11 Hidden Messages In Popular Movies You Never Noticed

11 Hidden Messages In Popular Movies You Never Noticed
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In the world of cinema, many a time the directors and creators of the movies hide some messages so smartly, they're tough to be discovered the very first time of watching the movie. We've told you about hidden Disney characters in famous movies already, here's the time to find out what fascinating hidden messages you missed while watching these amazing movies.

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1) Raiders of the Lost Ark

1) Raiders of the Lost Ark

R2-D2 and C-3PO, droids from the original ''Star Wars'' films were shown as Egyptian hieroglyphs were drawn on the walls of a temple.

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2) The Simpsons

2) The Simpsons
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All the characters in the Simpsons world have four fingers on each hand except for God and Jesus. They have five fingers on both hands.

3) Tron (1982)

3) Tron (1982)
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Since the film was released by Walt Disney Studios, there's a scene where Mickey Mouse can be seen in the background.

4) The Matrix Reloaded

4) The Matrix Reloaded
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Most license plates in the ''Matrix'' have a reference to Bible verses. Trinity's and Morpheus's license plate numbers "DA203" correspond to Daniel 2:03: ''I have had a dream that troubles me and I want to know what it means."

5) Futurama

5) Futurama
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In the ''Futurama'' TV series, you can see the head of Eric Cartman in a scene. Cartman is a famous character of another popular animated series, ''South Park.''

6) Fast Five

6) Fast Five
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Character Han's full name sounds like Han Seoul-Oh, similar to the name of Han Solo, one of the major characters of the ''Star Wars'' franchise.

7) A Clockwork Orange

7) A Clockwork Orange
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Stanley Kubrick made a reference to his movie '2001: A Space Odyssey' by placing the number ''2001'' on a lower shelf in the record store.

8) Aladdin

8) Aladdin
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Everytime Jasmine's tiger Rajah gets rid of the Jafar's spell, his ears turn into a pair of Mickey Mouse's ears.

9) Fight Club

9) Fight Club
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Starbucks coffee cup is almost everywhere in the movie.

10) Breaking Bad

10) Breaking Bad
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When Jesse and Walt cook the first batch of meth in the desert, Walt takes off his pants in the beginning of the series. At the end of the last season, when the two return to the desert, his pants are still there and can be seen in the bottom left corner of the screen.

11) Star Trek

11) Star Trek
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An R2-D2 makes an appearance in the film 'Star Trek'.