Movies are massive productions, bigger the movie, bigger the mistakes they make. Sometimes while filming a scene the crew is visible on the shot or other filming equipment. This shouldn’t happen but it happens, quite often. IT might be an editor mistake or the mistake appear on the best shot and editor ha to use it.

Usually those mistakes are minor and hard to see at first, but when we look closely we can find them. Here are 5 editing mistakes from popular movies

  1. Mad Max: Fury Road


When Immortan Joe and his War Boys are blocked in a desert canyon, an aerial shot shows his entire war party stuck, clearing a path. With paying close attention to the right side of the screen we can catch the entire crew taking in the sights, clearly assuming the pounding war drums will keep the audience distracted.

  1. The Avengers: Age of Ultron


When the Quicksilver tries to alert the police, he runs around. But it was not a special effect. The footage was speeded up which means that other actors had to stay still which for a longer period is difficult. We can see them moving in the film.

  1. Jurassic World


We can notice that the heart beating lines are identical which mean all the characters’ heart would beat at the same time which is impossible. It just shows that in the filmmaking process they just make one EKG and copied for other characters.

  1. Furious 7


When Owen Shaw is finally caught, and put in the prison we can see Hobbs talking to him through the door. But if we look closely we can see the cameraman reflection in the glass.


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