Spanglish (2004)

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Corrected entry: In the scene where Adam Sandler drives Flor to the bus stop and she jumps out, she says "Just aqui," meaning she'd just get out there and walk the rest of the way to the bus stop. But in the next scene, she has Cristina teach her the word 'just'.

Correction: Not really, what Flor says is "Ya está aquí".

Corrected entry: At the beginning of the movie, Christina is applying to college and in her application essay, she looks back on her childhood (presumably 8-10 years prior). This recollection of her childhood is the premise of the movie. Even though this is set in the mid-nineties, all vehicles seen are current 2004-5 models.

Correction: The part at the beginning could have been set 8 to 10 years in the future.

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