He Asks to Call for 911: Malcolm X

Denzel Washington played the charismatic and controversial black-power leader in this biopic. In the film, Malcolm screams for someone to call 911.

But no one could call 911, because there wasn’t a 911. 911 didn’t come around until 1968 — three years after Malcolm was assassinated

Mirror Comeback: Clueless

Clueless was an incredibly successful coming-of-age comedy that came out on the big screen in 1995. Starring Alicia Silverston, Brittany Murphy, and Paul Rudd, Clueless became an instant hit.

When daddy’s princess, Cher Horowitz, goes on her driving test she rams her jeep into a parked car and the right-hand mirror goes flying. However, by the end of the ride, the mirror is back, stronger than ever. She failed her test anyway.

Kid Saw that Coming: North by Northwest

North by Northwest is a 1959 American thriller starring Cary Grant. It’s one of Alfred Hitchcock’s best movies.

In the film, when a gun is about to go off, a child has his fingers in his ears before shots are even fired. Maybe this child has special powers!

Sherlock Runs Like an Olympian: Sherlock Holmes

In this blockbuster version of Sherlock Holmes, Robert Downey Jr. plays Sherlock and Jude Law plays Dr. John Watson — Sherlock’s best friend.

Rockin’ Too Soon: Back to the Future

Back to the Future is a time-travel classic. Michael J. Fox charmed millions of viewers as the hero Marty McFly.

All of the time traveling must have confused the script writers. In 1955, Fox was strumming a Gibson ES-345 guitar even though these were not made until 1958.

Sunglasses During Slavery: Django Unchained

Quentin Tarantino brought his hyper stylized filmmaking talents to this American tale about a bounty hunter and a slave seeking vengeance.

In the film, Django (the slave) wears tinted sunglasses as if they were the hot item of the moment. The truth is, sunglasses were extremely scarce at the time and were mostly used for medical purposes.