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7,012 29 In Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Captain America said "Oh God" because Thor, the God of Thunder just failed to go for Thanos' head.
13,483 65 In Spiderman: Far From Home (2019), there's bird shit on the bell. Great attention to shitty detail from the filmmaker's part.
12,193 104 Dr. Strange and Doctor Strange are in fact the same person. The word "Dr." is actually an abbreviated for "Doctor," and the name Strange is likely a last name. This is confirmed by the fact that both characters are played by Benefit Cucumberpatch. Marvel knew this and inserted it as an Easter Egg
17,265 97 In "Skyfall" (2012) James Bond tells Moneypenny that he is "going to do some things the old fashioned way". He then gets shaved by a black woman. That's because James Bond is actually a racist asshole who supports slavery.
11,774 53 In "Psycho" (1960), the titular psycho is revealed to the audience when she steps into the shower naked BEFORE testing and adjusting the water temperature
18,365 138 In Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), Peter Parker says "Oh, great. No webs." This is foreshadowing to the state of the MCU in Phase 4.
13,796 156 In Spider-Man: Far From Home, you can see a boom mic above Betty, which showed Sony how poorly Marvel Studios was producing the films, and is why Sony took back the exclusive rights to Spider-Man
18,132 105 In the film “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Spider-Man pays homage to Captain America by no longer being in the MCU.
2,328 17 In Reservoir Dogs (1992) there are Mr. White, Mr. Orange, Mr. Blonde, Mr. Pink, Mr. Blue and Mr. Brown. If they all look the same to you (black and white) it means you are colorblind.
3,688 32 In Get Smart (2008), Maxwell Smart becomes a field agent even though nobody believed in him. So f*ck you Dad, I’m becoming a professional hamster trainer and there’s nothing you can do to stop me!
16,943 169 In Venom (2018), the symbiote switches from male to female, making it the first transgender superhero on screen.
12,096 89 In The Dark Knight (2008) Christian Bale plays both Bruce Wayne and Batman. This is a reference to the comics, in which Bruce Wayne and Batman are the same person.






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58,767 746 In Game of Thrones Season 8, Daenerys’ last words are “we break the wheel together” which spelled backwards says “rehtegot leehw eht kaerb ew” which doesn’t make sense just like the rest of season 8.
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45,870 456 In Avengers: Endgame, Rhodes admits to Nebula he “wasn’t always like this”, which is true.
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38,468 176 Action 🎬
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37,949 239 In The Great Dictator (1940), Charlie Chaplin used two "x" instead of swastika to avoid getting demonetize on YouTube
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35,387 188 In the movie Up (2009), Russell has a round appearance. This is because he is obese.
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32,697 161 Actor Finn Wolfhard was not considered for a role in the 1990 screen adaptation of Stephen Kings “It” due this his being born in 2002 and the constraints imposed by a linear understanding of time.
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31,503 425 Despite being called “The boy in the striped pyjamas” the boy actually never wears pyjamas, but instead a prison uniform.
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29,504 540 In “Spider-man: Into the Spider-verse” (2018), Miles Morales can be seen with dark skin. This is because he is black and a completely different character than Peter Parker, who is white. This is completely okay and isn’t pandering toward “snowflakes”. You’re just a racist, Daryl, you fucking bitch.
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28,858 170 In the Toy Story movies, Andy's mom never remarries. This is a subtle nod to how Andy and his mom were better off without a stepdad, just like how my mom and I are better off without Trevor. Stop dating my mom Trevor you stupid dick.
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28,780 212 During the final scene from The Dark Knight Rises, Alfred is seen tilting his head forward slightly, and then tilting his head back to its original position. This is a nod
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28,043 176 In Avengers Endgame: Ant Man says that the five hours he spent in the quantum realm equated to five years in the real world. This is subtle reference to the fact that over the last five years Paul Rudd has aged five hours.
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27,086 549 In Spiderman Far From Home, Peter likes MJ. Possibly suggesting that he is heterosexual.
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26,638 214 The phrase ‘Far From Home’ in the movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), is a reference to the fact that I had to drive 18 mins to get to the nearest theater which is the furthest away I’ve been from my house in nearly five years. I don’t get out much
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26,423 124 In cars (2006) Lightning McQueen shows his dishonesty early in the film when he states "I am speed" when actually he is in fact, a car.
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25,583 227 Originally Adolf Hitler was to be casted as "Adolf Hitler" in the movie "Look who's back". But he committed suicide due to unknown reasons
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24,918 244 Avengers: Endgame took away one widow to give us another
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24,794 197 The Winter Soldier gets his name from the red star on his arm, which symbolizes Christmas, a winter holiday
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24,690 118 In Avengers Endgame (2019), Hawkeye asks Black Widow to not give him Hope. This is because his wife is actually named Laura. Hope is the girlfriend of Scott Lang (Ant-Man).
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24,165 227 In The Lion King (2019), if you look closely you can notice the dust cloud spell out "SEX" in the sky.
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23,906 135 Much to my dismay, Aquaman (2018) is NOT a sequel to The WaterBoy (1998).
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23,751 131 In Toy Story, due to budgetary constraints, the animators had to reuse the character model for Buzz Lightyear for another character; Mrs. Nesbitt. They hid they're subtle trickery with a hat an apron, but if you look closely you can see she is missing the same arm Buzz lost earlier on.
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23,656 352 Spider-man’s costume is red and blue, because Peter Parker has no idea what color spiders are.
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23,397 196 In the Harry Potter film series (2001-2011), the titular character features a scar in the shape of an N on his forehead, signifying his eternal N-word pass.
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23,374 167 In Captain America: The First Avenger (2011), there is a scene where- oh fuck my contact lense fell out shit I can’t fucking see anything
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23,240 81 In "The Matrix" (1999), Freddie Prinze Jr. does not receive any acting credits. That's because I forgot my glasses and this is apparently Keanu Reeves
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23,163 108 In the famous 90s classic, Home Alone, Kevin’s parents are extremely concerned when they find out they’ve left him alone. This is because they fear he will discover masturbation and no Christian son of mine will ever do that no sir.
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22,852 198 In The Social Network, Everyone Hates Mark Zuckerberg for Creating Facebook. This foreshadows Real Life When Everyone Will Come to Hate Mark Zuckerberg for Creating Facebook
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22,663 431 In Harry Potter and the Philosophaurus’s Stones, we see that Harry gets an owl named Hedwig despite having the ability to literally talk to snakes. This is due to the fact that he is a stupid idiot.
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22,387 286 In San Andreas, Dwayne Johnson survives using nothing but his muscles and charm. Or maybe this is from Skyscraper? Could be Hobbes & Shaw? Not really sure to be honest.
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22,382 247 In Avengers: Age of Ultron, Captain America attempts to choke Ultron. This is because he is from the 1930s and doesn’t understand what a robot is.
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21,536 180 In Spider-Man; Far From Home (2018) Peter Parker yells the phrase “what the fuck”. This has nothing to do with Sony or Disney, but is in fact my reaction to the Amazon rainforest fires that have been destroying the world’s most ecologically important areas for the last three weeks.
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21,394 120 In John Wick 2 (2017) John Wick never gets shot, because in real life Keanu Reeves can dodge bullets, as evidenced by his earlier film, The Matrix (1999)
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21,288 82 In “Inside Out” (2015), Riley wears a yellow jacket. This is foreshadowing the events of “Kill Bill” where she wears the same attire
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21,101 480 In Pulp Fiction (1994) Tarantino wrote himself into the script so he could use the N-Word pass Samuel L Jackson gave him to its full extent
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20,648 164 In Captain America: Civil War, a Fed Ex deliverer asks if a Tony Stank lives there. James Rhodes points to Tony Stark, lies and says he is Tony Stank, thus both committing mail fraud.
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20,469 168 In Kingsman: The Golden Circle (2017), the character Elton John is played by Elton John. Taron Egerton (who plays Elton John in real life) was unavailable for the role, as he was already in the film as Eggsy.
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20,297 110 In the hit movie Phineas and Ferb, director Dan Povenmire made the controversial choice to release the movie weekly in 20 minute parts. This inspired many other movies to do the same, creating what we now call “shows.”
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20,108 113 In Detective Pikachu we see Ash and Pikachu taking drugs before a tournament, this is a subtle nod to the fact that I pirated the wrong Pokemon movie.
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19,602 247 In Avengers: Endgame, Tony Stark was able to perfectly flick Ant-man into the Tesseract case because he had been practicing by playing Paper Football with Nebula on the Benatar
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18,907 263 In Logan (2017), Logan berates Laura for reading an X-Men comic book and says that maybe a quarter of it happened. This is a nod to 20th Century Fox continuously disregarding X-Men fans and being only 25% faithful to original X-Men storylines.
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18,880 123 In Star Wars Episode 3, after defeating General Grievous, Obi-Wan says, "so uncivilized". This is a reference to the fact that Grievous fought the whole battle naked, which is quite uncivilized, indeed.
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18,365 138 In Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), Peter Parker says "Oh, great. No webs." This is foreshadowing to the state of the MCU in Phase 4.
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18,192 140 In Endgame, we hear the phrase 'I love you 3000.' the subtle use of 3000 actually refers to how many days I've gone without seeing my kids.
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18,183 135 In the movie Avengers: Endgame you can see Hulk's nipple glowing when Ancient One pinches it.
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18,132 105 In the film “Spider-Man: Far From Home” Spider-Man pays homage to Captain America by no longer being in the MCU.
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18,068 192 Avengers: Infinity War (2019): Thanos (James Brolin) tells Dr Strange (Benedict Cumberland) that once he gets all the Infinity Stones, he can snap his fingers and half of all life will cease to exist. At the end of the movie, he does exactly this. Brilliant foreshadowing from the Russo brothers.
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17,836 85 In the movie Cars 2(2009), this image plays for the entire duration of the film, subtlely refering to the fact that my shitty roommate steve forgot to pay the cable bill again.
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17,779 84 Steven Spielberg's "Jaws" (1975) and "Lincoln" (2012) both take place in a country called "America", suggesting both films share the same cinematic universe.
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17,596 108 "Frozen" (2013) and "Wonder Woman" (2017) both take place in a land called "3D" suggesting that they share the same universe where women are the dominant gender.
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17,265 97 In "Skyfall" (2012) James Bond tells Moneypenny that he is "going to do some things the old fashioned way". He then gets shaved by a black woman. That's because James Bond is actually a racist asshole who supports slavery.
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