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    32 Tiiiiiny Things You Never Noticed In Your Favorite Kids Movies

    And they almost got away with it.

    1. The elves behind Charlie:

    In the Santa Clause(1994) when Charlie is at school you can see an elf behind him in class meaning they were keeping tabs on him and his dad from MovieDetails

    2. Miles Morales's spidey senses:

    In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018), before meeting the other spider-people, Miles spider-sense goes off a split second later than both Gwen and Peter. from MovieDetails

    3. Miles Morales singing the wrong lyrics:

    Spider-Man: Into The Spider-verse (2018) opens with Miles trying to sing along to “Sunflower.” He conveniently gets one of the lines wrong, saying “she wanna drive me-“ instead of the recorded lyric “she wanna ride me like a cruise,” narrowly eliminating a sexual double entendre in this PG film. from MovieDetails

    4. Matilda's mom's Guam comment:

    In Matilda (1996) during the adoption scene at the end of the movie Matilda's mother says that they're "moving to Guam" in an attempt to evade the US government despite Guam being a US territory further showing her parents stupidity. from MovieDetails

    5. Thunderhead's roommate:

    In The Incredibles (2004), the super Thunderhead has 5 children he was/is raising with his "roommate" Scott: this is possibly a coded way of saying that he is gay. from MovieDetails

    6. Eddie's animation:

    In Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988), Eddie is animated in some action scenes. from MovieDetails

    7. SpongeBob's job history:

    In "The Spongebob Squarepants Movie" (2004), Spongebob states he has 374 consecutive employee-of-the-month awards, this means he has been working at the Krusty Krab for a little over 31 years. from MovieDetails

    8. Sid's cameo:

    Sid, from Ice Age, makes a cameo appeareance in the movie Robots (2005) from MovieDetails

    9. The White Witch's crown:

    In The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, The White Witch's crown melts as her power dwindles from MovieDetails

    10. The missing person article:

    (Found a clearer shot) The animators of The Incredibles (2004) typed out a full article on the disappearance of Simon J Paladino (Gazerbeam) that conforms with information through the movie. Common practice of kids movies is to pretty much smack the keyboard in text columns from MovieDetails

    11. Ginny's pants:

    In Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007). Dumbledore's Army: All the girls are wearing skirts except Ginny (3rd from left) who is wearing pants; probably a hand-me-down from her brothers. (Good going costume department) from MovieDetails

    12. Weaselton and the Duke of Weselton's name mix up:

    In Frozen(2013) the Duke of Weselton is mistakenly called Weaseltown. In Zootopia(2016) Duke Weaselton is mistakenly called Weselton. Both were voiced by Alan Tudyk. from MovieDetails

    13. Hades' half-time comment:

    In "Hercules" (1997) Hades says "Guys, relax. It's only half-time" exactly at the 46-minute mark, the halfway point of the 92-minute movie from MovieDetails

    14. Anastasia's reflection:

    In Anastasia (1997) during the 'Once upon a December' scene when Anastasia is dancing with the memories of her family, Anastasia is the only character with a reflection. from MovieDetails

    15. Rex behind bowling pins:

    Wall-E. My 8 year old noticed Rex, while Wall-E is organizing his findings in his home. from MovieDetails

    16. A remote kidnapping a man:

    During the food strom in "Cloudy with a chance of meatballs" (2009), a man loots a TV, then the remote TV loots a man. from MovieDetails

    17. Benny's broken helmet:

    In The Lego Movie (2014) Benny the spaceman has a broken helmet. This used to happen to the original Lego pieces. Picture of my 80s spaceman to the right. from MovieDetails

    18. The "blossoms" behind Coraline:

    In Coraline (2009) The crew spent 800 hours painting 250,000 pieces of popcorn—pink on the outside, red on the kernel—to stand in as blossoms for the nearly 70 trees. from MovieDetails

    19. The origin of Violet's name:

    Incredibles (2004) Elastagirl’s original suit was red and Mr. Incredible’s suit was blue, their first child’s name? Violet from MovieDetails

    20. Buzz Lightyear's peeling stickers:

    In Toy Story 4 (2019), a closer look at Buzz Lightyear shows that his stickers are slowly starting to peel away. from MovieDetails

    21. The Motunui residents' tattoos:

    In Moana (2016) during the song "We Know the Way" none of the people have tattoos. It's not until after they find their island home that we see characters with tattoos. This is because they never had the resources to figure out a tattoo technique while they were traveling. from MovieDetails

    22. The fingerprint on Emmet:

    In The Lego Movie (2014), after travelling to the human world and being picked up off the floor by Finn, Emmet returns to the Lego world with a faint fingerprint on his left torso presumably left by Finn which was not visible earlier in the film. from MovieDetails

    23. Veruca Salt's scraped knee:

    In Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (1971), Veruca Salt has a bloody knee in the Chocolate Room scene. Her actress, Julie Dawn Cole, cut it on the sharp rock while filming the "egg breaking" scene. She still has a scar from the injury today. from MovieDetails

    24. The buttons on Honey Lemon's purse:

    In Big Hero 6 (2014), this happens: (credit to Tumblr user shinobicyrus) from MovieDetails

    25. This re-created Die Hard scene:

    In The Incredibles there is a clearly reference to Die Hard 3, the scene of the phone with Samuel L. Jackson, who also plays Frozono, and the policeman from MovieDetails

    26. Nani's surfing past:

    In the movie Lilo and Stitch, you see that Nani was a surfing star, but dropped everything when her parents died to take care of Lilo. from MovieDetails

    27. Building development:

    In "Up" (2009) the town buildings develop over the years from MovieDetails

    28. Mia's vegetarian dinner:

    In The Princess Diaries (2001) during the dinner scene you can see Mia is the only one with a stuffed tomato instead of meat, that’s because according to the books she’s a vegetarian. from MovieDetails

    29. Willy Wonka's half office:

    At the end of "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" (1971), everything in Wonka's office is cut in half, in a book, Mel Stuart, the director of the movie, explains that it was because he didn't want to end the movie in an ordinary office, after having gone through the creative rooms in the factory from MovieDetails

    30. Judy's reaction to Nick's counting:

    In Zootopia (2016) when Nick says they have 10 hours left to find Mr. Otterton, he holds up all 8 of his fingers. Judy notices that it doesn't add up, but shrugs it off. from MovieDetails

    31. Roddy's Wolverine suit:

    In Flushed Away, the main character Roddy (played by Hugh Jackman) pulls out Wolverine's suit while deciding what to wear. from MovieDetails

    32. And Bruce the shark crying:

    In Finding Nemo, Bruce the shark starts crying when Marlin starts talking about Nemo, saying “I never knew my father”. Male sharks mate with the female then leave, so baby sharks never actually meet their father. from MovieDetails

    H/T r/MovieDetails

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