7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

Even the greatest filmmakers sometimes make mistakes in their films. These mistakes may not be very important to the story itself, but they still spoil the overall impression.

We reviewed and re-watched some of the recent hit films and found a few misses that even the most attentive viewers might have missed.

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7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

1. The Citizen watch, worn by Brad Pitt's character in Quentin Tarantino's recent film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, was first sold in 1972, but the film is set in 1969. This model literally didn't exist

7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

2. Attentive viewers discovered a similar error in Stephen King's adaptation of It. The film is set in 1989, but there are beauty products on store shelves from today. For example, Nivea creams and Olay oil.

7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

3. The signature of Mark Watney from The Martian looks completely different in different pictures.

7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

4. The creators of 22 miles were too lazy for the text in Russian to mean anything. The text simply consists of random letters that mean nothing at all.

7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

5. In one of the most emotional scenes in Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi, there was a tear on Rey's left cheek, then it instantly dried up and then returned to where it was.

7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

6. Red scarf on the Jumanji man: Call of the Jungle appears and disappears in the same scene.

7 movie bloopers you might have missed due to beautiful visuals

7. In one of the scenes in Aquaman, little Arthur was replaced by a girl. Well, at least it was a kid with longer and less frizzy hair.

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