Corrected entry: Lucy's dad brings up the idea for her to paint his shed. The script should have had Lucy wanting to do that on her own - without that prompting there'd be no need for them to bother repainting it every night, which they clearly don't enjoy doing.
Corrected entry: While getting a ticket from the policeman, Lucy discovers the real date by looking at the newspaper box outside the restaurant she frequents. But if she goes to this same restaurant every day, why didn't she ever notice the daily newspapers there before?
Corrected entry: When Lucy enters the diner, it's raining outside and she's not even wet. (00:23:10)
Corrected entry: Done for the sake of our surprise, but grating nonetheless. When Lucy wakes up at the end and sees the tape, she watches it and goes through her now expected shock, but nothing on the tape warns her that a) she's a mother, and b) she's at sea, both of which you'd think would be important to let her know.
Corrected entry: When Lucy is throwing paint around in her father's garage, her hand is covered with paint, but in the next scene when she runs from the garage her hands are clean.
Corrected entry: When Henry, Marlon and Doug are talking about Lucy painting and singing in the garage, Doug is wearing sun glasses. A few shots later his glasses mysteriously disappear. (00:45:15 - 00:45:45)
Corrected entry: When Henry poses as a delivery boy and gives Lucy the lilies and a package, Lucy asks who it is from and Henry responds that it's a secret. She then turns to her father and he asks what she's got there and she replies a videotape but she isn't sure what's on it. It was never revealed to her that she is holding a video tape and it is gift-wrapped.
Corrected entry: When Lucy found out she has short term memory loss, she was devastated. In the last scene, when she woke up on the boat and finished watching the tape, her reaction was a lot calmer, even though she was married and had a child. Since she's finding out for the first time, she should've been shocked.
Corrected entry: In the scene near the end where Lucy shows Henry all the pictures she has drawn of him she says "I have seen you in my dreams for the last few nights" how would she know this if she can only remember the day before the accident?
Corrected entry: In the scene where Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider are re-enacting the way Adam and Drew Barrymore meet plenty of times and are being filmed by Rob Schneider's character's kids, the camera changes shots really fast between Rob and Adam as they take turns to say their lines even though they're being filmed by a young kid and with a normal camera and there's no way he could have been hitting the "still" button on the camera to change the position of it as they speak, because they speak continuously.
Corrected entry: Lucy's father and brother tell Henry that she does the exact same thing every morning. So why does she always make a different waffle-house when Henry sees her in the diner each morning? The first time he meets her she's building a teepee, a few meets later she's building a log cabin, and a few meets later it's just a normal house.
Corrected entry: Wouldn't the wall where Lucy paints everyday get abnormally thick if two coats of paint are applied everyday for a year?