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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Awards - what are they good for?
Plumping up the already inflated egos of pampered performers.
Rewarding someone for doing a job they've already been paid
far too much money to do in the first place.
As if all performers have a pathetic obsession with recognition.
Awards are a complete sham, a massive waste of time
and, as I stated very loudly at this year's Annual Clip Show Awards,
I'm not interested in stupid awards and, yes, we have been passed over
yet again and, yes, I may have been removed by security
for causing a scene, but there is no way that
Animal Foul Ups deserved to win again.
Speaking of awards, here are some Oscar-nominated clips.
..I offer you the satisfaction...
Inception - where strange things happen almost without explanation.
That's not the way I deal with things.
Maybe that's how you justify the rain on the window behind Saito.
But there's no rain on DiCaprio.
And the continuity editor is thrown off the building
for one too many errors.
-What will you do with him?
You'd have thought working on Inception would be a dream job.
Now a maths lesson from revealing biopic The Social Network.
Facebook's run by some of the greatest business minds in the world.
So, these numbers will be meticulously crunched.
Let's listen to how their business is divided up.
That represents a 34.4% ownership share.
So, Eduardo owns 34.4%.
-You should know that Mark has already taken his percentage from 60 down to 51.
Zuckerberg owns 51%.
Who else is in?
Dustin Moskovitz owns 6.81%,
Sean Parker 6.47% and Peter Thiel 7%.
Total - 105%!
Would you like to use my pen?
Would you like to use my calculator?
Ooh, the brutal and uncompromising Black Swan now
and check out Natalie Portman's scarf.
Did she kill a white swan to make it?
Anyway, she's about to step through a magical door.
Why is it a magical door?
Because as she steps through it, her scarf's no longer round her neck.
-It's like a very low rent Mr Benn.
The Fighter is so full of clangers, it makes me want to hurt someone.
Not Marky Mark obviously, he's a bit tough.
And not Bale, the lunatic!
But Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots would help vent my frustrations.
It's good, Dick. I'm just trying to figure out what's best for me.
Where have they gone? I wasn't going to break them.
I'm sorry, I don't know who you are or why you're talking.
Oh, back now. Well, if you're going to be like that, I don't want them.
We're together. Do we need to do this again? Hi, I'm Charlene.
In the emotional King's Speech,
the Monarch struggles with a speech impediment.
However, his missus, Queen Bonham Carter, has her own struggles.
Her veil keeps moving on its own accord.
First it's down.
Then it's up.
Well, we need to have your hubby pop by.
Tuesday would be good.
Then it's down.
They should make a film of that - The Queen's Manic Depressive Veil.
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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.