Movie making is an art, not a science. It is nearly impossible to create a perfect film. As with any art form, there are thousands of subjective decisions that add up to create one cinematic experience.
Whether with factual inaccuracies in films about real-life events, continuity errors, or accidentally capturing a crew member’s equipment on screen, there are tons of small details that can only be avoided by the most meticulous of filmmakers. While many of these common mistakes are small and don’t distract from the overall experience of the film, there are some that appear glaringly obvious once seen.
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