Mistakes in cinema and rental titles
Plot hole: After the car is destroyed, Gru is knocked unconscious and Dru enters Balthazar Bratt's robot to destroy the robot's core from the inside. Once Gru wakes up, Balthazar attempts to kill him with the robot's laser and Dru destroys the core causing the robot to collapse. Gru then yells out "Dru!" and runs over to the wreckage of the robot to try and find him. The problem with this is that since Gru was knocked unconscious before Dru entered the robot, and Gru knew nothing of Dru's plan to disable the robot's core, there is no way for him to know that Dru was inside the robot.
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New this month Revealing mistake: During the opening trap, at one point one of the five "Bucket Heads" starts banging on the wall behind them. If you look very closely, you can see the set-wall waver slightly as it's struck, revealing it's not really a concrete wall. (And it's not supposed to be the doorway that is later revealed during the final twist. It's a separate section of wall).
New this week Plot hole: Spoiler: At the end of the film, Clark Kent gets his old home back, and he's shown walking the streets of Metropolis. It's one thing for Superman, an alien to "come back from the dead", but Clark Kent had an obituary, funeral and a tombstone. How is his resurrection explained away?
New this month Continuity mistake: Poirot is reading A Tale of Two Cities, at a table with a cup of coffee. Johnny Depp comes over and puts some cake down. Shortly afterwards a jug and a glass of water appear on the table from nowhere and remain there for the rest of the scene.
New this week Continuity mistake: At the beginning of this film, Paddington is shown living with two adult bears. The Explorer gives them their names, and introduces them to marmalade sandwiches. In Paddington 2, the bears are shown on a bridge, eating marmalade sandwiches and referring to each other by name before they see the little bear on the log, who is young Paddington.
Factual error: The ferry splits in half down the middle...enough so the water is flooding in dramatically as the split grows. There is no possible way that the two halves of the ferry could have remained afloat like that. It would have sunk immediately. Then, as Iron Man "welds" the two halves back together, the ferry is afloat at the same waterline as before the incident...certainly not feasible with all the water it took on.
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