Making a movie isn’t an easy job. But some filmmakers are so good; they go the extra mile to pay attention to every small detail in the film they’re making. Sometimes it’s the little details that give us a new perspective on things. And I decided to bring you some of the most interesting information you might have missed while watching these movies for the first time.
In Reservoir Dogs, Steve Buscemi’s character doesn’t leave tips for waiters. Then, in Pulp Fiction, he plays a waiter. This detail is meant to show how karma works in Tarantino’s universe.
If you pay attention while watching Fight Club, you’ll see there is one thing that appears on every single scene: a Starbucks cup. This was a statement from director David Fincher, about how Starbucks stores kept popping up everywhere.
In Baby Driver, Baby flips through the channels at one point and later repeats all of the dialogue he hears from the TV.
In The Departed, an “X” is always visible on the screen right before a character dies.
In Iron Man 2, the little boy in the mask who Tony Stark saves grows up to be Spiderman.