Continuity mistake: After he met the woman who helps them, Stephen Baldwin is wearing a shirt over his shoulders. In the very next cut, it is missing, but it reappears in the next cut.

Continuity mistake: When Baldwin and Fishburne jump off the bridge after being chased by the train, the chain that connects them by the wrist goes from just a couple feet to more than 4 feet, (you can see that they are at least six feet apart, and sometimes before they hit the water you don't see any chain at all). When they are in the water afterwards, the chain is back to a normal chain.

Continuity mistake: When the cop Gibson and a prisoner are fighting on a rock, in one shot you can see the prisoner with his arms up, but when they close up to his face, you can clearly see by the position of his shoulders that his arms can't be up.

Continuity mistake: When the Marshall is in a gas station talking on his cellular phone and he hangs up, you can see that he closes the phone's flip, but in the next shot, when the cop Gibson is speaking to him, he closes it again.

Deliberate mistake: Practically all movies incorporate the name of the movie within the dialog. However, they must remember the English language and tense agreement. On at least two occasions, Fishburne says "Come on Dodge, lets FLED." If they were so interested in incorporating the name within the script, they should have named the movie FLEE.

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Trivia: In the final scene, Steven Baldwin teases Lawrence Fishburne, referencing the infamous limousine scene with Ike and the boot in the movie "What's Love Got To Do With It?" Lawrence Fishburne also plays the character Ike in "What's Love Got To Do With It?"


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