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Fast & Furious 6

Continuity mistake: During the runway scene, Shaw's vehicle is seen fitted with HID type headlights (bluish tinge). Yet during the sweeping wide angle shots and when Shaw drives into the cargo plane, the lights are a standard yellow.

AngryBird
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Continuity mistake: Throughout the entire movie, Hobbs has a goatee. But when Hobbs is driving and talking on the phone to Tej, his goatee is gone. In Hobbs' next scene, the goatee is suddenly back again.

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Factual error: Brian mentions that the engines in Shaw's flipcars sound like the engines you hear at Le Mans, turbo diesels. These cars have over 500 horsepower and are capable of reaching speeds upwards of 250 miles an hour. They also weigh less than one ton. Shaw's cars seem to meet all these demands: massive power and torque, no body fat and very fast. But here is also a problem: Dom is easily able to keep up in a factory-tuned BMW, which would be nearly twice as heavy, and Hobbs is able to keep up in his "four-wheeled tank", which would be thrice the weight, with even less power. There is no way that an extremely good driver like Shaw wouldn't be able to lose them with such an advantage in terms of power to weight ratios.

Friso94

Factual error: In the scene where Shaw is talking to a goon while fixing his car he states the simplest things cause the most problems while holding a spark plug. We know this can't be right as Brian concludes the car is a turbo diesel like a Le Mans car, which would actually use a glow plug and not a spark plug.

Continuity mistake: During the chase scene on the bridge involving the tank, two cars (silver Toyota Corolla hatchback, licence NE34 12 and a black VW Bora, licence NU67 67) appear during many shots, often travelling in different directions on the bridge and either ahead or behind the chase.

AngryBird

Continuity mistake: During the scene where the cable is shot into the sides of the cliffs to stop the convoy, there are no civilians in the area. As soon as the convoy hits the cable and stops, you can see two normal cars just feet away from it. Not only were the cars never there before, but they would have also gotten stopped by the cable.

Other mistake: Dom drives his Dodge Charger out of the Antonov's cargo hold - which is filled with, well, cargo - through the nose of the plane which was already on fire while he was still in it - and yet there isn't a single dent on his car before he loses control and rolls it.

Friso94

Continuity mistake: Han's Charger gets pretty badly damaged during the chase over the runway - especially when he his up against the jeep with Shaw's guys in it. Yet at the end of the chase, it doesn't even have so much as a scratch.

Friso94

Continuity mistake: When Shaw orders the driver to take the tank to the other side, the tank swerves to the left and just as the camera changes you can see the tracks stop. In the next shot though it is still traveling at speed.

A Demon

Continuity mistake: Tej tells Hobbs he's got this, and the scene changes to establishing shots around London. The first shot shows a shot of London, featuring many landmarks and Big Ben in the background. The time in the first shot is 2:10. The shot changes with the camera closer to Big Ben and the time is suddenly 3:00.

Continuity mistake: When Roman is fighting the guy on the bonnet of Shaw's Land Rover, Tej signals him to get back on his Mercedes jeep. When Roman does this, the jeeps are pressed up against one another. Then Tej rams Shaw's Land Rover into the jetwash of the plane. Right before he does this, suddenly a massive gap has appeared between the cars.

Friso94

Continuity mistake: During the car chase in London Brian and his team get their cars shot up, but in the following chase the cars show no damage.

Continuity mistake: In scenes showing how Letty survived the explosion it shows her crawling out of the car then getting blown down the hill, but in Fast and Furious she is still in the car when Phoenix shoots it, causing the explosion, so she couldn't have been blown down the hill.

Character mistake: Brian compares Shaw's cars to "something you'd hear at Le Mans, a turbo diesel." However, a turbo-diesel is simply a turbocharged diesel engine, fairly popular (and common) in Europe like its non-charged counterpart, due to much better gas mileage and lower price of diesel fuel. On the other hand, WEC (World endurance championship, under which Le Mans 24 belongs) allows lot of variability in engine design. TDI engine was only used by Audi teams and for a short time, by Peugeot. Others used petrol turbo or NA engines.

Factual error: The route Dom and Letty use for their race is not consistent with the sights shown in the background - they are jumping all around the west end of London, then pull up near Battersea Power Station which is south of the Thames.

Plot hole: When the crew is chasing after Shaw and his gang. Shaw's goons plant bombs on their cars. The bomb on Brian's car is in a location that technically Brian wouldn't have even known that it was there. If this bomb was somewhere he couldn't see it, then Brian wouldn't have been able to clip the pole to make it fall off.

BeastQueen

Continuity mistake: When the lorry hits the wire, it raises up at the back of the tractor unit and start of trailer. Camera cuts to a different angle and it raises up again.

A Demon
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Continuity mistake: When Dom and Letty are talking on the start line ready for their race, Dom's right arm is either on the passenger seat or down depending on the shot.

A Demon

Revealing mistake: Just as the buggy flips Brian's car, it does a handbrake turn and on the ground are tyre marks from a previous take.

A Demon

Continuity mistake: When Hobbs asks where Shaw is at the very start, the distance between the 2 men changes instantly.

A Demon

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Dominic Toretto: you're going to be a great father, Brian.
Brian O'Conner: What makes you so sure?
Dominic Toretto: Because I'll be there to kick your ass if you ain't.

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When Brian goes undercover as a prison inmate to talk to Braga, his fake name is T. Bridges. Bridges is the real last name of Ludacris who plays Tej, and T is the first initial of Tyrese Gibson who plays Roman.

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