Monsters vs Aliens

Other mistake: There is a shot of a random newspaper blowing around in the middle of San Francisco. But the paper is from New York, with headlines about New York.

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Continuity mistake: The man running up to the door for the joke about having to have so many things scanned, shows separate scanners being used for his hand, both elbows, tongue, butt, etc. When he's running up to the door, it shows there is only one scanner. But there are multiple in the same spot as the door opens for him.

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Continuity mistake: Susan crushes a chair under her foot when she first meets the rest of the monsters. But moments later, the crushed chair by the table is gone, with two perfectly good chairs right next to it.

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Continuity mistake: It's shown in many scenes that the robot Gallaxar sends isn't particularly quick moving when it walks. But when it's chasing Ginormica around the city, even though Ginormica is sprinting away, it can catch her far more quickly than its speed would allow. It doesn't suddenly speed up - in the shots when the camera focuses on the robot again, you can still see it moving slowly.

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Trivia: The main characters are taken from other sci-fi movies. The Missing Link is meant to be The Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954); B.O.B. is meant to be The Blob (1958); Ginormica is based on Attack Of The 50 Foot Woman (1958); Dr. Cockroach is copied from The Fly (1958); and Insectosaurus is based on Mosura (1961).

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