Halloween: H20

Revealing mistake: Visible wires holding up Will when Michael holds him in the air.

amycamille1975
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Revealing mistake: When Charlie turns and sees Michael after futzing with the garbage disposal, it's obvious that Michael's mask is a (rather poor) CGI creation. It looks very cartoonish and unlike the way it looks in the rest of the film. The scene was shot early in production with an original mask that eventually was tossed out for the final design when producers thought it didn't quite look right. Because Michael was in a medium-closeup shot and they didn't have time to reshoot the scene, they opted to (somewhat obviously) digitally replace the mask.

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Continuity mistake: When Jamie Lee Curtis is teaching a class, just prior to the class trip, a shot over her shoulder shows on the blackboard 'W.B. Yates'. It should be spelled 'Yeats'. In a shot a few seconds later the spelling has been corrected.

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Tony Allegre: Hasn't anyone told you, second hand smoke kills.
Marion Wittington: Yeah, but they're all dead.

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Trivia: Janet Leigh not only gets into the same make and model car as "Psycho" but it also has the same license plate number: NFB 418.

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Question: If Myers switched with the paramedic (as shown at the start of the next movie) and the medic couldn't speak because his larynx was crushed, why didn't he take the mask off to show Laurie it wasn't Myers? At the end you can see that he was able to have full use of his arms and hands when he got out of the body bag, then got up after he got hit by the van and when he was pinned he raised his hands to her.

danley1973

Chosen answer: There is no answer to that. Its simply bad work by the writers. They never tried to explain that. You could perhaps assume shock had prevented the paramedic from immediately taking the mask off. Unlikely though,.

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