45 Movie Mistakes You Probably Never Noticed
by Ellie / November 23, 2016
With all the details in every story and every shot, it's extremely easy to forget something in a blockbuster movie that breaks the continuation. From scene mess ups to having props in the wrong time period, we have them all here in one of the most comprehensive movie mistakes posts you'll ever find.
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Mel Gibson’s character William Wallace is shown wearing a kilt. Historically speaking, kilts weren't worn in Scotland until the 16th century (The movie takes place in 1,300.)
You might not have known it, but chocolate chip cookies were invented in the 1930s. In a scene that takes place in 1928, Leonardo DiCaprio is shown buying a box of chocolate cookies. Do you think he got an early sample box?
Sure, Django looks great in his cool sunglasses, but in reality, sunglasses were not that common in those years. They were mainly used as medical solutions and issued only by doctors.
In the movie, Jack tells Rose that he and his father used to go ice-fishing at lake Wissota. The real lake Wissota was formed by a dam in 1917, while the Titanic sank in 1912.