Dean in Get Out (2017) keeps acting like he’s black because he’s practicing for when he becomes a black man not because he wants to impress Chris
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In Spider-man Into The Spider-verse (2018), there is a costume based from the PS4 exclusive videogame, Spider-man (also 2018)
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In Ratatouille (2007), when Remy and Linguine cook together, Linguine pours in a box of Bouchiba pasta. This is a nod to animator Bolhem Bouchiba.
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In Deadpool 2 (2018), the orphanage where Russell was tortured is named the “Essex House For Mutant Rehabilitation”, This is a reference to Nathaniel Essex, also known as Mister Sinister from the X-Men comics.
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Blade Runner 2049-In order to portray the blind character of Niander Wallace, Jared Leto decided to fit himself with opaque contact lenses that made it impossible for him to see.
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Forrest Gump invested in Apple Computer, Inc. in 1975, but Apple was not publicly traded until 1980.
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Sam Mendes' 1917 could have been a very short film. The clump of trees beneath which Blake and Schofield wake at the opening of the film are in the same field, and only around 50 yards from, the lone tree at the foot of which Schofield slumps exhausted at the end.
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In Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003), Captain Jack Aubury has spent all day training with his cannon crews and needs to be shouted at twice to hear what is for dinner
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In the War of the Worlds remake (2005), the grandparents are played by Gene Barry and Ann Robsinon. They played leading roles in the original movie (1953).
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In Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), Whitmore has an aquarium containing coelacanths, a species of ancient bony fish thought to be extinct until they were rediscovered in 1938. The movie takes place in 1914.
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In the Cars series, the VW Bus Filmore is the only main character with a front license plate, made to look like a soul patch. His plate number, 51237, is also the birthday of his voice actor George Carlin (Born May 12, 1937)
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Alien [1979]: When Brett takes off his hat to get soaked by the falling water you can hear the Xenomorph hiss in anticipation of its prey.
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In Spider-man: Far from Home (2019), there is a blink and you will miss scene where we see that Peter has labeled the switch “do not unplug” because he was charging his suit. Peter needs todo this because unlike Tony's nanotech suit it has no arc reactor which can supply the power
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In Princess Bride (1986), Inigo Montoya only ever injures Count Rugen in the places that Count Rugen has already injured him; The cheeks, the shoulder, the bicep, and the stomach.
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In War of the Worlds (2005) for the iconic “plane crash” scene, Steven Spielberg requested an actual decommissioned Boeing 747 and had it dismantled on set.
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Dark Knight (2008) Bruce Wayne rhetorically asks "Where is Harvey" just prior to Joker asking , almost the exact same thing, moments later in an entirely different context.
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Ready Player One (2018) - Chucky was on Sale!
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Economist Paul Krugman had a cameo roll as himself in the comedy “Get him to the Greek” (2010). In the green room “Are you Paul Krugman?”... Uh, yeah... “My dad loves your shit”...
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To make the poker game realistic in Casino Royale (2006), the cast were given lessons in poker, and often played for two or three hours after sets for real money.
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In Drunken Master 2 (1994), Jackie Chan's character falls into a firepit. Wanting the scene to be realistic, Jackie actually fell into a real firepit. He even did the scene twice because he felt "the rhythm wasn't right the first time."
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In coco 2017, miguel says "im gonna play in the mariachi plaza if it kills me" which is what kinda what happens
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M:I-Rogue Nation (2015)-Ethan Hunt doesn't drown during the underwater scene. He suffers an underwater blackout from lack of oxygen, his breathing naturally slows, inhaling minimal water, he is rescued quickly, then regains consciousness with a state of euphoria. This is all common and accurate IRL.
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In The Fellowship of the Ring (2001) When Boromir tries to take the ring from Frodo you can hear Sauron growling along with Boromirs lines. (1:49 for time stamp)
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In Green Zone (2010), after Greg Kinnear and Brendan Gleeson disagree on the path forward (and on working together), you can see a poster with the motto "United We Win".
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In The Book of Eli (2010), when Carnegie (Gary Oldman) shoots Eli (Denzel Washington) and leans over to him, there's four dots on his sunglasses that predicts the Bible is different.
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In POTC: At World’s End (2007), a young boy is hanged for piracy. This is historically accurate; 18th century Britain had a capital code that punished children and adults equally. In fact, one of the crimes that had a death sentence was "strong evidence of malice in a child aged 7–14 years of age".
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In Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (2002), Owen Lars tells his wife he will paint the ceiling tomorrow. 22 years later, in a New Hope, he still hasn't painted it.
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Detail from Pearl Harbor (2001)
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In Hot Fuzz (2007), when Sergeant Angel first visits the police station, Bill Bailey is reading “Complicity” by Iain Banks - a novel about a serial murderer who kills right wing political figures “For the *Greater Good*”
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In “The Hunt for Red October” (1990), the director’s father (John McTiernan Sr.) has a credited cameo as one of the advisors in the room when Jack Ryan gives his briefing at the White House.
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