There Was No Bear Attack In REAL Story Of The Revenant + 7 More Shocking Facts About Movies That Were Supposedly Based On (PART 1)

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When we hear that the movie is based on the true story, we tend to unconditionally believe everything we see. But is this a wise choice?

Nexter.org brings you a list of amazingly inaccurate movies.

The Imitation Game

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In real life, Alan Turing created the machine together with Gordon Welchman, whom we didn’t see in the movie. And it was called the Bombe, not after Alan’s son Christopher. Moreover, in the movie, John Cairncross threatened to expose Alan’s sexuality, when in fact they most likely never even met, as they worked in different units.

The Theory Of Everything

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The relationships between Stephen and Jane were a bit romanticized in the movie. For example, in the movie, their arguments about the existence of God are shown as intellectual debates, to the point when Stephen even agrees that there are some higher powers. Although, Jane in her memoir writes about these conversations as “personal, divisive, and hurtful” and Stephen’s atheism only intensified with time.

Titanic

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In the movie, we see William McMaster Murdoch shooting some passengers and then killing himself, when in real life, according to witnesses, he is a hero, who helped a lot by placing people on lifeboats. Producers of the movie even had to personally apologize to his relatives for such an offensive depiction.

The Blind Side

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In real life Michael’s adoption was not so fast as in the movie, it took months. Also, to add more drama, the movie chose to show that Michael did not know much about football and the real Michael didn’t like it, calling the movie a poor representation of his life.

The Revenant

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First of all, you’ll never find any proves that there was a bear attack, as Glass have never spoke or wrote about it. Second of all, there are no proves that he had a Rawnee wife or a son, so the revenge theme is quite questionable. Also, historians say that after Glass found Fitzgerald and John Bridger, he just forgave them and forgot about this whole thing.

Fargo

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In the movie, there was a string of murders, kidnapping, and the wood chipper incident in Minnesota in 1987. And it says right in the opening card that it is a fact. Although, the Coen Brothers mistakenly linked it to T. Eugene Thompson crimes and after that just said that the story is a complete fiction.

Captain Phillips

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“Phillips wasn’t the big leader like he is in the movie”, according to the sailors. He is not self-giving and responsible captain, who was ready to give up his life to save the crew. In fact, it was all Phillips’ fault, reckless behavior and inability to adhere to safety warnings. So, was he really a hero?

Amadeus

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There is no proof that Mozart and Salieri had bad relationships or hated each other. The only letter from Mozart that mentions Salieri, says that on his way to a performance, Mozart will pick up Salieri and his wife. Which tells us that they were on good terms, at the very least.

Don’t believe everything you see, guys! And wait for the second part with even more surprising facts!


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There Was No Bear Attack In REAL Story Of The Revenant + 7 More Shocking Facts About Movies That Were Supposedly Based On (PART 1)
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