Continuity mistake: After the first time the mother disappears from the family photo, and the father and son are talking after the father "saves" the first nurse, there is a wide shot of the board with the family picture on it - and it shows the mother in the picture. When the camera zooms in on the picture, the mother is gone again.
Continuity mistake: When John is telling Frank Sr. about game 2 and about Al Weiss, the scene changes to the fireman sitting near a TV watching the game. As the camera pans around a fireman with a moustache is sitting behind the old guy in the chair, but in the following shot he is sitting at his side.
Continuity mistake: When Satch is talking with Frank after discovering his wallet underneath a dead girl, he lifts up Frank's driving licence. Four of Satch's fingers are on the front side of the licence, but when the shot changes, Satch holds the licence with three fingers on the front and a finger and thumb at the back.
Continuity mistake: At the very end when the family and friends are playing baseball in the park, the first ball Frank hits smashes into the headlight on Gordo's Benz. The front-end license plate is shown for a few seconds, and even though it is blurry, it appears to be several numbers and maybe a letter or two. But when the next shot of it is clear, it says "1YAHOO".
Continuity mistake: When Frank has survived the Buxton fire and is trying to reach his son in the future over the radio, his son from that time walks in and sits on Frank's knee. He takes a chewing gum out of the silver wrapper in his right hand, but in the following shot it is now in his left.
Continuity mistake: When the killer hits Dennis Quaid and he falls on the floor, the killer then takes his wallet and throws it in the cubicle next to the toilet, yet when he moves Dennis Quaid into the cubicle the wallet has disappeared and reappeared in the next cubicle along.
Join the mailing list
Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.