Continuity mistake: When Chris, Brad and Sarah are watching TV in the living room you can hear a scene from the movie Halloween but there is something totally different on the TV. Also, as Chris starts to leave later on, there are several shots of the TV and Halloween is now on screen but the scene being shown is the same one that was heard earlier.Tina Gilliam
Visible crew/equipment: In the factory where the kids are escaping from the office by climbing up through the ceiling and onto the rafters, if you look down into the office you can see a sound technician complete with boom mike crouched down trying to make an unobtrusive exit from behind the desk. Original video only.Stuart Green
Continuity mistake: As the tow truck rolls up to hook up the car, watch the way the four are standing. Daryl is behind Brad by a good foot or so and Chris is just in front of Brad. In the closeup for Chris' line, she and Brad are shoulder to shoulder and Daryl immediately behind them. Cut back to the long shot and they're as before again. (00:22:40)Phoenix
Continuity mistake: When Sarah is on the top floor of her parents' building (which is under construction), the camera view from behind her shows her holding a mallet by her side, when the camera switches to the front she is holding the mallet in front of her with her elbow bent. (01:21:55)
Other mistake: This takes place during the scene when Chris, Sarah, and Brad are in the living room. Darryl shows up in one window and Brad quickly shuts the curtains on him. Within a few seconds Darryl shows up at the window at the other side of the room. The direction in which he appeared in the window signifies that he ran all the way around the house. I don't see how that could be done in a few seconds. (00:11:30)
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