Robert Webb reveals his favourite bits from the hit movies of recent times - the mistakes. From astonishing continuity foul-ups to factual blunders, he has them all.
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I always thought that box office number ones
were what the staff at the multiplex did when they had too many fizzy drinks.
But it turns out I was just wrong about that.
Anyway, the mistakes you're about to see are all from movies
which raked in the most money
and were Top Of The Pops in the week of their release.
Rumours that Fast Five only got there through charging £250 a ticket are unsubstantiated.
It's the mawkish Due Date, and Robert Downey Jr's looking cool.
Peter... OK, listen.
He's even got those light-sensitive sunglasses.
Though this scene must have been filmed on a very changeable day,
as his glasses go from very dark to...
-I just didn't want to go...
Proof that the director also needed specs.
We say a "deathly HELLO" to Harry Potter and chums
in this lively scene where they're transported from a fiery tent...
to the safety of... oncoming traffic.
But look again.
Harry's is on Hermione's left, and Ron on her right.
But when they reappear, it's the other way round.
In this gory scene from the disappointing Little Fockers,
Ben Stiller slices straight through his finger,
making Bobby De Niro Bloody De Niro.
THEY ALL SCREAM
But there's blood on the right side of his face,
when earlier it was all over his left.
That's not just blood on your face, Bobby. There's egg on it too.
A clever scene from Transformers
with real footage of President Nixon on the TV.
And they've carefully recreated the set to match it.
However, was it too much of a push to get a lamp?
It's here but not here.
No, that would've been a giant leap too far.
Fast paced sci-fi thrills in Limitless,
and for a man with no limits,
Bradley Cooper really struggles with the little things.
Like sitting down on a chair properly.
Oh, come on, don't cry. Look, the chair's back up again!
You can have another go!
My mother always used to say,
"Never fly-kick a man with a massive hammer in the face."
Sadly, Milla's mum didn't, which is bad news,
because this man is going to hit Milla with the massive hammer.
However, it's not all bad,
because at least he hit her into a nice, soft bouncy wall.
See? Every hammer has a silver lining.
Now, this girl's in pursuit.
She slides underneath, shooting him as she goes.
Look, that hammer's going to land on her!
Phew. Saved by a continuity error.
MC Hammer snuffs it, and she's not even there.
Adrenalin-pumping Fast Five now, and when robbing a bank,
attention to detail really counts.
Here the safe's unlocked with a right-hand print.
Young Mia then goes to extreme measures,
grabbing his print on her bikini.
But it's the left hand.
That shouldn't work, then. Caught you red-handed AND red-faced!
-So did he just slap that
-or did he grab and hold on to it?
Robert Webb is back with more silver screen slip-ups from recent hit movies. Robert exposes shocking gaffes from the Hollywood blockbusters, box office number ones, Oscar-nominated masterpieces and the biggest flops. He reveals continuity blunders, terrible anachronisms, physical mishaps, members of crew sneaking into shot, factual errors, visual effects goofs and even moments when an entire film's plot falls apart. You will believe a superhero can bash his head, be beguiled by a man making a desperate call on an upside down phone and confounded by a huge plank of wood appearing for no logical reason.