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28 Hilarious And Amazing Movie Details That May Or May Not Ruin The Whole Movie For You
28 Hilarious And Amazing Movie Details That May Or May Not Ruin The Whole Movie For You,Joseph Gordon-Levitt has a secret cameo in <i>Knives Out.</i>

28 Hilarious And Amazing Movie Details That May Or May Not Ruin The Whole Movie For You

Rewatching movies is a fun pastime that many people (myself included) find very comforting.


But have you ever noticed something funny/weird/distracting in a movie you’ve seen ~a million times~ and thought, how the heck did I miss that before?!

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Well, that exact thing happened to these eagle-eyed Reddit users, and thankfully they decided to share their entertaining discoveries with the world because it’s quite a hoot. Check it out…

1. The ©Disney printed on Buzz’s butt:

In ‘TOY STORY’ (1995), during the scene where Buzz Lightyear attempts to fly, you can see ©Disney printed on his buttocks. fromMovieDetails


2. This hilarious recovery from Robin Williams:

In The Birdcage (1996) Robin Williams’ slip and fall during the “shrimp” scene was not planned. Williams really fell and he, Hank Azaria, and Dan Futterman are holding back laughter. fromMovieDetails

As Azaria explained to Slash Film:

“That was absolutely not intentional. And if you watch that little piece of film again, you’ll see me laughing and Robin laughing. It’s one of those things that happens that you never really think they’re going to use, but I was so emotionally upset in the scene — I was supposed to be crying — that I just pretended that he was making me cry even more. But I was actually laughing.”

3. This headscratcher:

In Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure (1989), Rufus never introduces himself. His name is given to the present Bill and Ted by the future Bill and Ted creating a bootstrap paradox as the information has no traceable origin. fromMovieDetails

4. This subtle, yet not-so-subtle move:

In Terminator 2 (1991) Dyson holds the door open for the camera man. fromMovieDetails

5. This detail I’ll never not notice from now on:

Little detail that was brought back from Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 1 (2002) in Spider-Man No Way Home (2021). Willem Dafoe wears prosthetics as Norman Osborn, but as the Goblin persona he retains Dafoe’s natural, less perfect, teeth. fromMovieDetails


6. This “once you hear it you’ll totally get” it detail:

In Knives Out (2019), Joseph Gordon Levitt voices a detective in a TV show that Marta’s sister is watching. Levitt has a cameo in all of Rian Johnson’s movies. fromMovieDetails

7. This “wish I didn’t know that” note:

In a show of true commitment to character, Danny Devito ate a raw fish for this scene in Batman Returns (1992). fromMovieDetails

8. This iconic improv:

one of the funniest lines in “Zoolander” (2001) was ad-libbed. JP Prewitt (David Duchovny) spends a full minute explaining why male models are being used for evil. Stiller forgot his next line, so he repeated: “But why male models?” Duchovny rolled with it: “Are you serious? I just told you that!” fromMovieDetails

9. This detail that COMPLETELY takes you out of the scene:

In Jurassic Park(1993), there is a scene where the raptor opens the door to the kitchen and you can spot an operator grab the raptor’s tail. fromMovieDetails


10. This really sweet detail I will never forget now:

In Mrs. Doubtfire (1993), the poolside bartender is played by an actor credited under the nickname Dr. Toad, but his real name was Robert Todd Williams, and he was Robin Williams’ older brother. A vintner by trade in real-life, this was his only film appearance. fromMovieDetails

11. This super smart detail:

In Tenet’s (2020) opening scene, although we aren’t introduced to the main character, the viewers eye is pulled towards him because his visor is clear, while all the other soldiers visors are fogged up. fromMovieDetails

12. This hilarious cameo I’m low-key obsessed with now:

Impractical Jokers: The Movie — 2020. Will Ferrell makes a cameo without any lines & zero reference. I did a double take and had to rewind! fromMovieDetails

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13. This detail that makes me kinda sad:

In Frozen/Frozen 2 (2013/2019), the only time Olaf bends his elbows is during his own dreams/fantasy (see: “In Summer”). Otherwise, his arms are always straight, as real twigs would be. fromMovieDetails


14. This moment that made me audibly gasp:

In ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ (1953) Jane Russell’s pool sequence was supposed to end with a muscleman ping over her, but she was accidentally clipped by his foot and knocked into the water. “I wasn’t supposed to end up in the pool at all,” she later said, “but it turned out better that way.” fromMovieDetails

15. This funny detail that I’ll ALWAYS think about:

In The Bee Movie (2007) , after the bees win the court case and honey becomes a “controlled substance” the ATF becomes ATFH ( which stands for alcohol, tobacco , firearms , and honey ) fromMovieDetails

16. This wacky detail that’s gonna make me look for other ones:

In The Naked Gun (1988): The Police Lab door’s label is half-mirrored; “Lab” is reversed to be readable from the inside. fromMovieDetails

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17. This SUPER TINY detail that’ll refocus your attention in this scene:

In LOTR: The Fellowship of The Ring (2001), you can see Pippin playing in the band at Bilbo’s party, before his proper introduction. Confirmed by Billy Boyd on the DVD commentary. fromMovieDetails

18. And this one, too:

In Hook (1991), the flying couple on the bridge is actually George Lucas and Carrie Fisher. Carrie even worked on the movie’s script. fromMovieDetails

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19. This funny/ridiculous moment:

In 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) pause at 4:20 to notice two Rastafarians making out fromMovieDetails

20. This one-of-many Disney Easter eggs:

In The Little Mermaid (1989), you can see the king and his advisor from Cinderella (1950) at the wedding. fromMovieDetails

Here they are in Cinderella:


21. This funny nod:

Watching Deadpool 2 (2018) and noticed a certain Supreme Court justice’s headshot in the squad interview scene. None other than Ruth Bader Ginsburg in consideration for a spot on X-Force fromMovieDetails

22. This cute one:

In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 (2018), the old couple taking photos are the parents of James Gunn. They are credited as “Weird Old Man” and “Weird Old Man’s Mistress.”. fromMovieDetails

23. This funny moment that turned into movie magic:

In the Lego Movie (2014), Vitruvius says “All right, we gotta write all that down ’cause I’m not gonna remember any of it, but here we go.” This was actually an outtake of Morgan Freeman getting frustrated at his lines being changed. The directors added it in as a joke. fromMovieDetails

24. This funny/kinda yikes Easter egg:

In Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers (2022) you can see that Dobby the House Elf became a model for Gucci after the Harry Potter series wrapped. fromMovieDetails

25. This great foreshadowing that gives it all away:

In Coco (2017), the skull on Ernesto’s guitar has a single gold tooth, foreshadowing that… fromMovieDetails

26. This very detailed detail that always makes me chuckle:

The jokes on the sign in this shot are pretty funny (from Monsters Inc. 2001). fromMovieDetails

  1. Punchline does not mean hit the child.

  • Don’t howl at your own jokes.
  • Tentacles funny. Razor sharp claws not funny.
  • Multiple heads should speak one-at-a-time.
  • No claws for tickling.
  • Scared kids don’t laugh.
  • Try not to hurt the audience.
  • Always keep sharp spikes in!
  • You won’t get a laugh if you don’t take a bath.
  • Never let them see you slobber.
  • 27. This cool Easter egg I’ll always be on the lookout for now:

    In Catch Me If You Can (2002), you can see the words “Steven and Tom’s 4th project” written on a blackboard. This is a reference to director Steven Spielberg and actor Tom Hanks. fromMovieDetails

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    28. And finally, this one, confirmed by the director himself: “A major plot point in The Batman (2022) is revealed early on, right in front of our blind eyes.” —u/Comic_Book_Reader


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    H/T r/MovieDetails