The Fog (2005)

The Fog (2005)
Antonio Island is about to unveil a statue celebrating the four men who brought prosperity to their town in the late 1800s. But a mysterious fog begins to inhabit the island during the night, bringing sinister forces that want to destroy everyone who comes in its path. It’s up to local residents Nick Castle, who owns his own boat charter company, girlfriend, Elizabeth, who just arrived back from her trip to New York, and radio DJ Stevie Wayne, to find out the truth behind Antonio Island’s history and save their town. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching 2005’s “The Fog”.

· Elizabeth walks out onto Nick’s porch where the wind chimes made of fishhooks are blowing in the wind. The chimes are still moving back and forth when Elizabeth steps out. But, in the wider, farther view of Elizabeth standing on the porch, the chimes are still.

· The old man is on the beach as the tide and fog start to come in. He takes off his glasses and looks at the table and chairs sitting in the water. The old man turns toward the metal detector he’s carrying and the table and chairs are on the sand with no water around them.

· After rescuing Andy, Nick and Elizabeth have him in the truck, trying to get back to town. The truck crashes into the boat sitting in the road. The view from the inside of the truck shows the three are knocked around in the vehicle but are not thrown out. A few moments later, an unconscious Elizabeth wakes up while lying in the road.

“The Fog” (2005) stars Tom Welling, Maggie Grace, Selma Blair, DeRay Davis, Kenneth Welsh, Adrian Hough, Sara Botsford and Cole Heppell. It runs 100 minutes and is rated PG-13 for violence, disturbing images and brief sexuality.

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