7 More Things You NEVER Noticed In Famous Movies!

Our first edition of this topic was a huge hit, proving once again that Buzzfeed-esque articles are the best way to do business on the internet as long as you’re careful not to slip in the puddles of idiot drool that inevitably form. WARNING: The following revelations may literally EAT YOUR BRAIN’S MIND POCKETS LIKE CHERRY JELL-O WITH GRAPES!

1) Batman Begins

At the end of the movie, Lieutenant Gordon shows Batman a playing card with a joker on it. In the next movie, The Dark Night, Batman fights a criminal also called the Joker!



2) The Sixth Sense

The twist ending reveals that Bruce Willis’s character was a ghost all along, and Haley Joel Osment’s character could see him because he earlier claimed, “I see dead people”!

i see dead people


3) Gravity

If you look closely in the background when the debris initially hits, you can see one of the astronauts get blasted in the face by a chunk of it. This explains why later George Clooney and Sandra Bullock discover that a large portion of his face his missing!

gravity face


4) Jaws

The movie’s title comes from the little-known fact that sharks have jaws, which is where their teeth are kept, and they eat things with them.



5) Men In Black

The name of the Men In Black organization is never explained, but if you pause the movie when J and K are on screen and turn your TV’s brightness and contrast to 100, you can just make out that they’re wearing dark-colored suits!



6) Jurassic Park

Scientists have theorized that the Tyrannosaurus Rex was a carnivore, or “meat eater,” which partially explains why it tries to eat people, who are made of meaty flesh!



7) The Passion of the Christ

This movie is based on a popular book called “The Bible,” which also features the Jesus character!

The passion of the christ mel gibson


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