In the part right before the girl is thrown in the heroine needle pit, Jonas takes the envelope with the drug dealers tape. When the cop's son pulls the cover off the pit, you can see that the envelope that Jonas just ripped off is still on. It's right near the bottom of the screen, and in the middle. See more...
During the opening scene Jigsaw shows the head-trap victim where the key is. Jigsaw is seen leaning over a table with the victim lying unconscious on it. This wasn't actually the actor who played Jigsaw; it was a cameo appearance from director Darren Lynn Bousman. See more...
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Continuity: In the very beginning of Saw 2 when the informant awakes and realizes where he is and suddenly gets up from the chair there is a brief shot of him from the rear. If you look closely the leather waistband for the trap is completely loose, but when the camera quickly switches to his front, it shows the leather waist band tight around his waist.
Revealing: In the opening scene, the helmet closes on the guy's head. Inside there are spikes on all sides, but when his head falls to the ground the blood only comes out the bottom. The spikes should have also gone into the other side of his head and blood should have run down his face to the floor.
Trivia: In the room with the razor blade box, if you look at the top of the frame, you can see a lock with a key in it. If the actress walked a few feet further, she could've unlocked the box and gotten the syringe. Obviously this would've defeated the purpose of her dying, but interesting to point out. Confirmed in DVD special features.
Continuity: When Emmanuelle Vaugier walks into the room with the clear box trap hanging from the ceiling, in the middle of the two hand openings is a syringe with the antidote. It is filled with significantly more in the close up shots, than there is in the full shots which show a lot less in the syringe.