Top Movie Mistakes 2004

It’s that time of year when all kinds of “year end” lists come popping out. This one is kind of unique. The good folks over at FilmRot point us to this cool little site called where they chronicle… you guessed it… movie mistakes.

Every year I’m linked to their list of films that exceed in the art of the foul-up. The crown this year easily goes to Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban with an astounding 235 screw-ups compared to second place’s 65 discrepancies for Spider-Man 2. Quite a gap there Mr. Cuarón.

Holy crap! Thats a lot of foul ups! I still remember the first “mistake” I ever caught in a movie. It was Raiders of the Lost Ark. Indiana Jones’ ex-girlfriend was sitting in her Tibetan bar holding out a necklacce with the eye of Ra attatched to it. Then the camera shot switched to a different angle and suddenly she was still holding the necklace, but it wasn’t actually around her neck anymore. I love little things like that. But 235 of them?!?!

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