Continuity mistake: During the basketball match, when the big guy is making a lot of noise, guards come up to him from the front and behind to take him out of the arena. The guy at the back puts his right arm over the big guy to his chest, but in the front view, that guard doesn't have his arm across his front anymore.
Continuity mistake: When Stan gets a suite upgrade at the beginning of the film, he walks outside to check out the view, in the first shot of him walking out, the camera pans out and we can see the balcony has no large plant to Stan's right, yet in the following shot when the camera pans out to a wider angle, there is now a rather large plant to Stan's right thats suddenly appeared.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where we see Lola working on the deck to expand it, Max asks her "what are you doing?", in this shot when the camera angle is at the side of Lola a large beam with a white sheet attached to the deck of the house right behind Lola, yet in the following shot from Max's perspective there is no beam or white sheet, just ocean and clouds.
Continuity mistake: Near the beginning of the film when Stan is at Max's place, he flips over a card to show Max a picture of the cruise ship, in this shot we see Stan's two fingers holding the card and the other two bent, but in the following shot, all four fingers are now on the card.
Plot hole: Max apparently hacked into the Suburban's 'ON STAR' system to take remote control of the vehicle. Not possible: There is no way to shift into drive, steer, apply brakes, or apply the gas pedal by remote control unless there are previously installed mechanical devices that can operate those controls. The electronic controls in a modern vehicle can only operate mechanical devices, and the ones needed to do this type of thing are NOT installed on any car from the factory. It is also clear that Max did NOT somehow previously install these devices on the vehicle unbeknown to Stan, for Lola( dressed as the street bum) had to retrieve the VIN number in order to access the 'ON STAR' programming, which they would have already had if they had previous access to the vehicle.