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People Are Talking About Funny Movie Details You've Probably Never Noticed, And I Love All Of These

"In The Princess Bride, Inigo laments to Westley that he only works for Vizzini to pay the bills as there's 'not a lot of money in revenge.' At the end of the film, Westley suggests Inigo become the new Dread Pirate Roberts, captain of the pirate ship Revenge."

There's a lot of great movies out there. And sometimes, a movie is SO good that you watch it over, and over, and over...

But have you ever watched a movie for the umpteenth time and noticed a funny detail for the very first time?! Like, how did you miss it before, right? I mean, in your defense, a lot of great movie details and Easter eggs are REALLY small.

Well, here are a bunch of REALLY funny movie details people on Reddit have noticed only recently that I'm willing to bet you also missed (or, IDK, maybe you already knew about these!):

1. Like this hilarious detail about Jamie Lee Curtis's iconic costume in Everything Everywhere All at Once:

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For the record, the caption for the stock image reads: "Kathleen Malone works on tax returns at the Cincinnati Internal Revenue Service Center April 8, 2005 in Covington, Kentucky. The tax filing deadline is a week away." And here's an even better look at Kathleen's inspirational outfit:

A woman with a yellow vest over a yellow sweater, with short grey hair and reading glasses stamping tax forms

2. This funny performance detail from Coming to America you probably didn't know about until just now:

Paramount Pictures

A side-by-side for comparison:

Eddie Murphy in Coming to America with his arms up, then bending over as he exits stage, and then Elvis at his last concert doing the same move back in 1977

3. This funny detail in Drive that's just keeping it real:


The menu reads: "Our small 13" pizza is really the same size as the others."

Close up of a menu

4. This chuckle-worthy detail in Bio-Dome:


A close-up so you can see better:

"Nothing to be ashamed of"

5. This tacky detail in Married to the Mob that's both funny and for grown-ups:

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Two people falling onto a bed with a headboard that says veni veni veni

6. This really excellent and fun detail in The Princess Bride that comes full circle:

20th Century Fox

Here's the setup and the pay off:

Westley earlier in the movie telling Buttercup that Roberts' ship Revenge is anchored at the far end and then Westley telling Vizzini he'd make a wonderful dread pirate roberts

7. This hilariously weird detail from Austin Powers in Goldmember:

New Line Cinema

Here it is zoomed-in for your viewing pleasure:

The director in the shot

8. This Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban detail that I guarantee most of y'all missed:

Warner Bros.

A close-up of the cheeky moment:

Two people in a painting in Hogwarts canoodling

9. This self-referential Todd Phillips Universe joke that briefly pops up in Joker:

Warner Bros.

For comparison:

Justin Theroux as a guest on the talk show in the Joker, and a driver's license from Due Date of Zack as Ethan Chase

10. This hilarious revelation about Zoolander that makes this iconic scene even better:

Paramount Pictures

11. This semi-dark, but still funny, detail from Bee Movie:

Paramount Pictures

12. This in-joke from The Polar Express that pays homage to another great film, Back to the Future:

Warner Bros.

Of course, "Lone Pine Mall" is a joke itself within Back to the Future since it's called "Twin Pines Mall" before Marty travels back in time and accidentally ~kills~ one of the pine trees the mall is named after, thus changing its future name when he gets ~back to the future~.

13. This funny sci-fi nod in Starship Troopers to an iconic scene from, specifically, The Empire Strikes Back:

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For comparison:

The millennium falcon stuck to the side of the ship in both movies

14. This stupid, but still funny, detail in Scary Movie you'll only be able to fully appreciate if you pause:


An "Immature" sign

15. This detail in Don't Look Up that's funny, but also horrifying because you know it would actually happen:


I mean...

A sign for shovels

16. This cheeky detail that made me laugh in Toy Story:


Who knew Mr. Spell was so horny?!

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