Daredevil

Daredevil
After being blinded by a freak accident as a young boy, Matt Murdock has decided he would never be bullied again. With the death of his boxer father, Matt is bent on getting justice for the citizens of his city. While fighting criminals as a lawyer by day, Matt becomes the superhero, Daredevil, by night. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Daredevil”.

∙ Karen Page is holding the invitation to the Black & White ball. The close-up of the invitation, just before Franklin Nelson swipes it, shows the ball is to be held on Saturday, June 24th. But, after Matt spends the night with Elektra, he picks up the invitation she has left for him on the pillow. The date for the Black & White ball reads that it takes place on Wednesday, August 13th.

∙ After Elektra’s father, Nikolas Natchios, is murdered, Daredevil escapes when Elektra is firing the gun at him. He goes back to his secret lair and is shown knocking over the face masks. He then pulls two of the staffs off the wall. There is still one dangling on the wall, in the left side view of him. But the close-up of Daredevil a moment later, when he knocks over the table, shows the staff is no longer on the wall.

∙ Kingpin arrives at his office where Bullseye is waiting for him. Kingpin is holding a walking cane in his right hand. He’s still holding it when he walks over to the liquor cabinet. A moment later, when he’s talking to Bullseye, he’s now only holding a martini glass. But, when Kingpin shuts the door to the cabinet, the cane is back in his right hand.

∙ Elektra is practicing her martial arts after the murder of her father. Throughout the scene, her hair is in a braid. It cuts to a quick view of Daredevil and then back to Elektra, and her hair is down and falling over her back.

“Daredevil” (2003) stars Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Colin Farrell, Michael Clarke Duncan, Jon Favreau, Ellen Pompeo and Erick Avari. It runs 103 minutes and is rated PG-13 for action/violence and some sensuality.

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