1Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
In Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010), during Scott's call with Envy, we can see photos of her breaking up with him in the background. The fact that he still keeps these photos shows his inability to move on.
In The Mask (1994), when Stanley Ipkiss becomes The Mask, he starts spinning, like a tornado. In that scene a Looney Tunes' Taz themed Pillow can be seen on the couch.
Bill Murray falling over on his way out of the restaurant in Scrooged (1988) was not scripted. He slipped on the water he just threw on the waiter
In Coraline (2009), the “welcome home” cake features a double loop on the O in “home.’ According to Graphology, a double loop on a lower case O means that the person who wrote it is lying. There is only one double loop, meaning she is welcome but she is not home.
In Titanic (1997), Jack tells Rose that he went ice fishing on Lake Wissota in Wisconsin. Lake Wissota was formed in 1917 by the creation of a hydroelectric dam on the Chippewa River, 5 full years after the Titanic sank.
In 6 Underground (2019) at 14:42 you can see Ryan Reynolds recording a video for his social media.
7Captain America: Civil War
In Captain America: Civil War, if you look closely on the right side of War Machine’s chest piece, you can see tally marks of kills in the form of tiny Ultron heads, referencing the battle for Sokovia in Age of Ultron.
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8Toy Story 4
In Toy Story 4 (2019), a closer look at Buzz Lightyear shows that his stickers are slowly starting to peel away.
In Aliens (1986), the knife trick scene was originally going to be done by Bishop (Lance Henrickson) alone. Henrickson suggested to director James Cameron to have Hudson's (Bill Paxton) hand put on top of his, and Cameron agreed. Everyone on set was told about the change except Bill Paxton.
10The Order Of The Phoenix
In Harry Potter: The Order Of The Phoenix (2007) the girl in white can be seen recoiling in the background; this is because she has bumped into a Thestrel connected to the carriage.