Look here, Sam has that... thing.. in his hand at 12:39 Sam knocks Dylan into the pillar just before 2:25. So obviously, Sam was standing there staring at Dylan for over an hour Takes Dylan a day to fall, and at 12:15 the next afternoon, he's dead, and Sam's looking at him. Another day passes, and Ratchet and Bee take down the pillar at 11:00 Clearly I'm joking around, but I didn't want this to be a boring thread, so I did all that. Anyway, my question is, how come these things get overlooked as the movie is being produced. I know things like this happen all the time, but I'm just curious as to why. There's been movies that have huge mistakes, for example, there's a film with two men shackled to pipes in an underground bathroom, one of the men make it out, the other does not, the one who does not originally had his left ankle shackled, but various movie mistakes in following sequels had his right one shackled, which led people to believe he was alive, and made it out, although it was confirmed he did not. I wanted to post this here, because I knew many would see it, but I had to give it a Transformers reference, so I did. Anyway, to sum it up, my question is simple, how can an obvious mistake be overlooked so easily by producers?