Corrected entry: In the opening shot, Dorothy is kneeling on the road to comfort Toto. As she stands up, you can see that she has three wet spots on her dress-front. When she arrives in the farmyard, the spots are gone.
28th Dec 2005
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14th Jul 2005
Corrected entry: In the scene where Cher & Christian are in the mall shopping, Christian pulls a leather jacket out of a shopping bag. He holds it up and asks: "James Dean or Jason Priestly?". Just then he hears Ty screaming in fear, as she is being held over the railing by two hooligans. Christian then throws down his jacket to go help Ty. After the incident, when they are all leaving the mall, Cher goes over to pick up their bag of purchases. She picks up Christian's bag, which now has the leather jacket back inside. But he didn't have time to put it back in the bag during the commotion.
13th Jul 2005
Corrected entry: In the scene where Cruise and the neighbours run into their back gardens to watch the storm, Cruise comments that it is unusual that the wind is blowing towards the storm. The eye of the storm is an area of low pressure, which means that the wind would naturally blow towards it, in order to equalise the atmospheric pressure.
19th Mar 2005
Corrected entry: At one point during the scenes where the mother is communicating with Carol Anne through the TV, the investigator asks her where Carol Anne was playing when she disappeared. The mother replies "In her bedroom closet." Carol Anne wasn't playing in her bedroom closet - she was in bed.
13th Jun 2005
Corrected entry: Moe says there hasn't been a woman in the bar since 1979, implying that the bar has been around for at least a couple decades. But in a later episode, a flashback shows that Moe's grand opening was nine months before Bart was born. And we all know Bart is 10.
25th Jun 2005
9th Jun 2005
Corrected entry: When the horse Phillipe comes back, Belle is on a grass covered hill far away from the house. When she takes the machine off of Phillipe, the machine is still in the cart and the brown cover is on. Later in the film, when Belle and Maurice are stuck in the cover, Chip sees this machine and it is much closer to the house, the grass on the field is gone, the machine is out of the cart and the cover is no longer there.
30th May 2005
Corrected entry: In addition to the already mentioned comments about the fact that Swank's character could have refused the ventilator, no Doctor would have amputated her leg without her consent.
27th May 2005
Corrected entry: How did the villagers know where to find the Beast's castle? They are obviously not aware of it when Belle tells them about it, and Belle and Maurice are the only people who do know and they are locked up in a cellar. Also, it obviously takes about a day's traveling, as seen when Maurice and Belle come, but they are able to make the journey in about an hour, even though they also have to take the time to chop down and carry a tree.
24th May 2005
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23rd Apr 2005
Corrected entry: This movie does not seem to be set at a particular time. The family watch Dick Van Dyke on TV, seemingly indicating that the film is set in the late 60's. However, at the beginning of the movie, Daniel is doing the voice-over for a very Looney Tunes type of cartoon, implying that this movie is set in the 50's. Then at Chris's party, the music they are playing is of the 90's era.
11th Apr 2005
Corrected entry: When Napoleon is on a lunch break from his "job," he's eating a sandwich and less than 3 seconds/two shots later he has a glass of the "egg juice." There is no way he would be able to grab a glass, pour the drink, and get back where he was standing that quickly.
9th May 2002
27th Aug 2003
Corrected entry: Three times in the movie there are clear shots at a clock to show us a particular timing. The first two come when Annie has a vision about the girl who was killed, and the last one is when she sees who the murderer is. The first two times we see the clock, it shows 06.28 but the third and the last time, the clock shows a completely different timing. It is more around 1 o'clock than half past six. This is very strange as the timing plays somewhat a big role in the movie.
29th Mar 2005
Corrected entry: In the scene where Ariel is watching the people on the ship Ariel says to Scuttle "Not that one, the one playing the snarfblat." (Snarfblat is a pipe) the person that Ariel would be talking about (Eric) doesn't have a snarfblat, and even if she was talking about Grimsby (who does have a pipe later on in the movie) who at that point in time he doesn't have one ether.
2nd Mar 2005
Corrected entry: Locke had been in the wheelchair for 4 years, then miraculously, he is able to walk again after the plane crash. After 4 years in the wheelchair, his leg muscles would have deteriorated so badly, his legs would not have been able to even support his own weight, let alone walk or jog.
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