I Promise You Won't Be Able To Unsee These Awkward Movie And TV Mistakes Once I Point Them Out To You

1.In Wednesday, the position of Garrett's dead body is different in different scenes.

circles around the body in different scene in different positions
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2.In Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, you can see a mic clearly on Agent Ross' collar as he's driving.

arrow pointing to the mic under the shirt collar
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3.In Amsterdam, Ed Begley Jr. holds a sheet to his butt to cover himself, despite playing a corpse.

Begley as a corpse holding the sheet against his body
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4.In Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, Miles' car is missing a back piece in a flashback. It's missing the same piece when it falls through the roof near the end of the film, despite having it earlier that night.

circle around the part thats missing in a different scene
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5.In this Inventing Anna scene, one of the photographers has the lens cap on his camera.

circle around the camera
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6.You can see part of the camera — and the person operating it — in the mirror in this Tenet scene.

closeup of the side mirror
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7.In New Girl, there's a scene where a minor character is speaking, then the camera cuts to Jess listening...except that same minor character is in the background.

arrow pointing to the same character in the background
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8.In the Season 3 finale of Stranger Things, you can pretty clearly tell that it's Mike's stunt double in one shot, and not Mike. Check out the dude's massively hairy legs.

closeup of the stunt double
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9.You can also pretty clearly tell it's a stunt double instead of Gloria Hendry in this Live and Let Die scene. It's actually a white man in blackface, according to Hendry herself.

the stunt double and an insert of gloria
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10.In Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi, Vader's light saber is coming out of the wrong handle — like, he's clearly holding the handle in the other hand.

arrow pointing to the lightsaber handle disconnected from the lightsaber
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11.In Independence Day, Jeff Goldblum accidentally knocks over a prop that clearly says "art department" on it.

barrel knocked over that says art dept
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12.In one scene from The Last of the Mohicans, you can see crew members in baseball hats.

circle around the crowd
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13.In one Goonies scene, Mikey calls Brandon "Josh." That's the name of the actor who plays Brandon — Josh Brolin.

the subtitles on the screen showing that he is being called josh
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14.You can actually spot Karl in the background of a Die Hard scene — just after he's been strangled by John.

karl in the background
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15.In an example akin to Kelly Rowland using Excel to send a text in the "Dilemma" music video, in School of Rock, an audience member "texts" someone simply using a blank document.

closeup of the phone screen with document 03 written in the corner
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16.The Rock goes between having a goatee and not having a goatee multiple times in Fast and Furious 6, even in scenes that take place close together.

the different scenes and hair
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17.The same happens to Nicolas Cage in Con Air — in fact, within the same scene:

the two different facial hair
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18.In an accidentally terrifying example, you can see the actor inside one of the turtles' suits in a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles scene.

closeup of the scene
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19.In a different scene, you can spot a crew member hiding.

arrow pointing to the hiding member
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20.In Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, there is clearly a cameraman in one of the shots.

circle around the cameraman
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21.There's a part in Zombieland: Double Tap where you can see the cameraman's finger on the screen.

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22.In the Breaking Bad pilot, you can clearly see the mic on Walt's back.

the mic showing through the shirt
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23.You can briefly see a camera dolly next to Queenan's body in this scene from The Departed.

corner of the dolly
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24.Jack held his phone upside-down in one Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan scene.

the phone upside down
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25.Haley did the same thing on Modern Family.

the upside down phone
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26.And in this scene from The Boys, you can pretty clearly tell Maeve's not on the phone — that's her home screen.

the scene
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27.You can spot the mic in this Boy Meets World scene.

arrow pointing to the mic
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28.It's much clearer in the video, but in this scene from Tombstone, you can see that it's only raining on Wyatt.

wyatt standing in the middle of the street
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29.And finally, in the title screen for Christmas Twister, the title is literally spelled wrong.

christams twister
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What's a movie or TV mistake you can't unsee? Let us know in the comments!