The Greatest Showman

New this week Continuity mistake: In the dance "from now on" the large lady by the bar is on her own, two shots later she has moved 10ft to her left, is surrounded by people and the tattooed man is dancing on a table in front of her that wasn't there before - he was at the front dancing two shots before. (01:28:00)

New this week Continuity mistake: During the dance "from now on" the room size frequently changes to wider and back again. The true "narrow" width is shown from outside when Barnum leaves the bar. (01:29:00)

New this month Continuity mistake: In the song "come back home" two dancers are on the bar and dance past each other. In a different shot straight after, they are seen back where they were, and dance past each other again. (01:28:00)

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Continuity mistake: When Barnum goes to see Charity by the beach at the end of the film, they embrace. As the camera shows a close up of their faces Charity's head is on Barnum's right shoulder, but when they reverse the shot to show her expression she is now on his left shoulder. (01:30:10)

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Continuity mistake: During the "This is me" sequence, the tattooed man is wearing a red cape. During the last few seconds of the song, he loses the cape and then it reappears again. (00:59:55)

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Continuity mistake: When Jenny Lind is first introduced and is walking in, she doesn't have gloves on. When PT Barnum and Phillip Carlyle kiss her hand she's wearing formal gloves. (00:44:35)

Continuity mistake: PT arrives home to tell Charity that he's been fired. Depending on the angle, a long strand of hair falls over her left cheek or not. This keeps swapping back and forth.

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Continuity mistake: When young PT makes young Charity laugh, she spills tea over her dress, leaving it soaking wet. When the angle changes it's almost dry.

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