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Continuity mistake: When Max talks to the bakery clerk, the plate of rolls on the counter moves, depending on the shot. (00:57:20)

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Continuity mistake: When Max and 99 are fighting Dalip on top of the bakery, Dalip punches a hole in the wall beside 99's head. When he body slams Max, the hole has disappeared. (01:04:55)

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Continuity mistake: When Max drives the Secret Service vehicle through the golf course, the driver's side door mirror is broken off. It then changes back and forth from hanging limply by a few wires to securely fastened on the door. (01:30:20)

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