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Factual error: At the beginning 'researchers' are working on the 60th parallel in the province of nunavut. Nunavut is not a province; it is a Canadian territory. They appear to be working in the winter. At the 60th parallel, the winter would be almost dark and the sun would never be that high in the sky. Given that sun, it would be summer. In the summer, you would not have that snow cover.

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Continuity mistake: After John's tracking device is removed there is blood on the back of his T-shirt. The amount of blood varies from when he gets on the boat until he gets to the underground shelter.

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Factual error: The movie shows a 'jet' aircraft belonging to 'consolidated airlines'. The so called airplane is a laugh. It has two jet engines attached to the horizontal stabilizers. The landing gear appear to be bolted to the wings. During the movie this plane crashes and the engines are moved to a terminal to be examined. They are too small to be real engines. During the course of examining the engines, they are run inside the terminal building. One of the investigators stands 10 feet behind the jet intake and is not sucked inside. The cockpit is not even close to what one would find in a jet airplane.

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6th May 2019

Meteor (1979)

Factual error: We're given to believe that the mission control in NYC is under the AT&T building on Thomas Street. The scene showing the destruction in Manhattan does not go south enough to have had any impact on this building, and the subway tunnels used to escape after mission control is damaged are nowhere near the Hudson river. The illusion given by the movie is that water sloshes up against the tunnel walls.

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4th May 2019

Meteor (1979)

Factual error: All movies make the same mistake when depicting nuclear explosions in a vacuum. You get a large fireball which would melt but not destroy the asteroid. Pressure waves are generated only in an atmosphere.

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4th Apr 2019

Passengers (2016)

Factual error: When Jim is in the exhaust tunnel and Aurora is trying to 'vent' the reactor, as the 'flames' reach him, he should be incinerated within seconds. The heat output of the reactor should be over 10,000° F.

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15th Mar 2019

Life (2017)

Factual error: When the probe from Mars crashes into the space station, it's probably doing 17,000 mph or even more, which would completely demolish whatever is in its path. It's not believable that some 'arm' could stop it.

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Continuity mistake: When Cal and Joe run the experiment after Cal has just returned from the lab, Joe goes from having no glasses to suddenly having them on. (00:08:50)

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13th Jul 2017

World War Z (2013)

Continuity mistake: When Brad Pitt is changing the dressing for the female Israeli soldier on the Belarus plane, the man in the seat next to her appears, disappears and re-appears.

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