In “Nine Lives”(2016) Kevin Spacey plays a man who switches bodies with a cat. At the time people thought this was the worst thing he’d ever done.
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In Game of Thrones finale, the main character takes revenge on his enemy who double-crossed him. He also settles affair with his family and prepares for his death, bringing everything into a satisfying conclusion. This is a subtle nod to the fact that I was watching Breaking Bad finale instead.
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In 2019s Avengers: Endgame, Thanos balances his helmet on his sword, this is a subtle nod to the fact that Thanos is really good at balancing things.
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In Avengers : Infinity War, the character of Hawkeye does not appear. This is an homage to The Seven Samurai, where the character of Hawkeye also does not appear.
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In “X-MEN DAYS OF FUTURE PAST” the security guards use plastic guns because they are concerned with the environment and the plastic guns will be easily recycled.
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In Spider-Man 2 (2004), Pizza Parker says "Peter time". This is a subtle nod to the fact that I have dyslexia.
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It’s amazing that the filmed this years ago when Paul Rudd was just a baby and kept it a secret for so long!!
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In Game of Thrones’ final season, the showrunners accidentally left a full Wendy’s family feast in one shot, it was removed in post production using CGI
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In Metal Gear Solid 2 (2001), Solid Snake (in disguise) says the line “Who Dares, Wins.” This is a subtle nod to the fact that I am posting it on r/shittymoviedetails despite the fact that it is a video game, therefore I am daring and I will win.
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In Doctor Strange (2016), the Ancient One wears a hood to hide her forehead. This is a forced shadowing
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they’re running out of movie details
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On this poster for The Train Never Comes (2016), there are no actors' names. This is a subtle nod to the fact that that film doesn't exist, and this is just a picture I pulled off google images.
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In Shrek (2001) there are multiple scenes that feature the character of Shrek, such as this one here.
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In Spider-Man (2002) Toby Maguire plays Peter Parker. One might take a glance at Toby Maguire and automatically assume he's a bit pudgy and out of shape, but as this scene shows, he was actually pretty yoked. This is a subtle bod.
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In John Wick 3, John Wick wears an all black suit. This was an intentional nod to the original character design for John Wick from fortnite, the game the movie was based on. The director went on to include subtle nods to the games intense gun play and lack of meaningful story or dialogue.
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Alien (1979) was marketed using the tag line “In space, no one can hear you scream.” This was a clever reference to the little known scientific fact that space is really far away so the people there can’t hear us no matter how loud we are.
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After the credits of Avengers: Infinity War, there is this phrase "Thanos will return". This is foreshadowing Thanos' reappearance in Avengers: Endgame which was released one year afterwards.
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In "John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum", Sofia (Halle Berry) asks John (Keanu Reeves) if he's a dog person. This is a subtle nod towards John preferring cats.
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In Toy Story (1995), Etch A Sketch draws a noose while Mr. Potato Head points at Woody. This is a reference to the fact that Woody is a western-style sherif and most likely hanged criminals in his show, Woody’s Roundup
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In the Dark Crystal (1982), a Skesi drains the essence of a Podling. This is a subtle nod to the fact that this scene scarred me for life.
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In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, you can see a security camera at the top left hand corner in the frame. This is in reference to the fact that there are modern security cameras in 1969.
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To save money in Alladin (2019), instead of using CGI to make Will Smith blue, they just put him in a big fridge until he was so cold his skin turned blue.
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In Game of Thrones, S7E1, there is a scene with a soldier, played by Ed Sheeran. Ed Sheeran is a famous singer from England. He also sings in that scene.
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In “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2” Mantis is not allowed to pilot any of the ships because some even in space some stereotypes are true.
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In Avengers: Endgame (2019), the Mark 85 which Robert Downey Jr, who plays Tony Stark under his alias Iron Man is a reference to Back To The Future (1985), which both movies are about time travel and mating with their parents.
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In spiderman 3 when sandman is pressed up against the train he gets broken down
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Most people don't know "Home Alone" was originally going to be dark comedy, until the producers stepped in and decided a family friendlier version would do better at the box office. I wish I could have scene this version.
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Bots will take this post down anyways
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In Spider-Man 3 (2007) you can see Sandman's face fly off when his head is pressed up against the train.
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