Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London

Continuity mistake: When Emily is spying on Cody on the sightseeing bus, she sits down and the camera goes to a close up of her face and we see small worm like camera device comes out of the right side of her sunglasses, but when it cuts to the next shot, further back from her face, we can see the device has disappeared even though no time has passed between shots. (01:11:10)

Continuity mistake: When Neville first brings up Cody's gadgets, we can plainly see that the table is a steel one. But in the next shot, it's a wooden table.

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Continuity mistake: In the shot where the dog is about to play the piano, before the dog starts playing he pours some whiskey into a glass. When the dog plays the piano however the glass has gone from the table. But then when the dog has finished playing the piano, the glass is on the table again.


Continuity mistake: In the scene where Cody and the CIA director are in the car discussing Cody's new mission in London, there are times when the camera zooms out to show both their faces and in to just one face and vice versa, at which point the directions they're facing change.

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Cody wakes Derek up and tells him about seeing Diaz, Derek pulls out his blankie from under his head in one shot and pulls it out again in the next shot.

Continuity mistake: When Cody, Derek and Kumar are on the observation wheel in London, Derek gives Cody a newspaper. You see through the glass that they're a few yards above ground level as if they've just got on the wheel. Then they cut to a shot of the newspaper for a couple of seconds while Cody reads a headline, then it cuts back to a shot where we can see the outside and suddenly they're high above the city. Dialogue indicates that no time has passed between shots so there's no possible way that the observation wheel could have lifted them that high in such a small amount of time, especially because in both shots, it's clear the observation wheel is not moving. (00:19:05)

Factual error: When Derek is calculating how much explosive Mentos to put in Cody's mouth to get the microchip out, he says to himself, "a thousand nanograms equals 1 microgram". While this measurement is correct, it is highly unlikely that any explosive would be of use in even milligram quantities. So 1/1000 of a milligram (a microgram) would be virtually useless, and measurements of 1/1,000,000 of a milligram (a nanogram) would be even less than useless. He couldn't have been calculating explosives in such small quantities. As well, Mentos mints are about 37.5 g (, and he then cuts it into approximately 1/8 - micrograms would measure 1/250 of a mint, and nanograms would be 1/2500 of a mint. (01:12:30)

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Emily: You know what I hate about dentists? They always say something's not gonna hurt and it does. Me, I'm honest. Now this is gonna hurt.

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Trivia: When Cody and Emily are about to kiss, a boy gets his head hit by a violin bow in the background. (01:31:05)

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