When Jerry is at the copy place at the beginning getting his paper put together, the guy behind the counter is lead guitarist for the band Alice in Chains, Jerry Cantrell. See more...
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Continuity: When Tidwell gets the wind knocked out of him at the Christmas Eve game, and he is lying in the end zone, he is clutching the ball to his chest. When the camera pans out to a distance shot, his arm is outstretched and the ball is lying off to the side. When the camera comes back in for a close up, it is clutched to his chest again.
Continuity: When Dorothy and Jerry kiss on the sofa, her beer glass is still on the tray on the table in front of them. A shot appears with no beer in view. The tray is slightly out of shot but the top of the beer glass would certainly be in view. In a longer shot, the beer is visible again. Dorothy does not touch the glass between shots.
Audio problem: In the scene where Jerry and Dorothy are having dinner at a restaurant, Dorothy leaves the table to make a phone call. While she is on the phone the Mexican musicians come over to Jerry and start playing music at their table. At one point, the shot is on Jerry with the violin player standing behind him. In the song they are playing you can hear the sound of the violin playing, but at the same time the violin player standing behind Jerry drops his violin and is holding it at waist level while the song is still playing. Since he is the only violin player there is no way we should still be hearing it in the song.
Plot hole: Towards the beginning of the movie Dorothy first "meets" Jerry by eavesdropping on his conversation with a woman in the airplane. But Jerry is located in First Class whereas Dorothy is in Coach. Going by her seat location it seems like she's sitting at least 10 rows from Jerry, plus the area that divides Coach from First Class between them. And Jerry is speaking in a soft voice. Add to that the drone that an airplane makes (even if not airborne) and it's highly unlikely that she would have been able to hear him, even if he was the only person talking in the plane (also unlikely).
Continuity: In the scene in front of Dorothy's house when she and Jerry are talking, Dorothy tells Jerry "I'm not built that way", then Jerry leans forward with his elbows on his knees with his head down. The camera shot is behind Jerry's back when Dorothy leans over and puts her hands on Jerry's head and gives him a kiss, then gets up to go in the house. But just as she kisses him and gets up, the shot changes to in front of Jerry, except now he is resting his head in his left hand, where just a second before his hands were nowhere in sight.
Continuity: During the scene in which Jerry and Avery break up we see him comforting her right before she punches him. When the shot is from behind him you can see that he is holding her and stroking her face with his right hand. As the camera switches angle to face him his hands are now at his sides.