Continuity mistake: In the scene where Barney is headed home from work right before his wife leaves him for the athlete, the sun looks like it's morning sun. After about 30-45 seconds into the conversation with his wife why she is leaving, the sun changes to a late afternoon. It is very apparent on the mailbox. The shadows completely change direction in a matter of minutes.
Continuity mistake: When Vinnie takes Joan Cusack's kids to the ball game, pay attention to where they are sitting. When they first sit down you can see a row of people sitting in front of them. But after they sing the National Anthem (and all the shots after that), there is a railing in front of them.
Continuity mistake: When Vinny is telling the anecdote at the end about Christmas and he is interrupted by the hitmen, he moves the kids back and then dives behind some wooden pallets, and immediately pops up to shoot the guns out of the hitmen's hands. As Vinnie pops up to shoot, the stuntman's hand reappears in shot from the side of the pallets.
Continuity mistake: In the scene where Barney and Vinnie are on the plane to New York for Vinnie to testify, they are handcuffed, apparent as he reaches up to pay the flight attendant for his drinks. Seconds later in the same scene he asks for Barney's pen and their hands are no longer cuffed. When they subsequently get off the plane, they are again handcuffed.
Continuity mistake: At the end of the movie, Hannah is introducing Vinnie at the ballpark dedication. She is seen standing on an elevated podium with nothing behind her. In the next scene showing her on the podium not only do the support beams disappear but there are people standing behind her.
Continuity mistake: When Vinnie uses the price gun in the meat department he takes all the meat he used the gun on and puts it in his cart. In the very next scene he's seen trying to push the cart but he's having trouble because it's suppose to be filled with all those meats. The only problem is that there's no sign of the meat he just put in the cart and the cart is not even 3/4 full.
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