KeyZOid

Other mistake: It doesn't look like a bomb exploded over Hero's left testicle - there should be obvious and major damage to the front of his pants (not just a small hole). (00:39:00 - 01:08:58)

KeyZOid

Other mistake: Hero drove his car through a line of armored men and crashed onto rocks along a cement wall. Two days later when he returned to his car with gasoline (where one of his bombs exploded by the car), there was smoke and dust blowing through the air all around yet views of his car showed it was perfectly clean - shiny black. (00:52:35)

KeyZOid

24th May 2022

Run & Gun (2022)

Stupidity: Ray and the other man in the bed of the Hangman's truck could have untied each other's hands while being transported to the hanging location but apparently did not even try. (00:00:47)

KeyZOid

24th May 2022

Vendetta (2022)

Plot hole: After William told the judge he could not identify the attacker at Kat's murder scene, the judge said, "Mr. Fetter, you are free to go. Case dismissed." The police officer who was assaulted by Danny and other officers should have been present and able to positively ID Danny. Even IF the murder charge could not stick, the other pending charges (assault, possession with intent to deliver, resisting arrest) could still be prosecuted/pled. There was no legitimate reason to let Danny go free. (00:11:10 - 00:11:47)

KeyZOid

24th May 2022

Vendetta (2022)

Other mistake: The plea deal with Danny (5 to 7 years in prison) seems inconsistent with Georgia's sentencing guidelines, recidivist law, and the State's reputation as being tough on repeat offenders. Danny was on parole, which means he was convicted of a felony. His new charges - including assaulting a police officer (an "aggravating circumstance") and possession with intent to deliver - could be enough to impose MAXIMUM sentences or mandatory minimums (10 years?) under sentencing enhancements.

KeyZOid

24th May 2022

Vendetta (2022)

Plot hole: The prosecuting attorney told William "this case [murder of Kat] is so paper thin the judge's probably gonna throw it out" but William could try to convince the D.A. to take it to trial. In addition to circumstantial evidence against Danny and his pending charges (resisting arrest, assault on a police officer, possession with intent to deliver, and parole violations), the random, unprovoked, senseless murder of a teenaged girl would be high profile - such cases are most likely to be prosecuted. (00:09:34 - 00:10:36)

KeyZOid

24th May 2022

Vendetta (2022)

Plot hole: It doesn't make sense for the prosecuting attorney to agree to accept a guilty plea from Danny for assaulting an officer, possession with intent to distribute, and resisting arrest with no accompanying guilty plea for at least a lesser-included offense of murder (such as voluntary manslaughter). A violent gang member committing an initiation murder while out on parole would be dealt with much more harshly, especially when the murder victim was a high-school-aged teenager and random victim. (00:09:34)

KeyZOid

23rd May 2022

Vendetta (2022)

Character mistake: The prosecuting attorney told William, "In the interests of getting this thug [Danny] off the streets as soon as possible, his attorney has agreed to plead guilty to assaulting an officer, possession with the intent to distribute, and resisting arrest, and that's all in addition to his parole violations. We're looking at five to seven [years in prison]." The parole violations alone are sufficient to get Danny off the streets immediately. (00:09:34)

KeyZOid

23rd May 2022

Vendetta (2022)

Stupidity: After Danny kills Kat on the sidewalk, he just stands there with Rory while the other gang members flee to their vehicles. William comes running out of the Mexican restaurant and Rory tells Danny, "We gotta go, brother. Now." Rory sees William and gets into the vehicle without getting Danny to go with him. The gang drives away with Rory watching out the window as William tackles and fights with Danny. Rory and the rest of the violent gang left behind someone who just passed the initiation. (00:07:10 - 00:07:40)

KeyZOid

22nd May 2022

Marry Me (2022)

Other mistake: Newscaster Hoda stated that Kat and Bastian would be making history when they exchanged vows "in front of the whole world, 20 million people." IF everyone worldwide watched, the figure would be over 7.8 BILLION. Justin told Collin that Kat and Bastian "have a social reach of over 200 MILLION people." Hoda might have meant 200 (not 20) million. (00:01:02 - 00:01:55)

KeyZOid

Trivia: Other than "Big Red" (and an odd shade at that), it isn't clear or specified what breed of dog Clifford is. Labrador seems to be the consensus, but the initial prototype reportedly was a Bloodhound and some assert Clifford is a Giant Vizsla.

KeyZOid

Deliberate mistake: Puppy Clifford engaged in a "tug-of-war" with a Rock Dove over a French fry and the Rock Dove WON, yanking away the French fry. Overlooking for the present purposes that the French fry did not even appear to be into animated Clifford's mouth, a Dove weighing maybe 13 ounces is no match for even a 5-pound puppy. Clifford probably weighed closer to 10-15. (00:10:40)

KeyZOid

Continuity mistake: The angle of the laptop on the kitchen table changed (and no-one was close enough to have moved it). The laptop was initially more evenly aligned with the edge of the (round) table. A little later, the laptop was not visible, but probably should have been. (00:04:09 - 00:04:44)

KeyZOid

20th May 2022

Dune (2021)

Continuity mistake: When Leto stood up after getting shocked, the location and image of the bloody handprint was different. The bloody handprint was more on the top of his sleeve than lapel, largely comprised of four vertical lines to depict the woman's fingers, and the palm print was less noticeable. (01:18:06)

KeyZOid

20th May 2022

Dune (2021)

Factual error: When the injured woman put her bloody right hand over Leto's left shoulder, her fingers were initially curved around his shoulder then slid down. The bloody handprint (too "neat") ended up being lower on his shirt/lapel than would be expected and there was no blood on top of his shoulder or smear downward, which would be impossible. (01:18:00)

KeyZOid

20th May 2022

Dune (2021)

Trivia: "Spice" - the most important and valuable substance - is produced by sandworm larvae; the substance produced by the larvae is called "melange."

KeyZOid

20th May 2022

Dune (2021)

Other mistake: It is questionable if there can be "sandstorms powerful enough to cut through metal." The year may be 10191 and "Arrakis" unknown to contemporary society, but the sandstorms would have to be at least comparable to the capabilities of modern day SAND BLASTERS that might do that type of damage operating at 1,000 MPH. IF the sand storms were that powerful, the people probably could not survive them. (00:05:50)

KeyZOid

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Suggested correction: It's just hyperbole, like when someone says, "The sleet was cutting like daggers." It's meant to emphasize how powerful and dangerous the sandstorms are, not that the sand could literally cut metal.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

That's not the impression I got. There would be too much of a gap between cutting skin/flesh from bones (already not very likely) to cutting through metal. Such an exaggeration would not be necessary.

KeyZOid

20th May 2022

Dune (2021)

Revealing mistake: When Paul and his father Leto are walking through the field between storage bins/sheds, the sheds are largely situated perpendicular to their path. After they stop walking, the angle of the shed behind them shifts to being roughly horizontal to their path. A front shot of Paul still shows a shed on the opposite side as being perpendicular. The background also changes to blurred, still images of dried grass (with no light breeze). (00:14:09 - 00:14:43)

KeyZOid

20th May 2022

Shattered (2022)

Other mistake: Chris whacked Sky with a tactical-type axe over her right shoulder. It isn't clear if the tip of the talon blade actually made contact behind her shoulder, but the straight part of the blade apparently severed the top of her shoulder and Sky had to forcefully pull it out. However, there was no initial blood splatter, barely any visible blood on her, and she was able to fight and swing the axe, raising her right arm above her head as if it had not been injured. (01:19:35 - 01:24:09)

KeyZOid

20th May 2022

Shattered (2022)

Other mistake: Sky is quite thin, but is able to stand in front of Chris in a wheelchair and kick him in the stomach, knocking him onto his back (still in the wheelchair). If the wheel brakes were applied, the wheelchair might have moved back a little from the force; if the brakes were not applied, the wheelchair would have most likely rolled back several feet. It is unlikely that Sky's kick was forceful enough or at the right angle to knock over Chris in the wheelchair like she did. (00:43:18)

KeyZOid

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