If you've ever noticed a glaring mistake in a movie, you know it's pretty damn hard to un-see it with every subsequent rewatch, unfortunately. Well, that is, unless you enjoy finding mistakes in films, like the eagle-eyed film buffs over at MovieMistakes.com, which put out its annual list of the movies with the most continuity mistakes, audio issues, factual errors, and other production blunders for 2015. Topping the list are some of the year's biggest movies, Furious 7, Jurassic World, and The Martian.
While some would argue that most flicks starring Vin Diesel are mistakes in general, the site counted 41 production mistakes in Furious 7, including at least 15 issues with continuity and even two instances in which film crew or equipment were visible. And remember all the fuss and criticism surrounding Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) running away from hungry dinosaurs wearing high heels in Jurassic World this summer? Well, that made the list, too, but not for the simple reason that such footwear would have certainly caused her to become a T-Rex snack. Instead, the site found that the amount of dirt and mud on her shoes changed in different shots of the same scene, among 32 other blunders throughout the film.
Here are the 10 movies with the most mistakes, according to the site:
1. Furious 7 - 41 mistakes
2. Jurassic World - 33 mistakes
3. The Martian - 19 mistakes
4. Spectre - 16 mistakes
5. Mad Max: Fury Road - 15 mistakes
6. Ant-Man - 12 mistakes
7. Terminator Genisys - 10 mistakes
8. Fifty Shades of Grey - 8 mistakes
9. Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No! - 7 mistakes
10. Minions - 7 mistakes
In case you are wondering, Star Wars: The Force Awakens comes in at No. 25 on the list, with just three mistakes noted on the site so far, which is pretty BB-Gr8 (sorry, had to).
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Tony Merevick is Cities News Editor at Thrillist and actually loves when he notices a continuity mistake in a movie. Send news tips to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @tonymerevick.