It’s kind of amazing how many movies make it to the big screen with obvious mistakes in them.
The Independent website put together a list of what it claims are the 29 worst. Here are 10 of them:
1. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (2019): Leonardo DiCaprio’s character takes a ride on a 747. But the movie is set in 1969, a year before those planes went into service. In ’69, he would have been on a 707.
2. “North by Northwest” (1959): At the Mount Rushmore cafeteria, you can see a kid cover his ears right BEFORE Eva Marie Saint fires a gun.
3. “Pulp Fiction” (1994): When John Travolta and Samuel L. Jackson get into a shootout with some kids in an apartment, there are bullet holes in the wall before a shot is fired.
4. “The Wizard of Oz” (1939): In the scene where the trees throw apples at Dorothy and the Scarecrow, Dorothy is wearing black shoes, not the ruby slippers.
5. “The Fast and the Furious” (2001): In the scene where Jesse and Tran race, Tran is wearing shirt with sleeves at first . . . but then it magically transforms into a tank top.
6. “Star Wars” (1977): As a group of stormtroopers enter a room, one of them bangs his head on the top of the doorway.
7. “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl” (2003): A crew member in a cowboy hat can be seen behind Johnny Depp on the ship.
8. “Braveheart” (1995): There’s a car visible in the background of a battle scene.
9. “Halloween” (1978): It’s supposed to be set in Illinois, but the cars have California license plates.
10. “Titanic” (1997): During the nude painting scene, Leonardo DiCaprio tells Kate Winslet to go over to the bed . . . then he says he meant the COUCH. That was a flub by Leo, but the director left it in because he thought it was funny.
(Check out the complete list here.)