Best romance movie mistakes of 2012
Continuity mistake: At the boy band gig at the Bourbon Club, Drew is wearing a red shirt and a coloured jacket. He runs off stage when he sees Sherree and they kiss. She tells him the jacket has to go and pushes it off his shoulders, Drew is now wearing a black vest top and the red shirt has disappeared.
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Continuity mistake: Near the end of the movie, when they are being chased on the unfinished bridge, FDR blows up one of the cars following them and it flips upside down and remains on the road, but when Heinrich attempts to run them over the road is clear, no flipped cars or even signs of an explosion.
Continuity mistake: After Dave leaves the party that he and his friends go to after the movies, he's driving in the car. His phone is in the passenger seat and he gets a text message, the time reads 1:57. The shot changes to a close up on his face and when it changes back he picks up the phone and the time now reads 11:15.
Continuity mistake: In the very beginning, the truck that hits the vehicle does so from straight behind. However, when they pan out, someone the truck is perpendicular to the crashed car. The snow tracks don't show the car that was hit swerving, and there aren't any tracks to show that the truck reversed either.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Dodge and Penny enters Olivia's last known residence, Penny one of the door windows. She then gets access to the door lock on the inside and she opens the door. As Penny and Dodge enters, it is visible that the window is broken. This is shown both in the first and second shot. At the third shot it is easily noticeable that the same window behind them has been magically repaired, and is in a normal, unbroken condition. The fourth shot shows that the window is again broken.
Continuity mistake: During the scene where Daniella and Clay are enjoying a glass of wine together and she is revealing how much she knows about him, Daniella's left hand/arm positions change continually throughout the shots, from on the chair arm to playing with her hair/alongside her face.