Details Fans Noticed In Kid Action Adventure Movies That We Definitely Missed

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Action and adventure movies have always been a favorite genre amongst fans, especially when kids and teen are at the forefront of the story. From fighting bad guys to robbing banks and saving the world, these kids have done it all and fans are always invested. More than a few passionate fans managed to spot some truly interesting details surrounding these kid action and adventure movies.

Check out these details spotted by fans, and don't forget to vote!

  • 1
    19 VOTES

    Cody's School In 'Agent Cody Banks' Is Named After The Head Of The CIA

    From IMDb:

    Cody and Natalie attend the "William Donovan Preparatory School" in Agent Cody Banks. William Donovan was in charge of the US Office of Strategic Services (OSS) in World War II. The OSS eventually became the CIA.

    19 votes
  • 2
    15 VOTES

    The Page Corners Of Harriet's Notebook In 'Harriet The Spy' Spell Out A Hidden Message

    From IMDb:

    In Harriet the Spy, the letters that Harriet writes on the top corners of the pages in her notebook spell "EVERYBODY HATES ME".

    15 votes
  • 3
    13 VOTES

    'Big Fat Liar' Is A Modern Telling Of A Well-Known Fable

    From Redditor u/cristinamariposa:

    Big Fat Liar alludes to the Aesop's Fable "The Boy Who Cried Wolf". In Big Fat Liar, movie producer Marty Wolf steals a creative writing essay from Jason Shepherd. When Jason tries to tell his parents and teacher, they don’t believe him because he lies constantly to them. “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” is a story where a shepherd boy repeatedly tricks townsfolk into believing that a wolf is attacking his flock. When a wolf actually does appear, nobody believes his cries for help and both the boy and the sheep are killed.

    13 votes
  • 4
    12 VOTES

    The Treasure Map In 'The Goonies' Had Real Blood On It

    From Redditor u/Numerous-Lemon:

    In The Goonies, the treasure map has real blood on it. The production designer cut his own finger and drizzled blood on the paper to give it an authentic look.

    12 votes
  • 5
    11 VOTES

    The Lost Boys In 'Hook' All Represent A Different Time Period Based On How They Dress

    From Redditor u/TWillyFresh:

    The Lost Boys in Hook all represent a different time period based on how they dress. Every one of them represents a different time period from when they got lost. You have the greaser kid from the 50s. You have the twins in their Boy Scout uniforms probably from the 30s-40s. You have the skateboarding kids and Rufio most likely coming from the 80s-90s based on the existence of skateboarding in Neverland along with Rufio’s modern day insults and punk persona. You have the kid in the Newsboy cap and Thud Butt’s distinctive hat that I can’t quite nail down. I’m not sure how I missed this for so long, but it’s a great movie detail that just kind of snuck up on me. It’s a much more creative way to portray the Lost Boys than having them in animal costume pajamas again.

    11 votes
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    11 VOTES

    Scars Can Be Seen On Raphael's Shell In 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret Of The Ooze'

    From Redditor u/hexwolfman:

    In Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: Secret of the Ooze, there's scars on Raphael's shell, showing how much more aggressive he is compared to his brothers.

    11 votes