Corrected entry: When Willy Jack has come back to his hotel room with a girl and Ruth Meyers is waiting for him there (upset that he has talked to another manager), after they have their words and Ruth leaves the room to get onto the elevator, we can see in the reflection on the elevator wall that she is laughing.
Corrected entry: When Novalee sleeps with the mechanic (this is the same day the couple from Midnight, MS come to sister's door), later, when Novalee is telling Lexie about her fear of being pregnant, she states she met him last month. (Lexie is not pregnant in this scene.) A few scenes later, when she is with Forne buying the Christmas tree, Lexie is extremely pregnant, but on the way home they state that Americus is 5 months old. This is when Americus goes missing, but when sister tells the story, she states that the couple from Midnight, MS came up only yesterday, when in the previous scenes it appears to have spanned several months.TATAM
Corrected entry: Americus was born on July 5, 1995 as it says in the book right after Sister dies. The day after Americus was born, Novalee first meets Lexi and Lexi says "Hope you're not hungry because it's Tuesday." July 6th, 1995 was a Thursday.
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Corrected entry: Mr. Sprock said that he got the kitchen table, but the house was destroyed in the tornado.
Corrected entry: Lexi tells Novellee that Forney had to get stitches because he jumped through the window, but when Novellee goes over to thank Forney a few days later, Forney doesn't have any stitches, cuts or anything.
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Corrected entry: How was Forney able to hear Novalee's screams during labour pain when she was in the middle of the store and the rain was coming down as heavily as it was, especially with all the thunder?
Corrected entry: At the end of the movie, when Novalee goes to visit Willy Jack in the hospital, they are talking at a regular volume. But when the nurse comes in, she is all upset saying that she can hear them all the way down the hall.
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