Corrected entry: When Captain America found the shield, he was told it was a one-of-a-kind. However, Tony Stark found it in one of his labs and used it to prop something up in one of the Iron Man movies. How can it be in his lab and also encased in ice?
20th Aug 2011
1st Dec 2010
Corrected entry: Considering the sports almanac contains 50 years of statistics in all major sports, it is very small and thin, about the size of a magazine. This would work if it only contained major sporting event results (super bowl, world series) but obviously it doesn't. It has results from horse races in small towns like Hill Valley listed and regular season college football scores. The font size of the printing in the book would literally have to be microscopic in order to contain all the info it does. Even college football alone, listing just Division 1 teams, would require several hundred pages.
20th Sep 2010
Corrected entry: Alice travels to Alaska in search for "Arcadia" and finds a deserted Island and lots of deserted planes. She stumbles upon Claire with a Umbrella device attached to her chest. When she is first found, Claire's face is dirty and her hair are all messed up. But when they leave on the plane together Claire's face is clean again and it looks like she also washed her hair. It looks like she had the time to take a shower before they left. Where did she have the possibility and time to do that on a deserted Island?
13th Jun 2010
11th May 2010
Corrected entry: Shortly after Jake woke up in the spaceship going to Pandora, he opened a locker with his name on it, yet it was marked "Sully T." instead of "Sully J."
20th Aug 2009
Corrected entry: During this episode, Trey refers twice to a certain portion of his anatomy as his 'John Thomas'. Interestingly enough, John Thomas is also the Director of Photography for 'Sex and the city'. Is this really just a coincidence? (00:07:45 - 00:19:25)
14th Aug 2009
Corrected entry: In the second X-men movie Logan is shot to the head by a police with a normal gun. It penetrate his skull and he falls to the ground. Later the bullet grows out from his head. In Wolverine the only way to penetrate his skull is by an adamantium bullet. Which is a obvious error. How could he be immune against regular bullets in wolverine but not in X-men. It's pretty obvious it makes no sense. They had to do it that way to make the story work so Logan could loose his memory. Thou he should have lost his memory even in X-men 2.
16th Jul 2009
Corrected entry: If you look closely at the bottle of scotch Mr Scott is holding, you can see the word Whisky written on it. As it happens that is the Irish way of spelling the word, the Scottish spell it Whiskey. Since he states it is scotch, i.e. Scottish Whiskey it should be spelt the Scottish way. (00:42:45)
3rd May 2009
18th Feb 2009
Corrected entry: The spider-crab parasites that come off of the monster are shown to be entirely killable even with a rudimentary club, yet they originate by falling from the monster's body from a height of many stories above the ground. They would splatter and die on impact.
20th Aug 2008
23rd Jan 2008
Corrected entry: The opening of the movie states that the video was found on an SD card, but throughout the movie they mention it's a tape in the camera. The over-written "flashbacks" would not be possible on an SD card - only tape, meaning the introduction is inaccurate.
14th Jan 2008
30th Sep 2007
Corrected entry: Towards the end before Alice goes in the Umbrella Corp, and the convoy that is left goes into the helicopter they are going to try and go to Alaska. There is no way the a helicopter that is in Las Vegas could make to Alaska in a helicopter, even with a full tank of fuel they could even come close to making it there. If the convoy couldn't find regular gas where do they think they will find helicopter fuel?
2nd Oct 2007
Corrected entry: The American Umbrella Corporation's main entrance is protected by just a mere wire fence and stands only by a few feet, yet for some unknown reason the numerous zombies are unable to climb over it. However, in the Las Vegas scene they obviously had no trouble climbing the much taller Eiffel tower which is a much more daunting task for something of limited motor capabilities.
25th Nov 2006
Corrected entry: Robert Angier's real surname is Caldlow, but he's married publicly to his wife Julia under his surname of Angier. Later on in the film after Julia's death, when Angier meets up with Cutter and Cutter explains why he can't get any work, Cutter says that nobody wants to hire the man "who killed Julia MacMillan on stage". Wouldn't she have been Julia Angier at that point?
27th Sep 2006
9th Sep 2006
Corrected entry: When the passengers are in a blind panic getting away from the snakes, the stairs break so they block the hole using the inflatable boat. Later on when the plane has landed, everyone walks down the same flight of stairs - which are perfectly intact.
14th May 2006
24th Jul 2005
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