Damien: Omen II

Revealing mistake: This scene takes place just outside the Thorn mansion in a snowy wooded area. Mark confronts Damien about being the Antichrist. Damien says yes and to join him. Mark declines, and then drops dead. In an extreme close-up, Damien yells out "Nooo." If you pause on his close-up, you can see dental work. Fillings or caps, whatever it is. He is supposed to be the Devil's son. He has never been sick or injured (mentioned in The Omen), and is immune to the chemical accident in this film, but oral bacteria? Secondly, even if his teeth can be vulnerable like ours, Damien was written as a 13 year old boy. That's a bit early for that kind of dental work.

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Revealing mistake: When Joan Hart is knocked down by the truck she is replaced by an obvious dummy, it is more obvious when the dummy hits the ground.

Factual error: The movie takes place in Chicago, except for one scene that is supposed to be in New York City (when Damien's uncle visits the priest). Two problems. First, as the cab pulls up to the church where the priest is, it goes past a housing project. Anyone who knows public housing construction in New York and Chicago knows that building is in Chicago. Second, when they go out to a trainyard, you can clearly see the Hancock Tower in the background. Of course, that building is in Chicago, not New York.

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Damien Thorn: Why are you running away from me, Mark?
Mark Thorn: I know who you are.
Damien Thorn: You do?

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Trivia: The winter scene was shot at Eagle River, Wisc. which is in the deep woods. When the Hollywood crew showed up, they brought along fake trees. Those trees were definitely not needed.

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