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One my favorite junk-food movies -- the kind that you have no interest in actually owning, but will stop and leave on while channel-surfing or have on in the background while working or doing chores -- is Oliver Stone's JFK, even though it's riddled with errors, some more annoying than others. [Like, I often wonder if Stone and/or Jim Garrison intentionally placed the two court stand-ins [or ... sit-ins] for Kennedy & Connally in the wrong positions for their demonstration of the magic bullet's journey. Connally was in a jump seat, sitting lower and toward the side of the limo, not in a normal front car seat. The magic bullet's not that magic, even if the theory was presented by a consummate bullshit artist like Arlen Specter.] Anyway, here is a list of 100 Errors of Fact and Judgment from the film. I don't agree with many of their judgment judgments, and it's a bit unfair to use data and analysis unavailable to Garrison [assuming Stone stuck to what Garrison said in court] at the time, but it's an interesting read.