23 Tiny Movie Details That I Only Just Noticed This Week
Apologies if the Amazing Spider-Man one makes you cry.
In Encanto, Dolores claps with just her fingers because her hearing is so sensitive.
President Orlean's bookshelf in Don't Look Up is filled with copies of her own book.
The name of the food stand "Casey's Creations" in Scoob! is a reference to Shaggy's original voice actor, Casey Kasem, who died in 2014.
The opening scene of Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is a reference to North by Northwest.
In The Pagemaster, Richard struggles under the weight of a copy of Atlas Shrugged that fell on him. (In Greek mythology, Atlas is a Titan who's cursed to hold the heavens and Earth apart, often depicted as struggling to hold up the Earth or sky.)
The clock in Gwen's death scene in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is set to 1:21 because Gwen also dies in _The Amazing Spider-Man _No. 121.
In Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the Spider-Man in Miles' comic book is named Billy because no one knows his real identity yet.
The name of the oil company that Joe works for in Joe Dirt is named after Chris Farley's father's company as a tribute to the late actor.
This shot of the Copacabana in The Irishman is almost identical to the one in Goodfellas.
The boat in Jaws is named "Orca" because orcas hunt great white sharks.
The man playing the helicopter pilot who rescues Aron in 127 Hours is the actual pilot who rescued the real Aron.
Shaun tells the rest of the staff in Shaun of the Dead that Ash is out sick, a reference to Ash Williams from The Evil Dead.
A QR code on an invitation in Red Notice leads to the blooper reel for the movie.
While Megamind is training Hal in Megamind, the scoreboard is labeled "good" and "evil."
Agent Smith's suit in The Matrix Reloaded is a blacker black than those of the other agents because he's evolved.
The real Erin Brockovich appears as a waitperson in the movie Erin Brockovich.
As Elle is kicked out of Professor Stromwell's class in Legally Blonde, the answer that Vivian gives to the diversity jurisdiction question is actually wrong, but Stromwell doesn't correct her.
The book that Elizabeth reads at the beginning of Pride and Prejudice is actually Pride and Prejudice, but with all the names changed.
The credits of Independence Day say, "No animal or alien was harmed in the making of this film."
Jason Bourne's notes of his memories in the beginning of The Bourne Supremacy include drawings of towers like Berlin's TV Tower, and his past actions in Berlin become a significant part of the movie later on.
In The Bourne Supremacy (2004) Jason Bourne drew the shapes of towers he remembered from cities he may have worked in. The first one is the TV Tower in Berlin, a city he later has flashbacks of and where most of the movie was filmed. I'm not 100% sure about the other three, though. (See comments.) from MovieDetails
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