In Wonder Woman (2017), Diana is able to get to London from her remote island in only a day because she is an Amazon, and therefore qualifies for next day shipping.
In Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021), Barry Allen breaks a Window by merely touching it. This is because Windows no longer supports Flash.
In The Fate of the Furious (2018), Dwayne Johnson says that rubber bullets were a mistake. This is because the guards should’ve used paper bullets instead to defeat The Rock.
In Batman Begins (2005), Bruce Wayne decides to fight crime after his parents are killed. This is because rich people only care about a cause after it affects them personally.
“Lincoln” grossed over $275,000,000 in movie theaters, which is ironic since historically Lincoln doesn’t do too well in theaters.
In The Cronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy decide to rule Narnia. This is because they are British, and the country had not been colonised yet.
In Black Widow (2021), a BMW is shown to have functioning turn signals. This is to show that the movie is fictional and not based on a true story.
In Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017), Karen Gillian and Jack Black face a great dilemma as they find themselves stuck between a Rock and a Hart place.
VIN Diesel’s full legal name, Vehicle Identification Number Diesel, was the sole determining factor in his original casting for the Fast & Furious franchise.
In The Matrix Revolutions(2003) The Humans Consistently Use The Metric System. Indicating that the Imperial System got thrown in the trash where it belongs.
The Fifth Element (1997) has absolutely nothing to do with Boron.
In Dark Phoenix (2019) Charles Xavier made his students wear an “X” on their chests so that the enemy would aim at them instead of him.
In Baby’s Day Out (1994), production nearly stopped multiple times after the crew ran out of babies while filming the ledge scenes.
Actor Noah Ringer hated filming “The Last Airbender” so much that he tattooed a huge downvote on his head to symbolize how much this movie s#cked.
In Avengers: Endgame (2019), Scarlet Johansson throws herself off a cliff so she doesn’t have to be part of the girl power scene.
In The Order of the Phoenix, Dumbledore calls Voldemort by his birth name, Tom. This foreshadows the fact that J.K. Rowling does not respect people’s chosen identities.
The same woman who appears as a background extra in this George Clooney scene in Ocean’s Thirteen (2007) also appears in the background of a George Clooney scene in Gravity (2013).
In Knives Out (2019), a bunch of knives are hanging out. This is why the movie is called Knives Out.
Before acting in Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope (1977), Carrie Fisher had never seen a single Star Wars movie.
In Doctor Strange (2016) Wong doesn’t find any of Strange’s jokes to be funny. At the end of the film Strange makes a bad joke and Wong laughs. This is now because Doctor Strange is his boss.
In Watchmen (2009), the patterns on Rorschach’s mask constantly shift around and show various images of my parents fighting.
In the movie The Shining, if you zoom into Jack Torrance’s green knitted tie you can spot the hedge maze where he got lost and died.
In Spider-Man (2002) Peter Parker sold pictures of himself for money. This is a reference to how he was the first OnlyFans model.
In Fantastic Four (2005) the characters represent the four elements: fire, earth, invisibility, and stretching.
In Arrival (2016), Amy Adams tries her best to convince the aliens she is not the imposter.
In Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), you don’t actually have to watch the first 1,983 Wonder Woman movies to understand the plot.
In Joker (2019) we see Joker wearing red and lifting his arms to take flight. But he couldn’t fly because, despite the actor’s name, he is not a real Phoenix.
In Midsommar (2019) the action takes place in Sweden. You can tell that because the villagers are seen using Ikea kitchenware!
In order to keep the title of the movie Home Alone (1990) accurate, Macaulay Culkin had to film all his scenes at his house by himself with no one else on set.
In Back to the Future Part II (1989), Marty McFly puts his bare sock on wet concrete. This is a reference to the fact he’s a goddamn maniac.
In ’Lost in Translation’ (2003) you can’t hear what Bill Murray whispers to Scarlett Johansson but if you turn the subtitles on you can tell he says “Whispering, Indistinct”.
In Dark Phoenix (2019), Jean Grey can be seen wearing grey, a reference to the fact that she is Jean Grey.