive Incoming Calls.
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#84 In "Her", Theodore Uses A Safety Pin To Hold Samantha Up In His Pocket, So She Can See While Out On A Date.
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#85 Inside Out. In Some Pixar Animations, You Can See The Same Noodle Box. This Is Just More Proof For The Fan Theory That All The Animations Are In The Same Universe
#86 I Am Legend. In The Film, There Are Many Posters Around Abandoned New York. But One Of Them Stands Out. It’s Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Warner Brothers Doesn’t Start Making It Until 9 Years After The Release Of I Am Legend, But At The Time, The Creators Were Already Thinking About Creating The Film
#87 Anaconda (1997) A Shot Of The River Boat Is Played In Reverse To Show The Boat Reversing, However The Waterfall In Shot Is Clearly Flowing Backwards
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#88 In “Baby Driver” The Moment Baby Sees Deborah At The Coffee Shop, The Graffiti Heart Across The Street Changes From Black To Red
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#89 In Rampage (2018), When Dwayne The Rock Johnson's Character Signs "It's Me", He Uses The American Sign Language Symbol For "Rock"
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#90 In Rogue One (2016), Director Gareth Edwards Told The Main Characters And Extras To Grow Moustaches And Sideburns To Give The Film A 1970’s Feel, And Add A Retro-Futuristic Aesthetic Like The Original Trilogy Did.
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#91 In Captain America: Civil War (2016), The Audience Is Silent During Tony Stark’s B.a.r.f. Presentation. But In The Flashback To That Same Scene In Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), The Audience Is Laughing, Implying That Mysterio Remembers This Moment As A Lot More Humiliating Than It Actually Was.
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#92 So In Wizard Of Oz (1939) When They’re Sent To Kill The Witch Of The West, Scarecrow Straight Up Brings A Gun
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#93 Raul Julia's Final Role Was The Villainous M. Bison In "Street Fighter" (1994), Which He Filmed While Dying From Stomach Cancer. He Took The Role Because His Children Loved The Franchise And He Wanted To Star In A Film They Could Enjoy.
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#94 Rolex Was Mentioned A Total Of 26 Times In Bret Ellis' Novel In Reference To Patrick Bateman's Watch Of Choice, The Rolex Datejust. When It Came To The Film "American Psycho" (2000) However, The Word "Rolex" Isn't Mentioned Once. This Was Because Rolex Didn't Want To Be Associated With A Maniac.
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#95 In Monsters U Power Comes From Screams Which Appear As A Gaseous State In The Scream Tanks. Because Power Here Is A Gas, Light Switches Are Valves And Instead Of Wires There Are Pipes.
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#96 Bob Par In The Incredibles (2004) Has Most Of His Cubical Taken Up By A Pillar Which Is Why It's So Cramped, I Can't Believe I Never Noticed This Before
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#97 In Once Upon A Time In Hollywood (2019), As Brad Pitt Drives Through La, The Speedometer Is At Zero...the Entire Drive...
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#98 In Order To Work With Martin Scorsese For The Wolf Of Wall Street (2013), Jonah Hill Took A Pay Cut By Being Paid The S.a.g. Minimum, Which Was $60,000 Compared To Leonardo Dicaprio Who Was Paid $10 Million.
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#99 In Deadpool 2, One Of The Rednecks Talking About Toilet Paper Is Actually Matt Damon In Four Hours Worth Of Prosthetic Makeup.
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#100 In The Jungle Book (2016) King Louie Is A Gigantopithecus, A Huge Species Of Ape Believed To Have Gone Extinct 9,000,000-100,000 Years Ago. The Only Recorded Fossils Of This Creature Are The Jaw Bones. The Change Was Made From The 1967 Film Because Orangutans Are Not Native To India.
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#101 The Wolf Of Wall Street Features A Brief Shot Filmed On An iPhone. Scorsese Needed A Shot Of The "Fasten Your Seat Belt" Sign For The Aeroplane Scene. Robert Legato, The Effects Supervisor, Took A Video Of One During A Flight On His iPhone And Showed Scorsese Who Said "Great. Let's Just Use That."
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#102 In Ant-Man (2015) Actor Garrett Morris Makes A Brief Appearance In A Scene. Morris Was The First Person To Ever Portray Ant-Man In A 1979 Saturday Night Live Skit Called Superhero Party.
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#103 Austin Powers The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999) Re-Used The Rocket Launch Scene From Apollo 13 (1995)
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#104 In Thor: The Dark World (2013), Natalie Portman Couldn't Make It To Reshoot The Final Kiss Scene. When Asked To Choose From A Lineup Of Women To Take Her Place. Chris Hemsworth Instead Brought In His Wife , Who Wore Natalie's Clothes And Wig To Shoot The Final Kiss.
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#105 In Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction (1994), Mia Ods On Vincent’s Heroin Stash After She Mistakes It For Cocaine Because Cocaine Is Given In A Baggie And Heroin Is In A Balloon. Lance Warns Vincent Of This Earlier In The Film “I’m Outta Balloons. Is A Baggie Alright?”
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#106 In Moana (2016) During The Song "We Know The Way" None Of The People Have Tattoos. It's Not Until After They Find Their Island Home That We See Characters With Tattoos. This Is Because They Never Had The Resources To Figure Out A Tattoo Technique While They Were Traveling.
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#107 In ‘Zootopia’ (2016) There’s A Brief Shot Of A Conspiracy Wall And One Of Pictures Is Of A Sad Keanu Wolf.
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#108 If You Pause The Blu-Ray Of Elf (2003) The Status Bar Is A Candy Cane. Isn’t That Nice?
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#109 The Chinese Restaurant At The End Of A Christmas Story (1983) Used To Be A Bowling Alley. They Just Turned Off The "W" And Call Themselves "Bo Ling Chop Suey Palace Co."
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#110 In John Wick (2014), Before The Action Starts, John Wears His Wristwatch Normally. But When He Goes Into The "Battle Mode", He Wears Them Face Inside The Wrist, Which Is The Way Soldiers Usually Do It. (So That They Could See The Time While Holding A Rifle And To Avoid Reflections Of The Glass)
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#111 In The Avengers, Robert Downey Jr. Always Hid Snacks Around The Set For When He Got Hungry. One Day He Randomly Offered Chris Evans Blueberries In The Middle Of A Scene, And They Kept It In.
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#112 The Rubble Left By The Asgardian Mural In Thor: Ragnarok Foreshadows The Injury Thor Receives Later.
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#113 “The Ring” (2002). Easter Egg In The Dvd Menu. If You Click Up Until Your Cursor Is No Longer Visible, And Then Hit Enter, Your Remote Is Temporarily Disabled And The “Cursed” Video Will Play. When It Concludes, You Only Regain Control Of The Remote After A Phone Rings Twice.
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#114 John Wick (2014) Is Only Called John Wick Because Of Keanu Reeves
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#115 In Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.1, Part Of Her Description Shows She's The Last Surviving Member Of Her Race. Thanos Never Went Back To Check On Her Planet After He 'Saved' Them To See If He Actually Helped
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#116 In Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade Young Indi Gets Trapped With A Lion And Uses A Whip Which Cuts His Chin. Later In The Film Present Day Indi Has A Scar. Thought This Was A Pretty Cool Little Detail.
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#117 In ‘The Avengers’, There Is A Small Screen Showing The Heat Signature In The Room Where Loki Is Being Held Which Shows That He Has A Cold Body Temperature Because He Is A Frost Giant.
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#118 In Megamind (2010), After Roxanne Learns That Megamind Has Been Lying To Her And He Insists That "I Can Explain," One Of His Famous "No You Can't" Posters Appears In The Background.
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#119 In Scott Pilgrim vs. The World (2010) The Actors Were Told To Not Blink To Give The Film More Of A Comic Book Vibe. There Are Only A Few Times In The Entire Movie Where You Can Catch Someone Blinking.
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#120 In Man Of Steel (2013), Henry Cavill (Superman) Was Asked To Shave His Chest For The Collapsing Oil Rig Scene, However He Refused Saying That Superman Had Chest Hair, Citing The Famous "Death Of Superman" Graphic Novel As A Reference.
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#121 The Mountain Fortress From Conan The Destroyer (1984) Was A Physical Model Fitted To The Contours Of The Real Mountain On Set.
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#122 Padme And Vader Represent The Sigils Of The Rebel Alliance And The Galactic Empire In These Scenes
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#123 Watching Jaws (1975) Tonight With My Son And Saw A Shooting Star In The Background When Chief Brody Was Loading His Gun. Steven Spielberg Said This Was Completely A Coincidence And Not An Optical Effect.
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#124 The Screenwriter For Back To The Future Part II (1989) Said The Older, Creepier, Millionaire-Hotel-Mogul Version Of Biff Tannen Was Inspired By Donald Trump.
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#125 In Shrek The Third (2007), Little Red Riding Hood Is Seen In The Poisoned Apple, Having Sided With The Villains. This Only Makes Sense, As The Big Bad Wolf Has Sided With Shrek.
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#126 Shrek: Lord Farquaad Gets An Erection Under The Blanket As He Looks At The Princess, You Can Actually See The Blanket Rise Before He Hides It
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#127 During This Scene In A Series Of Unfortunate Events (2004), Jim Carrey Forgot His Next Line But Stayed In Character Whilst Asking The Director For Another Take
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#128 In La La Land (2016), A Single Camera Recorded The Scene With Emma Stone Dancing And Ryan Gosling Playing The Piano
#129 In La Haine (1995) There Is A Scene Where Vinz Talks To Himself In The Mirror. In The Filming Of This Scene However, There Is No Mirror Involved. The Actor Is In Another Room With A Body Double Standing Across Him Mimicking His Movements
#130 In Aliens (1986), The Knife Trick Scene Was Originally Going To Be Done By Bishop (Lance Henrickson) Alone. Henrickson Suggested To Director James Cameron To Have Hudson's (Bill Paxton) Hand Put On Top Of His, And Cameron Agreed. Everyone On Set Was Told About The Change Except Bill Paxton
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#131 In Blade:trinity, Wesley Snipes Had Dificulties With The Production Team And At One Point Was Even Unwilling To Open His Eyes For The Camera. Leading To This Morgue Scene Where They Had To Cgi Open Eyes For Him.
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#132 In Beverly Hills Cop III (1994) Eddie Murphy Cuts Into Line At The Spider Ride, In Front Of George Lucas
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#133 For Robin Hood Prince Of Thieves (1991) Alan Rickman Was So Unhappy With The 'Terrible' Script That He Had Friends Help Him Rewrite His Scenes To Give Him Better Lines. He Won A Bafta For His Performance
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#134 In Independence Day (1996) They Filmed Will Smith Dragging The Alien Across The Salt Flats Of Utah. Will Smith Improvised The "And What The Hell Is That Smell?" Nobody Warned Him Of The Horrible Smell That Sometimes Comes Of The Great Salt Lake Due To Billions Of Dead Brine Shrimp Each Year
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#135 The College Student In The Incredible Hulk (2008) Is Also Peter Parker’s Teacher In Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
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#136 In American Psycho (2000) Willem Dafoe (Detective Kimball) Acted Each Meeting With Bateman 3 Ways In 3 Different Takes: 1. He Knew Bateman Was The Killer, 2. He Only Suspected Bateman Was The Killer, 3. He Did Not Suspect Bateman. These Clips Were Later Spliced Together To Keep The Audience Guessing
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#137 It's Over Anakin... (Star Wars Return Of The Jedi, 1983)
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#138 In 6 Underground (2019) At 14:42 You Can See Ryan Reynolds Recording A Video For His Social Media
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#139 In Men In Black, The Edgar Suit Decomposes As The Movie Goes On.
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#140 Knowing This Makes Rewatching 300 Better!
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#141 In “The Goonies” (1985) Director Richard Donner Wanted An Authentic Reaction From The Kids When They Saw Willie's Ship For The First Time, So They Didn't Get To See It Until It Was Time To Shoot. The Scene Had To Be Reshot Due To The Cast Swearing As Part Of Their Reaction.
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#142 In Blade Runner 2049 (2017), Replicants Can Be Identified By Having Them Look Up And To The Left. The Opening Text Of The Film Is Positioned Where The Audience Must Look Up And To The Left, And The First Word They Look At Is “Replicants”.
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#143 To Choke People, Usually Darth Vader Brings Together His Thumb And Forefinger, Slowly Closing Their Windpipe. In Rogue One, He Picks Up A Rebel And Then Clenches His Fist. He Straight Up Crushes His Throat.
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#144 In Batman (1989 )a Painting The Joker Has His Eyes On Is Featured In The Joker( 2019 )
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#145 No, Psycho (1960) Is Not The First American Film To Show A Toilet On Screen. A Toilet Appears In The 1928 American Silent Film The Crowd.
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#146 In Incredibles 2 (2018), Elastigirl’s New Super Suit Is Designed By Devtech. Her Suit Is The Only One To Be Damaged, Indicating Edna Mode’s Superior Designing Ability.
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#147 In X-Men: Days Of Future Past (2014) When Wolverine Awakens In The Past, The Girl He Wakes Up Next To Calls Him Jimmy Instead Of Logan Due To The Fact He Hadn't Lost His Memory From The Adamantium Bullet Yet. His Real Name Is James Howlett
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#148 This Wolverine Easter Egg In The Opening Credits Border Of The Greatest Showman
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#149 In This Is This End Michael Cera Asked Rihanna If He Could Actually Slap Her Butt In A Scene To Which Rihanna Agreed As Long As She Could Slap Him Harder In He Face.
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#150 In The Dark Knight, The Joker Says He Hates Schemers And Claims He's A Man Without A Plan. Later On During The Boat Scene, He Is Shown Reading His Monologue From A Notebook, Highlighting His Hypocrisy
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#151 Boba Fett Showed Up In The Star Wars Holiday Special (1978), Which Came Out Before Empire Strikes Back (1980), Making It His First Appearance. He Also Uses The Same Rifle The Mandalorian Uses In The Show.
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#152 The Actor In Hot Fuzz (2097) Kept Forgetting His Line So They Let Him Use His Real Birthday. Happy Birthday, Underage Drinker #1
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#153 In The Truman Show, The Travel Agent Kept Truman Waiting Because She Has Never Needed To Show Up For Work Before. Also She Is Still Wearing Her Makeup Bib Since It Was A Rush Job.
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#154 [the Matrix, 1999] The Oracle's Outfit And Kitchen Are A Reference To Michaelangelo's Delphic Sibyl, Depicting A Greek Oracular Figure
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#155 In The 1964 Movie “Zulu” Real Zulu Tribesmen Played Themselves.
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#156 In Night At The Museum: Battle Of The Smithsonian, After Kahmunrah Says “I Could Kill Your Friends In The Blink Of An Eye”, He Does Not Blink Once On Screen For The Remainder Of The Movie.
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#157 In 1989’s Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, Anyone With A Lapel Flower Tries To Kill Indy. Indy Even Signals Elsa Is Bad By Giving Her A Flower When They Meet.
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#158 In Pulp Fiction(1994), When Vincent Hears Jules Reciting Ezekiel, He Cocks His Pistol Because Vincent Knows Ezekiel Is The Last Thing Jules Says Before Killing Someone.
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#159 In The Pixar Short Film “Bao” (2018), The White Woman Is First Seen Dressed A Bit Immodestly And With Heavy Makeup, But Later Is Seen Dressed Modestly And With Little Makeup. This Is Meant To Juxtapose Who The Mother Saw Her As Initially vs. Who She Actually Was.
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#160 Baby Driver. Graffiti And Other Signs Repeat The Lines From The Song In The Main Characters’ Earbuds
#161 For Forrest Gump (1994), Tom Hanks’s Brother Jim Hanks Doubled For Him For The Sequence Where Forrest Jogs Across America. As Jim Put It: “Tom Had Other Doubles, But They Couldn’t Do The Run,” He Says, Referring To Gump’s Stiff, Geeky Stride. “That’s A Stupid Hanks Thing.”
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#162 In Avengers Endgame, Ant-Man Was Able To Survive The Attack On The Avengers Compound By Shrinking Down When The First Blast Hit
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#163 In "A Grand Day Out" (1989), The Creators Had Wallace Say "Wensleydale" Because It Made His Face Look Nice And Toothy. They Did Not Realize The Factory Where Wensleydale Cheese Is Made Was About To Declare Bankruptcy. This Film's Success Brought The Factory Back From The Brink
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#164 In E.t. (1982) The Doctors Trying To Save E.t. Were Played By Real Life Doctors From The Usc Medical Center In Los Angeles. Stephen Spielberg Felt That Actors Wouldn’t Be Able To Make The Medical Dialogue Sound Natural, So Recruited Real Doctors To Deliver The Dialogue
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#165 In Parasite (2019) Literal Lines Are Used Throughout The Movie Noting Whether If A Character ‘Crossed The Line’ Or Not
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