Jigsaw

Other mistake: The scars on the back of Logan are inclined, but the saws in the beginning were arranged horizontally. (00:47:00)

hoppbro
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Suggested correction: Logan is seen struggling and wriggling about, which is totally understandable. Hence, the cuts on his back aren't perfectly straight, and are at different angles - he was moving the entire time.

TedStixon

Other mistake: During the opening trap we see Mitch strike the blades with his chain and get yanked forward. However, despite being yanked forward he still manages to stand in line with the others which he shouldn't be able to do, as his chain was shorter due to the extra tug he received. (00:06:30)

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