With all the work put in to some of our favorite movies, it’s hard to think that any could have obvious mistakes. But there are. Lots of them. From firing arrows wrong, to changing eye colors, to candles on string, some of these big budget movies have the simplest mistakes.
1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
If you look closely, you can see the wires keeping the candles hanging.
2. Pirates of the Caribbean
Behind Captain Jack you can clearly see a man with a cowboy hat in the background. Cowboys vs. Pirates, anyone?
3. The Hobbit & Lord of the Rings
Legolas’ eye color changes from movie to movie. The magic of elves is…confusing.
4. Django Unchained
Django wears a really cool pair of sunglasses throughout the movie. Unfortunately, sunglasses weren’t introduced until almost 60 years after the movies takes place. This might be intentional by Tarantino, or it might not be. But I’m not going to mention it to Django…
5. Pulp Fiction
Before the room is shot up, there are bullet holes in the wall.
6. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
See the camera man? I wonder what Mr. Weasley would think of a video camera!
7. The Avengers
Captain America is strong, but I don’t think his suit is self-fixing.
8. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
Harry’s mother has brown eyes. They’re suppose to be green, dammit!
9. The Hunger Games
How is the arrow staying on the bow? Katniss isn’t THAT good of a shot.
10. Star Wars: A New Hope
Watch carefully. One of the Storm Troopers hits his head walking out of the door!
11. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Oh Harry Potter, not again… He somehow switches sides in a matter of seconds. More magic us muggles just wouldn’t understand.
12. The Dark Knight
Watch carefully: the pulse monitor on Two-Face’s finger disappears between shots!
13. Jurassic Park
You’d think that people recreating dinosaurs would know how to spell. The name should be Stegosaurus… Well done, scientists!
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