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Photoshop Fails On Iconic Movie Posters You Never Noticed Before

2008 was NOT a good year for movie posters.

It takes a lot of hard work to make a movie happen, but that's why we have talented directors, actors, and writers. It's also difficult to spot minuscule mistakes in the posters for those movies, but that's why we have the internet!

1. Street Kings (2008) — Keanu Reeves may not be playing Neo in this movie, but there's definitely a glitch in the Matrix:

Keanu Reeves not pulling the trigger in Street Kings

2. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 (2010) — An optical illusion worthy of a Hogwarts letter:

emma watson and daniel radcliffe

3. 300 (2006) — Yes, this picture has been Photoshopped. No, it's not the abs:

4. Pretty Woman (1990) — Some people like salt-and-pepper hair, but this designer prefers much more pepper:

richard gere and julia roberts

5. Spider-Man 2 (2004) — MJ's got arms longer than Doc Ock's:

spiderman and mary jane

6. Arrival (2016) — Imagine a poster with the Statue of Liberty in Chicago, and that's basically what's going on here:

Hong Knong and Shang Hai shown as the same location in Arrival poster

7. Snakes on a Plane (2006) — This one's a little tougher, see if you can spot it:

two snakes wrapped around a plane

8. Bangkok Dangerous (2008) — Whatever Nicolas Cage is doing here, it's not the badass vibe he was going for:

nic cage pulling something out of his jacket with fire all around

9. 16 Blocks (2006) — Only people who have actually seen 16 Blocks can find the Photoshop fail in this poster:

Bruce Willis without a mustache

10. The Babysitter (2017) — Talk about ambidextrous:

The Babysitter poster featuring two right hands

11. Supergirl (1984) — Supergirl may have had her first big adventure in this movie, but Lady Liberty had an identity crisis:

12. High School Musical 2 (2007) — We were all so busy singing along, we didn't even notice the hand growing out of Gabriella's forearm:

Zooming in reveals the cast's limbs are off

13. Wanted (2008) — I, too, do my best thinking with the cold steel of a hand cannon pressed against my forehead: