Movie GoOfs...

In many scenes of Cleopatra, which takes place in ancient Egypt, extras are seen wearing digital watches. But often these watches display times that are off by as much as ten minutes.

In early scenes of Forrest Gump, the camera clearly shows Lieutenant Dan's legs. However, in later scenes, these legs are mysteriously missing.

At the end of The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy declares (repeatedly, in fact), "There's no place like home." In fact, many towns on Long Island are just like my home.

In Back to the Future, when Marty goes back to November 1955, Lorraine's family is shown watching an episode of "The Honeymooners" that first aired on December 31, 1955. However, in reality, time travel is impossible.

In George Washington Was the Seventh President and He Invented Netscape, the title character uses the word "who" when he means "whom."

Lieutenant Gerard spends much of The Fugitive trying to capture Dr. Richard Kimble for the murder of his Mrs. Kimble. But Dr. Kimble didn't murder his wife at all, he simply maimed her and left her to die.

In G. I. Jane, Demi Moore's character is shown beating up a group of men. However, scientists tell us that Demi Moore is actually female and would be unable to perform such a feat.

In Star Wars, Obi-Wan Kenobi tells a stormtrooper, "These are not the droids you're looking for." But close attention to the details of the plot leading up to this moment reveals that, in fact, those were the droids he was looking for.

In The Neverending Story, after Bastion rides Falcor through the streets of his home town, the movie ends.

In Weekend at Bernie's II, Bernie is sometimes shown blinking his eyes. However, this movie should never have been made at all.