The other day my fiance and I were on a triple date and we did the things you can only do when there's this many loosely connected, romantically paired people involved: Go to a chain wings and beers place and go see a cheesy popcorn flick with The Rock.

We saw "Snitch" and in it he drives a 2013 Ram 1500. Or a 2012 Ram 1500. I wasn't sure of this because: 1. It had a rotary shifter, which was new for 2013 and 2. The Ram 1500 nameplate was horizontal on the side, which ended in the 2012 model year.

The Rock's in this truck a lot and what bugged me more was the sound effects added every time he parked or changed gears: It was audible. Rotary shifts aren't audible. It got me thinking: What's something that an everyday, straight-off-the-lot car has done in movies that couldn't possibly happen in real life?

My first thought would be the entire movie "The Chase" (the love scene, really?), but share your thoughts down below.