Despite the substantial budgets allocated for film production, achieving perfection is a tall order. Even the most acclaimed films, with teams of experts working tirelessly, can have their share of bloopers. In this article, we explore some of these cinematic errors that have likely left someone red-faced upon their discovery.
1. The Vanishing Girl in 'X-Men: Apocalypse'
In 'X-Men: Apocalypse,' a peculiar error occurs around the 86-second mark.
A little girl in pajamas is present in one shot but vanishes just two seconds later. This abrupt disappearance in a continuous scene is an oversight hard to miss.
2. Batman's Impeccable Cleanliness
Realistically, running through a dust cloud would leave anyone, superhero or not, covered in grime. However, in a particular scene, Batman defies this expectation.
Approximately 1 minute and 30 seconds into the scene, he emerges unscathed and spotless, an oversight that breaks the illusion of realism.
3. The Baseball Mystery in 'The Shawshank Redemption'
'The Shawshank Redemption', hailed as one of the greatest films ever, is not without its faults.
Around 15 seconds into a specific scene, Morgan Freeman's character catches a baseball, only to be seen grabbing another shortly after, without ever returning the first. This continuity error is one of many in the film.
4. Confusion Over Hands in 'Deadpool'
In a scene from 'Deadpool', Ryan Reynolds' character opts to sever his hand to escape a predicament.
However, there's a glaring error regarding which hand is cut off. Shortly after one hand is removed, it's suddenly the other hand that's missing.
This mistake, occurring around 1 minute and 25 seconds into the scene, highlights a lapse in continuity.