In Shutter Island, whenever Leo smokes, he gets cigarette lit by someone else. Which shows he was a patient as mental patients are not allowed to have matches.
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A Beautiful Mind: Marcee does not disturb the flock of pigeons when running through them.
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In WALL-E, many of the captains served for over 100 years, showing that even though Earth was nearly destroyed, life expectancy actually increased from what we know and expect in real life.
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In “Nightcrawler” Lou Bloom (Jake Gylenhall) describes a proper frame, which is also describing the frame of that shot.
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In Inside Out (2015), the stacks of memories in long term memory resemble the folds of the brain.
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Starsky & Hutch (2004) takes place in the 1970’s . When Huggy Bear (Snoop Dogg) first appears “The Edge” by David McCallum (1967) plays softly in the background, which is sampled in “The Next Episode” by Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg (2000)
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In the movie In Bruges (2008), Brendan Gleeson's character is forced to keep his change from the man in the ticket booth. Towards the end of the film he uses this same change to his advantage by throwing it from the clock tower to warn Colin Farrell.
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In Spider-Gwen's universe (Spiderman: Into the Spider Verse) Google is called Backrub, the original name of Google when it ran on Stanford's servers
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In “The First Wives’ Club” (1996), Elise Elliot’s (Goldie Hawn’s character) Oscar statue is actually Hawn’s own real life one that she got for Best Supporting Actress in “Cactus Flower” (1969).
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In 12 Angry Men (1957) the set becomes smaller as the time goes to increase tension and to make the movie feel more claustrophobic. Credit to u/R3dOctober for letting me know about this.
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In Godzilla vs. Destoroyah, the background of the news room resembles the Oxygen Destroyer from the original 1954 Gojira, which comes back up in GvD's plot
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Director Robert Rodriguez based the second Motorball sequence on a NASCAR rally. Instead of aerial and impossible shots, he used the physics of real cameras in placements seen in NASCAR. It includes long lenses capturing things whizzing by, as well as cameras on the track with the players.
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The poster for the 2008 U.S. remake of "Rec*", "Quarantine" starring Jennifer Carpenter, is from the last two seconds of the film.
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"I Love you 3000" popular line from Avengers: Endgame (2019) in Ralph Breaks The Internet (2018)
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The Shazam families power are foreshadowed in the film
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In Avengers: Endgame Smart Hulk has two tacos which he hands to Ant-Man, but he only ends up with one in the next scene.
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[Coraline] The mouse the "other mother" sends to lure Coraline towards the small door and into her realm, literally poops under the door as it scurries away.
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In the movie 'Hoodwinked!' (2005), Walter W. Wolf is seemingly sporting a Lebron Lakers jersey.
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In The Princess and The Frog (2009), during “Friends on The Other Side”, Lawrence is visibly confused by Dr. Facilier’s shadow.
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Good Old Michael Scott quotes
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In Spider Man Into the Spiderverse, at 19:05 according to Netflix, you can see that Miles Morales has Club Penguin on his phone, as both are owned by Disney
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At the end of "Se7en", the shape of one of the transmission towers seems to resemble the head of the devil goat in a pentragam. This is when the most shocking moment of the film occurs.
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Avengers Endgame: In Avengers 1, Bruce wonders why the Hulk saved his life after Tony speculates it. We get the answer here when, after combining with the Hulk, Bruce is the only one who can use the gauntlet and bring everyone back
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In Avatar, after the destruction of the Home Tree, The Scientist and the Marines react differently
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In Mad Max: Fury Road, The Interceptor has a hole in the headlight that's a similar shape to Australia.
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In all these years I just noticed that Boo gives Sully in the movie Monsters Inc. the toy Jesse (from Toystory) and Nemo (Finding Nemo)
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I must’ve watched Monsters Inc a hundred times with my two year old and only just noticed now that the sock Mike uses to distract the yellow CDA guys is Boo’s.
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In “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” the shot of Lucy climbing back in to her coffin was filmed in reverse, and playing the film backwords. They did this to give her movements a more sinister, otherworldly quality
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Avengers: Endgame. In the first couple of minutes when Hawkeye's family gets dusted, the sound crickets diminishes by half. In the distance, you see the scattered remainder of a flock of birds trying to get back into formation after half of them presumably have disappeared.
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Transformation of the alien
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