Corrected entry: In the beginning of the film when the fake pizza man and bad guys come in. There are about 10 guys that come in with suitcases. Near the end, there's only about 4 or 5 bad guys.
20th Mar 2006
2nd Jan 2006
Corrected entry: The insurance man states the life insurance benefit is "$400,000" and several times it is mentioned as "$400,000". The check that Jeremiah Mercer cashes (deposits) is for $405,000.
5th Nov 2002
Corrected entry: When Lecter is in the hospital stealing the autopsy equpiment, he closes the door after a man walks through rolling a corpse. Most people probably didn't notice or realise, but when he closed the door, he was actually locking the man in the freezer - that is why the orange light began to flash, as an alarm. The man would have frozen or sufficated soon if not retrieved. Just another murder or at the very least attempted murder of Lecter's that went unnoticed. (01:28:42)
27th Nov 2004
29th Jun 2004
25th Nov 2004
Corrected entry: Michael Moore shows a clip of CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin saying that if ballots had been recounted in Florida after the 2000 presidential vote, "under every scenario Gore won the election." What Moore doesn't show is that a six-month study in 2001 by news organizations including The New York Times, the Washington Post and CNN found just the opposite. Even if the Supreme Court had not stopped a statewide recount, or if a more limited recount of four heavily Democratic counties had taken place, Bush still would have won Florida and the election.
8th Nov 2004
Corrected entry: As the gangster hands Michael a pistol to try in the basement he tells him that the grip and trigger has a special tape that latent prints can not be lifted from. There is no such tape.
30th Aug 2003
Corrected entry: In one scene McCaleb goes to the ATM machine, spots a security camera and finds a bearded man standing right behind him. Once he figures out that the bearded man was in fact the killer, why didn't McCaleb go to the bank and check the security tape that must have been filming the whole sequence (in search for clues etc)?
27th Aug 2001
Corrected entry: In the beginning, Marlon Brando looks outside his window when they bring the wedding cake in. On the left side in the crowd there is Sonny, who is supposed to be in the room with the Godfather. You can identify him by the white flower in his lapel and by his bride sister who walks up to him from behind. (00:23:50)
26th Oct 2004
Corrected entry: When dealing with the binary liquid bombs you always see two equal volume containers with both containers completely full. As stated near the beginning of the movie the red liquid pumps into the clear in order to mix. If both tanks are full, how is there any volume left to pump in the other chemical in order to mix it? At least one of the tanks would need to be half full in order for there to be room to pump in the second chemical.
6th Jan 2004
Corrected entry: When Batman is in his plane and stealing the Joker's balloons, he flicks 3 switches to close the claw around the cables. If you look closely, you can see that the red light next to these switches is labelled "volume" - not really anything to do with the claw; and more to do with his stereo.
14th Mar 2002
Corrected entry: Right at the start of the film when the family are being mugged, you see the crook knock the father out with his gun but when he hits the man, he drops the gun and his hand goes out of shot. When he lifts his hand up to point it at the women the gun is back in his hand. This is much easier to see if you watch it in slow motion. (00:01:40)
27th Aug 2001
Corrected entry: In the end of the movie, in the church scene, the "wind of evil" blows down all the benches like dominoes. In the next second, they're all back in an upright position again.
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