Along Came a Spider

Along Came a Spider (2001)

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Corrected entry: When Morgan Freeman looks at the label on the pill bottle in the mirror, the last name on the label is clearly Mercuzio. Yet he (and all the others standing there) spell it as Mercusio.

Correction: The spelling of 'Mercusio' is reflected in the mirror, making the 's' look like a 'z', hence why 'Mercuzio' is not the correct spelling when the letters are reflected to be the correct way round.

Corrected entry: In the car crash in the beginning of the movie, the car breaks through some large steel bars on the bridge and ends up hanging down from it. But actually the hole, which the car is supposed to create, is there already! Hint: Run it in slow motion and it's pretty obvious.

Correction: Per the rules of this site, if you have to use slow motion to see something, then it is not a valid mistake.


Corrected entry: In the scene in the barn, towards the end of the film, Alex shoots Jezzie in the heart. The next camera angle is from behind Jezzie and shows an exit wound between her shoulder blades. Although stood directly in front of her, Alex is firing left handed, and towards the right, so surely the exit wound would be far more likely to be somewhere under Jezzie's right shoulder blade, or even her side?

Correction: It is entirely possible the bullet was deflected off a bone, exiting her back in a different place than expected.

Grumpy Scot

Corrected entry: You'd think that Jezzie would have been a little smarter as a secret service agent. You know, like once they acquire Megan, to delete all the incriminating evidence sitting back on an unattended computer. Aside from the fact she also used quite a stupid password, a single password isn't very secure at all. And then the content, displayed instantly when you get in, might as well say things like "hey look, we know what the kidnapper looks like" and "wow, here's the boat he's in too" and "wow, a cabin for sale. Why don't we go hang out there with all the evidence." Come on....they might as well have left a trail of breadcrumbs, because they sure were asking to get caught.

Correction: While Jezzie does seem to leave a *HUGE* amount of evidence, stupidity is not a mistake. In response to a few of those questions, most passwords are usually one word. Stupid password or not, the police could have hacked into it, she may have never had time to delete all the content, what with moving around so often after the case opened. It all comes down to stupidity on the largest scale.

Lummie Premium member

Corrected entry: When they inspect the dead fisherman they mysteriously find Megan's school sweater. She wasnt wearing it when she jumped overboard, and her clothes weren't thrown in the water. So where did it appear from? (00:47:02)

Correction: The killer may have just thrown this item of clothing into the water as another part of his game.

Corrected entry: Towards the end of the film, Morgan Freeman is trying to guess Monica Potter's password. As he typed it the words came up on the screen. Has anybody out there used a computer like that? Normally they're blanked out for security.

Correction: Sometimes, a password will not be hidden from view.

Corrected entry: Towards the end of the film where Jezzie goes to kill Megan, Megan refuses to let her in to where she is being held captive as she is suspicous of Jezzie being there alone with no back up. However, five minutes later, she has no problem accepting Alex (a total stranger) when he waltzes in and grabs her from behind before calmly shooting Jezzie in cold blood.

Correction: She can't exactly do anything but accept him when he is holding her from behind with a gun in his hand

Corrected entry: When Megan attempt to leave the boat, she places a small set of batteries simaler to the kind used in home phones next to the stove, When they explode, the entire kitchen bursts into flames. What are these batteries made of, Napalm?

Correction: All batteries have a warning on their packaging stating they should be kept away from heat (or flames, for that matter) because they may explode.


Corrected entry: Couldn't the bad Secret Service agents have just taken the ransom and then saved the girl and thus be heroes and rich? No one suspected they were involved until the end. If they had saved the girl, suspicion would have been removed altogether.

Correction: Soneji is their scapegoat. If Megan is never found then Soneji is to blame, if she's found dead then he's still to blame, but if she's found alive then they'd have some serious questions to answer, like how they found her.

Corrected entry: Right after Megan has been kidnapped, Jezzie says that she has been working at the school for two years. Then a few scenes later, she says three years.

Correction: Actually, when she refered to 2 years, that was the amount of time she worked with Sonjie not nessesarily how long she worked at that school.

Corrected entry: Asking students to find the Charles Lindberg Homepage in the least amount of links is a really stupid question. Charles Lindberg doesn't have a homepage. Actually, there are THOUSANDS of Lindberg sites out there. Go ahead and type "Charles Lindberg" in google. I guarantee you'll find thousands of matches. Which one were the students supposed to find?

Correction: There's an official one:

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