In the mist (2007) a woman wears an ugly scarf amazing movie detail
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Jared Leto is famous for his dedication to his roles. In preparation for Suicide Squad (2016), Leto did several flexibility exercises to get into shape for the role. These exercises included sucking himself off all the damn time.
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Due to the shooting budget of Star Wars (1977), some sets weren't completed as first intended. For example, they didn't use a real Moon-sized space station for the Death Star scenes.
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Contrary to popular belief, Skipper the penguin in Madagascar (2005) is not actually voiced by an actual penguin.
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An interesting detail I found in the movie: "Reddit" (2020) is that characters could get free piles of karma by simply stating that an actor changed due to a tragic death.
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An actor died before Madagascar began production, so he had to be replaced. This is a subtle and thoughtful reference to the fact that the actor was actually not involved in the production at all.
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In Transformers (2007) Optimus Prime has a functioning mouth. Why
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In Chapter 27 (2007) Jared Leto plays the man who shot and killed John Lennon. To prepare for the role of a man who had a massively detrimental impact on music, method actor Leto formed the band 30 Seconds to Mars.
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In Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows characters are written into the script in order to portray people who would have been in the story. This is called 'Writing' and has confused r/moviedetails many, many, many times.
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In Beautiful Boy (2018), Timothée Chalamet plays a role of meth addict incredibly. This is called meth head acting.
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In the Fast and the Furious (2001), Dominic Toretto distributes corona at a house party, foreshadowing how idiots in 2020 host house parties to spread corona.
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In Star Wars: Attack of the Clones (2002), Chancellor Palpatine accepts emergency powers while claiming, "I love democracy. I love the republic." This is an allusion to the two major U.S. political parties, because Palpatine is a filthy centrist.
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In Transformers (2007) you can see that the CGI looks bad at times. This is partly due to the fact that I am actually watching the music-video to Backstreet Boys' absolute banger of a song Larger Than Life in 480p
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In Batman Returns (1992), Batman doesn’t actually return to Gotham City... He’s been living there the whole time!
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In Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011), Stephen Fry (1957) can be seen at a funeral. This is because he is an actor, who plays a character in this film.
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In Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows (2011) two small children can be seen at a funeral scene. This is a small nod to the fact that I have no idea who these kids are, and I haven't paid attention since the first ten minutes of the movie.
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In “Hardcore Henry” (2015), characters of the movie speak Russian. This is because they’re Russian.
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In The Matrix (1999), the child actor wasn’t really holding anything in his hand, so the line “There is no spoon” was written in to remind the special FX department to digitally add one in later
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In the 2021 upcoming movie Morbius, Jared Leto plays a vampire that sucks blood, this is a reference to the 2016 film Suicide Squad that sucked out my will to fucking live.
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In Lincoln (2012), Daniel Day-Lewis was so convincing in the title role that he still faces assassination attempts whenever he goes to the theater
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In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse, when a taxi crashes the airbags deploy. This is a nod to that r/moviedetails does not know the difference between an Easter Egg and common fucking knowledge of cars.
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In Doctor Strange (2016) the titular character tells Mordo that he lacks imagination. This is a reference to how r/shittymoviedetails users lack imagination when it comes to creating posts that aren’t ripping on r/moviedetails
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In Ready Player One (2018) Steven Spielberg crams as many pop culture references and “”Easter eggs”” into the movie as possible. He did this to distract you from realizing how terrible the movie is
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The new Christopher Nolan movie Tenet is the the same length forward as it is backwards
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In The Son of Bigfoot (2017), The plot is about a kid who discovers that he is Bigfoot's offspring. This implies that some sane woman thought it was a good idea to fuck then marry Bigfoot. Thanks, I hate it.
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Hidden Detail: To find the age of any character in the office, take the first letter of their name, assign it a number, divide it by 7, and SHOVE IT UP YOUR BUTT!
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In Netflix's "The Devil All The Time", a narrating voice is used as a resource to explain what the characters are feeling and what just happened in the movie. This is a reference to how r/moviedetails user feel superior by having basic interpretation skills and posting it on Reddit.
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In Shaun of the Dead (2004) Ed mutters to Pete "Next time I see him, he's dead" before he appears as a zombie in his next scene. This isn't really a detail so much as it is obvious foreshadowing, but I figured I'd post it here anyway before someone on r/moviedetails embarrasses themself.
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In Rise Of Skywalker (2019), Dark Rey has bad teeth because she is British.
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In The Mummy (1999) the main antagonist was never mummified- but instead subjected to a ritual and buried alive, making it the most blatant case of fraudulent advertising since the film The Neverending Story (1985)
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