The 29 worst mistakes in famous movies, from Pretty Woman to Pulp Fiction


Aamid praise for Quentin Tarantino’s film Once upon a time in Hollywooda prominent eagle-eyed viewer spotted a glaring historical inaccuracy in the blockbuster flick.

The moment occurs near the end of the film when Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, Rick Dalton, reportedly returned to Hollywood from Europe on a Boeing 747. But it was John Travolta, an airplane enthusiast and trained pilot, who said that would have been impossible since the film is set in 1969.

“Well, the 747 had its test flight in February 1969, but it entered service in January 1970. You have nine months off! He would have been on a Boeing 707!” he said.

We can forgive Tarantino for that. But it’s hard to believe that some slip-ups – whether it’s Judy Garland without her ruby ​​red shoes The Wizard of Oz or Julia Roberts eating a croissant traded for a pancake Pretty Woman – actually made it through the editing process.

According to website movie bug, Captain Marvelstarring Brie Larson – contains no fewer than 60 errors in its two-hour duration.

Is there a movie where no one screwed up?

Here we list 29 mistakes in movies that you might not have noticed.

Batman (1989)

Batman 1989: “Gentleman, let’s broaden our horizons, Lawrence!”

The Tim Burton-directed superhero film has several flaws, but a big one happens when Joker and his crew deface paintings in a museum. One of his gang members hits a painting with his hands covered in red paint, but in the next shot the handprints have disappeared from the artwork.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood


Rick Dalton, played by Leonardo DiCaprio, flies back to Hollywood on a Boeing 747. But it would have been a 707. The film was set in 1969 and the 747 entered service in January 1970.

The Graduate (1967)

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Dustin Hoffman’s character drives the wrong way across the Bay Bridge in San Francisco on his way to Berkeley, California. It rides on the top deck of the bridge for traffic from California to San Francisco.

Pretty Woman (1990)

There is a continuity issue at breakfast when the Julia Roberts character bites into a croissant. She’s in the hotel room with her co-star Richard Gere, but when the camera pans back to her, she turns into a pancake. When she takes a second bite of the pancake, there is only a bite mark on it.

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North by Northwest (1959)


One of the children who plays an extra in Alfred Hitchcock’s film covers her ears for a few seconds before Eva Marie Saint’s character unexpectedly fires a gun at Cary Grant’s character in the Mount Rushmore cafeteria.

Pulp Fiction (1994)

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Bullet holes can be seen in the walls of the apartment where the characters of John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson go to get a briefcase, but it’s before the shooting took place.

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)

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John Connor’s Cessna’s aircraft numbers keep changing throughout the film. When it’s in the hangar on the runway it’s N3035C, but once it’s flying the numbers change to N3413F.

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Judy Garland as Dorothy Gale in The Wizard of Oz.


Judy Garland isn’t wearing her iconic ruby ​​slippers in the scene where the trees throw apples at Dorothy and the Scarecrow. Instead, she wears plain black shoes.

American Sniper (2015)

The baby Bradley Cooper is holding as he adjusts to civilian life after the Iraq war is made of plastic. In fact, it looked so fake that even he admitted it was “crazy.”

Independence Day (1996)

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When computer whiz David Levinson, played by Jeff Goldblum, throws a tantrum in the hangar housing the captured alien spacecraft, he knocks over a trash can that says “Art Dept.” Apparently a set designer accidentally left it there.

The Fast and the Furious (2001)

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In one scene where Jesse and Tran are racing, Tran is wearing a shirt with sleeves, but in the next shot he’s wearing a tank top. Didn’t anyone notice when you edited it?

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 (2011)

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We were always told that Harry Potter had his mother’s blue eyes. But when we see Lily Potter as a child, she has brown eyes.

Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977)

Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford in Star Wars Episode IV A New Hope in 1977

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As a group of stormtroopers enter a control room, one of them accidentally bangs his head on a door. The actress responsible, Laurie Good, couldn’t believe it was making it into the final film.

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

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There is a crew member wearing a cowboy hat looking out to sea as Captain Jack Sparrow on the pirate ship behind Johnny Depp.

Quantum of Solace (2008)

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A street cleaner behind Daniel Craig’s James Bond pretends to sweep the street but keeps his broom a few inches off the ground.

10 Things I Hate About You (1999)

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When Bianca accidentally shoots a gym teacher with an arrow, an extra playing a student runs off to get urgent help – but when she thinks she’s out of frame, she stops and looks back at the camera.

Brave Heart (1995)

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There is a modern car in the background of a big battle scene. Considering the film is set in the 13th century, it’s hard to imagine how it stayed up in the final cut.

Django Unleashed (2012)


Leonardo DiCaprio accidentally cut his hand while filming a scene in which he slams his hand on the table and breaks a glass. But instead of shouting “cut,” he kept his character. Tarantino liked it so much he kept it in the film.

Captain Marvel (2019)


Many of the errors relate to the film’s time in the 1990s. These include computers running an incorrectly dated version of Windows and the memories of Carol Danvers being jolted by a Nirvana song that was only released after she left Earth.

Spider-Man (2002)


Toby McGuire’s Spider-Man saves Kirsten Dunst’s Mary Jane from a group of assailants. He throws her through a set of windows before kissing her upside down in the rain. But during their romantic embrace, the windows behind her are perfectly intact.

Halloween (1978)

John Carpenter’s slasher film starring Jamie Lee Curtis was set in the fictional town of Haddonfield, Illinois, but all the cars have California license plates and there are shots of palm trees since the film was shot in Southern California.

The Idiots (1985)

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At the end of the cult film, Data tells news reporters that the octopus was really scary, but this actually refers to a deleted scene. It was added back for the Disney Channel version only.

Avengers: Endgame (2019)

Eagle-eyed fans will have noticed that during the final fight scene, Ant-Man can be seen in two places at once – in the van and in his giant form fighting alongside the other Avengers.

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)(rex)

Merry and Pippin are captured by the orcs at the beginning of the film and Pippin is seen in handcuffs. But he doesn’t have her in the fight scene anymore. And then, moments later, they reappear on his wrists.

Gladiator (1999)


Ridley Scott’s epic film was set many centuries before fuel-powered vehicles. But during the Battle of Carthage, a gas canister can be seen on the back of a chariot when it overturns.

The Dark Knight Rises (2012)


There is some confusion as to whether it is day or night at the beginning of the stock market heist scene in Christopher Nolan’s film. It’s clearly daylight, but after the police chase, it’s suddenly pitch black.

Titanic (1997)


When Jack (Leonardi DiCaprio) draws a naked rose (Kate Winslet) and tells her to go to the bed and then says he means the couch, it was DiCaprio who smudged his lines. But James Cameron kept it in the film because it was funny.

Jurassic World (2015)

(Rex) The blockbuster contained about 33 mistakes, including a scene where lead actor Chris Pratt is talking to co-star Bryce Dallas Howard without his mouth moving. In another scene, a phone’s broken screen suddenly appears repaired

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