r/shittymoviedetails • u/Goodbye-Nasty • 3d ago
Turd In Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker, Rey finds this stupid dagger and comments how horrible things have been done with it. This shows how Rey does not think her lightsaber being used to kill children in Revenge of the Sith is horrible by comparison.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/hackyandbird • 5d ago
Turd He said he was just going to get some more popcorn
r/shittymoviedetails • u/A_Toxic_User • 6d ago
Turd In Rush Hour (1998) Jackie Chan walks into a bar, calls a black guy the N word, and then beats him up
r/shittymoviedetails • u/whysosidious69420 • 1d ago
Turd Minions (2015) shows that the characters always serve the most evil person in the time period they’re on. They may have been in a cave during World War II, but in 2001, they were with Gru. Which means he did something extra fucked up in order to be considered worse than the people who did 9/11
r/shittymoviedetails • u/hackyandbird • 8d ago
Turd In this movie that does not exist, it takes six earth benders to move a small rock, that is because there is no movie. I told you, this doesn't exist.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/arandompersonlol18 • 20d ago
Turd In "Madagascar 3:Europe's most wanted (2013)",Dubois is shown to be a sadistic psychopath with a hearth of pure stone.This is a reference to her being french
r/shittymoviedetails • u/fullautoluxcommie • 27d ago
Turd For DUNC: Part Two thc markcting tcam chosc to continuc what was donc on thc first movic. This is a rcfcrcncc to thc idca of committing to thc bit.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/Kingkrool1994 • 5d ago
Turd In Shark Tale (2004) there is a sign in the background saying "celebrate tuna history month" This implies that Tuna is oppressed.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/Hercule-Porotta • 14d ago
Turd The 2008 Mummy movie had some of the most unrealistic story lines in movie history. For examples, British government wants to return a stolen artifact! Hahahahaha!
r/shittymoviedetails • u/awesomea04 • Apr 16 '23
Turd Cars 2 (2011) features 19 deaths (17 onscreen) and is still rated G. Frozen (2013) features 2 (off screen) deaths and is rated PG. This means the more onscreen deaths you have in your movie, the more likely it is to get a G rating.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/The-Mysterious-V • 13d ago
Turd In the movie Elemental (2023), the 2 main characters are ugly as fuck. Checkmate, rule 34 artists.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/NoNo_Cilantro • 13d ago
Turd In The Matrix (1999), Neo meets Spoon Boy, a contender for the title of The One. With a mind & spoon-bending trick, the boy explains that "there is no spoon" to demonstrate his trippy powers. This amazing performance was achieved using a smart trick: there was actually no spoon, it was all 90's CGI.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/Cybermat4704 • 16d ago
Turd So uh… in Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (2023), there’s nothing to suggest that 9/11 didn’t happen because the trailer makes it abundantly clear that it takes place seven years before September 2001…?
r/shittymoviedetails • u/AnnihilationOrchid • 24d ago
Turd In the Batman & Robin (1997) movie, Mr. Freeze uses diamonds to freeze things, and he plans to freeze the whole of Gotham. You might be asking "Why diamonds?". No one fucking knows, not even the writers, this movie doesn't make sense.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/DJA1982 • 13d ago
Turd In Jurassic Park (1993), John Hammond always had a documentary film crew following him, filming his every move. That's why you constantly see boom mics around him.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/nopizzatime • 24d ago
Turd In American Psycho 2 (2002), never mind I don't have a fact nobody watched it
r/shittymoviedetails • u/SteveOMatt • 2d ago
Turd In Return of the Jedi (1983), George Lucas originally planned for the Empire to go after Yoda on Dagobah, but where they ended up fighting gigantic, native lizards; but cut the idea. Here was some concept art he had and it totally isn't my gecko Rusty, riding a decorative AT-AT.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/Iamanediblefriend • Apr 30 '23
Turd During filming of Labyrinth the studio had to sit down with the Screen Actors Guild and figure out whether they legally had to give a supporting actor credit to David Bowie's massive fucking dick.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/KnightRadiant_19 • Apr 27 '23
Turd In the Driver Saga, the story is so confusing I didn't understand it
r/shittymoviedetails • u/NoNo_Cilantro • 7d ago
Turd In Back to the Future II (1989), Marty gets in 1955 a letter from 1885. In Cast Away (2000) Tom Hanks delivers a package after 4 years in a desert island. This is a nod to Zemeckis being completely delusional about how many fucks delivery services give about our stuff.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/Hercule-Porotta • 24d ago
Turd Leaked footage of Nolan's Oppenheimer walking away from explosion
r/shittymoviedetails • u/sirsquid • Apr 30 '23
Turd In Apollo 13 (1995), Jim Lovell had the idea to abort the mission at launch but decided to go through with it. This is in reference to my mother doing the same thing in 1995.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/NotASynth499 • Apr 13 '23
Turd Actor Kurt Woodsmith met his future wife Joan Pirkle while filming Robocop (1967), they been married ever since. This is proof women like to be treated badly by sigma Chads like me.
r/shittymoviedetails • u/Buffvamporigfan • 29d ago