12 Immense Movie Mistakes That Nobody Noticed

December 28, 2016

While some movie mistakes are too obvious to ignore, others might require a great deal of time and attention to spot.

We at LikeAble have challenged ourselves and put together 12 great movies in which you probably never expected to see any inaccuracies at all.

American Pie

© Summit Entertainment

The cup changes from blue to clear.

Mad Max: Fury Road

© Warner Bros.

The guns are changing constantly. It seems like the director just couldn’t decide what would look more spectacular on the screen: dual SMGs or dual assault rifles.


© 20th Century Fox

Just compare what Deadpool writes on his drawing and what we actually see when the movie begins.

Star Wars: Episode VII — The Force Awakens

© Lucasfilm

The main heroine’s outfit changes itself from time to time.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith

© 20th Century Fox

For some reason, film directors often choose to change the vehicles from scene to scene. This movie is no exception. Just pay attention to the headrest design in this car: it changes as if by magic.

Home Alone

© 20th Century Fox

Apparently, Kevin can run and change his pants at the same time.

P.S. I Love You

© Warner Bros.

You can’t help but notice how the picture changes in the background.

Love Actually

© Universal Pictures

I wonder what happened to that polka dot tie?

The Big Bang Theory

© Warner Bros. Television

No one knows what theoretical physicists are actually capable of. Obviously, they can change the colors of things just as easily as they solve mathematical problems.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

© Paramount Pictures

Another transformation of a car’s interior: a panoramic roof suddenly disappears.

Now You See Me 2

© Summit Entertainment

Someone had put a cover on the equipment just before Walter came and took it off.

Suicide Squad

© Warner Bros.

Harley is a true woman! She has time for everything: choosing guns, changing her clothing, and even dyeing her hair.

Preview photo credit Warner Bros.
Based on materials from moviemistakes