The Animal

The Animal (2001)

29 mistakes

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Continuity mistake: Near the end of the movie, Marvin meets up with the doctor who tells him that something else is in the woods doing the killing. They both take off running and the doctor falls flat on his back. Marvin turns to go back to the doctor, and the doctor is now sitting straight up and not in the same spot he fell at.


Other mistake: When Marvin and Sgt. Sisk are driving in the squad car, Sgt. Sisk notices Rianna walking her dogs and attempts to pull the car over to the right alongside the curb, but is actually just sliding his hands across the steering wheel, not really turning the steering wheel.


Continuity mistake: When Rob is falling off the cliff in his car, the dents on the car appear, then appear somewhere else, then disappear completely, then appear again.

Visible crew/equipment: The scene where the Doctor decides to change Marvin's name to snowball and Marvin is wearing a cone around his neck, there is a guy walking around in the background while the Doctor is talking. Yet he only lives with animals.

Bri boo

Continuity mistake: Notice the hot girl Marvin's watching. She's facing forwards to pick up her keys then after a shot of Marvin suddenly she's facing him.


Continuity mistake: When Marvin pulls drugs out of the guy's pants they're in his right hand yet when he holds them up suddenly they're in his left.


Marvin Mange: Now that's some good badger milk.

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Trivia: In the scene where Rob Schnider takes the drugs from that guy's bum you hear in the background someone say "That's a huge bitch" just like in Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo when he is walking around with the tall woman.

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