Sometimes, it’s good to play the same character in a series. You are familiar with the outfits, the director and everything. In this case, we aren’t sure why this blooper even exists. After all, Orlando Bloom is the same person in both movies, and therefore all of the details about his appearance should stay the same… Right?
Oh no, it is true. Even one of the best movies of all time is prone to all sorts of bloopers and silly mishaps. During one of the best scenes in the movie, featuring Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta, there is one tasty mistake that eagle-eyed fans spotted in the background. If you look really closely, you’ll see there are bullet holes in the wall.
Considering they hadn’t yet been shot at by the young men they’d gone to visit, it doesn’t make sense for there to be any bullet holes there. Quentin Tarantino isn’t the kind of guy to make continuity errors like this, so we wonder if there is a story behind it all? Maybe they had already come face to face with some other adversaries before the suited duo turned up.
This was one of the hardest roles of Tom Hanks’ career. First, he had to gain weight and shave off his beard. During the filming of the movie, he had to lose the weight and not shave for weeks. There’s a reason why this 2000 movie was nominated for two Oscar awards and won 15 other awards!
In some of the scenes, he is able to survive off of items from FedEx cardboard boxes. This wouldn’t be possible, as cardboard isn’t waterproof and it can’t exist in water. Especially not for that period of time! Instead, the cardboard would have disintegrated and Tom Hanks would have been left with a load of soggy boxes. However, it also would have made for a very short film, so we kind of let them off for this one.
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Why, you ask? The reason for this is his incredible eye for detail. He has been called a perfectionist many times and he will happily keep reshooting scenes until he is 100% sure that he has got them exactly how he wants them.
It can drive some people mad and some others love him because of this. However, he may have wanted to keep a closer eye on whoever was behind the creation of this newspaper headline in The Gotham Times. It seems as though someone remembered the rule of “i before e, except after c,” but forgot there are plenty of exceptions to this rule. It’s spelled heist!
Obviously, this move is brilliant enough to be able to win so many awards, despite all the bloopers. This one isn’t a visual one, it’s more of a historical blunder. Is it any worse than using a gas canister in a chariot race? We don’t think so, but it’s one that the history buffs picked up on nonetheless.
Russell Crowe plays a character called the Spaniard. This is cool and all, but the name simply doesn’t exist in ancient Rome. It was invented by a Frenchman, 1200 years later. So, either they’ve e or that he’s a time traveler. We’d love to see a mish-mash of Back to the Future and Gladiator if we’re completely honest. How cool would that be?!
We’ve reached the romantic comedy to end all romantic comedies. It’s an adorable movie featuring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere. The story of a working woman being taken in by a richer man is excellent and the acting is awesome. Then why is it on this list?