Corrected entry: Nicolas Cage arrives home late to find his daughter asleep. He has bought a tub of her favorite ice cream, but apparently neither of them stay up to eat it. First thing the next morning, she gets the ice cream out. When opened, it's obviously already been eaten from.
Corrected entry: Throughout the film Cage shows signs of OCD, towards the end of the film he slowly slips out of it and eventually gets it out of his system. However, when he is with his daughter and they order pizza he opens the door for the pizza man. At no point in the movie does he just open his front door, he does it three times.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Roy is driving Angela home after meeting her the first time, the camera changes back and forth from a shot of the driver and a shot of the passenger. In the shots of the driver, his side view mirror shows a moving reflection of road, cars and scenery. In the shots of the passenger, the side view mirrow shows the same blurry picture which does not move at all.
Corrected entry: All the times that Roy is in his car you can see that the windows are dirty. For someone like him, you'd think he'd clean them.
Corrected entry: When Roy leaves Angela at his house to go make a deal, she searches it while he is gone. When she finds the dog and opens it and sees the gun and money, she says "no way," like she can't belive it but at the end, it reveals that she was in on the con all along. Why would she be suprised if she knew all along that he was a con artist?
Corrected entry: In one scene in the movie, when Cage is waiting for his daughter to come home from school, there are 3 quick camera shots from Cage to outside the car, back to Cage inside the car, and back to outside the car, all within about 5 seconds, in the first one, the cigarette in his mouth is still new/long, in the second it's short, and in the third, it's back to new/long.
Corrected entry: Towards the end of the movie, Nicholas Cage gets out of the hospital bed easily, despite the fact that his hand was hand-cuffed to the side of the bed.