Worst geography blunder in a movie?

What movie has the worst geography error? Steven Seagal's Submerged is is classic—portraying Uruguay as mountainous (it's actually flatter than Kansas). Then there's the goof in Armageddon, where people all over the earth simultaneously celebrate the asteroid exploding—but it's not nighttime anywhere (That's a Michael Bay movie... he is notorious for this stuff). And there's Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull which consistently confuses Mexico and Peru. But my personal favorite is the 1969 disaster movie Krakatoa, East of Java that actually won an Academy Award. The problem: Krakatoa is west of Java. Ooops. (More movie geography errors here)

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