Scream 2

Revealing mistake: When the killer is attacking Cici on the balcony, you can see blood on Cici's back before she is even stabbed and both times she is stabbed, the knife that comes out of her back has no blood on it. (00:33:20)

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Revealing mistake: When Randy, Gale, Dewey and Joel are sitting on a bench in the school grounds, Gale is smoking; but no smoke comes out of her mouth when she takes a drag, nor does the cigarette have any smoke coming off it. (00:58:35)

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Revealing mistake: Just before the cop gets impaled through the head by the pole, you can see that it is obviously a dummy. (01:23:45)

Migster
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Revealing mistake: In the opening scene when Phil gets stabbed in the head, watch carefully and you can see the retractable blade popping back out when he pulls his head away. (00:08:05)

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Revealing mistake: When the killer attacks Sid's bodyguards, the younger one has blood on his throat before the killer slashes it.

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Revealing mistake: When Cici is stabbed in the sorority house, her shirt is bloody, but there is not a hole in the material. (00:33:20)

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Revealing mistake: When Mickey is flying through the air after getting shot at the end of the movie, if you look closely you can see it's a stunt double. (01:46:00)

Migster
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Revealing mistake: When Mickey draws the gun at the end of the movie, a hammer is heard being pulled back. Yet the gun that Mickey is using is hammerless.

Migster
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Revealing mistake: Right before the cop is stabbed at the redlight, you can see blood already on his neck.

amycamille1975
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Revealing mistake: Towards the beginning, when Gale Weathers is talking to the sheriff who is standing at a podium, you see Mickey filming her with a hand-held camera. A panning shot going right following Mickey with some friends walking sideways reveals him looking at the camera twice. This is because he was waiting for his cue to stop.

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Revealing mistake: At the start when Phil Stephens is being stabbed, when the killer draws back the knife you can see there is already blood on the knife. Its only there for a second so you have to look carefully. (00:07:45)

Revealing mistake: When the killer kills Hallie you can plainly see the stuntman's eyes through the mask eyeholes.

Joey221995

Audio problem: When Dewey is being stabbed up against the soundproof glass, you see a shot of Gale shouting "No." You can see a reflection of the killer in the glass standing motionless, but you can hear Dewey being stabbed. (01:18:45)

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Mickey: Oh come on Randy, with all due respect, the killer obvious patterned himself after two serial killers who were immortalized on film.
Guy 2: Thank you!
Film Teacher: So, you're saying that someone is trying to make a real life sequel?
Randy: Stab 2? Why would anyone want to do that? Sequels suck!

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Trivia: If you watch right at the start you will see Sidney watching the TV in her dorm room when Cotton is talking on a show. Look at the interviewer he is talking to - it's the writer of Scream and Scream 2 Kevin Williamson.

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Question: In the movie "Stab" it shows what is supposed to be reenacting Drew Barrymore's death and looks as if it is just like the one in the first film. But how could it be almost perfect if no one was there to see it?

Movieman123

Chosen answer: In real life, they'd have known there was a phone call involved. They would have known her boyfriend was killed. They could have easily pieced together that the killers played a cat and mouse game with the Drew Barrymore character. But that doesn't account for all the details. Anything else would be speculation. My speculation: Maybe Billy Loomis kept a diary.

K.C. Sierra
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