Early Tuesday morning, Reddit user thesquarerootof1 started a discussion on the most historically inaccurate movies. Thesquarerootof1 chose Pocahontas.

How come they skipped the part where a settler kills and eats his own wife because he was facing starvation? Oh, and Pocahontas was around 9 when she met John Smith met. Also John Smith was not this tall beautiful man, he was short with a huge beard.

Along with Titanic, movies about Steve Jobs, Troy, and the National Treasure films, here are 15 films selected by Redditors. 







What do you think is the most historically inaccurate movie? Let us know in the comments.

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