Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: Nazi’s Shouldn’t Be Wearing Medals
Once again Indiana Jones has another entry. This time, it’s for the The Last Crusade, which is set in the latter years of the ‘30s, right before the Second World War. The movie has made many people laugh because of its questionable depiction of Nazis. Even though it is widely known that Nazis had a thing for war medals, they still needed to have fought in a war before they could get one. The practice of wearing war medals and pins only became the norm towards the latter parts of the war.
The King’s Speech: Wrong Kilt
The 2011 Oscar for best picture went to The King’s Speech — a well-deserved recognition, we must say. King George VI’s story surely captivated everyone, except maybe Tartan experts. The specialists weren’t happy with the kilt used in the movie. Apparently, the design was appropriate for 1997 and not the time period in the film. In addition, it should’ve been Scottish Balmorals, not Irish.