Andreas Winnberg

31st Jan 2009

Mr. Bean (1989)

Goodnight, Mr. Bean - S1-E18

Corrected entry: In the hospital scene, when Mr. Bean is trying to steal a better queue number, he notices the old sleeping man with number 24 which happens to be next up. However, since the old man is showing the number for the camera and pointing it away from Mr. Bean, he would not be able to see it. The number on queue notes are not printed on both sides.

Andreas Winnberg

Correction: While the numbers aren't printed on both side, the paper is thin enough and the printing dark enough to be seen from the backside, albeit reversed. This is noticeable in the scene as well. Even if this wasn't the case, Mr. Bean may have just been attempting to steal a ticket from a sleeping man.

Bishop73

Corrected entry: When Bourne has broken into the office in Madrid, there is a shot of two surveillance camera monitors. As the armed men arrive in their car, the surveillance camera follows their movement and zoom both in and out, despite no-one being around to operate them. The camera actions are more complicated than simple motion-tracking software. (00:36:45)

Andreas Winnberg

Correction: Most security cameras can be controlled by remote.

Phixius Premium member

Corrected entry: When Brian arrives to Race wars, two big security guys stop him and one says, "Welcome to Race wars." His lips are not in sync with the audio as the audio is about a second too early. (01:07:10)

Andreas Winnberg

Correction: The words are not out of sync - I just watched this part 3 times to make sure.

Ssiscool Premium member

Corrected entry: When Ace is escaping from the robotic rhino, he has just managed to get his arms out, but in the next shot his arms are back inside the rhino again and only his face is sticking out.

Andreas Winnberg

Correction: The shot changes from Ace inside the rhino to the family on the safari truck. Ace was trying to get out, and would have had plenty of time in those few short seconds to pull his arms back in and try and push his face through.

Scrappy

Corrected entry: When Padmé just has landed on the volcanic planet and is about to get off the ship, she is wearing a green/grey costume and no trousers. When she arrives at the platform she wears the same costume but also a grey pair of trousers.

Andreas Winnberg

Correction: Padme is always wearing trousers. They are fitted and so are not always easy to see as separate from skin.

22nd Oct 2004

Super Size Me (2004)

Corrected entry: During the interview with Marion Nestle, PhD and Chair of nutrition and food studies, she claims that a calorie is the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one liter of water one degree Celsius. That is a very common mistake. She is talking about a kilocalorie (kcal) which is a thousand calories. One calorie is the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree Celsius. That is 4.1868 joule of energy. (01:03:20)

Andreas Winnberg

Correction: Actually, the submission is the common mistake: A calorie (small c) is the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of a gram of water one degree Celsius. A Calorie (capital c) is the amount of energy needed to raise the temperature of a liter of water one degree. A Calorie (capital c) and a kilocalorie are the same thing, and when we're referring to food, we're just about ALWAYS talking about Calories (even though, in common usage, we don't capitalize it). I know it's confusing, but a quick Google search of "what is a calorie" will verify this correction.

K.C. Sierra

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