Corrected entry: When Margaret and Andrew go to the Immigration Office and cut everyone in line, one can see the camera and crew reflected off the vending machines, as they make their way to the front of the line.
Corrected entry: During the airport scene, when Andrew is talking to his friend on his cell phone, asking him to stop the plane with Margaret from taking off, he looks up at his friend in the tower who says, "There was nothing I could do," but his lips aren't moving - he's merely smiling apologetically.
Corrected entry: Immediately following the scene where Margaret and Andrew lie to her 2 bosses about them getting married, they (Margaret and Andrew) walk to Margaret's office. As they are walking, they are poked fun at by several staff who got instant messages on their computers announcing that they're going to be married. Who sent the instant message? Surely not her 2 bosses, as that would have been highly unprofessional. Nobody could have overheard the conversation, as it was a private one. And yet the entire office instantly knew about the wedding?
Corrected entry: When Margaret falls overboard, the red buoy has an odd number on it. All red buoys have even numbers on them.
Corrected entry: When Margaret and Andrew are sleeping in the same room for the first time, on their first night in Alaska, while Margaret is in the bathroom Andrew makes his bed on the floor parallel to the bed in the room. Margaret comes out of the bathroom and runs around his head. In an aerial view of the room, Andrew is now lying with his body perpendicular to the bed.
Corrected entry: During the bedroom revelation scene, Margaret talks about her childhood memory taking disco lessons in "sixth grade". But in Canada, they call it grade six. During the confrontation scene with the immigration officer, Andrew passionately proclaims he and Margaret were dating for six months. Too bad earlier in the movie during the engagement announcement, Andrew said he had been dating her for a year and on the one year anniversary, he proposed after getting some of her hints; a bogus story, but the I.O. would ask the family to check the couple's story.
Corrected entry: At the start of the movie, when 'Andrew' goes into the offices carrying the Starbucks coffees, the street scene shows a cop approaching the office doors. Three days later (story-wise), when 'Margaret' is getting removed from her office, the establishing shot shows the same cop walking in front of the doors. Either a re-used scene or a very slow cop on foot patrol.