Corrected entry: When they complete the scheme with Ray Liotta in the beginning of the movie, Weaver tells Hewitt that they only received a certain amount (way lower than what they really got). However, near the end of the film when Liotta wants his money back, Hewitt asks her mom where they're going to get the money from, and she says the actual total, even though Weaver never told her how much she really got from him.
Corrected entry: When JLH gets married, her hair is pulled straight back when her veil is lifted, but in a later scene when Liotta tells her to drink up, she has a headful of curls.
Corrected entry: If Page and Max were really con-artists, the scene at the bank was all wrong. Yes, Barbara was Max's friend, but still it's wrong. If they were con-artists, wouldn't they have many different accounts, not just one? Each time they do a con, and Max gets married, they have a different name.
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the movie when Paige and the boss are getting a little frisky Paige gets her hair caught in his zipper. He later forcefully tries to get it out but if it's a wig it should fall off.
Corrected entry: In the scene outside the bar when Page is in her car talking to Jack on the phone, in the close up shots you can clearly see she has eyeshadow on only one eye (her left), but when the camera pulls away for shots through the windshield, both her eyes clearly have shadow on them.
Corrected entry: When Page runs away from the beach after she and Jack have their first date, she is not wearing any shoes. However when she pulls up at her hotel and runs inside you can see the same sandals she wore when she met Jack.
Corrected entry: When Page is putting the liquid substance on Tensy's car phone, it's just a few drops, but later when he picks up the phone a gush of water comes out.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Page is caught kissing Jack and she is confronted, Page is in her mother's face, then she turns and walks away. You can see her walking away, and then in the next shot, she's back in front of her mother.