Community·Posted on 25 May 2018Tell Us The Worst Inaccuracies You’ve Found in A “Based On A True Story” MovieThere's creative license, and then there's making up a whole new story.by Isha BassiJunior Staff Writer, AustraliaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Movies are always fun to watch, especially when they're based on true stories. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Omaze / Via youtube.com That's because they can add a heightened level of suspense, and shine a light on real people, places, or events in history. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF FOX But more often than not, what you see on the big screen isn't actually what happened in real life. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF FX In some movies, dates might be changed, characters may be removed or added, and certain scenes may be exaggerated. The aim to make the movie more dramatic can result in some glaring inaccuracies. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF HBO For example, in Gladiator the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius was killed by his son, Commodus. But in reality he actually died of an illness, which isn't as thrilling. Universal Pictures And the romantic relationship shown in Pocahontas? That probably didn't happen because Pocahontas was only a child when she met John Smith. Walt Disney Don't forget about The Hurt Locker, where the soldiers in the movie wore a completely different uniform to those who were deployed in real life. Summit Entertainment While there's always room for creative license, we want to know what inaccurate details from movies based on true stories REALLY piss you off. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF humorinrecovery.tumblr.com Sound off your answers in the dropbox below and you could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post and/or video!