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Viral Twitter Account Calling Out Movie 'Goofs' Is Trolling Fans Everywhere 😂

By Alex Maxx

Fandoms are a powerful force. Whether a movie franchise or an infamous character on a television show, there is always a group of dedicated and unwavering fans. Fandoms like this typically become frustrated, and even irate, when people get information wrong — and that especially applies to diehard movie devotees.

The Twitter account @movie_goofs covers popular movies like Inception, Planet of the Apes, and Fight Club. Sean, the man behind the well-known parody account, points out mistakes in joke tweets that "misunderstand movies and moviemaking." He does it on purpose.

And he's racked up more than 34,000 followers by infuriating movie fans.

What does that mean exactly? The account builds a Twitter thread of plot holes, mishaps in continuity, character errors, factual errors, and more — and everything is completely made up. 

Check out a couple examples: