I was just looking on www.moviemistakes.com when I saw some mistakes about Lord Of the rings. Here they are. Merry and Pippin were bound when taken by the Uruk-hai, and the bonds weren't cut until after they managed to escape during the fight. Yet, when the horse almost crashed down on Pippin, he had his arms spread out up near his face, not bound, even though they weren't cut until later. In the next shot, his hands are bound again.
In the scene where Sam and Frodo are in the field with the scarecrow, you can plainly see a car cruising past in the distance, from right to left. Further comment - there are two different shots which show the car moving from right to left. One starts at the top right distance, and in a shot a few seconds later the car has traveled down the road a bit and is more easily visible. Complicating matters is that the dust thrown up by the car looks similar to smoke from a chimney in the right distance, making some people think it is just the chimney. But chimneys don't move, and the smoke from the chimney is separate from the moving vehicle.
In the final battle scene, when Aragorn and crew are creating a "diversion" outside the gates of Mordor, everyone is on horseback. Later in the scene, when Aragorn and the other warriors charge the enemy, they are on foot. Even if they did dismount, where are the horses?
Have you seen these before? Have you noticed any other mistakes? If so please post them.
An interesting fact is that the car going by, which you mentioned above, was edited out for the release of the movies. It could only be seen in theaters, one can't go check their DVD/video for a chance to see it.
The "funny" happens at the end of it. Throughout the whole 50 reasons there were times I wondered what this guy was smoking, and even though I'm not a hardcore fan of the movies I was a bit unsettled over some of the crap he said.
Then at the end I was like, "UGH! I've been punk'd!"
Last Edit: Jun 5, 2005 12:05:36 GMT -5 by sarahrama
That website was a little harsh.... Lotr is a good trilogy, and if you think about it, more people are probably into the lotr MOVIE then the asoue MOVIE... the books its the other way around but still...