Even the best films can have continuity and storyline flaws. The audience is frequently ignorant of these inaccuracies. Some errors are so ridiculous and unexpected that they make it past the editing process. From the camera crew recording it on film to lousy timing, these are five severe cinematic mistakes you won't believe you've never committed before.
#1. The Danish Girl (2015)
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The Danish Girl is set in the 1920s, and the women in the film are dressed in period attire. The shape of the garments, however, did not correspond to reality, making the wearers appear shapeless or column-shaped.
#2. Django Unchained: Django Time Travels (2012)
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The glasses worn by the character Django (played by Jamie Foxx) in Django Unchained produced a distinct style that drew the audience's attention. However, the film is set in 1858, and such a type of spectacle did not exist at the time.
#3. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)
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The events in the Harry Potter film take place in the 1990s. In one scene, though, Dudley Dursley (Harry Melling) sits in the living room wearing shorts with the G-Unit emblem on the bottom. This G-Unit trademark was really introduced in 2003.
#4. Pretty Woman (1990)
Vivian (played by Julia Roberts) captivated the audience's hearts in the film Pretty Woman. She is eating a croissant in one scene, but the second bite turns out to be a pancake.
#5. King Arthur (2004)
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A Knight's Tale, a popular film about knights, is set in 400 AD, however knights in the film ride on saddles with metal stirrups. However, metal stirrups were not imported in Europe until centuries after the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
#6. Notting Hill (1999)
A pivotal scene in this must-see film occurs when Anna (played by Julia Roberts), who is there to conduct an interview with William (Hugh Grant), is seated in the hotel room across from him. The audience's attention was caught when, in the following scene, the two wide brass door handles abruptly changed to narrow, brass, closed-mesh handles.
#7. Dirty Dancing (1987)
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The character "Baby" in Dirty Dancing developed from a shy girl to a confident adolescent through her dances and manoeuvres. Her denim shorts, however, do not fit the 1963 setting of the film and instead seem in the 1980s.
#8. Braveheart (1995)
Prior to the end of the Roman era, or roughly 800 years ago, Celtic tribes utilised blue body paint (made of wood) in warfare. the events depicted in the film Braveheart occur. Scotland continued to wear kilts (length cloaks) hundreds of years after Wallace's time. Furthermore, the kiln standards and patterns that are employed in the movie are Victorian inventions, indicating that they predate the period in which the movie is set.
#9. Spider-Man (2002)
Undoubtedly, a lot of individuals are fascinated about and inquire about this fact. Is Spider-Man's tight suit obstructing his vision?
#10. Titanic (1997)
Rose is portrayed by Kate Winslet in Titanic as a young, attractive woman. She elevates her head in one shot so the audience may see a mark or mole on her left cheek. But the mark can also be seen on her right cheek throughout the movie and when she converses with Leonardo DiCaprio's Jack. Check it again if you didn't see it the first time.