Waiting To Exhale

  • When Gloria's ex is about to tell her he's gay, you can't see any earrings in her ears. Yet when the camera is behind her, you can see her earrings.
  • Wall Street

  • The caption on the screen at the beginning of the movie indicates the year is 1985. However, when Charlie Sheen is being informed by his nimrod broker buddy of exactly the kind of "shark" he is dealing with in Gordon Gekko, the nimrod jokes that the day the Challenger exploded Gekko was on the phone "selling NASA stock short." Yet Challenger exploded in January, 1986, not 1985.
  • NASA is a US Governemtn agency and, therefore, does not have any stock to be traded.
  • In the scene where Gordon Gecko is having a meeting with Bud and members of Blue Star Airlines in Bud's apartment, Michael Douglas moves around the apartment during his speech. In one cut, it is clear he is wearing white sneakers that can be seen around the corner of the couch. He was probably never meant to be filmed this low or he missed his mark on the set. In the next cut, which is a longer shot, he is wearing dress shoes.
  • Wayne's World

  • When Wayne and his friends beam the music video to the record producers, Garth is seen in the basement with sun streaming through the window, yet the record producer's window shows that it's dark outside.
  • When Harry Met Sally

  • Sally's hair changes lengths throughout the movie to depict the style changes of the era. In the middle of the movie, while during a montage of Harry and Sally hanging out together, as she orders yet another meal, she has straight, waist length hair. This is exactly the same hair style she has at the end of the film as she and Harry are describing their wedding reception.
  • While You Were Sleeping

  • When Jack is in Peter's apartment, his shirt is tucked in, yet a few seconds later in the parking garage, the shirt tails are flying.
  • At the hospital when the orderly is taking Peter to his new room on the second floor in a wheelchair, Jack says to the orderly "Mind if I drove?", in stead of "Mind if I drive."
  • White Christmas

  • At the final scene when they are honoring General Waverly, when they suprise him and all the troops stand at attention when he enters the room, he and the other two characters take a step back. When they cut back to them...they take the same step back (very obviously!).
  • Also, in White Christmas, after General Waverly goes down the line to "inspect the troops" one dope on the right hand side sticks out his hand to shake it with the General and he gets snubbed, then putting his hand back down by his sides.
  • Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

  • In the part where they are all riding the cartoon cab, and it slides through the puddle of acid. If you watch it on slow motion, you can see up Jessica's dress. (Before any male viewers get too exicted, however, it should be pointed out that the voyeuristic footage offers all the anatomical veracity of looking up a Barbie doll's dress!)
  • Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory

  • At the end when Wily Wonka gives his factory to Charlie, you can see the little boys underpants.
  • With Honors

  • Brandon Frasier has a cast on one leg in a scene, and during the course of the movie, the cast switches to the other leg.
  • Wizard Of Oz, The

  • Due to different takes and editting, Judy Garland's pony-tails change lengths as she walks "down the yellow brick road" to meet the scarecrow.
  • When the Tin Man is dancing by the house you can see a big bird (possibly an ostrich) standing in the background. I have no idea what its doing there.
  • After the wicked witch disappears in a cloud of smoke and flame, you can see Glinda waving the smoke away, and coughing as she says "Oh, what a smell of sulphur."
  • After the witch appears with fire trying to frighten the scarecrow, they walk a little further into the woods. In the background you can see something moving around. It has been suggested that this is the director of the film who hung himself. Then again, a further rumour suggests it was the guy who was originally hired to play the lion, but got fired. It could be something else as well, I'm not too sure.
  • When Glinda, the Good Witch, first meets Dorothy, her first question is "Are you a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?" To this Dorothy repies that she isn't a witch. Glinda then asks the same question to Toto. Why? If the Wicked Witch knew what Toto was (as seen earlier) why didn't Glinda?
  • Glinda really is having a bad day. When Glinda faces the Wicked Witch of the West, and removes the Ruby Slippers from the Witch of the East, she doesn't wear these powerful magical talismans herself, she gives then to the NON-witch from Kansas.
  • In Munchkin Land, Glinda states "You have no power here, begone!" Really? If that's the case, then the film is over immediately as the helpless old crone gets battered by the Lollipop Guild and danced on by the Lullaby League.
  • When the witch scares the Munchkins, she disappears in a cloud of smoke she creates. Watch closely and you can see her sneak down into a trap door below.
  • When they are waiting to see the Wizard, during or after the Lion's song "I Am King Of The Forest," you can see the string holding up his tail.