30 Easter Eggs And Other Details Of Your Favorite Movies You Totally Missed.
Some movies are so amazing that you simply can't wait until the DVD comes out, so you decide to watch it again before it stops playing in theaters forever. But there are a lot of details that cinematographers have added to some of our all-time favorite films that many of us simply miss. So, here's an amazing compilation of movies that actually have some of the coolest hidden details that you totally missed because you were too captivated by the storyline or the famous actors and actresses. By the time you're done reading this list, you might be compelled to re-watch these movies all over again, but with a fresh perspective.
In "Back to the Future," Marty McFly altered the timeline and the name of the local mall.
At the beginning of the film, we see Marty walking to the Twin Pines Mall. But when he goes back in time, he runs over one of the trees with his time-traveling DeLorean. This results in the mall being called Lone Pine Mall when he returns to his own time at the end of the film.
In "Pulp Fiction," there's an excellent joke hidden in the credits for the coffee shop manager.
Knowing how insane director Quentin Tarantino's sense of humor is, it makes perfect sense that he would credit the coffee shop owner, played by actor Robert Ruth, from the robbery scene as "Coffee Shop."
In "Fargo," Steve Buscemi's character, Carl, proves the movie is happening in real-time... sort of.
Carl delivers a line that suggests that in 30 minutes, "we wrap this thing up," which coincides with the fact that there are only 30 minutes remaining in the film at the exact moment Carl says his line.
In "Spider-Man 2," Peter Parker needed a "strong focus," and he literally got that.
After Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man, leaped off a building, he landed on a Ford Focus, which wasn't damaged by the impact when he slammed into the vehicle. So technically, he got exactly what he asked for, "a strong focus."
For "Interstellar," director Christopher Nolan decided to plant corn in lieu of using a CGI farm.
Nolan planted 500 acres of corn for the film. But after the film, he sold the corn and earned back the money he spent to plant all that corn in the field. What else could he do with that much corn? Sheer genius!
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