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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - Hermione's Rock
This slip-up is when Hermione, Ron, and Harry are in Hagrid's hut for the first time, a jug is smashed and then they realize that Dumbledore is coming with the executioner, so they leave. But first, Hermione looks at the rock. It's clearly a rock with a little fossil of a snail's shell somewhere on the upper corner. However, later, when Harry and Hermione go back in time, it shows Hermione throwing a large snail shell. Not a rock, but a shell. It's trivial, I know, but it bothered me.
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weirdo writes:
No, you're wrong. It was a shell both times. Don't make fun of the beautiful directors and the beautiful actors for doing the right things. You just made up this slipup. I can't believe you. You have disgraced me.
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Bramblerose writes:
I'm sorry,but you are wrong. It was the same stone,but when you see it the secound time,the camera angle is different,so it looks like the stone is just one,bit shell. But it's not!
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silver_knight84 writes:
It is a snail shell both times. Remember that this is a magical world with weird animals; so this is merely a strange snail.
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Sweet Pea writes:
Are you sure? I'm almost positive it was the same rock.
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claire writes:
Achually it's not a snail shell it's a rock in the shape of a snail shell, i don't think a snail shell could smash a potter vase, plus i've seen the film a billion times, it's easy to tell the difference.
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Harry Potter writes:
Claire was right it is quite clearly a rock. It may be in the shape of something different but you can see very clearly see that it is not a snail.
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EliPongo writes:
Okay kids, lets get this straight here. It was a rock with a fossilized shell embedded in it. In the first scene they specifically focus on it so that you'll recognize it when you see it again in the "back in time" sequence.
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chelsea writes:
the first rock was a little bluish black thing with a snail shell on it. the second rock was the same rock !! i'm watching this part now !
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beaverlady writes:
Then leave kezz cause this is what the whole site is about.Thats why its called SLIP-UPS.com.Were not trying to say the actors or directors are dumb or anything.They are just slip-ups so calm down and please dont make a big deal out of it.
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Hayley writes:
This is clearly not a slip up i think you are just trying to make fun of the talented actors and producers that have put all they're work and effort into making a film to entertain you and you complain. i have seen it twice and it was definately the same rock both times she was probably holding it at a different angle the second time.
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kezz writes:
Right ok maybe it was a snail shell or a rock twice. But please, give them a break man. Right so what they made a mistake big deal. You people are all getting in there saying the beautiful actors will be hurt. They dont really care if they slip up, they are getting payed mega bucks for it. SO STOP GIVING THEM A HARD TIME. Its not like any of you are perfect.
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