In another thread on this forum, someone talks about a movie scene in which an airplane flies so close to a hotel that it hits a guitar (I assume bigger than life-size) on the building, and then immediately lands at an air strip that, in real life, is nowhere near the hotel.
I remember a Kevin Costner movie, "No Way Out," set in Washington, DC, in which he went to DC's subway station in Georgetown (the ritzy section of DC, which prevented a substation there for fear that people from other less desirable sections might end up in their neck of the woods). Then he came up out of the subway in the Old Post Office Building (this was filmed in 1987, before Donald Trump turned the old government building into a Trump Hotel), which actually has no subway entrance or exit in it.
Any other examples of movie magic that show impossible views and make us believe it? Any stories (dead tree or SOL) that do the same?