Clever Details From Adventure Movies That Were Spotted By Fans

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Adventure has always been such a fun and exciting genre for film. With character driven stories, fascinating landscapes, and blood-pumping quests, adventure movies always keep people invested. But more than a few fans of the genre have managed to spot some truly interesting details within the best adventure movies.

Check out these details from adventure movies that were spotted by fans, and don't forget to vote!

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    100 VOTES

    A Subtle Chain Of Events Saves Tim's Life In 'Jurassic Park'

    From Redditor u/HellotoHorse:

    In Jurassic Park, Dr. Hammond goes to the freezer and takes out all the ice cream and decides to eat it since the power is out, and leaves the freezer door open on his way out. The power outage causes everything else in the freezer to melt and water to pool on the floor. Later when Dr. Sattler restores power the freezer turns back on and causes the water on the floor to partially freeze. This chain of events causes a fleeing Tim to enter the freezer, whose door had been left open, cause him and the chasing Velociraptor to both slip on the ice, and allowed Tim to escape, trapping the Velociraptor in the freezer.

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    51 VOTES

    Jack Keeps His Pistol Out Of The Water In 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl'

    From Redditor u/FireAndIce_92:

    In Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, Jack straps his pistol to his chest while he and Will sneak onto the Dauntless from underwater in an attempt to keep the gunpowder dry.

  • 3
    63 VOTES

    The Way Rick Loads His Gun In 'The Mummy' Showcases His Military History

    From Redditor u/AnonTexan1297:

    In The Mummy, Brendan Fraser’s character is shown loading individual rounds into his rifle, in spite of its 8 round capacity. This is consistent with French military training, as the Lebel 1886 was equipped with a magazine cutoff; so that soldiers could hold rounds “in reserve.”

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    28 VOTES

    Gas Bombs Used In The Original Can Be Seen Seen In 'King Kong'

    From Redditor u/Chief_DaVinci:

    In King Kong, at around 25:00 the gas bombs used in the 1933 original can be seen amongst the Chloroform bottles.

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    40 VOTES

    The Name Of Quint's Boat In 'Jaws' Is Purposeful

    From Redditor u/Beedee0823:

    In Jaws, Quint goes to hunt the shark in his boat Orca. Orcas in real life, otherwise known as killer whales, actively hunt great white sharks to kill them.

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    24 VOTES

    All The Books That Pi Is Reading In 'Life Of Pi' Foreshadow The Future Events Of The Film

    From Redditor u/DeeThreeTimesThree:

    In Life of Pi, all the books that Pi is shown reading during the early stages of the film foreshadow the future events of the film, either through the books' cover or their story. The book in the photo is ‘L'Île mystérieuse’ (The Mysterious Island) by Jules Verne. The cover depicts a man and jaguar, which foreshadows Pi’s time in the Pacific with Richard Parker (the tiger), while the contents of the book (the Mysterious Island) predicts the (floating) island that Pi encounters at the end of the film. Another book that Pi is seen reading is ‘L’Étranger’ (The Stranger) by Albert Camus. In ‘The Stranger’, as summarised by Camus, tells us “any man who does not weep at his mother's funeral runs the risk of being sentenced to death”. This not only foreshadows Pi’s mother and family dying, but also predicts that Pi will survive, as he ‘weeps’ at his mother’s death. The last book Pi is shown reading is ‘White Nights’ by Fryodor Dostoyevsky. This book is about a man who is suffering from loneliness. This foreshadows Pi’s isolation in the Pacific.