Are you very picky on realism (e.g. Action movie cliches: cars blowing up in a few shots and guns firing more bullets than they actually hold) and filming errors (e.g. Crewmen being visible, chronological errors etc) in movies and TV shows when you watch them? I'm not really like that, but I do prefer that film makers make a compromise between realism and entertainment, as well as reduce the number of goofs that appear, although I do understand that it is almost impossible to produce a film or TV show without any mistakes at all.
The first Jurrasic Park, When the Raptor goes into the kitchen you can see someones arm and hand holding the tail of the raptor judt to the left of the door frame.
The infamous stormtrooper banging his head at the door in Star Wars: A new hope is my favorite one.
Look at the top right: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oe42qrANlG4
haha true that its annoying but hye what can you do. its entertaiment
In the italian Job, when traitor is shooting into the water with his gun, they show the bullets going down and hitting the van, when actually bullets go through water, they disntigrate after 2 feet
Theres 100's of mistakes for movies..most so small you wouldnt normally notice but some are more obvious.
It doesn't bother me no...I dont any when im watching a film and its quite amusing to see some more obvious ones actually.
I remember a movie where the castle aroundthe hero was about to collapse, and the rock that hit the water floated on top... hillarious
Teh Maquis;3412721In the italian Job, when traitor is shooting into the water with his gun, they show the bullets going down and hitting the van, when actually bullets go through water, they disntigrate after 2 feet
It depends on what kind of bullets are fired, a handgun will go farther because it is smaller and the bullet will have an easier time going through the water.
handgun bullets tend to be larger in dimension AND weight....