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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For a shoot to be successful,
including those behind the camera, have to be at the top of their game.
and must never lose concentration.
if the focus puller loses focus
then there will be a loss of focus because the focus puller lost focus.
That's not a great example,
Everyone has an important job to do,
Argh! What the hell?! I asked for a soy latte with an extra shot!
Here are some absolute clangers that happened purely because
Standing there crying isn't going to bring me the right coffee, is it?
Relentless action in The Tourist,
imaginatively orders a croissant.
But, zut alors! She's actually
She's set fire to her menu!
and a handcuffed Johnny Depp is determined to earn his title
Look, he's going water skiing.
as if he's not handcuffed at all.
Agent Denise, Clifton Ward.
But sadly, as this is The Dilemma,
we have to watch Vince Vaughan
But look closely and you see that the Chicago Blackhawks
are in different kit to the live game they were just playing.
have arranged an intervention.
They think he has a drink problem.
Your family and friends are here because they love you, Ronald,
and they can't stand to see you
Look! Next time we see his hands,
I wanted to say really quick that...
Sure-fire comedy hit Bridesmaids,
and Annie's tipsy and making a toast. That's never good.
and speak into the champagne flute
Oh, it seems Annie was having the same thought. They've swapped over.
All right, let's see what's next.
Take a look at Megan's right hand.
She should never have to work again.
In the exhausting action-packed
archaeologist Dr Indiana Jones is approached by army intelligence.
They tell him that Hitler's obsession with the occult has led him to seek the Ark of the Covenant,
containing the wrath of God.
In our version, Indy says, "Listen,
"I've been chased by a massive ball.
the garden's been neglected
"and this hat needs dry-cleaning. I might give this one a miss."
"But the Ark of the Covenant,
"It won't make much difference
So while Indy stays at home
the Nazis get the Ark undisturbed,
all the way back to Berlin,
where a triumphant Fuhrer pops the lid in front of his evil acolytes.
"Oh, goody!" And it melts his stupid
is historically out of place.
Like a computer in Robin Hood
in The Importance Of Being Earnest,
or those trainers on a cameraman who lives in the year 2011!
Don't look like that, Paul.
Come on! Don't be like that.
Think of the good times we've had.
Look at this block of flats in the powerful true-life flick
so far ahead of their time,
and can watch reruns of programmes that haven't yet been made.
Here's a Ronnie Barker lookalike, denying that his factory workers
are members of a troublesome
'Do you know what we're dealing with?
Workers Revolutionary Party,
'Revolutionary Communist BLEEP Party.
'Who's she with?' We don't actually think she's with anyone, sir.
We actually don't even think
A shame that this film's set in 1969. Not so hip, Daddy-o.
for some squabbling ladies.
But ignore them and look at the 2011 vehicle inspection sticker
in his buddy's car windscreen.
young Andy plays a drum kit
Well, no, it certainly wasn't.
rummaging about in a lady's drawers.
What are you doing with it?
Apparently looking for a gun permit.
Something that's not needed
Hmm, a likely story. I think he just wants to fondle her pants.
Now Casey's giving us his life
But look, here's a modern USPS truck
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.