In Lethal Weapon 2, Sergeant Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover) bravely shoots an unarmed South African diplomat in the head, even though he has diplomatic immunity. Yet in Lethal Weapon 3, surprisingly little time seems to have passed, considering the 25-year jail sentence Murtaugh would have received for this unjustified murder.
#13."Sand and Sandals Slip-up" (Gladiator)
During the filming of Gladiator, Oliver Reed stormed off the set before the film was completed, following a beard-related argument with director George Lucas. This forced the film crew to shoot many of the final scenes with his stand in, Chris Tucker. The filmmakers made no attempt to conceal the sudden switchover.
#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.