/18 Huge Errors In Movies And Shows That Im Shocked No One Caught

18 Huge Errors In Movies And Shows That Im Shocked No One Caught

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When they used a white stunt double for a black actor in Bratz: The Movie.

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When Lara Jean had a necklace on that magically disappeared in To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.

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And when Megan Fox’s character’s pants were suddenly gone in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows.

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When Emmett Brown was only spelled with one “T” when Marty found his name in the phonebook in Back to the Future.

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When A Christmas Prince took place in New York, but they used a shot of Chicago in the opening sequence.

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When Sonic’s ear was in front of the car window instead of behind it in Sonic the Hedgehog.

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When John B went from having one button done to multiple buttons done in Outer Banks.

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When the handwriting on Lara Jean and Peter’s contract changed drastically in To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.

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When Maui had a tattoo of Te Kā before they even met in Moana.

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When they were supposed to be accessing a website on the internet in The Ring, but you could clearly see it was an HTML file.

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When Black Widow looked the completely wrong way in Avengers: Age of Ultron.

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When a tree trunk mysteriously moved in the middle of a Walking Dead scene.

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When Captain America’s shield was broken in one shot, but fixed in a later shot in Avengers: Endgame.

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When the water line behind the window changed in the scene where Jack was handcuffed in The Titanic.

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When Rick closed the door on Goomby in Rick and Morty, but the hinges were outside the door.

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When Brad Pitt’s dog, Brandy, was supposed to be a girl in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but you could see a penis in this shot.

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In Bone Tomahawk when David Arquette’s teeth were brown in one shot, then white a few seconds later.

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And when you could literally see the cameraman in this scene from High School Musical.

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