Movies are difficult to get extremely perfect. There’s a lot that goes behind it and it’s more than the acting and the cast.
The direction, cinematography, lightening, action scenes and of course the story lines are extremely important too.
And one thing that is often taken for granted is the details which seem to be really small and unimportant but often catch the eyes of the audience and the fans.
Fans, on the other hand would never spare such mistakes which were not paid attention to by the film creators.
And these include some really big movies which have forgotten about these details.
Here are 15 movie details that were really not that small to ignore!
In the movie Lucy, Professor Norman stated that humans only have the capacity to use 10% of their brains. However “real” neurologists have confirmed that virtually every part of the brain is always in use irrespective.
2. Twilight Series
In the Twilight series, Edward is a vampire; okay cool but that would mean that he can’t have a heartbeat which would mean he can’t have an erection… but then somehow he was able to have sex with Bella.
Braveheart movie, the events took place in the early 14th century, but the characters wore kilts and which weren’t even created until like hundreds of years later.
4. The Shawshank Redemption
In the movie, Andy escapes the prison in 1966 via a tunnel which was covered up by a poster of Raquel Welch from the movie “One Million Years B.C.” , but that movie wasn’t released until 1967.
In the movie, Titanic, Jack mentioned that he once went ice fishing on Lake Wissota but that lake wasn’t formed until 1917, which is like five years after Titanic sank.
6. Mean Girls
In the movie Mean Girls, Cady was supposed to be staying in Africa but the picture in her room was of her atop of an Asian elephant and not an AFRICAN ONE.
7. The Wizard of Oz
In The Wizard of OZ, when the Scarecrow got a brain, he INCORRECTLY stated the Pythagorean theorem.
8. Never Been Kissed.
In the movie, Never Been Kissed, the math club’s giant poster incorrectly recited the number pi.
9. Star Wars series
In the Star Wars series, every single planet magically for some reason had the same exact gravitational force, but in reality that would have been really impossible.
10. It’s A Wonderful Life
In It’s A Wonderful Life, Clarence revealed that George’s brother died at the age of 9, but the dates on his gravestone said that he was only eight when he died!
In the animated movie, Leap; one scene showed the construction of a “green” Statue of Liberty but in the reality the Statue of Liberty should have been brown. The Statue of Liberty was made of copper and was erected in 1886 but didn’t fully turn green until 1920
In the movie Inception, Earnes used the defibrillator to bring Fischer back to life but the defibrillation would actually be ineffective on someone who’s flatlining.
And technically, a flatline is known as “asystole” and when it happens there is no electrical activity left in the body to reset with a shock and that is why the defibrillator won’t work.
13. The Aviator
In the Aviator, Leo DiCaprio’s character requested 10 chocolate chip cookies, but these chocolate chip cookies weren’t invented until 1930 aka two years after this scene would have taken place.
14. My Cousin Vinny
In the movie My Cousin Vinny, a surprise witness was called to the court… but that is not really possible as in real life all witnesses must always be announced beforehand,
In Gravity, Sandra Bullock’s tears float off her face as she cries…
But in the space, due to such strong surface tension, real tears actually stay on your face the whole time.
16. The Karate Kid
In the above scene from The Karate Kid, Daniel kicked his opponent in the head which is an illegal move and would be grounds for disqualification in any tournament and that is exactly how Daniel won.
17. Doctor Strange
In the movie Doctor Strange, Dr. Palmer and Dr. Strange performed brain surgery without wearing surgical masks… which is technically not allowed as in real life, all doctors and nurses are required to be wearing masks in all the operating rooms.