Episode 7 Great Movie Mistakes


Episode 7

Matthew Crosby, Ben Clark and Tom Parry from comedy group Pappy's expose all the hapless continuity errors, awful anachronisms and gaping plot holes from Hollywood in 2013.


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-Popcorn.

-Check.

-Nachos.

-Check.

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-Beers.

-Check.

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Dimmable lighting.

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Checkmate.

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-Wow, guys, this movie night is shaping up beautifully.

-Movie night?

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-No, these are our supplies for when the apocalypse happens.

-Really?

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With these provisions your heart would last about a week.

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Eh, think you'll find it's sustained us for the last six years.

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It's a medical miracle. Technically, we should have TRIabetes.

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-Oh, which reminds me - M&M's.

-Peanut and chocolate. Checkety-check-check.

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Well, it's lucky your apocalypse provisions dovetail

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so nicely with my idea for a perfect movie night.

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So, let's get cracking with our first batch of faulty movie moments.

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-The brain segment of the frontal lobe...

-It's Pacific Rim!

-Fantastic.

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Guillermo del Toro's exciting and spectacular monster film is

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-surprising enjoyable, but it's not without a clanger or two.

-Go on...

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-Check out that headpiece that Newton's wearing.

-I see her.

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See it now?

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Fastened round his neck without him touching it.

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Shockingly unrealistic.

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Unlike that giant, floating Kaiju brain, which is bang-on.

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One...

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Great, it's Star Trek Into Darkness.

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Star Trek Into Awesomeness, more like.

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Kirk's drowning his sorrows, but check out his glass.

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The futuristic orb of ice is drowned in whisky.

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But now? Where's the whisky gone?!

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-Teleported somewhere?

-No wonder he's upset.

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Take one of the greatest

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works of literature ever,

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get Baz Luhrmann to make an

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awesome film of it starring

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Leonardo DiCaprio, and what do you get?

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-Romeo + Juliet.

-Absolutely.

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Sadly, The Great Gatsby wasn't half as good,

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but hats off for their hard efforts.

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Hats off indeed. But wait. Hats on here...

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Oh, and the car they're overtaking vanishes.

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Hats all, folks.

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Watch out!

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Cliched and clunky White House Down shows there inevitably comes

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a time when any President is required to fire

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a missile launcher out of the side of his limousine.

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If this whole concept wasn't mistake enough,

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check out Channing Tatum's arm.

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As Jamie Foxx strikes him on the head,

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we see either some marks for editing, or a really terrible tattoo.

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..hit me in the head with a rocket while I'm trying to drive!

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World War Z now, but you won't be catching any Zs

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if you watch this hard-edged neo-zombie action thriller.

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It's great.

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But listen to Dr Fassbach making a basic medical error.

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-The analogy I keep coming back to is Spanish Flu.

-Spanish Flu?

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It didn't exist in 1918, but by 1920, it killed 3% of the world.

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Didn't exist in 1918? I think you'll find it broke out in 1918, mate, huh!

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-And that's your lot.

-See you soon for some more...

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ALL: Great Movie Mistakes!

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Matthew Crosby, Ben Clark and Tom Parry from comedy group Pappy's expose all the hapless continuity errors, awful anachronisms and gaping plot holes from Hollywood in 2013.