Early versions of Cats had better CGI.
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In Inception (2010) director, Christopher Nolan accidentally stopped filming a few seconds to early. This was a mistake that went unnoticed and now the audience can't see it fall over... It's gonna fall over... right?... RIGHT?!
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In "The Sixth Sense" (1999), M. Night Shyamalan used red to indicate moments of significance. This was to indicate that a significant amount of his future films would also end up in the red.
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In Avengers Infinity War, Thor makes a mistake by not aiming for the head. This is a reference to the person reading this, who is also a mistake
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In the ever popular series, Star Wars, many of the planets surfaces look like places on earth. This is because God is a huge Star Wars fan and used the movies as inspiration.
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In 300(2006) the movie is about Spartans or something. This makes the movie a lie because it is not 2 action packed hours of facts about the number 300.
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Avengers: Infinity War (2018) is the prequel to the hit HBO TV show, The Leftovers (2014-2017).
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In The Wolf of Wall Street (2013), Jordan Belfort says "Give them to me young [...]". This is a coy reference to the fact that Leo DiCaprio only dates women under 25.
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Fun fact- Spiderman: Far from home [2019] is the only Spider-Man movie with Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal in a daytime final battle scene
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If Spider-Man: Far From Home [2019] took place in real life, I’d have a great view of the final battle from my office.
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In Scary Movie (2000), Bobby mistakenly believed Ray was gay because they "made love". This is because Ray forgot the golden rule and didn't say No Homo.
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In Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, the staff at the cinema kiosk do not recognize Sharon Tate when she tries to get into a movie for free. That is because she is actually Margot Robbie and not Sharon Tate.
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In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Happy Hogan and Aunt May have a thing for each other. That’s because Tony Stark is dead.
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In X-Men (2000) Magneto and Professor X embrace in a kiss. This is a reference to when Sir Ian McKellen proposed then kissed Sir Patrick Stewart in 2020. Wait what am I watching?
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In Cars (2006), Chick Hicks has "won" the Piston Cup even though everyone is angry at what he did to The King. This is an accurate metaphor/reference to when Indian music channel T-Series surpassed 100 million subscribers on YouTube and everyone hated it.
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In A Bugs Life (1998), you can see Kevin Spacey character getting eaten out by baby birds because he likes them young
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The golden lady in Goldfinger(1964) was based on Micheal Scarn’s arch nemesis Golden Face from Threat Level Midnight.
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Not many people know it, but Taiki Waititi is an ass man. It was subtly confirmed by Taika himself during an interview with Entertainment Weekly - in which when asked "Ass or Tits" he replied, "Why titty?"
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In Can't Hardly Wait (1998), William became an outcast in school after years of insisting he was kidnapped by Captain Hook over Christmas break
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In Netflix's "Los Dos Papas" (2019) there isn't actually any mention of two potatoes. This is a reference to how shitty Google Translate can be.
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Keanu Reeves was passed over for the role of Atticus Finch in "To Kill A Mockingbird" because he was negative 2 years old at the time.
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Contrary to popular belief the upside down exclamation point on the incredibles’ outfits is actually an “i” referencing the title of the movie.
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In Wayne's World (1992), Wayne repeatedly looks into the camera because it's his world and we're all living in it.
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In Doctor Strange (2016), Doctor Strange can be seen defeating his enemy, an apple. This is because an apple a day keeps the doctor away.
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In 'Star Wars: The Phantom Manace' Anakin says that no one can kill a jedi because he is stupid idiot boy
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In Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Ariel is able to talk to animals. This is because as a mermaid, she herself is an animal and therefor an abomination in God’s eyes. Eric, you’re a sinner for sleeping with a fish!
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Not many people realize, but the volleyball from Top Gun has had quite the career! In fact, the Top Gun scene was his break-out role that allowed him to score such a large part in the movie Castaway (repost b/c I messed up the title)
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In the serie Game of thrones, a Starbucks cup can be seen this is a foreshadowing to the fact Starbucks paid for that it was easy advertising that wasn't an accident at all you shitheads
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In a conscious decision from the filmmakers to defy genre conventions, the movie Cats (2019) does not contain any jumpscares.
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In Mr Bean’s Holiday (2007), Bean travels to Spooky Island where he removes the souls of teenagers and possess their bodies to form a cult that is out to murder a dog
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