Panic Room

Continuity mistake: During the first meal in the new house, the level of Coke in the daughter's glass keeps changing as the camera cuts between her and her mother. The Coke can revolves as well. Sometimes the Coke-logo is visible, at other times the list of ingredients is facing the audience.

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Continuity mistake: When Meg and Sarah are inspecting the house in the beginning of the film, Sarah's bag has pawprints on it in the first shot. In the second shot the pawprints change to faces.

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Continuity mistake: The girl is inside the room with Forrest Whitaker and the other guy, about the time Whitaker picks up the red thing with the needle, watch the loose hair on the right side of her head, close to her ear: It keeps moving up, down, sometimes is wetter, sometimes dryer. And the girl barely moves.

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Continuity mistake: When Junior is shot in the head, the original bullet wound is almost exactly between the eyes, but when you see him lying on the floor, the bullet wound is over his right eye

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After the intruders flood the panic room with propane, Jody Foster's character gets a lighter and ignites the propane causing it to burn along the ceiling. This would be impossible as propane is heavier than air and would sink to the floor rather than rise up to the ceiling. Lighting a flame in that room should have caused anyone in the room and on the floor to be engulfed in flames almost instantly.

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The shot of Meg turning on the security screens took 57 takes before director David Fincher was happy.

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