Best horror movie other mistakes of 1996
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Other mistake: In the scene where Nicole opens her locker and a note from David falls out, the handwriting is exactly the same as the seen where Nicole leaves a note taped to the bedroom door for her father. Although the letters are larger, the same applies to the note on the father's vandalized car, which says he's popped both of their cherries.
Other mistake: When the military convoy is attacked by the terrorists, the terrorists use weapons to blow up the Jeeps. Notice that the first Jeep blown up is parked next to the white guard rail and a sign post that show 36 on it. The same footage from a different angle is used for an another explosion.AidanN
Other mistake: When Frank first runs into Ray's ghost on the street, and they duck into an alleyway to talk, Ray accidentally calls Frank (Michael J. Fox) by his real name "Mike" instead of his character name "Frank." Ray says "I felt this vise-like grip squeezing my heart, and I couldn't breathe, Mike."RymoMymo
Other mistake: When Kate is introduced by Senor Ortega, she is introduced as Kate Riley, but the credits list her as Kate White.
Other mistake: When Sarah is in the magic shop with the owner and they see the glamour of the shop front exploding, both womens' clothes and hair blow around with the force of the explosion. A glamour is a visual trick and as there was no real blast, their clothes/hair shouldn't have moved.
Other mistake: This mistake is actually about the DVD box art. On the cover, George Clooney is pointing his revolver outwards. A revolver has rear and front sights, but if you look at the front of the barrel of the revolver you will see the rear sights and front sights both there. The rear sights are supposed to be on the backside of the revolver, but on the cover the rear sights are actually in front of the front sights. No revolver works like that.Smbrown198632
Other mistake: When the dentist is doing Jody's teeth, any time they are showing the reflection of his teeth through the tooth mirror, you can tell those are not the teeth of a little boy but those of an adult.