Impossible to forget: seven movie bloopers in famous movies, which noticed not immediately. Photo
Mistakes in cinematography are quite common. Keeping track of all the processes on the set and not making a single mistake is, you'll agree, not an easy task. Moreover, some movie mistakes can be so insignificant that we notice them only after the hundredth viewing of our favorite movie. However, there are also absolutely stupid illogical mistakes that leave us with only one question: "What were the director and actors looking at?"
OBOZREVATEL offers to tell you about some of the movie gaffes in popular films that you might not have noticed before. By the way, these blunders are not always related to the technical component alone. The list also includes plot, historical, and other mistakes.
Everyone remembers the iconic scene with the packages from the beloved Christmas comedy about a boy who was left home alone. However, it is the scene that is associated with the movie's biggest movie gaffe. Let's move on to the scene in the supermarket, where Kevin puts a big red container of detergent in his shopping cart. When the protagonist's bags are torn outside, the viewer does not see this container. However, when Kevin is doing household chores, he still uses the detergent in the red container. In addition, you probably noticed how easily Macaulay Culkin's character carries his purchases. If even the bags could not withstand such a load, how did the little boy carry them home without much effort and tension in his hands?
"Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows"
There is a scene in this movie when Mary throws water (or other liquid) from her glass into Holmes' face. And here we can see an absolutely noticeable movie gaffe - at first, the hair of Robert Downey Jr.'s character remains dry, but just a few seconds later it suddenly becomes wet. In addition, the location of the streaks on Sherlock's face has changed. This scene was obviously not filmed from the first take.
"Spy Kids 2: The Island of Unfulfilled Hopes"
You don't have to be very attentive to notice the gaffe in this scene, but many people ignored it. So, at the beginning of the movie, we meet the adventurers Carmen and Junie at an amusement park. An employee of one of the rides warns that many people often get sick at high speed. Then he opens an umbrella, on which vomit "lands" in a second, as proof that visitors really do get sick. And now the question is: how could this happen if all the booths on the ride are completely covered by a glass dome? Here is the discrepancy.
"Beauty and the Beast"
The fairy tale about the beautiful Belle and the monster she managed to fall in love with was written in 1740. The movie takes place around the same time. In those days, girls were not allowed to walk the street without a headdress. However, throughout the movie, we see Emma Watson's character with her head uncovered, which is a serious historical gaffe.
"Twilight. The New Moon Saga"
It's hard to forget the fact that Edward Cullen's skin glows brightly in direct sunlight. This was repeatedly emphasized in the movie. However, the filmmakers overlooked an important nuance: the skin of the protagonist's sister, Alice Cullen, did not react to the sun at all and did not glow even on clear days.
"Alice in Wonderland"
The favorite movie fairy tale of adults and children alike has a lot of gaffes. One of them is the mysterious disappearance of the pendant. When Alice looks down before falling into the rabbit hole, she has a short chain with a stone around her neck, but in a few seconds the jewelry disappears. If you think it's because of Alice's size change, it's not - it happened before the magical modification.
The film's protagonist, botanist Mark Watney, discovers a Pathfinder spacecraft on Mars that hasn't functioned since 1997. The movie is set around 2035. That where the mistake is, the device has not worked for about forty years. Suddenly, a botanist, who supposedly has no knowledge in this field, successfully and very quickly connects modern wires to the old faulty device.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote about five cases when actors refused to blindly follow the script - and it caused a furor. For example, Robert Pattinson changed the mood of Edward Cullen in Twilight. Read more about these and other cases in our article.