I Know What You Did Last Summer

Other mistake: David Egan's obituary mentions that he was 28 when he died. When they go to see David's sister Missy, she says that he was Class of '92 at the high school. So that would make him 23 when he graduated, meaning he was born in 1969 instead of 1974. (00:45:00)

Joey221995

Continuity mistake: When Ben gets run over his body is shown hitting the windshield but when they find his body it's shown that his face took all the damage.

Joey221995

Plot hole: Barry gets killed violently at the pageant. So obviously there should be blood everywhere. When the police go up to the crime scene, they find nothing. There's no way the killer had time to clean up anything, let alone drag away Barry's body without someone seeing him. And blood starts dripping after the police leave the scene.

amycamille1975

Other mistake: When Julie goes onto the boat to call the police, she sees a collection of newspaper articles and photos stuck to the wall. The photos, however, were taken earlier that same day. Unless they were printed from a colour printer on gloss paper the killer owned in between chasing all of them, there was not enough time to develop them and stick them up. (01:25:15)

Plot hole: David Egan's obituary states he was in his twenties when he died, much younger than Ben Willis, the actual hit-and-run victim. This should have clued in that David was not the person they ran over.

Joey221995

Plot hole: There's no way the fisherman got Max's body in and out of the trunk in that small amount of time and somehow opens the trunk even when it shows Julie shutting the trunk and running with her keys.

Joey221995

Helen: Come sit in the back. I'll let you do things to me.

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Trivia: When the kids are on the beach arguing about the urban legend it is this one - http://www.snopes.com/horrors/madmen/hook.htm - that Ray is trying to relate. (00:10:00)

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