Redditors Interpreted Hidden Details From Our Favorite Movies and They Are Hilarious

When we watch movies alone, we tend to forget what happens in the scenes. Without a friend helping to narrate and discuss, we are left wondering what message is being conveyed or what will happen in the next scene. We think to ourselves that if we were in that scene, what would we do? The unanswered questions and clues we are looking for are known as Easter eggs – a slightly humorous insight and reference many filmmakers use to captivate their audience. Movie fans love Easter eggs and information from behind the scenes, but oftentimes, they have to fill in the blanks about the plot themselves. Thanks to a popular Reddit community, r/shittymoviedetails, movie lovers can share what they think actually happened in famous movie scenes. Their theories are sarcastic and poking fun, so take everything with a grain of salt. Here is a list of 45 movie “facts” that will make you laugh and rethink your favorite movies.

What we know about Star Wars’ Grand Inquisitor

Everyone who watched the “Star Wars” series from 1977 until now would easily fall in love. Being one of the most popular series of all time, people came up with a belief, and many of us thought it was the reality. The popular belief centers on one of the movie’s characters – Grand Inquisitor. 

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Unlike what many of us believed then, this Redditor believes the character’s last name was not what we thought, Inquisitor. Inquisitor is just his middle name. His real name is  “Grand Inquisitor Jane.” We may also refer to him as “G.I. Jane” due to his bald head resembling Demi Moore from the 1997 film “G.I. Jane.” 

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