Focusing on the revolt against King Edward I of England in thirteenth century Scotland, Braveheart is a favorite of many for its lavish attention to detail and its exciting wartime coverage. Funnily enough, there’s still room for error despite this—a few white cars can be seen in the background of a climactic battle sequence.
Alfred Hitchcock’s North by Northwest is still just as enthralling today as it was 60 years ago. In one of its most pivotal scenes, a child can be seen covering his ears before a gun goes off. Either he’s psychic, or the guys behind the scenes failed to notice their extra acting up.
The most recent entry in this slideshow, Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper proved to be pretty controversial but mostly well-received upon its release (despite the questions that surround the validity of Chris Kyle’s narrative). Speaking of questioning validity, the one thing that critics and fans alike can agree on is how fake Chris Kyle’s newborn baby looks. It’s obviously
Ridley Scott’s Gladiator stars Russell Crowe as a Roman general who seeks revenge for his betrayal by a corrupt prince. Given its setting, 180 A.D., it’s quite jarring to see gas tanks on the back of a few chariots throughout.
The day-to-day on the set of Star Wars was pretty rough. With limited budget and little-to-no faith in George Lucas from the studio or even from some of his crew, there’s no doubt that stress had almost completely consumed the filmmaker. For this reason, it’s understandable how something as clear as this Stormtrooper hitting their head on an automatic door could make it all the way to the film’s theatrical release.