Notting Hill

Notting Hill
Anna Scott is one of the world’s most recognizable actresses. William Thacker, on the other hand, is the laid back owner of a travel book store. When the two meet and things start to heat up, William learns that his anonymity is a thing of the past. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Notting Hill”.

∙ William brings Anna to Honey’s birthday celebration. When she is opening presents, William puts a necklace around Honey’s neck. In the next view of Honey, when she’s holding a blue hat, the necklace is noticeably missing. It’s around her neck again a few moments later.

∙ When Anna comes back to William after the photo incident, they’re sitting at a table. She apologizes about what happened with Jeff. Anna mentions that she didn’t know if he was ever going to fly in and in the side view of William when he starts to talk, he picks up a coffee mug and puts it back on the table with his right hand. In the very next front view, William is holding the cup with both hands.

∙ William is reading the newspaper while Anna goes through her lines. Throughout the scene, the same picture is shown on the back of the paper. But, when Anna mentions “large shoes”, the pictures on the back of the paper are different and also appear to be upside down.

∙ William decides to visit Anna while she’s working on the movie set. He’s given headphones in order to hear what’s happening during filming. When William sits down, he’s shown putting his glasses on. But, when he overhears Anna’s comments, he stands up and his glasses are gone.

∙ Toward the end of the movie, Anna comes to the book shop one last time to give William a present. William comes out of the office and a stack of books are on the counter (to the right). In the first view, there are three books in the stack and all have their spines facing the same way. In the following view of William, two of the books are turned, with only the one on top facing the original direction.

“Notting Hill” (1999) stars Julia Roberts, Hugh Grant, Richard McCabe, Rhys Ifans and James Dreyfus. It runs 124 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sexual content and brief strong language.

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