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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More films are made about cars than any other mode of transport.
I used to love cars so much that I'd ever only watch
the final third of Planes, Trains And Automobiles.
But these days, I'm much more environmentally minded
and I think Hollywood should follow suit.
In The Italian Job, instead of Mini Coopers,
they should have foldaway bikes.
And I want to see The Fast And The Furious on Segways.
That said, would Ryan Gosling have looked as cool if,
instead of Drive, the film had been called Walk?
Insightful teen fun in Easy A, and Todd is driving Olive home.
But when we catch a glimpse of the speedometer,
we see that they're travelling at 0mph.
Something must be wrong with your car, mate.
Easy A? Better call the Easy AA, hmm?! Huh?!
In the straightforward Just Go With It, Jennifer Aniston
perfectly parks, silencing any chauvinists.
D'oh. Wait a minute.
What is that?
Turns out she's gone all over the lines. Birds, eh?
The slow but thoughtful Rabbit Hole now,
and Nicole's not wearing a seat belt.
-I don't want to move.
-I don't want another baby.
CAR HORN BLARES
Luckily, a seat belt appeared just in the nick of time.
A clunk-click clunker.
-What're you doing?
-I just had to check the cake.
Matthew McConaughey's such a successful lawyer
in the thrilling drama The Lincoln Lawyer,
that he's got a number plate that says NT GUILTY on it. Classy!
But in California, a licence plate can only have seven letters on it.
And NT GUILTY has eight.
Which makes it an illegal number plate, and very guilty indeed.
Oh, the irony!
He also has a chauffeur, which seems a bit poncey.
Surely he could drive himself?
Actually, the car can drive itself.
Yep, it was moving before he'd even started it.
Maybe his car is a distant cousin of Herbie.
When I heard that the downbeat drama Winter's Bone was a bit backward,
I thought that meant it was full of uneducated hillbilly types.
But no, it actually means it's backward,
as the reverse shot of this pick-up proves.
Warning - this vehicle is literally reversing.
Make sure your daddy knows the gravity of this deal.
In the unflinching crime movie The Town,
the bank robbers are forced to drive around the block
as they wait for their plan to fall into place.
But the second time they drive up the same road,
all of the parked cars are different.
How long did it take them to drive around the block?
Mind you, you know how bad traffic can get in Town.
And now another film's storyline flaws are reviewed and exposed
in Great Plot Hole Mistakes.
M Night Shyamalamadingdong's outlandish and far-fetched
2002 film Signs stars Mel Gibson
as a man who finds crop circles in his field which, it turns out,
is the work of ali-ons.
They've chosen to invade Earth for reasons that are mainly explained in crop circles,
which we can't understand.
Fortunately, the one substance able to destroy the ali-ons is water,
so they're fairly easily defeated. The End.
So what made the water-fearing ali-ons choose planet Earth, you might wonder?
-Just a minute, Lionel, did you say planet Earth?
But 71% of the earth's surface is water, which is lethal to us ali-ons.
What about Mars? That's nice and dry.
There hasn't been water on Mars for ages.
Yes, but where's the challenge in that? Come on.
Are you an ali-on or a mouse?
So, we go to one of the dry bits of Earth, like the Atacama desert?
No, we go to nice verdant farming country
and choose specifically the house of a family of water-filled humans
whose daughter has a strange obsession with water.
But we'll be wearing protective waterproof clothing, yes?
No, I thought we'd go naked.
Naked?! What if they spit at us?
I don't know about you, but when I'm crowing over puny humans,
I like to have my guys out, swinging in the breeze.
I'm worried this might be the worst idea you've ever had, Lionel.
No, that was instant mashed potato.
Out of all last year's films,
we think this next film had the moist mistakes.
Did I say moist?
Out of all of last year's films,
we think this next mistake had the most mistakes...
Out of all of last year's films, we think this nest film...
Out of all the films,
we think this next one had the most mistakes, of last year.
Out of all of last year's mistakes, this was the most.
Out of all of last year's films,
we think this next film had the most mistakes YES!
Sorry, without the yes.
And the film we found the most mistakes in this year
was the very underwhelming and disappointing
The Green Hornet remake.
Let's count them up!
Keep staring at the attractive lady lying in the bed,
as one minute she's all covered up,
then the duvet comes down and we see her bra!
Then it goes up...
and up and down for the rest of the scene.
Of course, I watched this clip several times
just to be sure of the mistake.
Two mistakes for the price of one in this car chase.
The offside headlight gets knocked out by The Hornet's car...
..but as the car flips over, it's all fixed again!
Then the car careers forwards,
but slams through the window backwards.
Proof indeed that two wrongs don't make a right...
They make a right clanger.
This is the greatest moment of my life.
She's completely un-nailable.
It's a terrible fact. I don't know what to do.
In this clip, Kato drives very straight
down a very straight road, but look how erratically he steers!
This film's proving to have more gaffs than a dodgy council estate...
And here's three more whoppers.
Watch this weapon as it disappears quicker than director
Michel Gondry's credibility.
But now just watch Mr Beach Ball sat proudly on his chair.
Ooh, now he's off...
Maybe he's trying to escape from this movie, I wouldn't blame him.
I mean, he may have a better offer.
There's probably a volleyball tournament he could be starring in.
That would be nice.
Oh, no, he's back.
Mr Beach Ball, I'd have a word with your agent.
You're better than this.
Get off my property!
In this scene, look at the tree in the background.
What are you doing up here? All the guys are waiting.
Popeye walks far past it... and now he's right next to it.
Maybe Mr Tree's after more screen time?
We'll never know.
The gas mask is clearly on Chudnofsky's forehead
as he fights Kato.
..or be it your blood, red will be the last colour...
Then, suddenly, it's entirely on his face...
I'd keep it on if I were you.
With nine solid goofs, this film's a bit of a stinker.
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Robert Webb shares 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 be confounded by a huge plank of wood appearing for no logical reason.