1.In A Quiet Place, the aisles in the pharmacy are empty except for the chips, because they make too much noise.
2.In Interstellar when they visit the tidal wave planet, there's a time dilation that results in every hour spent there being seven years time on Earth. The track playing during this scene is called "Mountains," and there's a clock ticking sound heard throughout it. Each tick represents an entire day on Earth gone by.
3.In Spider-Man 2, Peter tells himself, "Strong focus on what I want," before leaping off of a building. He winds up slamming into a wall, and landing on a Ford Focus.
4.In Juno, a classified ad shows a doggie day care that has the same phone number as another ad for a lost Maltese, indicating the day care lost a dog.
5.In Rampage, when Dwayne Johnson's character Davis signs his name, he's actually doing the ASL sign for "Rock."
6.In Liar Liar, when Fletcher writes "blue" all over his face with a pen, he also writes B.B. King, the name of the late blues legend.
7.In Moana, when Maui turns into a hawk, you can still see his hook on his right wing.
8.At the end of Captain America: Civil War, Black Panther's claw marks remain visible on Cap's shield because they're both made of vibranium.
9.In Fight Club, Tyler Durden lives on Paper St. The definition of a "paper street" is, "a road or street that appears on maps but does not exist in reality."
10.In Guardians of the Galaxy, after Peter is arrested, it says he has a "translator implant in neck." This is how he's able to speak to aliens.