10+ Uninteresting Movie Moments Fans Still Pointed Out

That's right! These movie details are incredibly uninteresting!

You are pretty much guaranteed not to have noticed them, maybe because you were watching something a lot more interesting on-screen.

1. Miguel From "Coco"


One keen-eyed Reddit user noticed the fact that when they go to the underworld in Coco, they keep calling Miguel "The Living Boy".

This references the fact that he's living and the rest of them are dead.

2. An Interesting Crossover


According to one user on Reddit, this movie is called The Dark World, because it's set in London where it is never sunny.

Unlike Philadelphia, where it's always sunny. Possible fan theory? Is Thor Charlie in disguise?

3. Russel From "Up"


As you can see, the kid from Up (known to true Pixar trivia masters as "Russel") is round in appearance.

This is because he is overweight.

4. Foreshadowing Uncle Ben



In the scene prior to this one, Uncle Ben tells Peter he'll drive him to the library.

In the very next scene, Uncle Ben is seen driving Peter to the library.

5. "Black Superman"


In the movie Hobbs and Shaw, Idris Elba's character refers to himself as "Black Superman".

This is a subtle nod to the fact that Idris Elba is, in fact, black.

6. The Dinosaurs In "Jurassic Park"


Here's a fun fact about movies:

Speilberg was supposed to use real dinosaurs for the film Jurassic Park.

But, after labor disagreements with the D.A.G. (Dinosaur Actors Guild), he was forced to use special effects instead.

7. Electro


The main villain of the movie The Amazing Spider-man 2 is Electro.

This is a reference to the fact that the movie is called The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Electro Boogaloo.

Okay so, it's not, but imagine if it was?

8. The Anagram


In Captain Marvel, the main character's name is Carol Danvers, which is an anagram for "Captain Marvel".

This is a subtle nod to the fact that this Reddit User doesn't know what an anagram is.

9. Is Marsellus Wallace OK?


This is a tricky one, so luckily we have this Reddit user to point it out.

Butch asks Marsellus "are you ok?" Marsellus replies: "Nah, I'm pretty far from OK."

Because the film is set in Los Angeles, of course, he's far from Oklahoma, which is abbreviated as OK.

10. Peter and MJ


Only true Spider-Man fans would know this one, so everyone else get out.

In the movie Spider-Man: Far From Home, Peter has a crush on MJ. This is a subtle nod to the fact he's heterosexual.

11. Lightning McQueen The Liar


We see some "subtle foreshadowing" in the form of the line "I Am Speed" during Cars.

We know immediately that Lightning is a liar, because he's not speed, he is a car.

12. A Cheeky Adult Joke


For all your grown-ups out there, this one is for you.

At one point in the film Avatar, Jake Sully is playing with his mind connection pony tail. That's when Grace tells him "Don't Play with that, you'll go blind."

She is talking about self-loving, if you know what I mean.

13. The Final Battle In "Avengers: Infinity War"


Alright, this one was tricky to spot, so luckily we have this Reddit User to point it out for us.

You see, it's at this point in the movie where Thanos lets out a scream. That's because getting stabbed by a giant ax would hurt.

14. The Corona Virus

Warner Bros.

The movie Cop Out made a surprising prediction about the year 2020.

See that sign in the background? It's a Corona sign that says "wash your hands".

It predicted the Coronavirus outbreak.

15. The Dementors


One Redditor pointed out that the reason the kids in the Harry Potter series didn't know how to defeat the Dementors was because they didn't read the books the movies were based on.

16. The "Good Time"


Here's one: you know that movie Good Time from 2017?

One redditor pointed out that the main character in that movie does not have a good time. In fact, he has a bad time.

So why is the movie called Good Time?

17. Vanessa Williams

TriStar Pictures

There are people out there who say that Vanessa Williams, star of the original Candyman, has not aged a day.

That cannot be true, as it has been 28 years (approx. 10220 days) since the original movie.

18. Is it on Mars?

One person of Reddit pointed out that, contrary to popular belief, the scenes from the movie The Martian were not filmed on Mars.

They were filmed on planet Earth.

19. "It's over Anakin!"


There is a point in Star Wars Episode III where Obi-Wan says to Anakin: "It's over, Anakin. I have the high ground".

But he's wrong. At that point, there are still 20 minutes left in the movie, so it cannot be over!

20. Did they need roads?

Universal Pictures

We all know the famous line from Back To The Future:

"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads."

But did you know in the second movie, Back To The Future II, they did need roads?

21. Marvin's Death


Did you know that Marvin's death was never in the script? John Travolta actually straight-up killed Phil Lamarr.

It was never talked about in the media, though, so don't look it up.

22. The Friends of "Friends"


One Redditor theorized that the reason there are six friends in the show Friends is because the writers wanted people to know it was a work of fiction.

No one has that many friends in real life.

Do you know of any more uninteresting details?

I bet there are more uninteresting ones than there are interesting!

Let us know below in the comments!