In the 2003 film Underworld, I have absolutely no idea what the plot is. Here's a picture of Kate Beckinsale in black latex. God. Damn.
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In Aladdin (1992), the Genie's references to 20th century pop culture indicate that he is a convict from modern-day Texas, where 10,000-year imprisonment in a lamp is legal.
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Hmmm...
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In Avengers movies, Captain America calls both Nick Fury and Thanos son of a bitch, implying both are brothers
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In Evangers Andgame(2019) Thanos appears to reach down before he dies. This is because he is going to go on reddit and post “AITA for trying to destroy the universe?”
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Marvel decided to recast the character of Bruce Banner after learning Edward Norton was a former Nazi.
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The scene where Cooper receives a delayed message from his now grown-up daughter in Interstellar (2014) is totally blurry. This is because my eyes decided to start tearing up uncontrollably.
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Definitely true
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In Joker (2019), one of Arthur's friends gives him a revolver. The weapon turns out to be alive, and continues to grow in size until achieving full erection in Batman (1989)
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In the original Star Wars (1977), R2D2 seemingly only communicates via beeps. In actuality, R2D2 is speaking but has a filthy mouth, forcing George Lucas to cover up all of his lines with beeps to maintain the film's PG rating. This trend would continue for the character for the next four decades.
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The central theme of “The Parent Trap” (1997) is failure, as the main characters capture a grand total of 0 parents in their traps. In fact, they don’t set a single one.
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In Avengers: Endgame (2019), Thanos is shown making himself some stew. This is a callback to Infinity War, in which Thanos is shown to be adept at cooking after making Gamora some soup
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Did you not know?
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The phrase „there is no spoon“ refers to the directors of the Matrix, the Fettucini-Brothers who are italian and therfore eat their pasta without a spoon.
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In The Terminator (1984), the gun store owner can be quoted as saying, "I'm gonna close up early today." This ends up becoming true.
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Friday (1995) was actually shot over the span of different days of the week due to efficiency. So when the actors said it was a Friday they'll never forget, in reality they were referring to several days including, of course, a few Mondays.
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In the movie Zootopia, all the animals can talk just like my dog Stanley can talk. Sometimes he tells me to do bad things.
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In 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968), science wasn’t advanced enough at the time to train apes for the complex acting roles required by the film so they used humans in ape suits. There was an added benefit of making the death scenes more ethical.
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In Up (2009) Carl and Russell become friends because they both have diabetes.
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In Justice League, there is a building called “Janus”. This company was founded by the character Myhugh. Myhugh Janus is in the Snyder Cut.
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While many think that Internet celebrities starring in Hollywood movies is a relatively recent phenomenon, Twitter superstar @dril has had a prolific film career including such hits as 'Chinatown', 'The Shining' and 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'
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In the 2018 film "The Hate you Give" police men and women are portayed as cats. Because cops are pussies.
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In Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977), C3PO can be seen shining in the sun on Tatooine. This is most likely because he is made out of gold.
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In Clueless (1995) Tai tells off Cher, calling her "a virgin who can't drive." This is not faithful to the source material, as Jane Austen's Emma, on whom Cher was based, was an enormous slut
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In Coraline, the “welcome home” cake features an O shaped like a pretzel. According to Auntie Anne's Pretzels, a piece of bread shaped like this should cost like $12, and I mean it's not even that great really. It's just got some salt on it.
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Was watching Goldeneye, and just realized that when Bond is infiltrating the bathroom in the beginning, the soldier has to use newspaper clippings for toliet paper. A genuine shit post!
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Arwen survives long enough to see the umpteenth Age of the Middle Earth because she's an elf.
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In the music video for Rush's "Roll The Bones" (1991) nothing happens around 4:40 or 4:52. This is a reference to nothing also happening two years prior to the video's release.
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A subset of comic book movies like TDK trilogy, BvS, MoS, Wonder woman, Aquaman, Joker etc are called DC movies. This is because in their universe they use Direct Current instead of Alternating Current.
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In the movie Ironman(2008) they made the Ironman suit in CGI, because of the fact that RDJ couldn't make himself one.
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