Action-adventure movies are full of thrills, awe-inspiring set pieces, and legendary heroes. From Captain Jack Sparrow sailing the Caribbean to Indiana Jones solving another ancient puzzle, these classics are nearly perfect in many fans' eyes. That doesn't mean they're completely flawless, however. Take, for example, in Jumanji: The Next Level, a camera operator can be seen rather clearly hiding in some trees as characters retreat into the jungle. Sometimes of these oopsies are more about chronology. In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Indy keeps some newspaper clippings in his journal that were written several years after the events of the film. In a similar vein, sometimes makeup just can't quite cover up little anachronisms. In Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, a singing boy at the beginning has braces on his teeth.
Check out this list of smalls mistakes that fans spotted in action-adventure movies, and don't forget to vote up your favorites!
Belloq Eats A Fly In 'Raiders Of The Lost Ark'
From Redditor u/tccclark:
In Raiders of the Lost Ark, there's a fly on the guys face and he eats it?207Mildly infuriating?
Camera Operator In The Trees In 'Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle'
From Redditor u/fillman86:
There's a camera operater visibile in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.188Mildly infuriating?
The Singing Boy In 'At World's End' Has Braces
From a Redditor:
In Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, the boy who starts singing is wearing dental braces.188Mildly infuriating?
Granny Smith Apples Didn't Exist During 'Curse Of The Black Pearl'
From Redditor u/TheRetroMan_:
In the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie, in the scene where the Captain dies, the apple he didn't hold in the previous scene suddenly appears. Also, the name of the apple is Granny Smith, which was originated in 1868. Since the movie takes place in the 1700s, the timeline doesn't add up.1710Mildly infuriating?