In "Avengers: Infinity War" (2018) the Reality Stone turns everything into a green screen, allowing Thanos to put whatever he wants in the background.
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In The Rise of Skywalker (2019), Rey has a pale yellowish orange lightsaber because JJ Abrams decided that maybe he should actually give her an original story detail that isn’t copied straight from Luke’s story in the original trilogy for once. But of course he gave her his last name anyways.
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In this scene of Back To The Future (1985), Doc says the title of the movie. I like when movies do this.
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To get authentic footage for Saving Private Ryan (1998), Steven Spielberg planned Operation Overlord with Allied high command and had camera crews ready on Omaha beach to film the landings
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In The Little Mermaid (1989), Ariel has red hair and she is obsessed with Muggles. She must be a Weasley.
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In The Little Mermaid 2 (2000), every character is the same as one of Flounder's kids. This is in reference to real life, where everyone except you is the same as one of Flounder's kids. We are many, we are one. Join us, or perish.
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In the Polar Express (2004), the train has a flux capacitor. The director, Robert Zemeckis, was too lazy and wanted to cut costs so he reused some of the assets from Back to the Future movies. This practice would later be adopted by EA and their upcoming games
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Originally the character Phil, played by Danny DeVito, in Disney’s Hercules was meant to be a large, majestic centaur but Danny said people would find it weird to hear his voice with a powerful being so they changed the character to a short, fat Satyr with a receding hairline just like Danny himself
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In "Star Wars - The Empire strikes back"(1980) It is actually very heavily implied that darth vader is in fact Luke Skywalkers father.
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In this scene from The Dark Knight (2008), the Joker is seen to be wearing a mask while portraying a nurse, this is in reference to the fact that you should wear a mask during this coronavirus pandemic even if you are a chaos-loving lunatic
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While Tarantino's foot fetish is well known, there are actually more scenes where the actors hands are on show
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In "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald", Grindelwald inhales smoke from a human skull which allows him to have a vision of World War 2. And no, i'm not making this up.
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In Transformers (2007), Barricade’s motto is “to punish and enslave.”little did Michael Bay realize that in 2020 this will be the new police motto.
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Just watched Star Wars: Episode IV today,and I got to say the visual effects are remarkable for a 70s movie. No wonder Lucas is credited as a technical wizard.Though Darth Vader was not as menacing as the fans claimed and the death star felt a bit too overpowered for my taste
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in Knives Out (2019), Jamie Lee Curtis tells Lakeith Stanfield and his partner to "get out", referencing his famous scene in Get Out (2017)
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This scene from 21 is a reference to multiple teenage sexual abuse allegations against kavin spacey
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In Wanted (2008), Wesley’s girlfriend cheats on him. This is a reference to how many goddamn cheating jokes there are on this subreddit.
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During Oz The Great and Powerful (2013) Actor, James Franco is said to have derived his inspiration off of various aspects of the original Scarecrow character. Consequently, they are both still awaiting their honorary degrees from the Wizard.
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In Jaws (1975) Brodie never refers to the shark by its given name (Jaws). This is done to dehumanize him.
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Michael Palin came up with the idea to use coconuts in Monty Python and the Holy Grail because they couldn't afford to use actual horses, this is in reference to that fact that I was going to repost this on r/MovieDetails but I accidentally clicked on the wrong subreddit and I am too lazy to fix it.
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In Iron Man 2, the movie is actually only about 20 minutes long. This is due to the fact that I was really stoned and passed out on the couch.
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The existence of Tom Holland and Tom Hollander implies the existence of a Tom Hollandest
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For the Omaha beach opening sequence in Saving Private Ryan (1998), Steven Spielberg accompanied and filmed US soldiers as they fought. It was there that met Cpt. Tom Hanks and they agreed to make a movie
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Back to the Future (1985) is the highest grossing movie of all time that features a storyline involving incest
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In Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir dogs (1992), there was no scene where there was dogs in a reservoir, however steve buscemi looks like my ugly pug throughout the entire movie
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In Frozen (2013), when Kristoff speaks & sings with his reindeer, Sven, he's actually just talking to himself.
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Before finding success as Professor Xavier in the X-Men movies, Patrick Stewart made a living as an internet meme
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In The Invisible Man (2020), you’ll notice there aren’t piles of shit all over the place. That’s because his shits are also invisible.
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In The Dark Knight (2008), The Joker tells Batman the warehouses Rachael and Harvey are located, in which Rachael dies due to a henchman's mistake. This references the bitch Miranda who never finds the correct cabinet to put documents into, forcing me to stay until 7 to fix while she fucks off!
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In Iron Man 3 (2013), Tony tells Pepper that nothing has been the same since New York. This is a reference to the place where I caught my ex-wife sleeping with her boss. Fuck you Jennifer you whore
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