Spider-Man

Continuity mistake: When Peter is testing the web on the crane, his fringe swaps between messy/ brushed /windy / still between frames in no order whatsoever.

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Continuity mistake: When Osborn is drinking whiskey and hears his inner voice, is about to see the African masks and before watching himself in the mirror, his fringe swaps from messy to brushed.

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Continuity mistake: When Osborn is laid on the stretcher about to enter the vault, the cables by his right shoulder change positions between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Aunt May opens Peter's sleeve to show his wound, the opening differs between frames.

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Continuity mistake: During the famous kiss scene, Mary Jane's hair keeps swapping styles between shots. It changes between hairless cheek then hair on cheek, and soaked and straight to curly hair.

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Continuity mistake: When Aunt May is praying, right before being attacked by Goblin, the portrait moves closer/ further away from the quilt between shots.

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Continuity mistake: When Peter shoots his web at his bedroom lamp and pulls it across the room, it smashes against the wall and breaks. But when Aunt May is talking to Peter from the door seconds later, the lamp is back on the dresser in one piece. (00:32:15)

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Question: How did webs come out of his wrist at the beginning in the cafeteria if he didn't do the gesture?

Answer: The gesture isn't to create the web, it's to actually shoot them. As such, if another method of drawing them forth is available, the gesture isn't needed. The fork's managed to get stuck to the exit point for his webs - we see what appears to be a small patch of a weblike substance, so presumably it's slightly sticky. Peter then pulls the fork, and in doing so is pulling the webs out from the spinnerets - so no need for the gesture in this case. When he then webs the tray on the next table, if you look closely, he's doing the correct gesture.

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