Unbreakable

Revealing mistake: When Bruce Willis is in the hospital, the doctor comes up to him and asks Bruce to look at him. The doctor proceeds to get a torch out and shine it into his eyes. Yet there is no light coming out of the torch. (00:10:25)

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Revealing mistake: When Bruce Willis bumps the guy in the stadium with the gun in his pants he has one of his "flashes" and the camera zooms in in slow motion to the side of his face. You can see that his ear is pierced. He must be "breakable" if he has a hole in him.

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Suggested correction: The 'unbreakableness' of Bruce Willis' character is that his bones cannot break. (According to the explanation given by S. Jackson's character) His skin can be punctured and so forth. If every part of him was invulnerable he couldn't shave or do many bodily processes.

His unbreakableness does extend to his skin. This is first seen in the hospital when David wakes up in the hospital and the doctor tells him he doesn't have a scratch on him. The second time is during the flashback scene of a teenage Audrey and David both ending up in an automobile accident and Audrey being shown bruised, scratched and bleeding and David completely unharmed.

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Character mistake: In the final scene, one of the newspaper clippings on the killer's office wall reads something like, "Huge Mudslide in Mexico: All Killed Expect Newborn." The penultimate word should be "except." (01:35:55)

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Elijah Price: Now that we know who you are, I know who I am. I'm not a mistake. In the comics, you know how you can tell who the arch-villain is going to be? He's the exact opposite of the hero. And sometimes they're friends, just like you and me. I should have known way back when. You know why, David? Because of the kids. They called me Mr. Glass.

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Trivia: The first and last name of Bruce Willis' character, David Dunn, begins with the same sound, like other comic book heroes such as Peter Parker, Clark Kent, Matt Murdock, and Bruce Banner.

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Question: I was watching this film on TV the other night, and was expecting to see the train crash at the start, so I was surprised when I didn't. Has this been cut from the TV version?

Answer: No, the crash never actually happened on-screen.

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