Corrected entry: After he has been put on house arrest, Kale is shown making a structure out of twinkies, he is laying them flat. Later when his friend, Ronny, comes over for the first time you see the structure again, but the twinkies are standing upright.
Corrected entry: The cop has been shown the entire movie to have it out for Kale. Always showing up as soon as possible to catch him when he goes outside the boundaries. Then, at the end, the one time that Kale WANTS him to come ASAP, the cop takes his own sweet time. Of course, the cop has no idea that Kale wants him there to save him from a murderer. So it is very out of character for him to suddenly not care about catching Kale violating the house arrest.
Corrected entry: On Ashley's way back to her home, she says that she loses Turner and she can't see his car. However, when she is driving she is stopped by Turner standing in front of her car. His car, the Mustang, is not visible. So, where would Turner have put his car?
Corrected entry: In the scene after Shia is told that the three months would not be easy, it switches to a scene with him playing an Xbox 360. The game on the screen is GRAW 2 and it shows that he is playing on the tv, but if you look at the controller in his hand, the controller is off because the light on the controller would be green.
Corrected entry: Kale and Ronnie are watching Ashley in the pool. When Ronnie hits the glass with the binoculars, Ashley gets out of the pool. The boys look for her when, all of a sudden, the doorbell rings. Ashley's hair and clothes are not all that wet, considering she has just gotten out of her pool and put her clothes on over her swim suit.
Corrected entry: When Kale and Ashley are kissing and Kale is telling Ashley that, "I have a million problems," the movie cuts to a scene where Turner is cutting up a (potential?) corpse. Considering that later on in the movie, it is revealed that he has a big lab where he can do these types of things, why would he cut the corpse (even if it were a deer rather than the club girl) in the open like that?
Corrected entry: While Mr. Turner is chasing Kale throughout the house, the phone line dies as well as the power. He then says that he needs to 'cross the line' for his ankle bracelet to go off, and for the police to come. However the police would be notified before then because the bracelet's base uses the phone line to report the location of Kale, and wouldn't be receiving any further information from that time. Also, the ankle bracelet would start blinking when the power goes off because the GPS unit in the base needs power to determine the distance between the base and the bracelet, as well as report Kale's location.
Corrected entry: During the scene in which Kale and Ashley are fighting over the iPod used to play Kale's music during the party at Ashley's house, when they are fighting and the iPod becomes unplugged from Kale's speaker system, the iPod should have automatically stopped playing. The iPod has a feature which cannot be disabled which automatically pauses the music playing when the headphone/speaker cable is unplugged. However, when the iPod is then replugged-in moments later, the song is still playing.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Mr. Turner enters Ashley's car, he takes the keys out of the ignition and uses the remote to lock the car (you hear the car alarm set). However, without unlocking the car, he puts the keys back in the ignition and starts it. This would trigger the immobiliser/car alarm.
Corrected entry: During the party the door bell rings, Kale opens it and the neighbor boys throw water balloons. Then Ashley crawls into the window. In the background you can see Kale's bedroom, which is on the second floor, then when Ashley goes to throw the music player she's on the balcony. So Kale's room, the office, the window, the balcony and the front door are apparently all on the same floor.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Kale is sitting at home and eating the chocolate covered peanut-butter, he is watching an episode of Cheaters. The TV shows a woman confronting another and the announcer is saying something, but when they have a close up of the TV about 10 to 15 seconds later, they show the exact same footage again, but with different audio.