These Are The Most Embarrassing Bloopers In Movie History

Movies are a gateway to fantastic and unbelievable worlds. In order to do so, directors have to make sure everything is right. Most often, everything is excellent and the work of art is flawless. However, there are times where even the best directors miss something. Whether it be sheer chaos or a nasty deadline, something goes wrong. When things go wrong, hilarious bloopers ensue. Sit back, grab a cup of coffee and laugh your jaws off with these amazing bloopers. Yes, everything on this list is real and you can see it for yourself.

The disappearing crowd – Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino was back at it again in 2019 as the director released his latest movie ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.’ Of course, the movie is filled with some huge names, such as Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Leonardo DiCaprio. It follows the life of a film star and his stunt double as they try to navigate the changing movie scene in Hollywood, marking the end of the Golden Age.

However, there is one fight scene that overlooked the small details. Bruce Lee and Cliff Booth are fighting it out in a best two out of three fight. So where does the crowd go when Cliff throws Bruce onto the car? One minute everyone is watching. The next? They’re nowhere to be seen.

Lord of the Rings

Gandalf was a mighty wizard in the Lord of the Rings movies. This wizard could do plenty of things with his magical powers, but perhaps a few more than you might expect from a Tolkien character. He apparently had so many powers that he was able to travel to our world and buy a nice watch.


Not many people noticed this detail, but if they did, they didn’t care. After all, the movie amassed $3 billion in earning and won a modest 17 Oscars. Not too bad, right? Who cares if Gandalf was wearing a watch? It was still one of the most epic movie franchises of all time. At least he could tell the time, too. Even magical wizards need to know when to stop fighting and have some lunch.

Django Unchained

Who didn’t love Jamie Foxx in this Quentin Tarintino masterpiece? Playing Django was a career-defining moment for the actor, who even used his own horse in the movie. He wanted the part so badly, he used his horse-riding skills to win the role! His part saw him take down slave owners to win back his one true love, Broomhilda.


What’s wrong, you ask? After all, this film is a classic? Call us crazy, but we’re pretty sure that John Lennon style glasses didn’t exist back then. In fact, we’ve done a few history lessons and sunglasses didn’t exist at all during the wild, wild west. It may not be the end of the world, but we’d love a little bit of historical accuracy. Saying that, would Django have looked as cool without his glasses? Probably not.


When Leonardo DiCaprio took on the role of Jack in Titanic, ladies around the world went crazy. He may not have been as famous as he is now, but his boyish looks won the hearts of fans all over the world. It may not have been an Oscar-winning performance, but then that didn’t come for a long, long time for Leo anyway.


While his part may have been adored by fans all over the world, there were some who couldn’t get over one part of the script. He mentioned trekking with his dad on Lake Wissota. The problem? That’s a manmade lake dug up in 1917. The Titanic sank in 1912. Time traveler Leo! There is absolutely no way he could have been visiting a lake before it even existed.

The Book of Eli

We loved this flick and the acting skills of Denzel Washington. He played the nomadic warrior, tasked to deliver the last existing Bible to a safe location. The Book of Eli was a box office hit and people loved the message of the whole film, but there was one giant problem – or small problem, whichever way you want to look at it.


What’s wrong with the movie, then? Well, the Bible was in Braille writing. The Bible in braille is much bigger than one book. It would be more like 40. That’s definitely not something even the legendary Denzel Washington would be able to carry around with him. It may be a slight inaccuracy, but we’ll let it go as the movie was so darn clever otherwise.

Missing a year – Ford v Ferrari

‘Ford v Ferrari’ is a movie about an epic battle between the two car manufacturers. Ford wanted to try and take down the giants by building a car that would win the 24 Hours of Le Mans race at last. However, there is a major blooper in the movie. It turns out that there should have been another year of competing before Ford comes out victorious.

The film shows one loss before the team returns in 1966 to take the crown. The reality? Ford lost twice: once in 1964 and again in 1965 before they finally had everything to scoop a win. While it might not be completely accurate to the real story, the movie does cover the important bases.

Back to the Future

One of the most legendary movies ever is Back to the Future. It predicted advancements in technology so well. Every detail that was mentioned turned out to be true in the end, well nearly everything. We’re still waiting to be able to actually use hoverboards on a more regular basis, but the self-tying sneakers are a reality!


However, not every single detail was as well thought out. Remember the scene when Marty plays the guitar in the 1950s? Well, the issue is that the guitar came out 3 years after the movie is set. Otherwise, the move is spotless. Plus, we can kind of forgive him considering he’s a time traveler anyway. Maybe he snuck the guitar back with him?

Panic Room

Jodie Foster and Kristen Stewart try to escape a deranged Jared Leto in the thriller movie Panic Room. During one scene, Jodie Foster is cornered by Jared Leto at one point and decides to light some propane up in order to escape. That seems like a rather bizarre thing to do anyway, but you do you, Foster.


Thankfully, the propane rises to the ceiling and they stay safe. The problem? Propane is heavier than air and would stay on the ground. All that would have happened is that they would have set on fire and Jared Leto would have had his wicked way. Physics always wins, guys. If you’re going to add a scene like this, make sure it actually makes sense.


In a fictionalized work, the director treats us with a depiction of one of the most famous battles ever. 300 brave Spartans battle the enormous Persian army and Thermopylae. While the movie itself is a masterpiece, there were plenty of things that history buffs pointed out were wrong with it. The director probably knew these were coming though…


Although the Spartans lost, they were honored for their effort, and it’s a spectacular movie tribute. The only issue is that there were somehow bombs and other weapons in the movie. Things like that didn’t exist for the next 1000 years. Of course, the movie itself is almost like a comic book take on the action that really happened, so we kind of expect some irregularities.

Independence Day

Independence Day is one of those movies you either love or hate. However, loads of people love the alien flick which sees these extraterrestrial invaders trying to take over planet earth. In some scenes, we see world famous landmarks either being destroyed or being sucked up by the spaceships. Totally normal, right?


However, there is one scene where we watch the Empire State Building getting the same treatment. In the movie, it sits at the end of a long avenue before it’s taken over by the alien invaders. However, anyone who has been to the Empire State Building knows that this isn’t the case. It’s a tiny mistake, but it’s one that people couldn’t help but point out all the same.

The Aviator

Leonardo DiCaprio always cares about details when preparing for a role. When portraying Howard Hughes, Leo imitated his tics, rituals and many other obsessions. We know from some of his other roles that he really puts the effort into method acting, including when he put himself through the paces for the movie that eventually won him an Oscar, The Revenant.


In one scene, he asks an assistant to bring him exactly 10 chocolate chip cookies. No can do! Chocolate chip cookies were invented in 1938 and the movie is set in 1928. It’s weird to think of a life without chocolate chip cookies, but that was the reality back then. We wonder if Leo knew that he was defying the laws of time when he asked for his sugary snack?

The changing reaction – The Irishman

Joe Pesci. Al Pacino. Robert De Niro. Actors who have played some of the toughest characters on the big screen over the years. The three of them all come together as Frank Sheeran, played by Robert De Niro, teams up with a mobster and his crime family. It’s based on a true story and was such a pull for Joe Pesci that he came out of retirement to take part in the movie.

Being three-and-a-half hours long means that plenty of scenes were shot more than once to make sure everything is perfect. Toward the end of the film, Frank calls Jimmy’s wife to try and console her after he lost his life. However, different cuts appear to show Frank reacting differently.

Django Unchained

As much as Quentin Tarantino likes to overdo things, some of his antics are genius. This one is more like that than an actual blooper. There’s one scene when Leonardo DiCaprio’s character is giving quite a haunting monologue about the difference in human skulls, based on his racist ideologies.


During this scene, Leonardo DiCaprio slams his hand in anger on a table and blood comes out. However, this wasn’t scripted. The actor actually cut his hand on glass that was on the table and the cameras kept rolling. Tarantino decided to keep filming and Leo decided to do what he does best – act through it! This became one of the most memorable scenes in the whole movie, and we’ve no idea why the actor didn’t scoop up an Oscar for it!

American Sniper

Chris Kyle, played by Bradley Cooper, is a traumatized war veteran in American Sniper, who fights against his demons and enemies at the same time. Not everyone rated the movie very highly, but that wasn’t always because of the story. After all, Clint Eastwood is a great director and the script itself was pretty good. However, there was one scene that people couldn’t stop laughing over.


We see Bradley Cooper cradling a baby in one part of the movie, but there’s one big problem. It’s a doll! While it’s not always the easiest to use a real baby in films, you could at least make it look a bit more realistic. These guys made no effort to disguise the fact they were using a plastic baby doll in the film – and it makes for hilarious viewing.

Rumble in the Bronx

Jackie Chan plays a young martial artist coming from China to his uncle’s store in the Bronx, in the movie Rumble in The Bronx. Along the duration of the movie, he fights many dangerous gangs. Well, what do you expect? He’s Jackie Chan!


This is a thrilling martial arts movie and plays to Jackie Chan’s strengths as a martial arts hero. However, there is one big problem with his appearance during some of the scenes. Jackie Chan got injured during the filming of this movie and had to wear a cast on his leg. Some of the outfits he wears actually don’t cover it up, so you can see it. It’s not a big deal, though, and we’re more impressed that he just kept filming with an injury.


This psychological thriller starred Halle Berry as a psychiatrist who wakes up as a patient, with Robert Downey Jr. playing her former colleague who is treating her. It’s a great movie filled with twists and turns, but there was a huge problem during filming that led to it having to be put on hold for three months.


During one scene, we see the two main characters fight, and it seems as though things got a little out of hand. Robert Downey Jr. accidentally broke Halle Berry’s arm and she had to take some time away from the set. It took around three months for her to be better enough to start filming again. We wonder if she ever forgave him for the accident?

The Lion King

Lion King has long been the suspect of some suspicious activity by the directors. Adult themes are thought to exist in the movie on purpose and it makes for some seriously funny viewing when you’re a grown up. Who knew there were some many innuendos in Disney movies?! However, it’s not just deliberate additions you want to keep an eye out for in this kids film.


In some scenes, you’ll find that Nala has green eyes. In others, she has blue eyes. Considering she is a big part of the movie, as Simba’s companion, you would think they would keep a careful eye (get it?) on the color of her eyes. We have no idea how such a big production company like Disney could create such a blooper!

Accidentally falling down – 1917

‘1917’ is already an incredible war film. However, it becomes even more impressive when we learn that it’s all shot as one take. The cast shot long scenes at a time that have been edited together to make it look as though the action never stops. However, there were a handful of bloopers that made it into the final cut.

One scene shows actor George MacKay running down the frontlines of the battlefield with explosions going off in the background. He told Vanity Fair that he never meant to get knocked over, but with so much to organize for each scene, they ended up keeping the shot in the final movie. They just had to edit out a few cuss words before ‘1917’ was released.


When you’re creating a film based on a moment in history, it’s vitally important that you pay attention to the little details. After all, you’re bound to get plenty of history buffs telling you that you’ve done something wrong, even if it’s just a tiny mistake. However, plenty of people didn’t see this as a tiny mistake.


During the film, the Medieval Scottish soldiers all wear kilts. Sounds pretty normal, right? Except no one wore kilts back then. Instead, the soldiers would have worn bright yellow war shirts that were dyed using horse urine. Nice, huh? Well, if you’re going to make a historical film, make sure it’s historically accurate. Unfortunately, lots of historians noticed the massive blooper in Braveheart.

Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets

A movie with kids is bound to have blunders, errors, and bloopers. It’s a normal thing because nobody can be flawless at that age and it can be hard when you’ve got a large group of kids to organize. Harry Potter And The Chamber of Secrets is a glaring example of this. However, it isn’t an issue with the child actors in the movies, it’s a production blooper!


During a scene where Malfoy is on the ground, you can clearly see a cameraman in the crowd. It seems as though all the kids are playing their parts perfectly, but this cameraman ruins the whole scene. How did it manage to get through all of the production and editing with this glaringly obvious mistake? It’s totally inexcusable!


It’s not easy making an action movie based on Homer’s Iliad. Wolfgang Petersen is a veteran when it comes to excellent action movies. Troy was another example of his brilliance, with Brad Pitt playing Achilles. It was a critically acclaimed movie, but it was another historical film that found itself riddled with inaccuracies.


One of the most obvious problems was one scene with Brad Pitt, that has an airplane in the corner of the screen. Sure, you can’t stop all the planes from flying in the sky while filming. However, even we could Photoshop a plane out of a scene like this. We wonder if the people who edited this noticed the big blooper when it finally came out in theaters. We’d have our heads in our hands.

The Matrix

Any movie that involves mirrors and lots of reflective surfaces is tough to film. After all, you have to get the angle just right if you want to avoid any bloopers. The 1999 classic sci-fi movie, The Matrix is an example of that. Even though it’s always been lauded as one of the best movies of all time, it still has flaws.


During a scene where Morpheus and Neo stare at a doorknob, a reflection of a camera is seen. It’s badly masked, too. It seems as though you can make one of the greatest movies of all time, but if there’s a glitch in the Matrix, then there’s a glitch in the Matrix. It still doesn’t make us love the movie any less though.

Pirates Of The Caribbean

Johnny Depp is one stylish pirate in The Pirates of the Caribbean movies. A captain’s hat along with some dreadlocks and a goatee make a formidable outfit, and it’s rumored that he based his swagger on Mick Jagger too. However, there is one thing that stands out like a sore thumb in this still taken from the first film.


If you look closely at the label, you will see that his hat is Adidas branded. Be how it may be, the movie was brilliant and it garnered Depp a lot of popularity. His image as Captain Jack Sparrow has been copied all over the world, but we wonder how many people decided to stay as true as possible to it with an Adidas hat of their own?

The moving blanket – Marriage Story

Shooting the same scene more than once means the cast and crew need to remember a few things. One of those is their positions. Scarlett Johanson and Adam Driver play a married couple, Nicole and Charlie. Sadly, things go south, and the two end up filing for a divorce. The film lets us follow their lives, but it appears as though Scarlett and her son in the show get tangled in one scene with a blanket.

They are staying with Nicole’s mother, but each time the camera looks at the pair, they are different. Sometimes Nicole has her hand on her chest while other times it’s behind her head. Plus, her son goes from being out of the blanket to lying under it up to his neck.

Spy Kids

This movie was all kinds of legendary when it came out 16 years ago. A story where two kids find out that their parents are spies is always a fun one. Children around the world loved the Spy Kids franchise of movies, which also starred the legendary Antonio Banderas. However, it seems as though they didn’t get the memo about filming in mirrors.


When Carla Cugino, the mother, is sat at the mirror, you can clearly see a cameraman in the background. We figure this shot was even harder to film than just a regular mirror, as the dressing table has three mirrors. However, it’s a rookie movie mistake and they definitely should have cut it out during production – even if it is a film for kids.


If you’re looking for the definition of a smash hit, Marvel’s Deadpool is the thing you’re looking for. It made ten times the budget and is still as popular as ever. It’s filled with special effects and details, but blunders are there too. Not even Ryan Reynolds is immune to some production errors.


During one scene, Deadpool is defeated and falls into a dumpster. It seems as though his swords appear on his back as if they were then all along, but then something happens. In the next shot, the swords have disappeared again. The case of the missing swords is an odd one, that not even Deadpool himself would be able to solve. Maybe he should turn to one of his other characters, Detective Pikachu?

Jungle Book

The remake of the classic animated Disney movie was a smash hit, making $1 billion at the Box Office. Because it wasn’t filmed on location, some computer animation had to be used to make the movie as precise as it can be. That makes sense, as it’s pretty rare to stumble across a jungle good enough for filming.


Animation can replicate real life in a pretty good way, but it’s rarely ever perfect. Despite lots of money being plunged into the special effects, it turns out that they didn’t get it quite right in the final cut. The blooper here is that, during the entire movie, you never see rain bouncing off of Mowgli. Perhaps physics wasn’t the strong suit of whoever edited the Jungle Book remake?

Star Wars

Stormtroopers are the cloned warriors of the Republic and we see different variations of these clones throughout the Star Wars movies. While they aren’t the sharpest of shooters, they’re still quite a formidable force that you don’t really want to bump into on a dark night. That is until you see this blooper in A New Hope and lose all respect.


In one scene, as the Stormtroopers are chasing our heroes into the control room of the Deathstar, one of the clones manages to smack his head on the doorframe. It was an accident and the actor said they had developed an upset stomach during filming, so wasn’t feeling right. It was somehow kept in the final cut as one of the funniest Star Wars bloopers ever.


When you settle down to watch a movie about medieval Scottish warriors, of course, you expect a lot of beards, swords, and kilts. Although, now we know that we shouldn’t have seen any kilts at all, according to the history buffs. However, there are some other things that you don’t expect to see in the movie Braveheart.


We aren’t historians but we can say with certainty that baseball caps weren’t high fashion then. Who is this man and how did he get here? A time traveler or a crew member? We are kind of hoping that he’s someone that has traveled back in time to tell the Scottish warriors that they shouldn’t be wearing kilts because they’re not historically accurate…

Props coming and going – Joker

There have been many that have tried to portray Joker over the years. 2019 saw Joaquin Phoenix step up to the mark. The actor played Arthur – who becomes Joker – as we learn all about the twisted life of the character and how he may have become the villain that many of us know and love today.

There is one famous scene in the movie where Joker dances down the stairs. Throughout some of the dance, he has a cigar in his hands. Although he seems to throw it away, it magically reappears when the police arrive at the top of the stairs. Thankfully, most of us find ourselves caught up in the magic of the dance, and the blooper went unnoticed.

Saving Private Ryan

Steven Spielberg is on the Mount Rushmore of movie directors. His ideas and his keenness for details made him the highest grossing director ever. His 1998 war flick, Saving Private Ryan, is lauded as one of his best works with a total of five Oscars. It’s also number 27 on IMDb’s best-ever movies. However, it’s not without its flaws.


In this scene, Captain Miller, played by Tom Hanks, leans on a motorcycle when wounded. What’s wrong? Well, the bike is a model from 1962. If you know anything about history, then you’ll know that it’s physically impossible for that bike to be around then. The film is set in 1944, so they’re just a little bit too early. Oh Steven, you let us down!


Russell Crowe got an Oscar for his role in Gladiator, which was one of the biggest hits of 2000. Ridley Scott directed this cinematic masterpiece which is often voted as one of the best films of all time. Let’s not forget the stunning soundtrack by Hans Zimmer, too. It’s near perfection. It also contains one of the biggest bloopers in cinema history. Oops!


During a chariot race in the Colosseum, there was something wrong with one of the chariots. It turned out to be powered by a gas canister. We get it that horsepower is important, but we didn’t know Romans cheated this much. If you’re still wondering what’s wrong with this, we’ll let you Google the history of gas canisters.

The Princess And The Frog

Animated movies are every movie perfectionist’s dream. Characters can wear the same outfit during the entire movie and it’s very rare to see mistakes. After all, those who create the animations can simply use templates to duplicate their characters in a variety of different poses and with various facial expressions. So, you don’t expect to see many bloopers or blunders, right?


Well, The Princess And The Frog is an exception. Many have noticed a scene where Tiana loses her earring just by turning her head. Things like that shouldn’t happen. However, it seems as though whoever was animating this movie just forgot that she was wearing earrings. And the editors also seemed not to notice. C’mon guys, this is a rookie mistake!

Fast and the Furious 7

When you’re filming a movie with so many special effects, you’re bound to have a higher risk of bloopers. Avoiding this is very important. Directors were especially careful with the Fast and Furious 7, which came out in 2015. However, it seems as though they needed a lesson or two in explosive devices before the movie came out.


When Deckard Shaw, played by Jason Statham, sent a bomb, it should have blown everyone and everything near it to kingdom come. However, after the explosion, it seems as though the house is left standing. Everything is intact. How is that physically possible? Answer: It isn’t. The whole house should have come down or at least been on fire. Back to the drawing board, guys.

Rain Man

Rain Man, which came out in 1998, won an incredible four Oscars and 22 other awards for its beautiful storytelling and stunning acting. However, not everything went to plan whilst filming. This isn’t a blooper, it’s more of an unplanned addition to a scene, but it’s an absolutely hilarious one.


When Dustin Hoffman goes into the phone booth to make a call, he apparently decided to use his moment to pass gas – perhaps as a small gift for Tom Cruise? This made Tom Cruise giggle quite a bit and we can’t say we blame him. Although this is a pretty serious movie, that touches on some sensitive subjects, it seems as though these two still had plenty of fun filming it.

Forrest Gump

Who doesn’t love the classic movie Forrest Gump? It’s a firm favorite for people all around the world and anyone who says they didn’t cry at least once in this movie is a liar. However, just because it’s amazing, doesn’t mean it’s free from any kind of blooper. Particularly this funny scene at the end, where Forrest says he invested in some kind of fruit company (AKA, Apple).


However, as the tech company didn’t go public until 1980, and it’s thought he made the investment after Hurricane Carmen in 1974, he couldn’t have actually invested in any stocks. If he’d somehow been part of the venture capital funding, however, his share in the business would have been around $53 million when they did start trading. Woah.

Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows

Sometimes, no matter how good a movie is, it can never come close to the book. This is evident in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows. Those who were big fans of the writings of J K Rowling were quick to point out an error that defected from the original books. Harry’s mom, Lily, is supposed to have green eyes.


However, in the movie, we see that her eyes are blue. Yet, what’s even stranger than that, is her eyes turn brown in this scene! Sure, it’s not the most important mistake in the world, but when you’re a serious Potterhead it can be annoying to see the movies aren’t staying as close to the books as possible.

Dirty Dancing

A story about emotions and forbidden love is always entertaining. Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey engage in a forbidden affair that was bound to happen. However, despite all the fans and critics alike loving the movie, it’s not free from errors. When they are in the car, you can notice a small blunder.


Patrick is driving the car, but the vehicle is actually in parking gear. The director must have forgotten his morning coffee. It’s never easy to film scenes in cars, as you can’t always just stick a camera on the bonnet and ask the actors to drive down a road. So, most car filming is actually done on a set with a moving background. If only they’d corrected this one small flaw, no one would have been any the wiser!

Dallas Buyers Club

Matthew McConaughey played the role of Ron Woodroof masterfully in Dallas Buyers Club. This is a striking story that conveys the struggles of one man who is diagnosed with acquired immune deficiency syndrome, who wants to help others who are unable to get their hands on the right medication.


The 2013 film was a blockbuster hit, but that doesn’t mean it comes without any flaws. In one scene, we take a look at Ron Woodroof’s office where we spot a posted of a Lamborghini Aventador. That’s all well and good, except that the car wasn’t made until 2011. The movie was set in the mid-1980s, during the height of the AIDS epidemic, so there’s no way that poster should be there.

Lord Of The Rings & The Hobbit

Sometimes, it’s good to play the same character in a series. You are familiar with the outfits, the director and everything. In this case, we aren’t sure why this blooper even exists. After all, Orlando Bloom is the same person in both movies, and therefore all of the details about his appearance should stay the same… Right?


Pulp Fiction

Oh no, it is true. Even one of the best movies of all time is prone to all sorts of bloopers and silly mishaps. During one of the best scenes in the movie, featuring Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta, there is one tasty mistake that eagle-eyed fans spotted in the background. If you look really closely, you’ll see there are bullet holes in the wall.


Considering they hadn’t yet been shot at by the young men they’d gone to visit, it doesn’t make sense for there to be any bullet holes there. Quentin Tarantino isn’t the kind of guy to make continuity errors like this, so we wonder if there is a story behind it all? Maybe they had already come face to face with some other adversaries before the suited duo turned up.

Cast Away

This was one of the hardest roles of Tom Hanks’ career. First, he had to gain weight and shave off his beard. During the filming of the movie, he had to lose the weight and not shave for weeks. There’s a reason why this 2000 movie was nominated for two Oscar awards and won 15 other awards!


In some of the scenes, he is able to survive off of items from FedEx cardboard boxes. This wouldn’t be possible, as cardboard isn’t waterproof and it can’t exist in water. Especially not for that period of time! Instead, the cardboard would have disintegrated and Tom Hanks would have been left with a load of soggy boxes. However, it also would have made for a very short film, so we kind of let them off for this one.

The Dark Knight

Christopher Nolan is a director that is either hated or loved by the actors that work for him. Why, you ask? The reason for this is his incredible eye for detail. He has been called a perfectionist many times and he will happily keep reshooting scenes until he is 100% sure that he has got them exactly how he wants them.


It can drive some people mad and some others love him because of this. However, he may have wanted to keep a closer eye on whoever was behind the creation of this newspaper headline in The Gotham Times. It seems as though someone remembered the rule of “i before e, except after c,” but forgot there are plenty of exceptions to this rule. It’s spelled heist!


Obviously, this move is brilliant enough to be able to win so many awards, despite all the bloopers. This one isn’t a visual one, it’s more of a historical blunder. Is it any worse than using a gas canister in a chariot race? We don’t think so, but it’s one that the history buffs picked up on nonetheless.


Russell Crowe plays a character called the Spaniard. This is cool and all, but the name simply doesn’t exist in ancient Rome. It was invented by a Frenchman, 1200 years later. So, either they’ve decided that actually he invented the name or that he’s a time traveler. We’d love to see a mish-mash of Back to the Future and Gladiator if we’re completely honest. How cool would that be?!

Pretty Woman

We’ve reached the romantic comedy to end all romantic comedies. It’s an adorable movie featuring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. The story of a working woman being taken in by a richer man is excellent and the acting is awesome. Then why is it on this list?


Well, in one scene, you can see Julia eating a croissant. A few seconds later, she is digging into a pancake instead. We can’t decide if this was a blooper or if she just had a huge array of breakfast goodies to pick from, and decided to take a little bite of each. Either way, there was no way she was going to go hungry in this movie. We want someone to feed us pancakes and croissants!


Many movies about the iconic Marvel superhero, Spider-Man, have been made. However, we’re going back in time to the 2002 flick starring Toby Maguire. Remember that one?! It’s a film that people either love or hate, depending on what part of the MCU they like best. However, it’s also one that comes with a few issues.


In this scene, we see Spider-Man testing out his new powers and breaking a lamp in the process. However, in the next shot, we see the lamp back on the bookshelf as if nothing had ever happened. Our Spidey Senses are tingling with this one and they’re telling us this is a glaring continuity error. However, we don’t really mind this Spider-Man movie, so we’ll let it slip.

American Hustle

American Hustle was a movie released in 2013 that turned out to be a blockbuster hit. It was nominated for a whopping 10 Oscars and won a grand total of 70 awards! Yes, 70. The all-star cast included Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence, and Amy Adams – to name a few. It was a fantastic movie, but there was one small mistake in it.


This scene shows Stoddard Thorsen, played by comedian Louis C.K. wearing a rather nice timepiece on his wrist. However, considering the movie was set in the 1970s, it seems weird that this is the watch he has on. Why? Well, this Rolex wasn’t made until 2010. Perhaps it was his own and he simply forgot to take it off for filming. Or he’s a time traveler like so many other actors seem to be in this list.

Dirty Dancing

Nobody puts baby in the corner wearing jean shorts! It seems as though the costume department didn’t get the memo that Dirty Dancing was supposed to be set in the 1960s. If they had known, perhaps they wouldn’t have made this obvious mistake when it comes to Jennifer Grey’s clothing.


You see, jean shorts like this weren’t around until the 1980s. There’s no way you would have seen someone walking around in these in 1963, which is when the film is supposed to be set. However, it’s an ‘80s classic movie and actually a lot of the costuming, hair and makeup is all wrong… So we’ll just let it slide. We love the whole 1980s vibes anyway!

The Wedding Singer

Drew Barrymore is a walking blooper in this movie. The 1998 romcom may have cheered the hearts of many, but that doesn’t mean it wasn’t riddled with errors. The Wedding Singer was a feelgood movie that sees Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler engaged to the wrong people… Only to discover their love for each other.


However, the whole film is supposed to be set in the 1980s. While the majority of that all seems fine, there is one huge issue. Drew Barrymore’s haircut is so ‘90s it hurts. You just wouldn’t have seen this kind of haircut around in the 1980s. In fact, the actresses’ haircut was so popular in the decade after the movie was set, people would take her picture into the salon to replicate it.

My Girl

My Girl, released in 1991, is quite easily one of the most heartbreaking films of all time. How they thought this was fine for kids to watch and not get scarred by it, we have no idea! Starring a young Macauley Culkin as Thomas and Anna Chlumsky as Vada, the movie managed to scoop up two awards when it was released.


However, what the people handing out awards may have failed to notice is a little historical inaccuracy going on. Vada is given a mood ring in the movie, which is all pretty cool. Well, it would have been if mood rings had actually been invented. They weren’t a thing until 1975, which is three years after the movie was set.


This action fantasy adventure has its fair share of critics, but none more than those who like their films to be historically accurate. The 2017 reboot of the 1999 classic of the same name starred Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe, two men who are probably used to ending up on lists of bloopers like this.


The biggest issue with the film was that it was based on Ancient Egypt, right? So, if that was the case, no princess would have been able to become a Pharaoh. It was impossible, so the whole movie makes no sense. We don’t want to add any more salt into the wounds, especially as this movie was panned when it came out, but we’re sticklers for detail.

Captain America: The First Avenger

This 2011 movie was one of the first big Marvel hits, after Iron Man, but that doesn’t mean it didn’t come with its own problems. The movie stars Chris Evans as the titular character, also known as Steve Rogers. As a rejected military soldier, we watch as he takes the ‘Super Soldier’ serum and turns into Captain America himself.


The movie is set during the times of World War II, so it’s important that the Marvel bosses tried to remain historically accurate – despite it being a superhero movie, of course. Many WWII history nerds couldn’t help but point out one big flaw with Peggy Carter. Her hair wasn’t regulation! It would have had to have been off the collar and not down to her shoulders.

The Informant

The Informant stars Matt Damon as an informant who is helping the U.S. government go after a business mogul who has been accused of price fixing. It’s an excellent drama, released back in 2009, that managed to scoop up two Golden Globe nominations. However, there was a slight issue in the costume department.


The movie is set back in 1991 and the majority of the costuming and hair shows off this early 1990s style quite well. However, Matt Damon’s character is seen sporting a pair of Nike golf shoes – and he’s not the only one. A few of the male characters are seen in these shoes, but there’s a problem. Nike didn’t start making golf shoes until five years later.

The Doors

This Oliver Stone movie is a biographical look at Jim Morrison, the legendary lead singer of The Doors. It starts with his life as a student at UCLA, before following his rise to fame and his untimely passing. It’s an epic movie, starring Val Kilmer as the frontman, but there are a few problems with the costuming… Again!


The Doors fans know that Jim Morrison was a fan of wearing aviator sunglasses, which we see a lot of in the movie. The issue is that these aviators are Ray-Bans, which hadn’t been invented in the 1960s when the film was set. This means he had either traveled forward in time or the costume department hadn’t done their homework.


It seems as though there are quite a few bloopers and blunders in Gladiator… We wonder if they could go back in time, would they take all the errors out of this legendary film? Or does the fact they’re in there make it even more legendary in a way? We’ve seen gas canisters and a name that didn’t exist yet, but what about this?


You can see, underneath the armor that Russell Crowe is wearing, a pair of bike shorts. These definitely wouldn’t have been a thing in Ancient Rome! We’re not sure if they were there because he had forgotten to take them off, because they were comfier than a costume, or just to cover his decency. Either way, get rid of the shorts!

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Who doesn’t love Harrison Ford as Professor Henry Indiana Jones? These movies were absolute classics for many people growing up and they’re still much-loved now. While they’re a fun adventure, you shouldn’t really use any of them as history lessons. Why? Well, there’s a prime example in the Last Crusade filmed back in 1989.


In this movie, we see Harrison Ford taking down members of the Nazi party, who were obviously a big part of World War II in 1939 until 1945. So, what’s wrong with that? Well, many of them are wearing war medals in this film which was set one year before the war even kicked off. How is that possible? How could they have won war medals before the war?

Pirates of the Caribbean

Here is another prime example of not using movies for history lessons. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl is thought to have been set loosely in a 30-year period between 1720 and 1750. We also know this to be about right, as the king is George I – it’s a little off, but we’ll let it slide. However…


While we get the gist that the film is around the early 1700s due to the King, there is one big problem with that. The Royal Navy in the movies are all wearing uniforms that date around 1947. There is no way these uniforms would have even existed, let alone being worn by the Royal Navy at the time. Guys, don’t get your history lessons from Pirates of the Caribbean!

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

Who can forget the 1991 classic Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, with its all-star cast? Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman, Christian Slater, Alan Rickman… Need we go on? While it’s an absolutely excellent movie, it’s not without its mistakes.


Of course, this movie is based on a folk tale that is thought to be set around the 12th century. So, when Azeem (played by Morgan Freeman) hands Robin Hood a telescope, there’s a huge problem. Telescopes weren’t invented until the 17th century and so there’s no way anyone would have had one. Maybe Robin Hood used his telescope to look into the future and Azeem built him one from that…? No, that doesn’t work either. There’s simply no excuse for this blunder.


Troy was a smash hit when it was released in 2004, with one Oscar nomination for the costume designer for the movie. It also starred some huge names at the time, including Brad Pitt as Achilles and Orlando Bloom as Paris – which is who we see pictured here. He’s a cool guy, right?


We particularly like that fancy parasol he is using to keep himself shaded from the sun. Except, there’s one big problem with that umbrella. Whilst they were an Ancient Greek invention, they didn’t come about until 800 years after the Trojan War, which is when this film was set. Perhaps this blooper is the reason it didn’t win the costume design Oscar after all.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

Yet another Indiana Jones movie to make it onto the list, but this time we’re looking at Raiders of the Lost Ark. In this adventure flick, it’s Indy against the Nazis once again. He’s been hired by the government to find the Ark of the Covenant before the bad guys can get their hands on it. However, there’s a problem.


In the background during this scene, you can clearly see someone wearing jeans and a t-shirt. Considering this film is meant to be set in 1936, there is just no way someone would be wearing that outfit back then. Either someone left their costume at home or one of the crew members has accidentally made their way into the movie.

Pirates of the Caribbean

Looks like there were no shortage of bloopers when it came to filming Pirates of the Caribbean. We have already seen Johnny Depp wearing a hat that’s far too modern to have come from pirate times, but what about this guy in the background? Can you see what he’s wearing?


It looks like a cowboy has accidentally stumbled onto the set of a pirate film. How on earth did this guy end up on a pirate ship? We’re pretty sure there were no cowboy hats, white t-shirts and aviators back in the 1700s. We’re sure someone can correct us if we’re wrong, however. We have a sneaky suspicion this may be a member of the crew once again.

Hell or High Water (2016)

This Oscar-nominated action drama features two brothers, played by Ben Foster and Chris Pine, who decide to rob banks for a living after their mother passes away. Down on their luck, and with the home of one brother under threat, they see no option but to steal. Sounds perfectly reasonable, right?

Closely following the brothers is a veteran police officer who is looking for one last bust before he retires. Enter the legendary Jeff Bridges as Marcus Hamilton, and you can see why it won 48 awards. The film is set in the present day, but the patches the state troopers wear are actually dated from before the ‘90s. Why are they wearing such out of date patches? Costume department couldn’t find any modern ones?

The Revenant (2015)

Leonardo DiCaprio stars in The Revenant as a man who struggles to survive harsh conditions after being mauled by a bear. Leo’s character is left for dead by his hunting crew as they tried to skin the animal. This would be the first time Leonardo Dicaprio, who played Hugh Glass, would win an Oscar for best actor! However, it’s not without its flaws.

Right at the beginning of the film, we see Hugh Glass going to the toilet, and he pulls up his zipper when he’s finished. The film is set in 1820, but the first zipper was patented until 1851, making him slightly ahead of his time. There’s no way he could have had a zipper to pull up. However, we already know Leo is a time traveler in Titanic, so maybe that’s just his thing!

12 Years a Slave (2013)

The biographical drama set in the deep south follows the life of a black man from New York who is sold to slavery. It stars Chiwetel Ejiofor as Solomon who suffers cruelty, barely stays alive, and tries to maintain his dignity throughout the entire experience. Unsurprisingly, this box office smash managed to scoop up three Oscar awards and 238 other wins!

That doesn’t mean it’s completely issue-free, though. Solomon is seen playing the violin at the beginning of the movie, but something isn’t right with the picture. The strings on the instrument are synthetic, but during that period of history, they would have been made with natural materials. Synthetic violin strings weren’t invented until quite a while later, so it just doesn’t make any sense.

Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Mad Max: Fury Road was a visual treat for movie lovers back in 2015. The film won six Oscars, largely for costume and production design. It is essentially one long car chase that has viewers filled with suspense until the credits finally roll. The reboot starred big names such as Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, and Nicholas Hoult.

One mistake the editing team overlooked was the windshield in Immortan Joe’s vehicle. Throughout the movie, the glass keeps appearing and disappearing for some unknown reason. This might explain Immortan Joe, played by Hugh Keays-Byrne, has such red eyes after driving through the dry and dusty desert. Someone give this poor guy his windshield back! He can’t see without it.

Darkest Hour (2017)

The Darkest Hour takes place during WWII and is focused on how Winston Churchill, played by Gary Oldman, should deal with the enemy threat. It was an impeccable film that managed to win two Oscars and is deemed is pretty historically accurate… Most of the time. Unless you count this blooper, of course.

One scene depicts a lunch meeting between King George VI and Winston Churchill, who was the British Prime Minister at the time. There are servants present, but due to the sensitive nature of the topic, they would not have been allowed in the room. A campaign ran during the war, warning British citizens that anyone could be a spy, and those fears meant servants would not be present during important discussions.

The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)

Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel is a crime comedy set in the fictional Republic of Zubrowka. We follow the fortunes of the concierges who work at the hotel during both the First and Second World Wars. There are literally tons of stars in this quirky movie, including Ralph Fiennes, Willem Dafoe, Adrien Brody, and even Edward Norton who is pictured here.

Although a great deal of attention has been paid to pretty much everything in the film, there is something the producers overlooked. Every single newspaper in the film shows the incorrect dates, as the dates shown do not match up with real dates on the calendar. Wes Anderson is known for his unusual style, so perhaps this was just a way of keeping audiences on their toes throughout?

The Shape of Water (2017)

The Shape of Water was a beautifully shot fantasy drama about a lonely woman who makes friends with a water-breathing creature. It is set during the ‘60s, with the threat of the Cold War looming. People weren’t sure exactly what to make of this human-creature love thing, but it still managed to win four Oscars!

The movie tells the viewers that the Amphibian Man is able to live and breathe in salt water, and it came from the Amazon River. Studies have shown that there are not high enough saline levels in the water for the Amphibian Man to breathe adequately.Basically, Guillermo del Toro shot himself in the foot by giving away too much detail in the first place. Sometimes, less is more if you want something to sound realistic.

Argo (2012)

Argo is the true story of an undercover CIA agent trying to recover six Americans trapped in Iran in 1979. It starred Ben Affleck as that hero, and was even directed by the actor, too. This incredible movie managed to scoop three Oscars and was praised highly by critics at the time. However, it’s still an action movie and that means it’s prone to some odd mistakes.

When the Swissair Boeing 747 is being chased by police cars on the runway, it just seems like any other action shot. Then the plane takes off, but the cars still keep up with it. They would have had to be driving at around 160 miles per hour to do so. It’s the kind of blooper we see in action movies all the time, but the director just expects us to believe it – for the drama!

Lady Bird (2017)

Lady Bird stars Saoirse Ronan in a coming-of-age comedy drama. Her character, Lady Bird, is attending a stuffy Catholic high school and is struggling with the lack of excitement and adventure there. Written and directed by Greta Gerwig, the movie was praised by critics and even managed to win a whopping 120 awards in total!

During the film, Lady Bird decides she must find a way to have some kind of fun experience before she goes to college, so she goes looking for it. In one movie scene she is talking to a boy, but as the camera switches shots, it’s clear she isn’t really talking as her mouth is not moving. It’s not even a little bit of a mistake, it’s so blindly obvious that it kind of takes away from that moment in the movie.

Gravity (2013)

Trying to write and direct an accurate science fiction movie is no easy feat, especially when there are so many people willing to tell when you’re wrong. The nothingness of space awaits anyone who gets separated from their ship, and that’s what the characters in Gravity were trying to avoid. In one scene, George Clooney and Sandra Bullock’s characters are tethered together by a rope.

They are forced to cut the rope as Kowalski is pulling Stone out with him. In reality that could have been prevented with a tug toward Stone, as the rope was more than capable of holding them both as they were in the same orbit. Those who know a fair bit about science were keen to point out that this could have completely ended the issue in the whole film.

La La Land (2016)

La La Land had everyone going gaga when it came out in 2016. The film transported us all back to the golden age of Hollywood with Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling doing their best Fred Astaire and Judy Garland impressions. It was the movie that took it all home during the 2017 awards season, managing to win a total of six Oscars and 237 other awards.

For many, the film was flawless, but there was one scene which raised a few eyebrows. Mia heads to the cafe to meet Sebastian with a little yellow handbag. When she leaves the cafe, she then has a huge red bag that came from nowhere. As there are plenty of different colors in the film, in what people wear and in their accessories, perhaps it was supposed to be a part of it. Maybe?

Whiplash (2014)

Miles Teller stars in Whiplash, a musical drama about a wannabe jazz drummer. Teller’s character, Andrew, enrolls in a jazz music class with a pretty tough teacher in the hopes of making his dreams become a reality. The downside is he must suffer the abuse from his teacher to get that success.

J. K. Simmons plays the role of Fletcher, the tough-talking teacher with some harsh punishments. However, there’s one big flaw in one of the scenes. When Andrew’s band plays “Whiplash” for the first time, the piano keys don’t match up to how the music sounds. The keys were ascending when they should have been descending. If you’re going to make a movie solely based on musicians, make sure you get some musicians in to get it right!

Lincoln (2012)

Lincoln is a 2012 biopic of the former President of the United State’s life and focuses on the final four months of his life from 1865, before he was assassinated. Daniel Day-Lewis portrays Abraham Lincoln in the movie and it was an impressive performance to say the least. It managed to win a total of two Oscars, but it wasn’t entirely accurate.

One historical inaccuracy found in the film is the use of the American flag and the number of stars used to represent the states. He rides through a battle scene with a soldier behind holding a flag with 38 stars, a flag that wasn’t used until 1877, which is over ten years after the event. If you’re going to do a historical film, at least get the number of stars on the flag right!

Dunkirk (2017)

Dunkirk is a historical drama set during the events of World War II. When the fighting is over the troops are setting sail for England, to return home and put the war behind them. It’s another film by the perfectionist Christopher Nolan, which is why this blooper seems like quite an odd one from the director.

It is clearly stated the soldiers are headed to Dorset, but it doesn’t really make any sense for them as the evacuation routes would have led to Dover. Dorset is around 100 miles of coastline beyond Dover so they would have had to sail past their evacuation destination to get to Dorset. Surely, someone just picked the wrong D on the map. They couldn’t possibly have thought they’d be sailing to Dorset!

American Hustle (2013)

An all-star cast was assembled to feature in the crime drama American Hustle. Christian Bale plays a conman forced to cooperate with the FBI during the ‘70s to bring down a ring of power brokers and the Mafia. It’s an epic film, but, as we’ve already seen, someone wasn’t too hot on the props used in the movie.

Back in the ‘70s, mobile phones were not a thing, so if someone answered your call you knew where they were. Bradley Cooper’s character calls his boss several times asking where he is, but he should know exactly where he is because he answered the phone. He’s hardly going to be out and about with his landline phone now is he?

The Big Short (2015)

The Big Short is a 2015 film set in 2006 through to 2007, as an investor bets against the housing market. During the film, the characters learn just how corrupt and flawed the housing market really is. Stars such as Ryan Gosling, Christian Bale and Steve Carrell all star in this Oscar-winning film, but it looks like not everyone was paying close attention.

Despite being set largely in 2006, there are a number of things that hadn’t been invented yet in the movie. Steve Carell’s character wears a Rolex from 2010, there is a 2009 Audi, and a shot of the Bank of America headquarters in New York which wasn’t built until 2008. Whoever included all of these things in the movie needed to have done their homework.

The Martian (2015)

In 2015 audiences were treated to Matt Damon getting stranded on Mars. A storm hits while Damon’s character is conducting a test and he is left by his crew, who presumed he didn’t survive. He is left to fend for himself, leading to him trying to grow vegetables and survive with the few supplies that are left on the planet.

We see the characters wander about Mars pretty much like you would expect them to on Earth. The problem is the gravity on Mars is about 40% of what it is on Earth, so the characters should have been walking with a noticeable bounce. We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again: If you’re going to make a sci-fi film, get the science right!

Steve Jobs (2015)

Steve Jobs was the famed designer behind many of Apple’s products, and in 2015 a biopic was made about his life, starring Michael Fassbender. The film’s two stars, Fassbender and Kate Winslet were both nominated for Oscars due to their performances. It was a gripping movie that showed a real insight into the Apple co-founder’s life.

One moment in Apple’s history the film covers is the moment the iMac was launched and changed the company’s fortunes forever. During that launch we see Fassbender wearing Jobs’ famed turtleneck. You’d think this makes sense, as it seemed as though he was always wearing that black turtleneck. However, in that particular presentation back in 1998 he was wearing a suit.

Get Out (2017)

2017 horror mystery Get Out won a lot of praise for the sheer tension it manages to make us all feel. We all squirm in our seats as Daniel Kaluuya’s character Chris begins to understand what’s happening to him. It’s a warped film that fills you with anxiety, expertly written and directed by Jordan Peele.

The tension was even getting to the actors as Chris calls out to Rose asking for the keys, but he accidentally calls her Al. Allison Williams is the actress who plays Rose. The mistake didn’t hinder the film too much, and it won Best Original Screenplay at the Oscars. However, you’d think they may have noticed an actor calling a character by the wrong name!

The Wolf of Wall Street (2013)

2013 biopic drama sees Leonardo DiCaprio do his best Jordan Belfort impression as a conman who steals millions of dollars in shares. The story takes place during the ‘90s and depicts the story of corruption reportedly rife all over Wall Street during the time. It wasn’t an Oscar-winning performance from Leo, but we all know that was going to come a few years later.

When Belfort is trading, we see dollars and cents being used as currency, but that’s not the way stocks were traded back then. Those on the stock market at the time would have been trading in dollars and fractions. Leonardo DiCaprio keeps finding himself caught up in these historical inaccuracies, doesn’t he? We have a feeling it would drive him mad to know quite how many there are!

Moonlight (2016)

Moonlight tells the story of a young African-American man named Chiron through three very different, but turbulent stages of his life. We see how as a young man he gets bullied and how he struggles to overcome that while getting involved with a crime boss. It’s an outstanding film that managed to win plenty of awards the same year that La La Land was also scooping them up.

In a scene from their younger days, Kevin and Little begin wrestling, but Kevin’s bling seems to have a mind of its own. It goes from under his shirt, to over it, before neatly tucking itself back under the shirt again all while the boys struggle against each other. It’s a small continuity error, but it bugs movie lovers all the same.

Titanic (1997)

We doubt that there is a soul alive who hasn’t seen Titanic because it’s arguably one of the greatest movies ever made. This movie went down a treat when it was released in 1997, and it was nominated for a whopping 14 Academy Awards! Amazingly, Leo and Kate helped this James Cameron creation to take home 11 of those shiny awards, playing Jack and Rose.

However, when Rose desperately tries to save Jack from his handcuffs and the flooding, you might notice that the glass on the case disappears and then reappears again… Don’t even get us started on the floating door in the movie. We’ve been over it time and time again. There’s no reason why Rose couldn’t let Jack on that door. Just. Saying.

Dead Poets Society (1989)

Robin Williams was one of the greatest actors to have ever lived, and it was a sad day when the world lost him. Dead Poets Society was just one of his many, many incredible films. In fact, this movie won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay and is still considered to be one of the greatest productions in history.

While we do know that this movie was set in the 1950s, we can’t help but wonder why one student can be seen reading a textbook that is clearly from the 1980s. Were they all time travelers? That would be a cool new spin. However, we think it’s just a case of someone in the prop department forgetting when this movie was supposed to be set.

Silence of the Lambs (1991)

Hannibal Lecter has haunted our dreams since 1991, but it seems as though Jonathan Demme’s plan worked. After its release, it was nominated for and won the top five categories within the Academy Award system: Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Adapted Screenplay! Of course, Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster played a big part in turning this film into a roaring success.

Yet, one thing the movie maker didn’t nail was the box that the FBI agents wrapped. While it may have looked pretty, the ribbon just didn’t know what it was doing. One minute it was there, and the next it was gone. It’s these kinds of little errors that can make you just want to grab a production team and shake them. Guys, it was so nearly perfect!

Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

If you watched the 2019 Oscar Awards, you probably heard this name a lot. Bohemian Rhapsody stars Rami Malek as Freddie Mercury, and this movie follows his life and career. It continues all the way up until Freddie Mercury becomes extremely ill due and finishes off with their epic performance at Live Aid in 1985.

It managed to win a whopping four Oscars during the 2019 awards season, but it’s fair to say that there are a few issues surrounding this movie. During one scene that takes place in 1980, Brian May teaches his band his brand new song, “We Will Rock You.” Yet, this song was actually released three years earlier. Did they write it way before? Or was there just some kind of time-space slip in the movie?

Aladdin (1992)

Aladdin is one of those movies that you can watch over and over again. You can sing, you can dance, and you can hope that one day you’ll have your own genie. This 1992 movie went home with two Oscars under its belt, and a live-action remake was also released back in 2019. Starring Robin Williams as the genie, it’s another one of his greatest movies.

Yet, that doesn’t mean it’s without fault. When Princess Jasmine’s tiger bites off the pants of a potential suitor, his rather garish underwear is exposed. At the same time, we notice that the tiger also has this material in his mouth. How is that possible? It looks like the animators kind of forgot what they were doing here.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (2001)

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was brought to us in 2001, and we’ve never looked back since. Naturally, filming a movie about magic back in the early ‘00s couldn’t have been easy, so we have to give these guys a little leeway when it comes to their movie mistakes. Especially when it’s a film full of young, new actors all ready to make it big in Hollywood.

The biggest error of them all came during the flying scenes. To make filming more comfortable for Daniel Radcliffe, a seat was built onto his broom. The only problem is that you can see this seat in the final cut. So, it wasn’t the kids messing up. Nope, it looks like the editing team just didn’t do their job properly. Rookie mistake. .

Chicago (2002)

Roxy is one of the baddest ladies in the business, and Chicago showed us that. This 2002 movie musical starred Catherine Zeta-Jones and Renee Zellweger as Velma and Roxy, and these ladies helped the movie win six Oscar Awards! It is one of the greatest stage-musical to movies ever made, but it’s not without a few bloopers.

Of course, there were a few little niggles with the production. During this particular scene, the two leading ladies seem to swap sides within just a few milliseconds of each other. While it could have been possible, we don’t believe it was intentional. It would have been a mighty fast move to get to the other side, and we don’t think anyone could do it that quickly in heels.

Forrest Gump (1994)

Forrest Gump is the kind of man we wish we could be friends with, more than anything because he’s one lucky son of a mom. This film was an ultimate classic as soon as it came out in 1994 and went to prove that Tom Hanks is one of the greatest actors of our generation.

Although fans of the movie were happy to see this film walk away with six Oscar statues at the 67th Academy Awards, they were more impressed that Forrest and Lieutenant Dan managed to catch so much shrimp when every other fishing boat had failed. This wasn’t any ol’ shrimp, though. This was shrimp that was already processed, and with their heads already removed…

Spider-Man (2002)

There have been so many Spiderman movies, we just don’t know where to begin. However, there is one particular mistake in the 2002 Spider-Man that we just couldn’t ignore. Yep, we’re back to the Tobey Maguire one that everyone seems to love to hate. We’re keeping out of this argument! However, we do have another blooper for you.

As Norman, played by Willem Dafoe, lies down to test himself, the doctor simply ties him down to the bed and walks away. Yet, when Norman is brought into the chamber, he seems to have mysteriously acquired two electrodes on his chest. Although this movie was nominated for two Oscar Awards, it missed out on both of them. Critics and MCU fans alike can probably tell you why.

Braveheart (1995)

Mel Gibson has a hugely successful career under his belt, but Braveheart is perhaps one of his most famous movie roles to date. It seems as though we’re not the only ones who think this because overall this film won a whopping five Oscar Awards at the 68th Academy Award ceremony. Of course, as we already know, it’s not without flaws.

This movie certainly isn’t all it’s cracked up to be in some places. While running through the forest and trying to find his wife, Mel seems to lose and retrieve his sword numerous times. It’s just another error to add to the seemingly ever growing list of blunders in the movie. Still, probably not as bad as the whole kilt thing, right?

Dunkirk (2017)

In 2017, the world was graced with a cinematic marvel. Christopher Nolan brought the war of Dunkirk to the big screen, and it was emotive, intense, and historical. Because of this, it was nominated for a whopping eight Academy Awards! We have already seen a little geography error in this movie, but that isn’t all.

Did you spot a deliberate mistake that Christopher Nolan made during production? Although the ME-109 planes did not have yellow noses until after this particular battle, Nolan wanted audience members to distinguish between that particular model of the plane and the Spitfire. Sometimes, you have to become less of a perfectionist just for the movie to make sense for audiences. However, we’re not too sure history buffs were very impressed.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith (2005)

Back in the days when Brangelina was just a twinkle in our eyes, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie teamed up to star in Mr. and Mrs. Smith. In fact, it was this movie that was the catalyst for the beginning of their relationship and the end of Brad and Jennifer. We’re not crying, you are. Anyway, that’s not the blooper we’re looking for here.

Although the film proved to be extremely popular with fans of Jolie and Pitt alike, there were some geography fanatics who weren’t that impressed. After all, the movie was supposed to be set in New York City. However, when the couple gets caught in a BMW car chase, you can clearly see a street sign that states they are in Los Angeles.

BlacKkKlansman (2018)

In 2018, a new biographical crime comedy-drama came into our lives in the form of BlacKkKlansman. This movie is based on the memoir of the same name and managed to scoop up one Academy Award – although it definitely deserved a few more in our eyes. We saw some incredible performances from the likes of John David Washington and Isiah Whitlock Jr.

While many people have praised this movie and the production for bringing to light difficult topics, there are others who weren’t too happy with the factual inaccuracies. Most notably, when Ron calls the Colorado Springs Police the “Colorado State Police.” Oops! It’s a teeny weeny mistake, but it looks like someone managed to spot it anyway. It certainly doesn’t take away from how amazing the film is, though!

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

When we heard that Tim Burton was going to be producing a live-action adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, we were pretty excited. The movie was just as incredible as we thought it would be, and it even won an Academy Award for Best Art Direction, and one for Best Achievement in Costume Design.

Unfortunately, eagle-eyed fans have spotted a few continuity mistakes within this production, though. During one particular scene, Alice’s shoes seem to swap between two different styles. Perhaps she does just like to change her shoes? Or perhaps not… Maybe the costume designers should have paid a little bit more attention! Mind you, it is Tim Burton, maybe it’s supposed to be that way. We wouldn’t put it past him!

The Godfather (1972)

The Godfather is one of those movie franchises that you just can’t beat. After all, what other movie stars the likes of Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, and Richard Castellano? There is a reason why this Francis Ford Coppola movie is often voted one of the best movies – if not, THE best movie, ever.

A year after its release, it was discovered that The Godfather had been nominated for a whopping 11 Academy Awards, and they eventually went home with three of those. Yet, we’d like to get in touch with the production crew’s windshield repair guy, because he did one impressive job in this movie. It seems as though the windshield just magically repaired itself after being shattered.

Toy Story (1995)

It’s hard to imagine that there is anything wrong with Toy Story because this movie is just so iconic. However, it seems that even the geniuses at Pixar make a few mistakes from time to time. We’ve already seen a few animations with mistakes, and Toy Story has its own too. Most notably, this movie is guilty of disappearing electrical sockets.

From one angle, you can clearly see the outlet, from another angle it’s completely gone. Despite this little niggle, Toy Story was nominated for three Academy Awards, and the fourth movie has recently come out too. It looks like this friendly bunch of toys can get away with anything, even moving electrical sockets around. We’d never blame Tom Hanks (Woody) or Tim Allen (Buzz), though!

The Hurt Locker (2009)

The Hurt Locker was released in 2009, and we don’t think our lives have been the same since. Produced and directed by Kathryn Bigelow, this movie became the first female-directed film within the Academy’s history to win Best Picture – and that’s kind of a big deal. It was loved by critics and the box office, going on to gross an impressive $49.2 million around the world.

Of course, like many other movies out there, the integrity of the movie was spoiled for just a few seconds when we saw one of the crew member’s hands in the shot. Alas, it happens to the best of them! Even with all of those awards under her belt, it just goes to show that any director can let a little thing like this slip through the net. We bet it’s frustrating to see, though!

Roma (2018)

We have Alfonso Cuaron to thank for writing, directing, producing, and co-editing this 2019 Oscar-winning movie. This American-Mexican movie is a dramatic retelling of a housekeeper’s life as she works for a middle-class family in Mexico. While it’s not taken the box office by storm, critics have gone wild for this production.

It was also nominated for 10 Academy Awards, winning three of them. Sadly, the production of this movie was caught in the crossfire when five crew members had to go to the hospital after being robbed on set. While this is certainly not a blooper, it is something that slowed down production and was a huge part of the filming process. We feel so sorry for everyone involved – what a horrid thing to have happened!

Gone With The Wind (1939)

Hands up if you’ve seen Gone With The Wind? There’s a high chance that you have, because this movie is hugely famous, even though it’s a whopping 80 years old now! Gone With The Wind was nominated for an impressive 13 Academy Award nominations, but it’s only recently that eagle-eyed fans have spotted something unusual.

Considering this movie supposedly takes place in 1861, we can’t help but wonder what use an oil lamp in the 19th century would have with an electrical cord. It’s just another example of people not using their history textbooks before making a film. However, we can kind of forgive them considering they did make this movie so long ago. If it was more recent, we’d have been a lot less forgiving.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015)

Although we’ve now seen all the Star Wars movies more times than we can count, that hasn’t stopped George Lucas and his team from making a few mistakes here and there. And us from noticing them along the way. However, you need to look really closely for this one.

As Poe makes his way into one of the X-wing fighters, we can see that there’s a few scratches and marks on the windows. When we get close-ups of the other pilots on the team, they have the same marks. We guess you can’t complain about recycling. At least they haven’t had to use up a load of resources making a ton of X-wing fighters, when they can just reuse the same one.

E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial (1982)

If you’ve ever watched the 1982 version and the digitally corrected 2002 version of E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial, you might realize that ET’s fingers are a little different. Of course, we don’t expect ET’s fingers to be the most beautiful things in the world, considering he’s an alien. However, they are one of the most important bits of the film.

And, they do need to be the right way. In the digitally corrected version, the production team had to switch around his hands and fingers to make sure they matched up. It looks so much better now. However, we still love the original version all the same. Who cares if his hands and fingers match up? I mean, come on guys, he’s an alien!

Green Book (2018)

What do you get when you mix Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali? You get an Oscar-worthy performance! These two legendary actors took on the lead roles in the 2018 comedy-drama, Green Book, and it’s fair to say that the world loved it. In fact, it’s now the 130th top rated movies on the IMDb list, which is quite impressive for a recent flick.

Unfortunately, their fried chicken ventures weren’t too accurate, as the pair eat Extra Crispy Kentucky Fried Chicken in the car. That didn’t come into our lives until the late 1970s…Had they gone forward in time? Considering the movie was set in the 1960s, that’s the only reason we can think of. However, we also can’t imagine a time without Extra Crispy Kentucky Fried Chicken.

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

Arnold Schwarzenegger will forever be remembered as the Terminator, but there were a few issues in the second movie. The critics and fans will tell you that! However, we’re not talking about what people thought of the film itself, we’re talking about bloopers! And this film has one pretty obvious mistake that you really can’t miss.

When the T-1000 makes his way into the helicopter by smashing the window and climbing inside, you’d expect to see a giant hole in the window for the rest of the scene. However, just a few seconds later, the hole has gone and the windshield is back together again. Either that was magic or one major mistake that we just can’t ignore. How hard is it to remember what happened a few seconds ago?!

Pulp Fiction (1994)

If you haven’t seen Pulp Fiction, you need to do so right away. There’s a reason this Quentin Tarantino movie was nominated for an incredible seven Oscar, and that’s because it’s pretty darn great. However, while we know there were a few issues with bullet holes, there was also another mistake in the movie that fans noticed.

However, if you look closely, you might notice a movie mistake in the scene where they give Mia an adrenaline shot. Before they do so, they mark her chest with a red dot. Yet, when the shot is administered, the red dot mysteriously disappears. Is this magic or a mistake? We wonder if this is because Tarantino himself was in the scene and so was trying to work on too many things at once? Keep it simple!

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2005)

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire allowed us to see a new dimension of the Wizarding World. This movie took us below the Black Lake as Harry took part in the Triwizard Tournament. It is a firm favorite for many fans of the franchise, but there were a few mistakes that eagle-eyed Potterheads noticed along the way.

It is Harry’s resurfacing that really had fans scratching their heads. As he surfaces from the lake, Hermione wraps him in a white towel. That white towel that flits between both him and Hermione throughout the next few shots, and it seems as though it just can’t make up its mind. Who is supposed to be wearing the white towel? Where did the blue one come from? Are these magical towels?

The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (2003)

The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King was the third and final instalment of these mammoth movies. Does that make it the best? Um, we’ll let you guys decide. It’s always awkward when you spot the crew in the background of the finished cut.

However, it is even more awkward when you realize that these everyday people look even more out of place in Middle-Earth. Yes, even though The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King went home with an incredible 11 Academy Awards in its back pocket, they just couldn’t remind Dave from the costume department to move out of the way of the Orcs. The end result was this rather embarrassing still. Gosh Dave, move out of the way!

If Beale Street Could Talk (2018)

2018 saw a rise in romantic dramas, and If Beale Street Could Talk was one of them. This movie first made its debut at the Toronto Film Festival and was then nominated for plenty of awards, winning one Oscar in the process. Critics loved it and it received an impressive Metascore of 87!

If Beale Street Could Talk has gone down extremely well with those who have watched it, but there are others who have never heard of it or even seen it in theaters. This isn’t a blooper, as such, but it just goes to show that unless you have the marketing budget to promote a film, even Oscar-winning movies can bomb at the box office. It eventually went on to gross $20 million, which isn’t too bad.

The Usual Suspects (1995)

Released in 1995, The Usual Suspects was an instant hit with those at home. With an impressive cast and an even more impressive script, there was no denying that it was going to take home the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. If you haven’t watched it yet, we won’t give anything away, but all we will say is watch out for terrific performances from each of the cast members, including Kevin Spacey, Stephen Baldwin, and Benicio Del Toro.

Of course, it wasn’t without its faults. Just moments before the gang decide to rob a police car, we see a shot of a Boeing 747 – a plane that has four engines. However, when we see the plane from a different angle, it’s a Boeing 767 and has two few engines. It looks like a real case of plane switcheroo in this movie!

Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

Yes, there’s another Star Wars movie on this list! Although George Lucas has pumped out some impeccable films, he isn’t without his flaws. The Last Jedi came into our lives in 2017 and was instantly nominated for four Academy Awards. Considering it didn’t win any of them, we can’t help but wonder if this blunder had anything to do with it.

While we know that those in Star Wars have powers cooler than most, we don’t think Finn has the ability to move his backpack without meaning to. One minute it’s out of the pod, and the next it’s inside. Is he using the Force? Is this something we had no clue he could do? Or is this just a case of a continuity error? We’re going to go with the latter.

Jurassic Park (1993)

There’s a high chance that you can’t think of this movie without thinking of the theme song, and that’s probably what John Williams wanted. This epic movie won three Academy Awards and made way for a huge franchise that is still ongoing today. We have more recently seen the whole franchise rebooted with the wonderful Chris Pratt taking the lead.

Yet, there is one continuity mistake we just can’t get over. Unless Lex is a professional quick-change artist, there’s no way that she can change her tank top so quickly. Sure, it may look similar, but it’s very, very different. It’s one of quite a few mistakes in Jurassic Park, but in a film about dinosaurs coming back to life, we think we can let it go.

A Star Is Born (2018)

Movie musicals have proved to be extremely popular in the past few years or so, so it should come as no surprise to learn that A Star Is Born raked in the Oscar nominations, finally taking one home. It’s a reboot of a movie that has been done several other times before, with a modern spin, and it’s sure to have you blubbering like a baby by the end of it.

However, many fans couldn’t help but notice that the speedometer in Jack’s truck reads zero when he’s driving it. That’s kinda impossible. Of course, we know that it’s also virtually impossible to record real-life driving scenes, and the film is amazing, so we’re going to pretend we didn’t see it.

The Wizard of Oz (1939)

Even though The Wizard of Oz was released eight decades ago, it’s still just as amazing today. While we all wanted to follow the yellow brick road and explore the magical world of Oz, we also wanted to wear Dorothy’s beautiful ruby slippers. They are a key focal point in the movie and even make it onto the movie poster. What is Dorothy without her ruby slippers?

After all, she wore them throughout her entire trip to the wonderful world, right? Well, not quite. When she and the scarecrow struggle with the trees, Dorothy can be seen wearing black pumps. There are no ruby slippers in sight! When the cast and crew saw this, they probably tried clipping their heels together to get them out of the theater and back home. Oh, the shame!

Titanic (1997)

Yes, Titanic is unfortunately on this list again. While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with the production or the storyline of this movie (other than that gosh darn door scene) there are a few little features that just don’t add up. Most notably, Rose’s beauty mark seems to have a mind of its own. Of course, we know Kate Winslet doesn’t have one and so it must be drawn on.

One minute it’s on the left side of her face, and the next it’s on the right. Of course, Rose could have just switched this up because she was feeling wild and rebellious, but we have a feeling that just wasn’t the case. It looks like the makeup department forgot which side it was supposed to go on, so just took a wild guess.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017)

In 2017, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri was all anyone could talk about. This dark comedy proved to be extremely popular, winning a total of two Oscars and 130 other awards. The star of the show was Frances McDormand who carried us through this wonderful story, but there were a few mistakes that some fans just couldn’t ignore.

This was the case when Mildred, played by Frances, and her son drive in their station wagon, but then stop in their tracks when they have a drink thrown at the windscreen. Although we see the liquid hit the glass when the shot changes the glass is squeaky clean and without any liquid in sight. It’s a tiny mistake, but it’s one that blooper addicts can’t get enough of.

Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)

Austin Powers is the kind of man that you either love or hate, but it seems as though some people loved the makeup within this movie because it was nominated for an Oscar for Best Makeup at the 72nd Academy Awards. Perhaps it was all that groovy hair and makeup, baby!

Unfortunately, the production team should have paid more attention to the costumes. As Fat B*stard lies on the bed in this scene, you don’t have to look too closely to see the air hose that is used to inflate the suit during filming. Of course, we never expected anyone to actually be that large, but you could at least hide the hose. We wonder if he did really eat a baby, too.

Inglourious Basterds (2009)

This is yet another Quentin Tarantino classic, this time set during World War II. As usual, we see an all-star cast, including Brad Pitt, Eli Roth, Michael Fassbender, and a breakout role for Christoph Waltz – who eventually won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in this movie. Tarantino always knows where to find hidden talent!

While the movie itself is wild, there are a few inconsistencies that have driven Tarantino fans mad. After all, he’s usually pretty good with these things. It may not be a huge thing, but plenty of people noticed that the insignia on this soldier’s uniform seems to just disappear. Is it magic? Did the costume department lose it? Is it now in Tarantino’s house? Probably.

The Favourite (2018)

Period dramas are becoming more popular with the younger generation, and it’s fair to say that a cast that includes Emma Stone, Olivia Colman, and Nicholas Hoult is always going to be a success. That’s probably why it was nominated for an incredible ten Oscars, with Olivia Colman taking home Best Actress.

While many viewers have noted that it brings life to British history, there are others who did not find the storyline and the context as exciting as it could have been. Many people were surprised that it had been nominated for so many Oscars and were keen to point out plenty of flaws in the movie… We’d need a whole ‘other list for those! Still, some people loved it. We’ll let you make up your own minds.

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

This movie is a tale as old as time, but even the two Oscar Awards couldn’t take away from some of the mistakes within this animation. Yet again, we see Disney dropping the ball on one of their movies. It’s hard to see how it happens in an animation, especially once it has been through editing, but there we go!

While Gaston was singing about his biceps and his morning eggs, it’s easy to see that he’s sitting on a giant chair that even comes complete with antlers. As if that wasn’t Gaston-esque enough, it’s also sitting in front of a bear rug. However, throughout the next few scenes, the rug and chair move, and they even outright disappear.

It’s A Wonderful Life (1946)

On the release of It’s A Wonderful Life, this Frank Capra creation was a hit with the head honchos in the Academy Awards office. In fact, it was nominated for five awards, including the cherry on top of every filmmaker’s cake, the Best Picture award. Many people don’t feel as though it’s really Christmas until they’ve settled down with their family to watch it!

Since then, it’s been regarded as one of the most iconic movies ever made, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a few mistakes. While George is on the phone to Harry, we see the wreath makes its way from the table, to his arm, and to the table again. However, considering this film was made in 194 with expensive film and no editing software, we’ll let them have their mistake.

A.I Artificial Intelligence (2001)

In 2001, the world was blessed with a brand new sci-fi drama, in the form of AI. Artificial Intelligence. This Steven Spielberg creation follows the life of David, played by Haley Joel Osment. David is a Mecha who integrates himself into human life as a human child.

Of course, we all know that isn’t the case, he’s a machine. But if he’s not a human, why does Haley Joel Osment have a scrape on his knee? We have a feeling this kid actor, who was huge back then thanks to films like Sixth Sense too, actually bought his own injury on set. While this movie was nominated for two Academy Awards, it eventually fell short of an actual win.

Black Panther (2018)

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has always provided us with some of the best movies in existence, but it seems as though nobody was expecting just how awesome Black Panther would be. It smashed plenty of records when it comes to Marvel movies and everyone loved the fact it had such a stunning lineup of actors and actresses.

This incredible production featured an epic cast, an incredible soundtrack, and an even better story. However, T’Challa’s shoes have been slightly problematic. Although we learn that he is given silent shoes, halfway through the movie we start to hear his footsteps. How is that possible? We’ll let them off, however, as this Marvel movie managed to scoop up an impressive three Oscars!

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010)

If you’re a big Harry Potter fan, you’ll know that the sign of the Deathly Hallows plays a huge part in the storyline. So, it was an exciting moment when Xenophilius Lovegood grabbed some parchment and a quill to draw the sign in all of its glory. We finally got to see the sign and it should have been one of the pivotal moments of the whole film.

Yet, the filming of this scene doesn’t quite add up. During one shot, the Elder Wand touches the bottom of the Resurrection Stone. In another shot, there’s a gap between the two. This is obviously not the same drawing. It’s a shame, but it definitely doesn’t ruin the whole moment for us. Well, not much anyway. We can’t speak for all Potterheads though, of course.

North by Northwest (1959)

North by Northwest is arguably one of the most iconic movies to ever grace the big screen. After all, it’s an Alfred Hitchcock movie! While this movie was nominated for three separate Oscar Awards, it seems as though the head honchos on the panel missed this impeccable movie as it won zero.

However, maybe that’s because they noticed a couple of small errors like this one. For example, if you look closely during the Mount Rushmore cafe scene, you’ll see that the young actor behind Eve is putting his fingers in his ears before the weapon in her hands is even shot… It looks like someone was anticipating the gunshot! It’s still a classic, however, and is definitely worth watching.

Vice (2018)

Although we never thought we’d see Christian Bale with a few extra pounds and a bald head, Vice gave us the opportunity to do that. This 2018 movie follows the life of Dick Cheney, the former Vice President of the United States. This biographical comedy is written and directed by Adam McKay, most famous for pretty much every Will Ferrell film ever.

While many praised this movie for bringing an intriguing story to life, there were others who weren’t quite as taken by the finer details. In particular, if you look closely at the church that Kelly draws, you’ll see that it changes as each shot makes its way onto the screen. Looks like they couldn’t keep a handle on their continuity here.

The Avengers (2012)

Almost all of the movies within the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been successful, and The Avengers was no different. This 2012 movie was nominated for the Best Visual Effects Category, and it’s these little tricks that made it stand out. This was the first movie that saw the whole crew get together and MCU nerds were in love.

Yet, we can’t help but wonder just how super these characters are. We know they can fly and have super strength, but do they have the ability to repair their own torn suits after they are ripped during battle? We don’t think so. Looks like Captain America didn’t get that memo, though. The suit needs a proper repair job! Get Tony Stark on it, he knows what to do.

Back to the Future (1985)

How many times have you watched Back to the Future? You may have even wished you could go back in time to watch it for the first time all over again. It is an ultimate kids movie classic and one that many of us still enjoy watching. We already know that it comes with its own futuristic problems, though.

It’s no secret that this movie will go down in history as one of the most iconic movies of all time, but it seems as though there are a few issues with it. In the space of just a few seconds, the odometer changes from 3306 to 3299. We know Doc has done some impressive tinkering with this car, but that seems impossible… Sorry Doc, we think you messed up on this one!