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Continuity: In the scene when the mobsters have Tom's son, he gets shot in the shoulder and drops the handgun on the stone walkway, as you can hear it hit the stones. The shotgun is laying behind him on the grass. When they show it from the upstairs window, the shotgun is completely gone and the handgun is now on the grass, about 6ft from where he originally dropped it.
Continuity: When the police officer "Sam" pulls over the mobsters on the road he gets the driver license from the driver. The shot is made to appear continuous. The back window of the car opens and the officer begins to speak to that mobster. He still hasn't given the drivers license back to any member of the car cause he looks down at it to remember the name of the driver. The mobster in the back rolls up his window and the car drives away. The officer never gave back the license but when the car drives away he doesn't even appear to be holding it anymore cause his arms are folded.
Continuity: In the scene where the mobsters come to get Tom to go back to Philadelphia, Tom lays down his shotgun right next him. In the ensuing sequence where he beats up everybody but finally has Carl pointing a gun at his head, his son Jack somehow gets around everybody and now has the shotgun in his hands. Unless there is another shotgun in the house he couldn't have popped up in the midst of everything without being noticed.
Continuity: In the scene in which the mobsters come to take Tom back to Philadelphia we see Tom snap the bad guys arm and then repeatedly punch him in the nose. Just after the last punch we see that they bad guys nose is still intact, but bloody. In the next shot of the bad guy we see that his nose is now mauled and covered in blood.