#6.) "A Solitary Error" (Taxi Driver)
A massive editing problem slips into the final cut of Taxi Driver, where Travis Bickle (Robert DeNiro) repeatedly questions someone off-camera, asking, "Are you talking to me?" The problem: As a different shot soon shows, no one is talking to him.
#5. "The Cup Conundrum" (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade)
In Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Han Solo (Indiana Jones) decides that a simple wooden cup is the Holy Grail, as it is "the cup of a carpenter." We know many carpenters, and none of them drink out of wooden cups. When we mentioned it to them, most found the idea ridiculous, and faintly insulting.
#4. "The Felt Fallacy" (Raiders of the Lost Ark)
Indiana Jones again, this time from Raiders of the Lost Ark. In the scene where Han Solo is in the snake pit and a cobra rears up threatening him, a reflection in the safety glass reveals that the snake is actually a felt puppet.
#3. "Safety Glass Slip-Up" (Raiders of the Lost Ark)
Also, ancient Egyptians didn't put safety glass in their snake pits.
#2. "Fluid Faux-pas" (American Pie)
In American Pie, Stifler (Seann William Scott) accidentally drinks a nearly-full beer with semen mixed into it. He notices the taste and reacts almost immediately. After conducting some limited research on our own (we invite you to try the same at home), CRACKED found that the taste of semen is only immediately noticeable when mixed with less than a quarter cup of beer.
#1. "Trojan Farce" (Troy)
At the end of the film Troy, the Greeks appear to retreat from their siege of Troy, leaving an enormous wooden horse behind as a gift for the Trojans. The Trojans take this horse into their city, and while they sleep, Grecian soldiers slip out from the horse and sack the city. Did none of the filmmakers notice that this is ridiculous? Honestly? A fucking wooden horse?