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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There are a lot of things that are just wrong about Hollywood.
Why do the actors get paid so much?
Why does Jennifer Aniston make so many dodgy rom-coms?
And why, Mel Gibson, why?
But we're here to right some movie wrongs, or at least point them out and be sarcastic about them.
Get Him To The Greek now, and we join the party in full swing.
With Russell Brand, some sexy girls,
Puff Diddy Daddy Combs and something on fire.
-Sergio's gone crazy!
-I love this game!
And note the night-time cityscape in the windows.
A real night to remember.
I don't think so!
Only when they get outside it's not night at all,
it's the middle of the day.
Exactly how long is that walk from the room to the exit?
Look carefully at this clip from Ronin.
Someone's spying on some tough guys from a window through a camera.
But the next camera shot is clearly from someone standing
right in front of them on the street. Very undercover.
Here's a newspaper that clearly says it's from the year 1980.
But hold the press, what's this?
A web address in 1980?
The World Wide Web didn't exist until the 1990s.
Ah, legs crossed left over right, the classic relaxation position.
-I will never become an Omega...
-I mean, right over left.
That's it, right over left.
Left over right?
Right over left?
I cannot keep up with the Joneses.
This isn't about me selling my products,
I have to ensure my unit is selling their products.
There's that guy Mulder, from The X Files,
with some paranormal activity.
Keep an eye on his arm. It's up by his head.
Separate bedrooms perhaps?
You're not a great salesman.
Touching his ear.
Touching the table. Spooky.
Harry Potter's full of all kinds of magical nonsense.
That's it, all I need's a bit of luck.
He's got an invisibility cloak, but in this scene he's also got invisibility glasses.
Look, no lenses.
It's a miracle.
In Final Destination we see a young lady striking a tiny match
that suddenly becomes absolutely massive.
You could say... the match doesn't match.
Look, it's all completely chicken soup.
-It's kosher. MECHANICAL WHIRRING
Lock Stock may have Two Smoking Barrels, but in this scene there's one massive clunker.
-I need some artillery, too.
-The fruit machine sounds like it's working.
This is London, not the Lebanon.
But no reels move at any point.
Oi, Guy Ritchie, back up the apples and pears and sort your movie out.
I don't like you.
Dustin Hoffman about to reveal a revolutionary new product.
Shaving foam that shaves for you.
Leave on for a bit during a dramatic scene.
Wipe foam off...
and you're clean-shaven.
Mrs Robinson, get that boy to the Dragon's Den.
PHONE RINGS Pick it up.
A dark, atmospheric thriller from the Coen brothers and what could be more creepy than a haunted phone?
-It's still ringing after she picks it up.
Let's see that again.
Oh, hi, it's Robert from Movie Mistakes.
I'd like my money back, please.
Fans of Star Trek prefer to be called Trekkers, because the term "Trekkie" is deemed offensive.
A bit like "tragic, lonely geek-face".
Some fans have even gone to the trouble of learning the entire language of Klingon.
To those people I say, "Brak nik toff jah bak mak,"
which doesn't mean anything as I've got better things to do with my life.
As it happens, Bones McCoy was a nickname of a kid I went to school with,
after he was caught in an uncompromising situation with a bag of crinkle-cut crisps.
Stand by for some hi-tech, high-action sky-diving
from the recent Star Trek reboot.
We can see the order of the sky-divers on the display screen.
Red first, then blue, then yellow.
Distance to target, 5,000 metres.
When we see them outside, they're in a completely different order.
Blue, yellow, red.
Obviously, the guy in red dies horribly, as required by Star Trek law.
Don't people ever learn?
Here's Nero, the villain, throttling some poor bloke.
But, looking at his missing right ear tip,
I'd guess he's already been in a fight, possibly with Mike Tyson.
-But now it's his left ear that's all chewed up.
-And his right ear is all pointy.
You leave that Spock alone, it's not his fault.
-Stop the ship.
-Kirk, how the hell did you get on board the Enterprise?
Here's Uhura standing right by her man, Mr Spock.
Only, in this shot, she's standing quite far away.
Some old-school Trek now,
back when they knew how to dress for every occasion.
Falling to your certain death, only a black outfit will do.
Being saved just before certain death, maybe a blue top would be more suitable.
I suspect his trousers are brown though.
Some people complained that William Shatner's acting was a bit wooden, like a puppet.
Well, I think that's a bit unfair. He's nothing like a puppet.
You know, with strings attached, holding him up in the air.
Or people just off-screen pushing him about, controlling his every move during fight scenes.
No, nothing like a puppet.
Ambassador, with this next movie mistake you are really spoiling us.
Spare me your human platitudes, Kirk.
Look at the display of guns on the wall.
Your son meant more to me than you can know.
And now look.
Can you spot the difference?
Yes, of course you can!
Ah, there's the moustachioed Scotty, standing behind Kirk,
his right-hand man there to comfort him in his time of need.
This death takes place in the shadow of new life.
The sunrise of a new world.
A world that our beloved comrade gave his life to protect and nourish.
Hang on, where's Scotty?
-Who's playing those blooming bagpipes? Oh, Scotty's back.
Turns out he CAN change the laws of physics.
Keep an eye on the injured actor in this scene from The Wrath Of Khan.
He's making the most of his big moment by dying not once...
Let's see that again.
and then decides to close his eyes.
Talk about overplaying your part.
More vintage Star Trek now. Look at that lovely jumper.
But it's the whales we're looking for here.
There they are. Big remote-controlled whales.
How do we know they're remote-controlled?
Because that's the special-effects diver releasing them.
I feel cheated. Next you'll be telling me there's no such thing as transparent aluminium.
Look at the big Klingon spaceship
casting a huge shadow over the fishing boat.
It's no good just turning the boat around, you won't get away from it that easily. Or will you?
Well, the shadow's gone.
That must mean the spaceship has too. Yay!
Oh, no, there it is.
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.