The Top 19 Movie Blunders of All Time

#12. "Spain Snafu" (Gladiator)

Also in the film Gladiator, Maximus (Russell Crowe) is a Roman general who only longs to return to his home in Spain and work on his farm. The only problem: People in Spain don't work.

#11. "Sartorial Stumble" (Braveheart)

In Braveheart, the vast majority of the men are wearing skirts throughout the entire film, but this is never commented on by anyone.

#10. "Robot Oversight" (The Terminator)

In The Terminator, the Terminator (Arnold Schwarzenegger) is seen being destroyed in a hydraulic press. Yet in the creatively named sequel, Terminator 2, his character reappears 1) nude and 2) completely unharmed. This is 1a) disturbing, 1b) unnecessary and 2) never explained.

#9. "Copy Error" (Capote)

In Capote, Truman Capote (Phillip Seymour Hoffman) travels to a small town to solve a mysterious murder. The problem? This is the exact same plot as every episode of Scooby-Doo.

#8. "Dance Delusion" (Pulp Fiction)

In Pulp Fiction, Vincent Vega (John Travolta) is seen easily performing a dance called the Batusi, which is in reality an incredibly strenuous dance only capable of being performed by people with years of martial arts training and Adam West.

#7.) "Inaccurate Italians" (Goodfellas)

The movie Goodfellas contains many inaccurate depictions of Italian-Americans, including a scene where one holds down a job for several months.

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