Trapped (2002)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where Charlize Theron brings her daughter the medicine in the field after she is kidnapped, it is raining in front of Joey's car and not Marvin's. This continues the entire scene.

Correction: I thought the same thing, but then I realized this. It is dark out and they are on a road in the woods. Most bugs are attracted to bright light, so it is possible that it could have been a bunch of bugs flying around his headlights.

Corrected entry: When the wife and the kidnapper are back at the house, and he looks at where he hit her, the bruise is on the wrong side from where he hit her.

Correction: When he hit her, her face slammed into the car under the window which is where the bruise he is looking at came from.

Corrected entry: In the movie Kevin Bacon is referred to as Joey. In the credits Kevin Bacon is referred to as Mickey.

Correction: His name actually reads Hickey, which is Joey's last name.

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