That's not right: the 28 smallest yet biggest mistakes in sports movies

Usually when there is a storm outside, you can tell by the scenery around you. The clouds are grey and frightening, the trees are blowing in the wind and the characters are usually soaking wet. But during the bad weather scene in Caddyshack, pay attention to the trees in the background. They’re not moving. If the storm is that bad, how are the trees not moving at all? These are minor details, but c’mon man, someone is going to notice.


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