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In Jaws (1977) Quint and Hooper are bragging about their bruises and scars. Sherif Brody feels under his shirt [at 1:45] ... in the novel, Sheriff Brody had left his New York City police job after getting shot, he's feeling the scar from the bullet wound but doesn't share it with the others.

In Jaws (1977) Quint and Hooper are bragging about their bruises and scars. Sherif Brody feels under his shirt [at 1:45] ... in the novel, Sheriff Brody had left his New York City police job after getting shot, he's feeling the scar from the bullet wound but doesn't share it with the others.

I assumed this was an appendix scar, which was funny considering the only scar on a sheriff is medical. It also shows that his life/career up until this point has been relatively safe, making the battling the shark and open ocean that much more of a struggle.

Sorry -- JAWS was 1975!!

And I posted that to /sub/moviedetails of all places. How embarrassing.

This has always been my assumption as well.

In the novel, he had been a NYC cop and got shot. He moved to Amity to get away from the police dangers of the big city.

To me, this knowledge enhances the scene where he has to deal with petty small town crimes ... like broken picket fences and so on.

To make James Bond seem larger in Dr. No (1962), the furniture used on set was purposefully chosen to be smaller to create the illusion.

To make James Bond seem larger in Dr. No (1962), the furniture used on set was purposefully chosen to be smaller to create the illusion.

Sean Connery was 6'3 (probably shorter now with age). Isn't that already pretty tall? Why would there be a need to shrink the furniture?

Edit: Ahh... larger, not taller. But he was a former bodybuilder too and kept in shape, so my question still stands.

I thought they used camera angles for this stuff.

why did they want him to be this huge? He wasn't buffed enough or something?

They really wanted to push the idea of Bond being a big guy but also very agile, I suppose this technique made it easier to portray that idea in moving shots.

Yeah I’d like to see a source on this— the furniture in the image looks like standard, low slung mid century modern furniture to me, personally.

[The Incredibles] The "claim" that Mr. Incredible denies in his job as an office worker describes the layout of the test scare room at the start of Monsters Inc.

[The Incredibles] The "claim" that Mr. Incredible denies in his job as an office worker describes the layout of the test scare room at the start of Monsters Inc.
I searched and couldn't see this posted before so apologies if it's been spotted already.

The claim description reads:

Single closet entry. Door model AA-62. Single Exit to hallway. Window above bed. Standard entry, low ceiling. Room kept tidy; minimum clutter hazard. Danger floor items: Squeaky toys, jacks.

Also the Prior Conditions section mentions "Parents Room Nearby"

I'm assuming the "Door Model" references the system used in Monsters Inc. There are further door details in the "Logistics" section too - with a height limit of 7'6" and weight limit of 800lb.
The Jacks (and possibly the squeaky toy) can be seen here.

However, the description doesn't match up 100% - the window is not directly above the bed and the floor has a different layout (and is not "kept tidy" in this image. We do see the "Single exit to hallway" though.

For reference, the full Monsters Inc opening scene is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTj0uh6XGrM

Was this an Easter Egg / detail or maybe a render from a shot / object in Monsters Inc that was recycled? I'm not an animator so wouldn't know if the latter is likely.

I searched and couldn't see this posted before so apologies if it's been spotted already.

The claim description reads:

Single closet entry. Door model AA-62. Single Exit to hallway. Window above bed. Standard entry, low ceiling. Room kept tidy; minimum clutter hazard. Danger floor items: Squeaky toys, jacks.

Also the Prior Conditions section mentions "Parents Room Nearby"

I'm assuming the "Door Model" references the system used in Monsters Inc. There are further door details in the "Logistics" section too - with a height limit of 7'6" and weight limit of 800lb. The Jacks (and possibly the squeaky toy) can be seen .

However, the description doesn't match up 100% - the window is not directly above the bed and the floor has a different layout (and is not "kept tidy" in this image. We do see the "Single exit to hallway" though.

For reference, the full Monsters Inc opening scene is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTj0uh6XGrM

Was this an Easter Egg / detail or maybe a render from a shot / object in Monsters Inc that was recycled? I'm not an animator so wouldn't know if the latter is likely.

Some of these posts on /sub/moviedetails are not that impressive in my opinion, but this one is seriously solid

That's an incredible find!

The jacks, which is a super specific detail

In "Up" (2009) the town buildings develop over the years

In "Up" (2009) the town buildings develop over the years

I'm amazed someone could even think critically during that scene

Or properly see through the tears.

Holy shit Up is almost a decade old

That’s ACTUALLY a good detail. Upvote for point and downvote for making me cry >_<

In The Dark Knight Rises, the statue scene at the end formed Joker face.

In The Dark Knight Rises, the statue scene at the end formed Joker face.

I dont see the joker.

Yeah I can make out something of a face but its not distinguishable as the Joker IMO

Throw it through the moon door!

Yea I’m not sure I wanna say he’s thinking of the statue as the nose, the two benches at the top left and right are the eyes and then the bottom curving bench is the mouth but not 100% sure

Predator 2(1990): In the shot of the predator's trophy collection, you can see what looks like the skull of a xenomorph from the 'Alien' franchise.

Predator 2(1990): In the shot of the predator's trophy collection, you can see what looks like the skull of a xenomorph from the 'Alien' franchise.

yes, because they are in the same universe. Aliens vs. Predator was introduced in Dark Horse Presents #36 in February 1990. Before that, they were their own separate story line.

This is true. However, one could argue that since somewhat nonsensical crossovers happen all the time in comic books - X-Men and Star Trek, Doctor Who and Star Trek, etc. - them sharing the same universe was not official cannon until 2004 with the theatrical release of 'Alien vs. Predator.'

Don’t forget batman and the ninja turtles

Or Batman and Spawn. That one was actually a pretty damn fun read.

In Spider-Man: Homecoming, the drone suit Tony is controlling while chastising Peter mimics his actual movements, even those we can't actually see Tony making.

In Spider-Man: Homecoming, the drone suit Tony is controlling while chastising Peter mimics his actual movements, even those we can't actually see Tony making.

Great detail, I feel like I should've noticed this but I didn't.

Another fun little detail in the movie is Peter's cell phone screen becoming more and more cracked as the movie goes on.

Probably not. Tony was a major public figure even before he became Iron Man, I'm sure the guy has a lot of random events filling his calendar.

I think one gets to notice these things on multiple viewings.

I was surprised to see the sedative guy in Inception show the finger while reverse plunging into the river from the bridge. Was so subtle. Noticed it on my 4rth or 5th watch... 

EDIT: Here. For like 1 sec, around 1:45:19 to 1:45:20.

I think one gets to notice these things on multiple viewings.

I was surprised to see the sedative guy in Inception show the finger while reverse plunging into the river from the bridge. Was so subtle. Noticed it on my 4rth or 5th watch...

EDIT: . For like 1 sec, around 1:45:19 to 1:45:20.

The alien slugs from James Gunn's first film Slither (2006) are among The Collector's collection in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).

The alien slugs from James Gunn's first film Slither (2006) are among The Collector's collection in Guardians of the Galaxy (2014).

Is this the "undiscovered easter egg?"

I don't believe so. I've seen it in lists of Easter eggs from the movie since it came but have just never actually seen the shot of it until recently.

make a list of all the know easter eggs and then circle the ones not on the list

Yeah, inside joke =|= easter egg

At the beginning of Jurassic World, the T-Rex is shown to be flare trained - the T-Rex follows the flare and receives a meal. The T-Rex is not trying to CATCH the flare, its FOLLOWING the flare. This is how a woman in heels is able to "outrun" a T-Rex

At the beginning of Jurassic World, the T-Rex is shown to be flare trained - the T-Rex follows the flare and receives a meal. The T-Rex is not trying to CATCH the flare, its FOLLOWING the flare. This is how a woman in heels is able to "outrun" a T-Rex
Same way he chased this flare and received a lawyer meal.

Edit: spelling

Same way he chased flare and received a lawyer meal.

Edit: spelling

YEAHBUT she wore heels through the jungle for chrichton's sake

*She

Oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy big bite food eat time yay yay yay yay. I hope it’s a moo moo just follow the red dot. Pleas keep moving it go red dot go take me food eat yay yay yay!

...what the fuck is that thing?

In Tropic Thunder, Robert Downey Jr's character states, "I don't drop character till I done a DVD commentary." During the commentary for the movie, he remains in character.

In Tropic Thunder, Robert Downey Jr's character states, "I don't drop character till I done a DVD commentary." During the commentary for the movie, he remains in character.

Also, when he is finishing up and breaks character, it is as Kirk Lazarus.

Yeah, he's not playing a black guy, he's a white dude playing another white dude who's playing a black dude disguised as another dude.

I think it has something to do with context

Which is the character he should have been in for it. We gotta go up a layer. He does the DVD commentary for the movie-within-a-movie in blackface, then the behind-the-scenes for Tropic Thunder in Aussieface.

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