Blank Check

Plot hole: To buy the house, Preston would have had to sign some papers in-person, and no realtor would let a young child act as an intermediary (for "Mr. Macintosh") for such a legal procedure.

Knever

Plot hole: It is not money laundering if you give FBI marked bills to the banker and he hands you back the same marked bills. If the banker had handed back unmarked bills, in regards to the check for cash exchange with the kid, then the FBI teller would never have figured out that "Macintosh" was using the marked FBI money. Thus the money would actually have been laundered. The main villain did not actually do any money laundering, only bank robbery.

Continuity mistake: Right after the guy writes a check and sees the cop pull around the corner, he gives the kid the check. When he takes off in his car, the bike has disappeared.

Jason Sieberg

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Trivia: The castle that is seen in the movie is an actual house in Austin, Texas, where much of the movie was filmed. An interesting point is that it is merely a facade; the rest of the house behind it is normal.

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Question: How did Preston's backpack end up in the wide park area even though he left it in the woods?

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