Sunday, August 12, 2007

Pictures III

Someone has been reading and fixed the crooked lamp between shots and the magazines move also.

Wendy throws the knife down in the packed snow and it later disappears.

Who shut all the lights? This happens continuously in the end.

Jack’s typewriter carriage moves without being touched.

Wendy never puts the bat down but it’s not in her hand in the next shot.

Look very closely as the well-hidden TV wire is visible between the bottom of the chairs in the middle of this picture.

Wendy crumples the top pages than later Jack looks at them and they haven't been touched yet.

The TV wires move without being touched.

The typewriter carriage moves without being touched.

The rug underneath the TV moves and disappears throughout the movie.

Danny’s toys and baseball glove move without being touched.

Time flies between shots on Wendy’s watch.

The snow on the windowsill disappears between shots.

This window couldn’t possibly exist because their apartment is in the back of the building.

The nightstand and the book under the tank move between shots.

The pictures on the sidewall disappear between shots.

The knife reverses in Danny’s hand between shots.

The mike moves before Jack reaches it.

The Indian disappears between shots.

The blue oval picture disappears and moves right before our eyes. Later it's hung in a different lower spot.

Look closely, as the yellow ball is rolled down a seam in the carpet so it ends up in the correct spot. Danny's position on the carpet also reverses between shots.

Another “Shining” streetlight disappears between shots of that spot.

The artwork on the table behind Jack is gone.

Stanley Kubrick's reflection can be seen moving in the window of Mr. Ullmann's office as Jack first walks in.

The statue and sofa both disappear.

The splinters around the opening disappear between shots.

Look at the books in the middle as someone’s been reading between shots.

The chair against the wall moved without anyone going near it.

Someone else opened both doors and shut off the lights.

Danny’s slide marks on the snowdrift disappear and different lights are turned on.

The sofa is reversed later in the movie.

The scrubs outside Mr. Ullmann’s window disappear later in the movie.

The scrapbook closes without being touched by anyone.

The roof antenna changes as the movie progresses.

Half of Danny’s sandwich is eaten in one second and the plate rotates, and moves on the tablecloth without being touched. If you look closely it's not even the same sandwich.

Pots appear behind the table later on even though no one is eating.

The magazines under the nightstand change between shots.

The plants above their heads disappear as the movie progresses.

Plastic flowers appear on the table between shots.

The pipes and tree line change later in the movie.

Look at the phone chord as someone made a call between shots.

The piece of wood is reversed between shots.

The penholder disappears between shots.

The overhead lamp moves around thought the movie.

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