Corrected entry: In the scene where they are all sitting in the court room and the camera is panning across their faces, you can clearly see a guy sitting next to the aisle giving a thumbs-up to the camera.
Corrected entry: When the detectives are talking to Suzie's mother it's daylight, and a few seconds later, when they're walking up to her trailer it's the middle of the night.
Corrected entry: Later in the movie when Officers Ray Duquette and Gloria Perez are in the police station, they walk through a door marked Display ID beyond this point. In this scene, although everyone else is displaying a clip ID on their chest, Duquette and Perez are not wearing ID tags or their badges at all.
Corrected entry: When Ray and Sam are out on the boat near the end, and Sam swings the boat, we see Ray topple over the side. The camera cuts back to Sam smirking, and then back to Ray, who we see hanging on for dear life to a rope. He then manages to pull himself back up onto the boat. Wasn't this man shot in the shoulder only days before? How could he have mustered the arm strength needed to haul himself back on board?
Corrected entry: Kelly is soaking wet when she enters Sam's house, yet when she leaves she's dry. She is not in there long enough for that to happen, even with the time allotted to stage the rape.
Corrected entry: At the end Suzie's teeth are intact and look exactly the same. This is impossible because Suzie and Sam pulled Suzie's teeth out to make it look like she had been murdered. It's unlikely she could have managed to get new teeth while she was 'dead' without alerting anyone by accessing her money or insurance.