You're probably well aware that Hollywood is completely clueless when it comes to Photoshop. This clip, from CSI: New York, takes that misunderstanding to new lows.
A YouTube user put it best:
To do what they just did, you'd need a 20,000 megapixel image, making each frame 30 gigabytes. The entire video with that resolution (approximately 10 seconds of footage) would be 4.5 terabytes. Yet they managed to do this with a 240p video. LOGIC!