Corrected entry: When they realise there is a storm coming, you see two men sprinting down the mountain. Climbers can't do this. The air is so thin, and hard to breathe in, and the difficulty of that climb, they become so tired, that it is physically impossible to do.
Corrected entry: The footage that Pam presents of Deeds obviously couldn't have gotten from her camera. Notice of all the incredible angles she impossibly got, including be in two places at the tame to get two shots of one moment. The footage that she presents is the actual film part, that was shown before. This happens in the two footages she gets.
Corrected entry: When Deeds is playing tennis with Chuck he hits him lots of times. There's one time that he hits his shoulder, yet Chuck covers his throat as if the ball hit him there.
Corrected entry: When the fire rescue story is shown on the tabloid tv show, it more than once shows shots from camera angles that "Pam" could not possibly have caught with her hidden camera (one that appears to be from a neighboring building, for instance.)
Corrected entry: In the scene where Deeds is handing out pizzas with the two business men, he has 3 pizza boxes at the start. He then gives a box to the elderly women sitting on the bench. The shot changes and he has only 1 box left when he goes to help the elderly man cross the street.
Corrected entry: In the scenes where Deeds and "Pam" are by the water fountain and when he is walking home after her goodnight kiss, it is obviously raining outside, though they never get wet.
Corrected entry: When Deeds saves Babe ('Pam') from drowning, she just gets up and leaves as though nothing had happened. However, it's winter in New Hampshire. If this had been real life, Babe would have probably needed a trip to the hospital for frostbite and probably hypothermia as well - water at that temperature is COLD.
Corrected entry: In the restaurant Deeds says to Pam, "I'll get your coat", yet they leave the restaurant without it.
Corrected entry: If the machine employed to find Blake's closest descendant was as high-tech as all the employees said it was, why did it skip over the butler and go to Deeds? The butler is Blake's son, while Deeds is Blake's nephew. And this thing can probably read DNA samples, yes?
Corrected entry: How did Emilio get the $40 billion in the end if the money was already sent to the UNCF?
Corrected entry: Mid-way into the movie, the butler explains to the evil shareholder, that he "hails from Spain," because of a remark made by the shareholder. How could the butler know where his roots are, if is mother died when he was born, and he never knew that Preston Blake was his father?
Corrected entry: While in Deeds' home town the men from New York say that they have to have him sign some papers- dot the T's and cross the I's.