Indiana Jones tops 2008 blunder list

Movie Mistakes reveals its top 10 offenders

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull has topped Movie Mistakes' annual blunder list - containing a staggering 64 factual and continuity errors.

That means that Indy made an amazing 20 more mistakes than its nearest rival Mamma Mia!

The top ten runs as follows:

1. Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull: 64 mistakes

2. Mamma Mia!: 44 mistakes

3. The Dark Knight: 43 mistakes

4. Twilight: 41 mistakes

5. High School Musical 3: Senior Year: 41 mistakes

6. Journey to the Center of the Earth (2008): 31 mistakes

7. Quantum of Solace: 23 mistakes

8. Get Smart: 22 mistakes

9. Step Brothers: 22 mistakes

10. Iron Man: 21 mistakes

How many did you spot - and what were your favourite movie mistakes of the year?

[Source: Movie Mistakes]


    • Bulletproof_animal

      Dec 18th 2008, 16:17

      I DON'T CARE. Here's something that might shock you but THE DARK KNIGHT WOULD BE REALLY f*****g BORING WITHOUT HEATH LEDGER. CHRISTOPHER NOLAN IS s**t AT STORYTELLING. Ooh, sorry, am I thinking for myself? I'll try to be a braindead sheep in the future. I'll start listening to Radiohead, even though they're insincere and dull. I'll go around saying Citizen Kane is the greatest film ever made even though it's characters are dull and it's story completely uninteresting. Just kidding, Merry Christmas, Allah be with you, It's fun to share etc.

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    • ashley.russell

      Dec 18th 2008, 16:59

      The Dark Knight is amazing! it's almost amazing as listening to Radiohead's OK Computer album, whilst watching Citizen Kane with the sound off (Apparently they wrote that album to go with the film).

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    • alowe

      Dec 18th 2008, 17:51

      Can't believe no-one's brought down the satire sledgehammer and noted how Indiana Jones was one *big* mistake, etc...

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    • Mr Chives

      Dec 19th 2008, 22:46

      My favourite movie mistake of the year was Baz Luhrman's belief that Australia was anything but chintzy rubbish. Closely followed by Total Film's decision to put The Spirit on the cover twice, despite the fact that it was clearly a turkey of Popeye/Ishtar proportions.

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    • ashley.russell

      Dec 21st 2008, 17:08

      also how about TF's constant coverage of Twilight and giving it 3 stars because it's 'so bad that it's actually funny'. I went to see it and they were right about it being unintentionally funny, but it's a 1, maybe 2, star film at best. I wonder who's been paying them to hype it up constantly? I'm losing faith in TF.

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