Continuity mistake: The whole big prison bus escape scene revolves around Chris Tucker being handcuffed to the French guy, but when Frenchy's friend arrives in the bus he stands up and hugs him while the handcuff is shown completely unlocked from Tucker's hand. In the next shot and the entire next scene they are still handcuffed together.
Continuity mistake: During the scene in which Chris Tucker is in jail recounting his story to Faizon Love (about how the cops handled him when being arrested), in a shot showing the bodies and heads of Tucker and Love while they sit side by side on a bench, Love takes off his shirt and unzips his pants, exposing his orange underwear. A few moments later, another shot shows both men again, but this time, Love's pants are zipped up, no longer exposing the underwear.
Continuity mistake: Just before Frenchie has Franklin thrown from the helicopter, there is a shot of Franklin looking out the helicopter's open door. As they fly by the docks, they are considerably higher than a cruise ship at the dock. This giant ocean liner is about 15 decks (stories) high, but when Franklin jumps to the water, he falls a much shorter distance.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Aaron and his bodyguard are sitting in the stadium, shooting at the bad guys, Aaron uses a shoulder mounted rocket launcher to blow up the control booth. As Aaron lifts the launcher to fire the rocket, there is nothing in the tube, you can see all the way through it, but a rocket flies out as soon as the trigger is pressed.
Continuity mistake: In the very first scene, Chris Tucker is driving a Benz. There is a shot of the front license plate. In the next scene when he pulls away from the stadium, there is a shot of the back license plate and its different than the one from the other shot. Just after that he pulls into the car wash and there is no plate on the front at all.
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