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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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Si Walker Jul 30
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 Jul 30
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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movie_goofs Jul 30
Dead Poets Society (1989) Character error Todd (Ethan Hawke) describes Walt Whitman as a "sweaty-toothed madman". However, teeth do not contain sweat glands and therefore cannot sweat.
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Tim Hicks Jul 31
Replying to @movie_goofs
Huh. MY name is Legion.
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movie_goofs Jul 31
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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movie_goofs Aug 1
Replying to @jk188826 @ETimsNet
Spartacus (1960) Character error Spartacus (Kirk Douglas) declares that he is not an animal. But Spartacus is a member of the human race. Scientists classify humans as being of the genus Homo, family Hominidae, class Mammalia, in the kingdom Animalia, in other words an animal.
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