30 Easter Eggs And Other Details Of Your Favorite Movies You Totally Missed.
If you look at the cover of "The Princess Bride" 20th Anniversary Edition DVD, you'll be able to do this.
The DVD cover was designed so that you can read the title upside down. But for some reason, you'll feel the need to stand on your head and experience the blood rushing to your head in order to read both sides.
In "The Truman Show," Jim Carrey's character, Truman, copes with limited sun exposure with this.
In an early scene, we get a glimpse of a Vitamin D bottle in Truman's home, which keeps people who don't get a lot of sunshine, healthy. It's too bad that Vitamin D can't help him cope with the fact his whole life was a lie.
The "Harry Potter" films continued to get darker with each sequel, but that wasn't the only thing.
From the first "Harry Potter" film all the way to the last, the intro with the WB logo continues to get darker and darker, which is a great excuse to do a "Harry Potter" marathon tonight to see if we're right.
In "Shaun of the Dead," Nick Frost's Ed shares how things will happen throughout the movie.
Our minds are blown by how Ed shares key events all laid out in order before the zombies start to rise, to his friend, Shaun, played by Simon Pegg. Ironically, this spoiler-filled scene didn't ruin the film for any of us.
In "Star Trek," a Dyson hand dryer gets new life as 23rd century technology in the sci-fi film.
You were probably too busy watching Dr. McCoy drag Kirk into sickbay rather than notice that a blow dryer was subbing as futuristic technology. Mind (and hands) blown!
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