New this month Deliberate mistake: When Lucy begins to travel through space and time during the climax, she's physically appearing in the difference places - both the native Americans and "Lucy" the ape react to her appropriately with shock. but when she appears in Paris, New York, etc. in crowded areas, nobody reacts to her at all, runs into her, etc. even though she's simply and seemingly magically appeared in the middle of bustling streets around dozens and dozens of people. (Especially strange in New York, when she's in the middle of a massive crowd.) Obviously done on purpose to make the scenes flow quicker, but an oddity nonetheless.
Revealing mistake: When Lucy is chained and locked up in the room by the Korean drug cartel, she is hit in the stomach by the Korean guy. Drugs start leaking into her stomach and her body, and she starts shaking and going up the wall and ceiling. When she is leaning against the wall and crawling up it, the way the gravity affects the chains and her hair shows that she is actually lying on the floor.
Other mistake: In the hospital scene wherein Lucy disarms the gunmen and retrieves the briefcase of drugs, she plunges her hands inside a fallen man's abdomen to retrieve the last bag of drugs. Her hands are thus drenched in fresh, bright red blood. Lucy immediately steps to the corridor doors, places her bloody right hand against the door (plainly touching the glass) and pushes it open. But when she pauses and turns away, there are no bloody handprints, fingerprints or blood smears anywhere on the door.
Add timeCharles Austin Miller
Continuity mistake: After her friend Richard coerces her to go into the hotel with the case to meet Mr. Jang, the man behind the counter who is talking to Mr. Jang asks her name. She says Richard is parking the car and he shows up at the window outside the hotel. Before he is shot, there is red 'blood' already on the window that was not entirely wiped off from previous takes.
Add timeDave Stanley
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