Toy Story 4- on this glue, it is written that it was manufactured in Emeryville, California, which is where Pixar Studios is located.
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Just learned about an official statement that the brachiosaurus that died in the volcano eruption in the latest Jurassic Park movie was the very first brachiosaurus we saw as kids. I agree with the awesome voice guy: "What is wrong with you people?!"
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Taxi Driver: Young Martin Scorsese sat agaisnt the wall in this scene
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In Polar Express (2004) the girl stows away a cup of hot chocolate for Billy, the kid in the other car. The cup of Hot chocolate can be been under the seat in a different frame
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In 2014's The Grand Budapest Hotel, Jeff Goldblum plays "Deputy Kovacs". The character is named after TV comedy pioneer Ernie Kovacs whom Goldblum portrayed in a 1984 TV move called "Ernie Kovacs: Between the Laughter".
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In Interstellar (2014), only Brand passes out when Cooper attempts to dock the spinning Endurance because she hasn't undergone High-G training in the past, but Cooper did because he's a trained NASA pilot
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In the movie Predators 2010, Lawrence Fishburne pays respect to Bill Dukes character Mac with the line(Over here, Turn around).
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In Mean Girls Gretchen was upset because Regina said she couldn't wear hoop earrings, so she couldn't wear the ones she got from her family. Gretchen is wearing those earrings at the end of the movie.
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In Iron Man 3, Tony upgrades his armor by coding it to himself because in Iron Man 2, Rhodey steals it to be outfitted by Hammer Industries. Tony doesn't want it to happen again
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John's boat in Yesterday (2019) is appropriately named
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Psycho (1960) - When the last shot of Bates fades into the car, Bates’ face turns briefly corpse-like
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Uniform discrepancy in the 2007 Vietnam movie “Rescue Dawn“. The sailors on the ship have stitched labels indicating their branch of service; see U.S. Navy in the photo. This was not the case during that conflict and was typically done with a stencil pen.
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Buckaroo Banzai had an early version of the Flux Capacitor
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At 1:09 in the movie "Night School" Starring Kevin Hart, you can see the killer from the Adult Swim short "Too Many Cooks"
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Detail in the Restaurant Scene in Oldboy (Explanation in the comments because of spoilers)
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Christopher Walken makes a crazy reference to a role he will play 16 year later in "The Dead Zone" (1983)
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In the movie Scooby Doo (2002) shaggy says we stay away from all thing involving monsters but adds we also stay away from hydroclonic for different reasons
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Kiefer Sutherland's role as David in The Lost Boys says “Michael” 118 times! The most dialogue out of all four vampires.
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In Back to the Future (1985), the graffiti on Marty's school says "SMEGMA"
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The rhino police officer McHorn in Zootropolis is voiced by Mark Smith who was also Rhino in the UK version of Gladiators.
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In Pulp Fiction, Vincent (John Travolta) gets his gun ready as soon as Jules (Samuel L. Jackson) starts quoting Ezekiel 25:17
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In Avengers: Endgame, through confirmation with the VFX team, you can just barely see Arnim Zola's (Captain America 1 & 2) face on a monitor in the background during 1970
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In The Other Guys(2010) Will Ferrell's character checks to see who his phone dialed and shows his phone is clearly a prop with simulated screens.
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Deadpool being carried by domino is a reference to C-3PO being carried by chewbacca
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October Sky (1999) is an anagram of the novel Rocket Boys, both of which are based on a true story.
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In "The Departed", Madolyn asks Sullivan if we wants to talk about his impotence while holding a banana
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In Enemy of the State (1998), the guy in the shop (sitting bottom-right) is part of the film crew hired as a technical surveillance counter-measures consultant.
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In Gangs of New York, Bill The Butcher (Daniel Day-Lewis) uses the same kill tactic with a knife he showed Amsterdam Vallon (Leonardo DiCaprio) with the pig, to kill his father, Priest Vallon (Liam Neeson) in the beginning battle of the movie.
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In the first war scene in the movie Gladiator(2000), you can legit see the extras laughing for a nice 3 seconds or so.
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