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Spartacus (1960) Plot hole In the scene where the Romans try to locate the rebel leader Spartacus in the captured slave army, most of the other slaves also identify themselves as being named "Spartacus". The movie never explains this coincidence.
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Tim Hicks 31 Jul 18
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Huh. MY name is Legion.
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movie_goofs 31 Jul 18
Replying to @TimInBC
Legion (TV series, 2017) Continuity In Chapter 6, there's a distinctive-looking door in the mental institution which is missing in some scenes.
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Christoph Dimpker 30 Jul 18
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Life of Brian (1979) Plot hole In the scene where the Romans try to locate Brian, most of the other crucified people identify themselves as Brian, including a man and his wife. The name Brian wasn't common during that time period. Neither is it a woman's name.
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Maynard Handley 30 Jul 18
Replying to @Dimpkie @movie_goofs
Monty Python kept screwing up this way! In The Holy Grail they refer to a "Holy hand grenade of Antioch" but hand grenades did not exist during the crusades.
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Si Walker 30 Jul 18
Monty Python isn’t a documentary. They kept many things historically accurate (most was spot on, I believe the church confirmed), but like all fact-based movies, some elements are mere guesswork of what was available in the period depicted.
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movie_goofs 30 Jul 18
Monty Python's Flying Circus (TV series, 1969-1973) Character error In multiple episodes, John Cleese announces there will now be "something completely different", but it is followed by more of the same Monty Python's Flying Circus episode.
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Bigshotprof 31 Jul 18
Replying to @movie_goofs
It was a common name back then. For all intents and purposes, of the equivalent of Jim.
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Maya as The Siren 31 Jul 18
I am Jim!
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Nina Lewis 31 Jul 18
No, I am Jim!
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George J Peacock 31 Jul 18
I'm Brian and so's my wife.
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Bigshotprof 31 Jul 18
Monty Python's the Wife of Brian?
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George J Peacock 31 Jul 18
Yassss.
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Bigshotprof 1 Aug 18
Always look on the bright side!
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Steve Cattell 31 Jul 18
Like 1066 when an Army of 10,000 Normans invaded England. The most confusing roll call in history!
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Mirel 31 Jul 18
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Planet of the Apes (1968) Plot hole On a planet of apes; how did a viable population of humans emerge from the crashed remains of Megamaid? The only crew on bord during the crash were Dark Helmet, Colonel Sandurz, and President Skroob; all male.
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Sprezza 3 Aug 18
Life found a way
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Sh!tposting Badger Mom 1 Aug 18
Replying to @movie_goofs @Kafzeil
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