Transformers: The Last Knight
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Continuity mistake: When Anthony Hopkins is on the phone with John Turturro, an Autobot approaches the phone booth he is standing at to talk to him, and stands in front of the phone. A few seconds later, the Autobot starts to walk away by walking forwards. The shot cuts to Turturro telling the Autobot he'll be five minutes, and it has suddenly vanished from in front of the phone booth.

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Continuity mistake: When Anthony Hopkins is talking with the Prime Minister, he takes out a clock Autobot which he threatens to use on the guards. He is still holding the clock Autobot in his hands when he turns back to talk with the Prime Minister, but in the next shot, it has suddenly disappeared from his hand.

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Continuity mistake: When Bumblebee is driving through London there are suddenly a couple of shots from some American town, you can tell from the different street name sign styles. (01:28:35)

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Vivian Wembley: When all seems lost, a few brave souls can save everything we've ever known.

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Trivia: The dog that Anthony Hopkins is shown walking at his estate is played by a dog named Freya, a dog diagnosed with epilepsy who had been described as Britain's Loneliest Dog, after being cared for by an animal centre for six years, her entire life, and had been overlooked by 18,000 potential buyers.

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Question: Is this movie supposed to have floating mattes? This is killing me! It's constantly shifting aspect ratios throughout the entire movie.

Answer: The constantly shifting aspect ratios are due to the fact that Michael Bay shot the film with several different camera types. Most directors who use multiple types of camera find a way to hide the shifts a little better, but Bay appears to have been unconcerned with this issue. There are several scenes where the aspect ratio changes from shot to shot. The aspect ratio shifts were also present in the theatrical release, and were a major source of ridicule then, but they are arguably more noticeable on a smaller screen.

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