Hoyte van Hoytema to look after cinematography
Describes process of choosing which version of character to adapt
Star signs on for Skull Island
The Goof: When Leon (Jean Reno) helps Mathilde (Natalie Portman) escape from the SWAT team, he shoots at a vent in order to escape. But depending on which shot we’re looking at, the bullet holes change places.How Noticeable Is It: Not that noticeable if you’re caught up in the urgency of the scene.
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Jan 28th 2013, 9:05
Many here are minor goofs, happening in lots of movies (like R. Pastorellis vest appearing/dissapearing in "Eraser")...wouldn't call them the "worst". A classic goof I missed here is in the great guilty-pleasure "Commando". The yellow crashed Porsche is unharmed after putting it back on wheels.
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Jan 28th 2013, 9:06
I'd hardly consider so many blink and you'll miss it continuity errors in 50 Worst Goofs list. Is the one in Bridesmaids really worthy of such infamy? Still some cool, fun picks.
Jan 28th 2013, 10:09
I don't mind goofs especially as I'm normally to engrossed in the movie. The only times I get taken out of the experience is when I can clearly see the stunt double or when people get out of bed with perfect hair and no "kitty" breath.
Jan 28th 2013, 11:07
no 'glen or glenda'? the entire crew is visable in the reflection of a shop window.
Jan 28th 2013, 12:21
i love Marco in die hard. He dies so hard, he dies at least twice. The ending of Star Trek VI also baffles, with the gas equipment gubbins suddenly being on Enterprise even though it was Excelsior that was doing that, as Sulu explained at the start.
Also, everything in Die Hard 2 is a goof. Fundamental disregard of how everything works including fuel, hand grenades, blank bullets, gravity, radios, telephones, tasers, snow... Lorenzos rank keeps changing for pitys sake. Black bad guy picks things up with white arm...i'm starting to consider it a comedy.
Jan 28th 2013, 12:32
The scene in Robocop where he's chucking Clarence through plate glass in the cocaine factory and one of the windows shatters before he goes through it is one of my favourites.
Jan 28th 2013, 13:01
There's a obvious one in 'Rock of Ages' where the main young guy is singing with his guitar on stage. One shot he is playing it right handed and straight cuts to him playing left handed, it's so obvious!!
Jan 28th 2013, 13:07
Meh!, interesting enough, but i bit more insight needed really. Isnt this just reading stuff off IMDB. Lazy Research!
Jan 28th 2013, 14:07
How about the magic shoulder from Beverley Hills Cop????
Jan 28th 2013, 14:49
Van Helsing. An empty stagecoach explodes. EXPLODES. Its made of wood!
Jan 28th 2013, 14:50
GREASE: Joan Blondell turns the lights off at the diner by attempting to elbow the light switch. She completely misses, but the lights turn off anyway.
Jan 28th 2013, 14:54
Isn't there a famous Ben Hur goof with a car in the background of a charoit scene?
Jan 28th 2013, 19:55
Thanks for the f*****g spoiler warning on American History x.
Jan 29th 2013, 12:52
Look closer Hadouken. When Dracula's bride opens the door it's packed with dynamite and stakes. Also, a lot of minor goofs, like Tuco's noose-necklace, can be explained simply. The camera isn't trained on him for every single second so who's to say the character hasn't readjusted things to be more comfortable?
Jan 29th 2013, 14:06
Some of those minor continuity errors are hardly worthy of the list, although a big one in The Two Towers which really ruins it for me is where Pippin, right before he gets "trampled" outside Fangorn, has hands bound then suddenly unbound, p**ses me off everytime.
Jan 29th 2013, 14:55
There are others that belong in this list instead. Star Trek II: Wrath of Khan - The bloody handprint of Peter Preston on Kirk's uniform keeps changing position. JFK - Joe Pesci's wig keeps moving shot to shot. Empire Strikes Back - The Falcon lands inside a space worm, inside an asteroid, in space, and yet they can walk around outide without space suits on! I don't care what Galaxy you're from, a vacuum is a vacuum!
Jan 30th 2013, 1:30
great list. i would have to add the boy at the end of back to the future 3 pointing to his p***s!! you can never unsee it!!
Jan 31st 2013, 22:40
the word petty came to my mind while reading this list, if these are the worst gofs in movie history, they ant done bad have they?
Feb 1st 2013, 8:33
Really? You're watching that same scene in Jurassic Park not noticing the fact that the T-Rex den is ground-level at the start of the T-Rex attack only for it to turn into some 100 foot drop at the end of the scene, and you're complaining about the missing goat leg? A massive drop that would not only lead one to assume that the goat was standing on the tree tops this whole time but should have also prevented the T-Rex from actually being able to break out of the den to attack the characters? 'Cause I'd say that's a pretty major goof, considering I don't even pay attention to stuff like that, unless it's pretty damn noticeable :-/
Feb 3rd 2013, 18:46
I do think that The X-Men "Goof" is not really a goof. the shot takes over and everyone including the President is back from a trance. Even Mr. President looks down a little surprised at the new Blue Folder. I noticed it right away and thought it was just a piece of Documentation that the X-team left for the President to read.
Feb 3rd 2013, 18:50
But as for Jurassic Park, the sinking T-Rex Pit is the most famous error, but I have personally always wondered how the Triceratops left such HUMONGOUS piles of S*#t everywhere....Do they jump when they do their business???
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