Iron Man 2It's big, but it's certainly not clever. Iron Man 2, Robert Downey Jnr's second outing as the heroic Tony Stark, has been named as the most mistake-filled film of 2010 (hang on, we're only halfway through the year).

According to the website MovieMistakes.com, the hit movie has 45 bloopers, such as missing props, moving scenery and bad dialogue (at one point Downey Jnr addresses co-star Don Cheadle by his real name).

So, while director Jon Favreau and his production crew tried to make a bigger, badder film to 2008's hugely enjoyable Iron Man, they took their collective eye off the finer detail. You want moving make-up? You got it - Mickey Rourke's stick-on scars take a wander around his face, changing size depending on their mood.

Read more about mistake-laden movies after the jump... Iron Man 2It's big, but it's certainly not clever. Iron Man 2, Robert Downey Jnr's second outing as the heroic Tony Stark, has been named as the most mistake-filled film of 2010 (hang on, we're only halfway through the year).

According to the website MovieMistakes.com, the hit movie has 45 bloopers, such as missing props, moving scenery and bad dialogue (at one point Downey Jnr addresses co-star Don Cheadle by his real name).

So, while director Jon Favreau and his production crew tried to make a bigger, badder film to 2008's hugely enjoyable Iron Man, they took their collective eye off the finer detail. You want moving make-up? You got it - Mickey Rourke's stick-on scars take a wander around his face, changing size depending on their mood.

More interested in weird wardrobe? During the Expo scene at the start, Downey Jnr's shirt changes from white to black mid-speech (maybe he was sweating from nerves). If you're just interested in general blaring oddness (as in 'how could they not notice that?'), well, take your pick - the best one has to be a waiter pouring wine who suddenly disappears as the shot changes angle. Maybe Favreau was gazing out of the editing suite window at that point?

Oh well, at least 45 is a semi-respectable number of mistakes to live with. In the MovieMistakes 'most mistakes' chart, Apocalypse Now holds the top spot with a whopping 390 bloopers; considering how long and traumatic that shoot was for Francis Ford Coppola I think he can be forgiven for the odd crew member appearing in shot.

However, most of the films in the Top 25 are recent blockbusters - three Harry Potter films are in there, two Lord of the Rings films, two Star Wars prequels, Pirates of the Caribbean... the list goes on. It's either got more to do with the directors concentrating on marketing campaigns and CGI (rather than concerning themselves with such minor details as why the main character's wig changes colour during the same scene) or they're just handing down the the final cut to the interns while they pop out for a coffee.

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