Robert Webb exposes more of the cinematic gaffes that the film studios hoped they had got away with in films such as Avatar, Shutter Island, The Karate Kid and Star Trek.
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Hello and welcome to Great Movie Mistakes 2.
Even more goofs, gaffes, mess-ups and blunders
that Hollywood's brightest thought we wouldn't notice.
Wrong! Guess they weren't counting on our crack team of... noticers.
They've pored over literally hours of film footage to compile
another classic collection of cinematic clunkers.
On tonight's show:
Now, Martin Scorsese's Shutter Island. Shutter Island?
They should shut down the whole film, there are so many gaffes!
In this movie thriller, nothing is what it seems.
Is this an asylum? Are you crazy?
Am I crazy? I most certainly am!
Crazy about all the mistakes we've been able to find.
I'm going to go and put on a straitjacket and get my medication
from Nursey while you watch these unhinged clangers.
It's the boat over to Shutter Island,
a prison for the criminally insane!
Four people died.
It was the smoke that got them, not the fire.
Perhaps a quick cigarette to calm the nerves. There it goes.
Hang on, pop it in again.
Maybe I AM the one going insane.
-A little more prone to seasickness.
-You all right, boss?
-In that case, you're right.
-Watch the glass in Leo's hand.
Swallow it down, Leo.
When I said swallow, I meant the pill, not the glass as well.
And one more time.
Glass, no glass. Crazy!
There's no way we can cross those rocks.
Here, Mark Ruffalo ruffles around in his pocket for a bit of paper.
But in the next shot, he's ruffling around all over again.
Talk about building your part up, Ruffalo.
Which they said repeatedly doesn't exist!
I'm getting to that lighthouse.
I don't know what this ugly fella's in prison for.
He's certainly able to move his hands without us noticing.
They're on the top bar...
-..then the bottom bar.
-But you're wrong, you're wrong.
Really? Been alone much since you got here?
-Back on that bar...
-I've been with my partner.
..back on his head.
Leo's got Max von Sydow up against a wall.
What are you going to do, kill me?
But look at this reverse shot.
Why is the syringe further away? Where's the wall?
Why is Leo looking up at him in the right shot,
but looking down at a shorter man on the left?
For what? Hm?
From the back, it looks more like Bruce Forsyth than Max von Sydow.
Good game, good game.
Come in out of the rain, lads.
And now for the greatest mystery of Shutter Island,
the legend of Ruffalo's disappearing coat.
Where's it gone?
Let's see it again.
He takes it off. And it's gone.
I'll have nightmares for weeks.
Let's talk wardrobe malfunctions.
And no, I don't mean getting to number 30 on your IKEA instructions
to find you're missing two screws and an Allen key. I hate you, IKEA.
I'm talking about costume.
Marlon Brando supposedly performed without trousers
to stop directors filming his big belly.
Demi Moore famously performed topless
to ensure directors would film her at all.
But where would we be without costume?
Naked, and no-one wants to see me naked. Apparently.
What we do want to see are these terrible costume-based clangers.
Nobody walks down a street like Brad Pitt,
and no-one can make their suit jacket vanish like him, either.
Now you see it, now you don't. That's just the Pitts.
I missed the part about where my office is.
If you want to be a successful lawyer,
you've got to accessorise properly,
right down to elbow-length gloves and a dog in a hat.
Then I am going to need a glue gun, some pinking shears...
Reese Witherspoon takes her gloves off, and...
-Ooh, they're back on again.
Even the dog spotted this gaffe.
Here's Johnny Depp about to be executed
for crimes against continuity.
Keep your eye on the hat ribbon.
The axe man moves it...
As long as I can get at your neck.
..and then it's back on the neck again.
-I'm right behind you.
-Off with his head!
Ben Stiller is getting all dressed up
for his first Night at the Museum, but where's his tie?
Just wanted to say good luck, son.
And goodbye. We're clocking out for the last time.
Oh, there it is. Never mind.
Wait, you guys are going out of town?
-Hello, David. I mean, Sir.
Now, which tie should Hugh Grant wear to meet EastEnders' Tiffany?
The one with the big spots...
I'm so sorry, Sir.
..or the one with the tiny spots?
D'you know, I don't care.
Please, line up on the beach.
Keep your eyes on the girl in the green dress.
Men on one line...
There she is, taking off her shoes.
But in the next scene, they're back on.
Oi, love! Take 'em off!
Remove your mask.
Ooh, not you.
In Shallow Hal, Gwyneth Paltrow plays a fatty
who Jack Black sees as a fitty. Look at her shoes.
High heels, right?
Dang it! Rosemary, don't move.
Is your back all right?
-Is she all right? What happened here?
Yeah. Listen, you got to get some decent chairs in here, man.
-Do me a favour...
-Just moments later,
fatty Gwyneth's shoes are completely different and flat,
just like Jack would be if she sat on him.
If you took all the women you two have gone out with,
put 'em together, they wouldn't equal one of her.
We're not arguing that!
Pierce Brosnan's furious. No wonder,
he doesn't know whether to button up his jacket or not.
Now it's open...
Good God, you toss that word around...
..and now it's done up.
You wouldn't catch Bond making this kind of sartorial gaffe.
Quentin Tarantino is one of the greatest directors of his generation.
He's also a very naughty boy. By calling his last film Inglourious Basterds,
he thought his misspelling would allow him to get away with using a swearword. What a dockhead.
The film follows the adventures of a group of Nazi-hunters.
Well, Nazi hunters, our mistake hunters are after you.
But just because our hunters are hunting Nazi-hunters,
it doesn't mean we're on the same side as the Nazis. OK? They're not.
This film is filled with the kind of mistakes
that make you want to track down those responsible
and carve the word "numpty" into their forehead.
Sergeant Hugo Stiglitz.
Heard of him?
Everybody in the German army's heard of Hugo Stiglitz.
Let's start with the scene where we find out about a Nazi turned good guy who goes by the name of....
Well, you can probably read it for yourself.
And here's a newspaper article all about the Nazis he's meant to have killed.
On the top row here, there are six photos.
Go ahead and count them.
Hugo Stiglitz is a celebrity among German soldiers.
But in this close-up there are actually seven photos across.
Which is it, Hugo, six or seven?
You will answer me!
Keep an eye on Colonel Landa's cigarette in this clip.
He's just lit it.
Already, there's ash hanging off.
Hmm. Tension mounting.
Doesn't even take a single drag.
But seconds later, he puts it out in his apfel strudel.
And suddenly it's burned down to a stub.
Leading lady Shosanna puts on heavy lipstick
for an evening of Nazi bothering.
But hang on, in this shot, she's hardly wearing any lipstick.
And there's no big, red mark on the wine glass.
No, it's all right, lipstick's back again. As you were.
I've been chewed out before.
It's the end of the film with everyone making a break for freedom.
Heard that deal you made with the brass.
But something else is trying to make a run for it and that's Brad Pitt's tie.
-First you can see both sides...
-I'd make that deal.
-I don't blame you.
Then one side has made a run for it.
And that pretty little nest you've feathered for yourself. Well, if you're willing to barbecue
the whole high command, I suppose that's worth certain considerations.
Don't worry, it'll be back.
But I do have one question.
Yeah, who's in charge of continuity here?
It's notoriously difficult to act whilst eating. If you ask me,
I can't see what the fuss is about.
I... I can't...
I don't envy movie stars for their flashy houses, fast cars and beautiful girlfriends.
What I do envy is them having drinks that never seem to end, as these clips show.
Here's a classic food and drink gaffe from the film Duel.
Drink it. Drink it.
Yeah, drink it, all of it.
Drink all of it.
There you go.
Hang on, the glass is completely full again!
What if I called the local police?
They can't help you.
Ray Winstone is drinking with Mel Gibson. Always a dangerous pastime.
See how he leaves a good swig at the bottom of his glass.
But in the wide, it's completely empty!
I think Mel finished it.
You should always keep an eye on your drink at a party, as this clip from American Pie demonstrates...
You're really beautiful.
..because the young lady's clear cup suddenly turns into a blue plastic cup.
And it's back again.
I wouldn't drink that if I was you.
God, I'm so nervous. I don't know why!
Here's a film I will never be able to unwatch, Bride Wars.
Keep an eye on the champagne glass.
It's transformed into a make-up compact.
..the pressure we put on brides...
And now it's champagne again.
Do you know, I could do with a drink after watching that gaffe.
Or some make-up.
-I mean, you've handled some pretty rough customers, huh?
-Yeah, I have.
Watch the table in front of taxi driver Travis Bickle.
Just a cup of coffee, right?
Wrong. There's an entirely magically appearing burger there as well.
Hey, Travis, I'm talking to you.
I said I'm talking to... Oh, let's move on.
Josh Brolin here as US President George W Bush.
You know I got tasters in the kitchen?
He's so busy he can't even eat his lunch without running the country at the same time.
Quick bite or two to keep his stamina up...
We got 200 million Americans dead on our hands.
But this must be a self-replenishing sandwich,
because, moments later, both halves are intact again.
Because I'm more worried now than I was on 9/11.
It's your car! Your insurance should pay for it.
Movie classic Back To The Future.
Keep your eye on the sweet jar next to Marty McFly. It's full to the brim with candy.
I haven't yet, but I figured since they weren't due till...
But, just moments later, it's half-empty.
Still, it's a welcome distraction from him trying to cop off with his mother.
The only impossible mission in this clip
is trying to keep track of Ving Rhames' pint glass.
It bounces from his hand
to the table...
Why don't you come back with me?
I just don't know why I'd be doing it.
..and back to his hand again.
Americans really can't handle their beer.
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Robert Webb and his army of movie geeks have uncovered hundreds of jaw-dropping clangers and gaffes in Hollywood's biggest blockbusters. Robert casts his eye over new movie releases as well as respected cinema classics, pointing out the howlers directors didn't want you to notice, and laughs at them.
Featuring appalling instances of continuity errors, historical inaccuracies, crew appearing on camera, booms dropping into shot, and even Oscar winners messing things up on a regular basis.
Films include Avatar, Shutter Island, The Karate Kid, Transformers, Kick Ass, Robin Hood, the James Bond series and Star Trek.