History YMMV / CinemaSins

1st May '16 1:25:50 AM maxwellsilver
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** ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered down the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him. Plus, when Rose is trying to jump off the stern, Jeremy comments that the lookouts weren't doing their jobs, when on the Titanic, there were no lookouts stationed at the stern.

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** ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'': 1997}}'':
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At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered down the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him. Plus, when him.
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Rose is trying to jump off the stern, Jeremy comments that the lookouts weren't doing their jobs, when on jobs. On the Titanic, there were no lookouts stationed at the stern.
30th Apr '16 8:48:06 PM MHarrington
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* MemeticMutation: "Discount X, ding"

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* MemeticMutation: "Discount X, ding"ding" and "This scene does not contain a lap dance".
27th Apr '16 9:58:14 AM costanton11
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** ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered down the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him.

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** ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered down the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him. Plus, when Rose is trying to jump off the stern, Jeremy comments that the lookouts weren't doing their jobs, when on the Titanic, there were no lookouts stationed at the stern.
24th Apr '16 4:26:50 PM SAMAS
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** Given the bad reviews and/or overall mixed impression for ''Batman Vs Superman'' as of this writing, come back in a few weeks to see how ''Civil War'' does in the final Fast Forward to top this little trip.
20th Apr '16 7:12:03 PM maxwellsilver
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** ''Film/Titanic'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered down the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him.

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** ''Film/Titanic'': ''Film/{{Titanic 1997}}'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered down the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him.
20th Apr '16 2:01:20 PM costanton11
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** ''Film/Titanic'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered done the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him.

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** ''Film/Titanic'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered done down the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and the man in the film is likely intended to be him.
20th Apr '16 2:00:39 PM costanton11
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** ''Film/Titanic'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered done the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and they man in the film is likely intended to be him.

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** ''Film/Titanic'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered done the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and they the man in the film is likely intended to be him.
20th Apr '16 1:58:39 PM costanton11
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** ''Film/Titanic'': At one point, upon seeing a man in Molly Brown's boat, Jeremy asks how he got in there, since he wasn't there when the boat was being lowered and they were strict about the 'women and children first' order. There actually was a man [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Godfrey_Peuchen Arthur Peuchen]], who being a keen yachtsman, was ordered done the ropes into that same lifeboat to assist in rowing the boat due to a shortage of sailors on board, and they man in the film is likely intended to be him.
20th Apr '16 12:48:41 AM coralina33
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** ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier'': A sin is given to the opening scene where Steve and Sam are jogging because Jeremy thought it didn't make sense that they were both running the same course and that Steve could lap Sam three times. In reality, [[https://www.google.com/maps/dir/Washington+Blvd,+Washington,+DC+20566/Thomas+Jefferson+Memorial/Lincoln+Memorial/38.8859753,-77.0588425/@38.8834177,-77.0496229,15z/data=!4m26!4m25!1m5!1m1!1s0x89b7b6ffac7111cb:0x345c8b15ecf6c50!2m2!1d-77.0587447!2d38.8860619!1m10!1m1!1s0x0:0x38066ff1e5cd919c!2m2!1d-77.035577!2d38.881183!3m4!1m2!1d-77.0469548!2d38.8871127!3s0x89b7b7a821ae4bf3:0xb4d1ec663b49147b!1m5!1m1!1s0x0:0x1049d1c9c95c2eb6!2m2!1d-77.050176!2d38.8892686!1m0!3e2 it's a real route you can take through downtown Washington]]. The route is about 4 miles and Steve ran it three times, so Sam lamenting that Steve was able to run "thirteen miles in thirty minutes" is pretty accurate too.
19th Apr '16 4:35:21 PM maxwellsilver
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** In ''Film/{{Watchmen}}''

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** In ''Film/{{Watchmen}}''



*** The smiley face on Mars gets five sins, and only because "he's being lenient". However, [[AluminumChristmasTrees the smiley face in Mars is REAL]], it's called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galle_%28Martian_crater%29 Galle]].

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*** The smiley face on Mars gets five sins, and only because "he's being lenient". However, [[AluminumChristmasTrees the smiley face in Mars is REAL]], REAL, it's called [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galle_%28Martian_crater%29 Galle]].



*** He criticizes Penguin having time to hire a woman to announce his plan's progress. The woman in question was his henchman throughout the movie.

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*** He criticizes Penguin having time to hire a woman to announce his plan's progress. The woman in question was his henchman henchwoman throughout the movie.



** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': Jeremy sees a completed game on a [[TabletopGame/{{Chess}} chessboard]] and questions why the losing king isn't lying in defeat. In a formal game of chess, the king doesn't get captured; it ends at checkmate.

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** ''Film/{{Spectre}}'': Jeremy sees a completed game on a [[TabletopGame/{{Chess}} chessboard]] TabletopGame/{{chess}}board and questions why the losing king isn't lying in defeat. In a formal game of chess, the king doesn't get captured; it ends at checkmate.checkmate.
** ''Film/SherlockHolmes'': Jeremy adds a sin because he feels Robert Downey, Jr.,'s portrayal of Holmes as an athletic pugilist is at odds with the literary version, despite their "the books don't matter" policy. Except his version is one of, if not the closest to the books ever put to film. This is also despite their claim in "Everything Wrong With [=CinemaSins=]" of reading the books before reviewing adaptations.
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