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41 2000s Movie Details So Incredible That They Will Change The Way You Watch Them

41 2000s Movie Details So Incredible That They Will Change The Way You Watch Them

Everyone loves watching movies. If you ask millennials about their favorite movies or the movies they can watch over and over again, they will start listing all the famous and legendary movies of the 2000s. The 2000s had innumerable great entertaining movies which can be watched over and over again. These movies have a brilliant plot, acting and are overall very entertaining. Also, they can be watched all the time and still feel new. But, as many times you’ll watch these movies, you’ll find and notice minute new movie details, that were there the whole time. Once you’ll see these movie details, you will never be able to unsee them and will always try to look for more. Keep scrolling to look at 41 2000s movie details so incredible that they will change the way you watch them.

1. American Psycho (2000)

In American Psycho(2000) When Patrick Bateman(Bale) Is Rushing Out Of The Dry Cleaners His Mask Of Sanity Drops For A Few Seconds Showing His Cold Emotionless Face from MovieDetails

2. Watchmen (2009)

In Watchmen (2009), Hollis Mason has a copy of the original Watchmen graphic novel in his apartment. Notice the distinct yellow lettering. from MovieDetails

3. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)

4.The Princess and the Frog (2009)

In The Princess and the Frog (2009), one of the fireflies is named "Cousin Randy". He is actually voiced by composer Randy Newman, who also created the music for the movie. from MovieDetails

5. Flushed Away (2006)

“Flushed Away” 2006: When Roddy dances to Billy Idols “Dancing with myself” at the beginning, he presses play on the boom box on Track 2. Dancing with myself was track 2 on Vital Idol 1985. from MovieDetails

6. Monsters vs. Aliens (2009)

In Monsters Vs Aliens (2009), you can see Madagascar (2005) on one of the screens in Tokyo. It’s showing Marty the Zebra. from MovieDetails

7. Mamma Mia! (2008)

8. Finding Nemo (2003)

Finding Nemo (2003) has a Mr. Incredible comic one year before The Incredibles came out. from MovieDetails

9. Around the World in 80 Days (2004)

10. Elf (2003)

In Elf (2003) the Gimbel’s manager has a “Wanda” name tag. The filmmakers hired Wanda Sykes for the role but she dropped out at the last minute. When Faizon Love came on for his scenes he chose to wear Wanda’s nametag. from MovieDetails

11. Meet the Robinsons (2007)

In Meet the Robinsons (2007), you can see posters for Toy Story 2 and The Jungle Book at the baseball field. from MovieDetails

12. Over the Hedge (2006)

During the end credits of Over the Hedge (2006), various characters are shown looking at or displaying different panels from the original comic strip from which the movie was adapted. from MovieDetails

13. The Core (2003)

The Core (2003) Aaron Eckhart misses his cue to move when the ship crashed. Everyone but him moves. You can see him get upset. from MovieDetails

14. Scream 3 (2000)

In Scream 3 (2000), Jenny McCarthy’s character complains to the director of the fake movie ‘Stab 3’ that she is in only two scenes. Jenny McCarthy is only in two scenes in Scream 3 from MovieDetails

15. I, Robot (2004)

In "I, Robot" (2004), Sonny is not in lock-step with the other robots as he’s being escorted, which subtly sets him apart as unique even during the most mundane actions. from MovieDetails

16. Howl’s Moving Castle (2004)

In Howl’s Moving Castle (2004), near the end in a sequence where Sophie met Howl in the past, he says, "Find me in the future!" In the beginning, when Howl first meets Sophie, he says, "I was looking everywhere for you". from MovieDetails

17. Brick (2005)

The captioning for Rian Johnson’s debut move "Brick" (2005) reveals the bad word that Laura whispers inaudibly to Brendan at the conclusion of the movie. from MovieDetails

18. Jennifer’s Body (2009)

In "Jennifer’s Body" (2009), Jennifer’s doodles in her notebook makes multiple references to the actor Adam Brody, who plays the lead singer of Low Shoulder. from MovieDetails

19. Meet the Parents (2000)

20. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)

In Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009), Child Tom Riddle has 7 rocks on the windowsill in his bedroom, foreshadowing the 7 horcruxes. from MovieDetails

21. Coraline (2009)

In Coraline (2009), the face on the dollar bill is Henry Selick, the director of the movie. from MovieDetails

22. Kung Fu Panda (2008)

In Kung Fu Panda (2008), when Shifu and Tai Lung first saw the blank Dragon Scroll, they had the same initial reactions: looking at it sideways and folding it and opening it again. Like father, like son. from MovieDetails

23. Ratatouille (2007)

In Ratatouille(2007) Git, the jacked rat, has a tag on his ear reading A113. Not only is this a frequently used Pixar easter egg, it also implies that Git was a lab rat, explaining his large size from MovieDetails

24. The Princess Diaries (2001)

In The Princess Diaries (2001) Mia breaks her glass at a dinner party and a waiter reassures her “It happens all the time.” In Pretty Woman (1990) a waiter played by the same actor says the exact same line to Vivian after she flings a snail across the room. Both films are directed by Garry Marshall. from MovieDetails

25. Cast Away (2000)

Cast Away (2000) On the plane ride home, Chuck is offered a Dr. Pepper, and is told that at his funeral people put Elvis Presley CDs in his coffin; which are the favorite drink and music of Forest Gump. A previous Robert Zemeckis/Tom Hanks project. from MovieDetails

26. Casino Royale (2006)

In Casino Royale (2006), one of the poker players is played by actress Tsai Chin. She had played a minor Bond girl in You Only Live Twice (1967). from MovieDetails

27. Signs (2002)

Early on in Signs (2002), a TV showing a scene from Dexter’s Laboratory foreshadows the events at the end of the film – A monster is repeatedly hit on the head with a stick and then Dexter is dunked head first into water. from MovieDetails

28. The Cat in the Hat (2003)

In Cat in the Hat (2003), a newspaper that the Cat is holding in one scene has an article about a 72-hour "Raver’s Partython". Later in the movie, they actually end up at the rave from MovieDetails

29. The Simpsons Movie (2007)

In The Simpsons Movie (2007), you can still see Homer’s crashed ambulance from season 2 of the show from MovieDetails

30. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

In Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (2005), Charlie’s father works at the Smilex toothpaste factory. Smylex was the name of the poisonous gas created by The Joker in Batman (1989), also directed by Tim Burton. from MovieDetails

31. Up (2009)

In Up (2009), Russell has a badge that is a burger with a candle in it. This is a reference to Merritt Bakery in Oakland, CA, which makes burger cakes. from MovieDetails

32. Enchanted (2007)

In Enchanted (2007), Robert’s secretary is played by Jodie Benson, the voice actress for Ariel from The Little Mermaid (1989). from MovieDetails

33. Shark Tale (2004)

In Shark Tale (2004), when Oscar tries to sing the Bob Marley song "Three Little Birds", Ernie zaps him telling him "That’s not the way you sing that song mon." Ernie is voiced by Ziggy Marley, Bob’s son. from MovieDetails

34. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End (2007)

In POTC: At World’s End (2007), you can see a hidden mickey on Sao Feng’s sea chart. from MovieDetails

35. The Devil Wears Prada (2006)

At the conclusion of “The Devil Wears Prada” Andy frees herself of the self-imposed prison of Miranda’s life. She later spots Miranda who looks like a prisoner of her lifestyle while in a limo. from MovieDetails

36. Die Another Day (2002)

In Die Another Day (2002), Bond visits the "Rubyeon Royale" Hotel. This a meta reference for the franchise; "Ruby" for the 40th anniversary of the series, EON is the name of the company that produces the movies, and Royale for Casino Royale, the first Bond book. from MovieDetails

37. The Hangover (2009)

In The Hangover (2009) during blackjack Alan splits a pair of 5’s, which is widely seen as a bad move. The dealer announces this move so that the pit boss can hear, as it’s an unusual play which hints that Alan is counting cards. from MovieDetails

38. Men in Black II (2002)

In Men in Black 2 (2002), Trey Smith and Jaden Smith appear in the chase scene. from MovieDetails

39. The Incredibles (2004)

In The Incredibles (2004), when Helen arrives to rescue Bob and punches Mirage, you can see that Helen attempted to punch Bob too, but he dodges it. from MovieDetails

40. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)

In Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) using Clementine’s (Kate Winslet) hair color, viewers can keep track of what phase of the relationship they are watching: green for first meeting, red for the fantasy scenes, orange for affairs, and blue for their re-acquaintance. from MovieDetails

41. The Dark Knight (2008)

During the bank robbery scene in ‘The Dark Knight’ (2008), each of the Joker’s goons is referred to by a codename, most of them taken from "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." The Joker’s codename is never said on screen, but if you have the captions on you’ll learn it’s Bozo. from MovieDetails

These movie details are like hidden Easter eggs that are intentionally placed there to be found by the audience. Also, when you notice them, it feels like a big achievement. However, you can never unsee these movie details once you have seen them and I bet you’ll keep looking for more of them by re-watching the movie and try to find more in other movies. All the best for finding more of these incredible movie details.

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