Romantic comedies can make you fall in love ... and laugh your butt off, which is destined to happen in this weekend's “Isn’t It Romantic?” While the highs, lows, and mishaps that rom-com heroines experience while finding love are entertaining, comedy can't always hide a movie's notable goofs. So, while you're not laughing, crying, or doing something in between, you may notice a few glaring errors in some of your favorite rom-coms, like “Bridget Jones’s Diary” and “10 Things I Hate About You.” All photos courtesy of MovieMistakes.com.
Attempting to rescue Jack, Rose smashes the glass from the case and grabs the axe. The next shot of Rose, however, shows her grabbing the axe, but the glass in the case is nearly intact.
'10 Things I Hate About You' (1999)
Kat and Patrick are messing around, playing paintball on a day off from school. Just before Kat and Patrick kiss, it's clear that Patrick has only a little paint on him. As the camera pulls in close for the kiss, Patrick is now covered with paint.
'The Notebook' (2004)
During their first date, Noah (Ryan Gosling) lies down on the road. His body is initially aligned with the double yellow lines, but when Allie (Rachel McAdams) joins him, Noah has now moved several feet over.
'Gone With the Wind' (1939)
When Scarlett's father announces that the war is over, Melanie can be seen standing empty-handed on the stairs. However, in the next shot of her (still on the stairs), she is holding her baby.
'Love Actually' (2003)
When the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) is meeting the household staff, his tie changes between shots.
'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' (2008)
When Peter (Jason Segel) is talking to Aldous (Russell Brand) on the surfboard, Peter is wearing a brown rash guard. When the men get to shore, however, the shirt has become black.
'P.S. I Love You' (2007)
When Gerry returns to Holly after their fight, his suspenders alternate between being on and off.
'Pride & Prejudice' (2005)
As Lizzy sits in Charlotte's house, a view from the outside shows one of the windows open. However, when Mr. Darcy comes inside to propose to her, every one of the windows is closed.
'Notting Hill' (1999)
After William (Hugh Grant) accidentally spills orange juice on Anna (Julia Roberts), they go back to his flat to change. She changes and leaves, while William's shirt remains stained. An instant later, Anna returns and they kiss, however, his shirt is now suddenly clean and ironed!
‘Ever After’ (1998)
When Danielle (Drew Barrymore) is serving breakfast to her stepmother and stepsisters, she leaves the kitchen with her hair pulled back, but when she enters the dining room her hair is in front of her shoulders.
'Pretty Woman' (1990)
The curious case of the disappearing croissant! The morning after Vivian's first night in the hotel, she's seen eating a croissant, then it cuts to Edward. When we cut back to Vivian, who's eating a pancake that magically goes from half-eaten to full pancake. Big mistake. Huge.