Not everything can be perfect… But I think that makes them more enjoyable to watch in a way… Like, all the Easter eggs and small mistakes in these movies make you want to go re-watch them to look for the tiny little details that you would usually miss…

  1. In Monster’s Inc. children’s laughs are discovered to be more powerful than their screams. If so, then why did Boo laughing throughout the movie has no affect on the power?

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  2. In Wreck-It-Ralph, Ralph only completes one mission in Hero’s Duty before it’s declared that the arcade is closed. Shortest day ever perhaps?

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  3. We’re shown that Princess Jasmine’s armband is on her right arm. Then all of a sudden it’s on her left

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  4. In The Incredibles when Bob looks at one of his newspaper clippings, the date on the paper is 16th September 2002. Which is about 40 years about the film was set…

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  5. In Ratatouille, the food critic insults the head chef of Gusteau’s Restaurant by comparing him to Chef Boyardee. However, Boyardee was actually a world-renowned chef at the New York’s Plaza Hotel before going on to make millions from his branded sauces

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  6. Cinderella’s dress magically changes in the carriage when she gets married?

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  7. In Toy Story, the toys use a baby monitor to check out Andy’s birthday party. However, the monitor the toy soldiers use to communicate with the other toys is a speaker – meaning that the toys up in Andy’s room really shouldn’t be able to hear what’s going on downstairs…

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  8. Hans is shown to be unarmed before all of a sudden he whips out his massive sword

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  9. Tiana’s earrings just… disappear

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  10. In Tarzan, Jane and her father discuss how Queen Victoria, Charles Darwin and Rudyard Kipling would want to meet him once they returned to England. However, when Darwin died in 1882, Kipling was only 17 years old at the time. This means that Kipling wasn’t yet the famous published author that we know of today, but would have still been in India writing for newspapers…

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  1. Fueled by Smiling says:

    It kind of looks like the prince from Cinderella wanted to get the honeymoon started early, but remembered that people could be watching, so he pulled up her sleeves. That’s kind of weird, but maybe it’s his kink or something?

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