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  Liar Liar (1997)

 

  License to Kill (1989)    Buy this movie

 

  Life (1999)    Buy this movie
  • In two scenes you can see M. Lawrence and E. Murphy almost blow scenes by laughing. In the scene where they are balancing on the bottles you can see Murphy almost laugh. Then, in the scene where Murphy's (Ray Gibson) character is asking what plan M. Lawrence's (Claude Banks) is working on. Murphy turns out the lights and tells Lawrence what he would do with the wet bed sheets. Just as he turns out the light you can see Martin Lawrence start to laugh. (VHS) - ricardo

 

  Life as a House (2001)
  • (Revealing mistakes) After the building inspector arrives for the first time, Kevin Kline's character, George, tells his son, Sam, to sit down. Except he calls him by the actor's real name: "Sit down, Hayden!" - mrtb
  • (Continuity) In the scene where the son is watching Nightmare on Elm Street, watch the movie closely when Tina is running from Freddy. When the camera pans between the father and son talking, the movie re-shows that scene three times. (VHS) - jamie

 

  Life of Brian (1979)
  • After the group sings for he's a jolly good fellow to Brian the stand in for John Cleese can be seen just as the group turns around before the group of Romans let by John Cleese go to walk past them. - trevor mather
  • As Brian is occupied by the beggar, his mother opens the door to their flat twice. - Darev
  • In the scene where Brian falls from the little balcony onto the stage, if you look closely after the first time that the camera moves of his face and onto the crowd, you can just see the balcony intact over his right shoulder. (TV) - ollie
  • (Crew/equipment visible) At the end when Brian is being crucified, in several shots a modern house can be seen on a hill in the background; Also in the same seen a man dressed in modern clothing (looks like jeans and a dark-buttoned shirt)can be seen briefly seen walking in a dry river bed behind the crucifixes. - rick

 

  Life With Mikey (1993)
  • I have a question. I have the British version of Life With Mikey which is re-named Gimme A Break for some reason. Anyways, near the beginning, when Mike is nearly beaten up by the limo driver, he sings the theme tune to 'Life With Mikey'. He says: "He's wacky, he's wild, he's everyone's favourite child, it's life with Mikey" etc etc but the words don't fit his lips. Was this changed in the Brit copy or is it just a blooper? Anyone know what he's supposed to say??? - Sidewinder

 

  Lilo & Stitch (2002)
  • Near the end of the movie, Stitch steals a truck filled with a flammable material. However, don't you need a HazMat (Hazardous Materials) license to drive those? ;) (Theatre) - Sonic
  • In one scene, Jumba and Pleakley are watching Stitch when a "whole flock" of mosquitoes bite Pleakley. In the next scene involving them, Jumba says, "Now this is interesting" and Pleakley says, "What?" However, when the scene cuts to show Pleakley, his mouth is covered with bandages. A good example of the animators not talking to the writers. (Theatre) - Sonic
  • (Plot holes) In the movie, Lilo has no teeth but speaks perfectly clear. (Theatre) - Sonic
    • Correction: There are only two times that Lilo has teeth and that's when Nani wraps her up in the blanket and Lilo growls at her. - Ray
  • (Spoiler) At the end of the movie, after Lilo is rescued from Captain Gantu and they're on the beach, Cobra Bubbles (the social worker) shows up. How did he get there? Don't you think the aliens would have more security? (Theatre) - Sonic
  • (Plot holes) At the end of the movie, The Grand Council Woman mentions seeing Bubbles in Roswell... Which means she has been to earth. But at the beginning, she doesn't even know what a human is! It sounds as if she has no knowledge of Earth whatsoever. - kisekinoumi

 

  Linguini Incident , The (1992)    Buy this movie
  • When Lucy is practicing her escaping in her home, all throughout the scene the length of the circle in the noose keeps changing. - Kaity
  • Also in the scene where Lucy is practicing escaping you can clearly see the right hand side of her hand cuff is not done up at all, yet she acts as if it is done up. - Kaity

 

  Lion King, The (1995)

(Sexual references in this and other Disney movies are not goofs. Therefore, they are mentioned in the Movie Trivia section.)

  • Simba asks Mufasa as the sun is rising (in the east) what the shadowy place off to the right is (making it SOUTH). Later, Scar refers to it as "what's beyond the rise of the northern border". - Kristen

 

  Lion King II: Simba's Pride (1998)
  • (Continuity) After Zira fell off cliff and into the water. In the next scene show Kovu with no scar on his right eye. - Lion King Fan
  • In a scene where Zira is checking Kovu. The next scene shows Zira's ear clip on the right ear instead on the left ear. - Lion King Fan
  • After Zira died. The next scene shows Kovu without a scar on his right eye then his scar is back on his right eye again. - Lion King Fan

 

 Little Foxes, The (1941)
  • (Continuity) In one scene Regina (Bette Davis) comes in from the rain. In some shots her shoulders are wet, seconds later she's dry again. (Theatre) - Webmaster

 

  Little Giants (1994)
  • In the scene where the mayor is announcing from the fifty yard line when they switch camera angles he's about 10 yards away from the 50 yard line. - sly
  • In the scene where Beccy and her dad are talking about her not making the team at breakfast, notice in a few scenes she has about 1/2 an inch of choc. in her milk. Later she has 1/2 a glass of choc. in her milk...when did she add it...??? (VHS) - K
  • After Becky gets into a fight with her dad (when she comes home with the box with the cheerleading outfit in it), she says, "No dad, this game means everything in the world to you." Then she trips running up the stairs. The moment was dramatic, this was no time for a scripted fall. - Kay D
    • Correction: A goof is something that was not in the script, or something weird in a movie. Your "goof" is nothing more then your opinion. A person opinion is not a goof, so this is not a goof. - Chubb's
  • (Plot holes) When we first meet scrawny little Jake (the boy with the overparanoid mom) his mom is telling the coach about the shrink and mentions that she and her husband never thought they would be able to have kids and what a difficult time she had giving birth to Jake. Later on, I think during the big game, someone insults Jake, can't remember what exactly they call him but anyways, he shouts back something like "Only my sister can call me that". With such a difficult birth, where did the sister come from? And to rule out theories, she does mention that Jake is her first, granted he could have a half sister from his dad but then she's never at his games and never mentioned again. And, even if his mom managed to have another child after him, I know I wouldn't be letting my younger sister insult me like that. - kallybuff

 

  Little Mermaid, The (1989)

(Sexual references in this and other Disney movies are not goofs. Therefore, they are mentioned in the Movie Trivia section.)
  • The party scene of Eric in a ship has one part where one of the crew member's shirt suddenly changes color. - prootski
  • Near the end, when Eric tells Ariel that he won't leave her (Ursula was causing havoc), he doesn't move his mouth to speak. - prootski
Ariel
  • When Ariel enters a cave underwater, she blocks the entrance with a big rock. However when she exits the cave, the rock is gone. - prootski
  • When I was at my grandmothers I watched a few scenes from "The little Mermaid 2". I'm surprised no one saw this one. When Melody (I think that's her name) is talking to the crab, in the background you can see step leading to the castle nothing on them, yet when Melody turns around, her parents are there talking. - David

 

  Little Mermaid 2, The (2000)
  • Not a "goof" Right after Ariel tells King Tritan that Melody can not know about merpeople, King Tritan agrees and drops the golden sea-shell locket in the ocean. Right?? Well, you'll notice that it sinks the exact, I mean exact way the Heart of the Ocean sinks in Titanic. Cool! - Cerasi
  • When Melody becomes a mermaid, she hangs the locket from her grandfather around her neck. Sometimes it's there, sometimes it's not. - Prootski
  • In the final confrontation involving Prince Eric and the witch, watch closely as Eric and his dog are jumping off the ship. (1) Eric has no sword or scabbard as he jumps off the ship. (2) As Eric stands on the ice, he has a drawn sword in his hand. (3) Eric then dramatically draws a sword from his scabbard for the "first" time. (4) Eric has no sword in his hand or scabbard on his belt when he's dragged into the ocean. - Kieth Moreland

 

  Little Nicky (2000)   Buy this movie
  • During the scene when Nicky and his friends are having cake, the camera pulls back to show Nicky sitting on a BBQ to keep him warm. He doesn't get hurt at all of course, but shouldn't his coat be totally torched? - Scott F.
  • Early in the movie when Nicky gets his brother to drink from the skull flask, he says while going in, "You mother fu--" and then you can't hear the rest because he is inside the flask. But much later, when Nicky and his black brother (can't remember his name) are fighting together in the flask, you can hear every blow and word they say. Strange... - Scott F.
    • Explanation: In Little Nicky, at the end, you can hear what the brothers are saying in the flask because the top thing isn't on!!! DUH!!!! - Moon
    • Correction: In the final fight in the flask, the top is on the flask because when the blonde brother comes out the top opens to let him escape. Therefore we should not be able to hear them talking. (VHS) - joeykicc
  • How come when the brothers leave together and no more souls can come into Hell, why can Little Nicky die multiple times and get into Hell? - Jeremy
    • Explanation: Nicky can die several different times because he is not a mortal, he is partially the devil, so he has no soul. They say that in the movie if you would listen. - joey kicc
    • Explanation: No souls can get into hell, but Nicky can because he's the son of the devil. That's why he can die many times and still get into hell. - Sub-Zero
  • Early on in the movie, Little Nicky's father tells him that he has to go to earth to save him. Nicky says "I can't go to earth dad, I never even slept over some other dudes house." Then later on in the movie outside of the apartment, the dog tells Nicky "Don't forget to do that sleep thing I told you about." Nicky knew what sleep was before, how come he doesn't now? My sister, Liz, told me this one. - John

 

  Little Rascals, The (1994)   Buy this movie
  • While Alfalfa and Darla are in the boat on the river Darla slicks backs his little antenna thing on his head. Right when they kiss you can tell it is up. Then next scene (out of enjoyment) it pops right up. -Road Dogg
  • When Alfalfa is going to ride the go-cart to the talent show he puts the helmet on over his hair, but in the next shot his hair is somehow sticking up through the helmet. - Vince Dad
  • When Buckweet get the note from the dog if you look closely he is looking at it right side up, he then hands the note to Porkey, without flipping in around, and it is somehow upside down. - Vince Dad
  • When Alfalfa rides the go-cart to the talent show he takes the dog with him, but when they all leave the dog is nowhere to be seen. - Vince Dad
  • When the go-cart is stolen the helmet is with it. But somehow in the race Alfalfa is wearing the helmet. - Vince Dad
  • When Darla gives Alfalfa her handkerchief he is in the dance outfit. After the recital he takes of the outfit and is running home in his underwear. When he jumps into the pool you can clearly see he dose not have the handkerchief, but in the end he has it for the race. - Vince Dad

 

  Little Vampire, The (2000)
  • In the scene where the vampire rescues the boy Tony, he says"Shut your eyes,Tony!" before Tony even has told him his name. - Celeste

 

  Live and Let Die (1973)
  • (Factual errors) When Rosey holds up the revolver to the boat driver, the Rosey says "I could have shot you!" The driver says "You could have even killed me if you'd taken off the safety catch." Revolvers don't have safety catches! - hotdog4
  • During the first part when Bond is in the taxi, and the driver is killed, all of the cars in the scene are Chevys, except the last one (a Ford) which of course they crash into. - Kool Aid Drinker
  • (Continuity) At the beginning of the movie when Bond gets his watch back he says to pull the button on the watch to activate the magnite, but in every other scene where the magnite is used he turns the dial on the watch. - AJ
  • (Revealing mistakes) In the scene where the claw-armed guy is about to crash Bond's gun, look closely, you can clearly see the mark on the gun where it is supposed to bend. - tochi
  • (Continuity) When Mr. Big points at Solitaire and says "Did you mess with that" he has gloves on both hands. In the next shot, one of them has vanished. (VHS) - Psycho Mantis

 

  Living Daylights, The (1987)   Buy this movie
  • (Just a funny remark) - When Bond is in the ferris wheel, he attempts to kiss the girl. She refuses at first, and explains why. Then Bond says: "Don't think, just let it happen..." Notice how our little impervious British casanova, who has had at least a dozen women before, is actually SHIVERING and TREMBLING (his hands, at least), as he is saying to let it happen. - Yann Ropers
  • The red light numeric display on the time bomb shows it ticking away the last few seconds ..... 8 - 7 - 6 ..... About 5 seconds later we see it again but now it's ticking off another minute ..... 59 - 58 - 57 ..... (TV) - Soma
    • Correction: When soma says first, the last seconds are ticking away, and then the bomb starts with a new minute. When you look at those "last seconds", you can obviously see that there is the number one in front of them. So those were the last seconds of the last-but-one minute! My conclusion is that Soma had seen the movie once, and didn't bother to check it a second time. (TV) - Bart

 

  Logan's Run (1976)
  • At the very end of the movie, Michael York says that the city must be powered by the tide. He spent his entire life in the city and should have no idea what a tide is. - Utah Trader
    • Maybe someone told him or maybe he opened a book?

 

  Lonesome Dove (1989)
  • When the boys are crossing the river naked, if you look in the saddle you can see more than ropes bouncing! - Paul Cat
  • The horse Tommy Lee Jones' character rides throughout the movie is named "Hellbitch" and is supposed to be a mare (female horse). In couple of scenes, if you pay close enough attention, you can see that the horse is actually a male horse. (TV) - Elliott Elkins

 

  Longest Day, The (1962)
  • As the troops are storming beach obstacles, at the very far end of the beach you see beach is free of any obstacles. - pat
  • When the Americans approach the high cliffs at Pont du Hoc, the war-memorial that was erected after the war can be seen at the top of the cliffs. - Olav Westerman
  • In addition to Pat's input, a hotheaded German ace and his wingman attack the British beaches. As the planes pull off of their strafing run, a camera mounted inside of one of the cockpits catches the end of the beach obstacles, and presumably the end of the set. - Chuck Saint
  • In a sequence showing the invasion fleet, a flight of fighters fly overhead in formation. They appear to be Douglas A-1 Skyraiders, which became operational during the Korean war. - Chuck Saint
  • While the Allied paratroopers are landing, a German soldier is seen running to meet the threat, and opens fire with a British Bren gun. More Germans can be seen manning a US made quad-50. - Chuck Saint

 

 Long, Long Trailer, The (1954)
  • As the trailer goes past us before they go up the mountain at the end and just before they see the Dangerous for trailers notice, you can see a reflection of the camera crew on the side of the trailer. - Bob

 

  Longshot (2000?)
  • When Alex is singing to Kelly he's holding the mic. with one hand then in the next cut he's holding it with the other. (VHS) - Cerasi
  • When Deek is bulling Alex and Chip in the lunch room, Chip grabbes Alex's leg and gets dragged and his glasses fall off then in the next cut they're on him.(VHS) - Cerasi
  • When O-Town are talking about their own movie in the end, the dude with the black shirt and curly hair jumps over the recliner chair and trips. (VHS) - Cerasi

 

 Look Who's Talking (1989)
  • (Revealing mistakes) When the man from Mollie's dad's firm comes for a date he sits down to watch tv with Mikey. When they keep changing channels back and forth only the number on the tv stays at 3 the entire time. - CJ1017
  • (Revealing mistakes/continuity) Near the end of the movie when James (John Travolta) and Mollie (Kirstie Alley) are chasing the car they think Mikey is in, John Travolta's stunt double (driving the car) is wearing sun glasses, but when they show you John himself he is not wearing sun glasses. - CJ1017
  • (Continuity) In the scene where Molly is deciding what to dress Mikey for taking him to see Albert, she is deciding between the lamb and the blue jumper. The camera shows Mikey from behind in a white undershirt, when the camera shows him from the front he is wearing the lamb jumper being debated about. - rowdyred

 

 Look Who's Talking Too (1990)
  • This is really near the beginning of the movie when mikey yells "monster monster" John Travolta's character James runs in and if you look at the toy shelf behind him you'll see Pee Wee standing up, then the next shot he's down and it goes on like this for a couple more shots. (VHS) - CJ1017

 

  Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001)

 

  Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002)

 

  Lorenzo's Oil (1992)    Buy this movie
  • When Mr. Odone is trying to get the oil, talking to the chemist the time on the clock on the background keeps changing. First it says 11:53, then it says 11:57, and then it says 11:40. They all change within the same conversation! - Kaity

 

  Loser (2000)    Buy this movie
  • Paul goes to get pizza and a video for him and Dora. He goes to the pizza place first, but you see a brown bag with a video in his hands. Then, it shows him going to the video store and getting a movie, which he just had in the last scene. - Brooke

 

  Lost Boys, The (1987)    Buy this movie
  • The scene where Michael is floating in his room and the phone rings. In the scene before that he knocked it off the hook. It still rings anyway. - biglittlesmurf
  • When Michael first gets the urge for blood he is in the kitchen. He doubles over in pain and slams the milk carton on the ground, completely opening the top of the carton (square shape). However, after all the hoopla and Michael and Sam's mom comes home to see what was going on, she picks up the milk carton to put it back in the fridge...the carton is no longer spread wide open. It looks like it normally would if you just opened half the top. I guess the milk carton is part vampire too. - descended

 

  Lost Horizon, The (1937)    Buy this movie
  • The airplane is crash landing in the Himalayas and you can see the suspension cables showing. - pat

 

  Lost in Space (1998)    Buy this movie

Matt LeBlanc as Don West
Jack Johnson as Will Robinson

  • When Maj. West is talking to mission control on the big screen, he is clean shaven. In the next scene inside Jupiter 2 he has an instant 5 o'clock shadow. - Gregg Eshelman
  • Uh, sorry Will Robinson, you can't rebuild the robot that was left on the Proteus and DESTROYED! Ignoring that major goof, the rebuilt robot couldn't have left the time bubble until young Will finished rebuilding it outside, yet they leave the planet with BOTH the future rebuilt robot and a pile of robot parts. OOPS! The pile of parts _could_ have been explained with some line about spare parts, but that doesn't excuse the robot's existence in the _present_ (of the film) before it was finished. - Gregg Eshelman
  • After the launch of the Jupiter 2 when the Robinsons are in hyper sleep Major West says "just so i can take the family camper on a Intersteller Picnic". No one can here him because they are all asleep but later on in the movie Mr. Robinson says "The camper is all yours now". (DVD) - toddler

 

  Lost Souls (2000)    Buy this movie
  • In the scene where Winona Ryder's character first meets Peter at his office, the screen on his laptop computer is different in the angles they switch between - one shows a page break (bottom of one page, top of another) and the other shows a whole page. - Scott

 

  Lost Word: Jurassic Park, The (1997)    Buy this movie

 

  Love & Basketball (2000)    Buy this movie
  • When they are young, Quincy "supposedly" pushes Monica and gives her a life-long scar on the side of her face. If you look closely, he barely touches her, atleast not enough for a life-long scar as deep as that one. - Tavia

 

  Love Bug, The (1969)    Buy this movie
  • When Jim and that girl are first driving, and she's explaining all his mishaps, they pass the same red Beetle about three times (you can tell because the same cars are parked with it)! - Bob
  • Just after Jim's first victory, and him and Tennessee are talking, you can see lights that look like studio light's reflected on the hood. - Bob
  • When Jim is hanging from the bumper of Herbie on the bridge, Herbie's number on the front changes from having a huge smudge on it, to being clean! - Bob

 

  Love Letter, The (1999)    Buy this movie
  • When Tom Everett Scott jumps into the lake, he has his socks on, but when he gets out of the water, he doesn't have them on. - Joe

 

  Love Story (1970)

Ali MacGraw as Jenny Cavilleri
Ryan O'Neal as Oliver Barrett IV

  • Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal takes a cab from the roller-skate-track to the hospital. Later Ryan walks back to the same track, which is now located on the other side of the street.
  • As Jennifer calls to R.S.V.P. about the birthday party, her finger never moves from the same number on the dial. - Jamie

 

  Low Down Dirty Shame, A (1994)
  • In the beginning of the movie, Shane jumps out of the window, from the inside the window breaks as his silloutte, but when the shot shows the outside, the whole window is breaking. - Foxybrwn2

 

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