The Matrix (1999)
Before the cut they show Morpheus holding Neo's ankle/foot in one direction, but in the next cut Morpheus flips Neo in the opposite direction which would have been impossible based on the way he held Neo's foot in the previous moment.
Neo does a side kick in to the chest of Morpheus, who catches it, right hand on top, left hand underneath Neo's ankle.
The spin is correct and Morpheus's hands spin Neo and end up with his elbows crossed from the motion of twisting Neo's ankle.
However in the final cut of the scene, instead of having his elbows crossed then going to the finishing stance, Morpheus is already in the finishing stance and Laurence Fishburne has to correct the movement.
He then lowers his arms so his elbows are crossed, then repeats the finishing movement with his left hand above his head and the right hand down by his right hip.
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This line is from a 1972 commercial which ran for 12 years in regular rotation and has been used through 1999, giving it a 28 year life span.
Morpheus states that the year was 2199 rather than 1999.
Tank was born in Zion, so the idea that he would have been exposed to commercials is not possible. The idea that this commercial and the vagueness of the Life cereal commercial would have been lost to time.
One could say the others from the Matrix could have exposed Tank to the idea of using that phrase, but it seems unlikely that Tank would have any connection to using it as a catch phrase due to the lack of exposure.