We all love to play 'Where's Waldo?'. He is always so hard to find but when we finally do find him, we always have a sense of accomplishment. If you ever played that game you'll have an awesome time finding the differences in these movie photos.
The Gang from "The Breakfast Club"
A group of kids gets detention on a Saturday but little do they know that this detention will change their lives forever. Maybe discovering the mistakes in this photos will change yours.
Molly's bag in closer to her in the right picture and it seems she is missing her watch.
Everyone Loves "Forrest Gump"
It even earned Tom Hanks an Oscar in 1994. The differences in these pictures are so easy to spot, don't you think?
The tree in the right corner is bigger, and Gump's arm is bent.
Bill Murray in "Caddyshack"
This 1980 comedy is one of the reasons why we love Bill Murray so much. Can you spot the difference in this picture of Bill Murray trying to talk some sense into this adorable gopher?
In the right picture the water is flowing from the hose, and the gopher' eye can't be been seen anywhere.
"National Lampoon's Vacation" from 1983
This American road comedy was a huge hit. It earned over $60 million and it had four sequels, and it all started when Clark Griswold wanted to spend some quality time with his family. Can you see the mistakes that make this movie even more hilarious?
Flowers decided to change color from white to blue and there is a new post in the background.
Tom Cruise in "Top Gun"
Maverick is a pilot that plays by his own rules but at the end, he manages to save the day. Can you see the differences in these pictures?
There are two of them. The plane is missing a button and there is no red flag near Tom's hand.
Back in 1979, Steve Martin was "The Jerk"
A white man raised by a black family who decides to go to St. Louis when he finally realizes he is not black - this was and still is comedy gold.
In the right picture, the Ford logo is missing, and instead of a newspaper, Steve is now holding an ice cream.
Morgan Freeman Is "Driving Miss Daisy"
Based on a play, this movie shows the world through the eyes of an old Jewish woman and it also shows her relationship with her driver that lasted more than twenty years. Let's hope it won't take that long to spot the differences.
Miss Daisy's mouth is closed in the right picture and the truck is missing.
Dolly Parton in "9 to 5" Back in 1980
This movie shows what woman can to when they get fed up with their horrible boss. Dolly Parton even wrote the music for this film, but apparently, she overlooked these mistakes.
The mug turned pink, and Jane Fonda is now holding a beer as well.
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