Corrected entry: When Joe stands on his parents' porch that has been condemned, there is a brand new high pressure sodium light that's working, and not even dirty.
Corrected entry: When the Boeing bomb falls from the sky it's on fire. That would only happen if it fell from space, Not from an airplane at 36,000 ft. (00:09:10)
Corrected entry: When Joe is stepping back for the second time, there's no roman candle in his hand. Then when he starts to fall, the roman candle flies out of his hand. (00:32:50)
Corrected entry: When Joe is ordered to go secure the tooth balloon down it appears that there is a storm. The shot has high wind like a storm, but as the balloon rises in the air you can see perfectly clear skies.
Corrected entry: Automotive enthusiasts will easily recognize the car Joe drives in the beginning as a Superbird, which came from the factory with a Hemi engine, which is what Joe brags about his custom ride having...
Corrected entry: When Joe is talking to Clem after he "dies", there is a pack of cigarettes behind Clem's head. An EMT wouldn't put cigarettes next to his head, and there's no point for them to be there.
Corrected entry: When Joe storms out of his parents' trailer, he yells "and I don't want to see you for another 25 years," as if it had been 25 years since they abandoned him. But the movie takes place in 2001 and he was abandoned in 1982, meaning it had only been 19 years since they left him.
Corrected entry: On the second day of Joe's radio broadcast the three girls, most likely in the soroity house, are wearing the same clothes as the day before.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Joe finally finds his parents in California, watch behind his parents when they sit down in front of their clown collection. Behind Joe's dad you can see a crewmember keeping a stuffed clown in place. (01:16:56)
Corrected entry: At the end when Joe peels out in the Hemi, Robbie's windshield is fine. When you see Robbie again the Trans Am windshield is busted up. (01:25:10)
Corrected entry: In the oil well scene, Joe spills oil all over himself, but a few moments later during lunch he is dry and pretty much clean.