Corrected entry: In "La Vie Boheme B", when Collins and Maureen are on the counter, Collins picks up Maureen and spins her to the other side of the counter. When she hits the counter, she nearly falls and breaks character. She even mouths something to him.
Corrected entry: During La Vie Boheme, just after Maureen moons, it shows Roger sitting next to a blonde lady and they both sing 'La Vie Boheme' and turn their heads. In the very next shot, you see Roger from behind and he is sitting next to someone completely different. For the rest of the scene he is back next to the blonde lady.
Corrected entry: When Collins is getting mugged in the beginning of the movie, his jacket mysteriously disappears, then reappears when the thugs steal it off his back.
Corrected entry: During the first "La Vie Boheme" segment, Angel and Collins stand on the bar and Collins writes "Fight AIDS" on the chalkboard. When everyone yells "Fight AIDS", Collins disappears from on top of the bar, the words "Fight AIDS" are erased and the menu is written again, and Angel is standing much further back on the bar than before.
Corrected entry: When Collins finally makes it into the apartment, he gives Roger and Mark a drink. Collins then picks up a couple cups and throws them into his bucket. Two of the cups are hard plastic and one is paper, however when thrown into the bucket the only thing that makes a sound is the paper cup, neither of the two hard plastic cups make any noise.
Corrected entry: Throughout the movie, when bags of Heroin are shown, they contain approximately 50 times the amount that is in a bindle of Heroin, and are clear. Heroin bindles are small and opaque.
Corrected entry: During La Vie Boheme Collins has a cigarette behind his ear that is constantly appearing and disappearing.
Corrected entry: In "Over The Moon" Maureen sings "It's like I'm being tied to the hood of a yellow rental truck, being packed in with fertilizer and fuel oil..." This is a reference to the Oklahoma City bombing which occurred in 1995. Since Rent the movie was set in 1989-1990 the bombing had not happened yet.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the group returns to Mark and Roger's apartment on New Year's Day, and they find that Benny has taken all of their stuff, Maureen finds a bag of chips out of no where. She did not have the chips when she was walking on the street, and she has the chips before she gets a chance to go into the kitchen.
Corrected entry: The movie opens on Christmas Eve. The first voice mail message that Roger and Mark listen to in the film is from Mark's mother lamenting that he isn't joining the family the next day (Christmas Day) and that she hoped he enjoyed the gift she sent (the hotplate). It is established later in the film that Mark is Jewish (since he can't sustain erections on High Holy Days), and thus, his mother wouldn't be sorry not to see him on Christmas Day.