Me, Myself & Irene

Revealing mistake: When Charlie shoots the cow there is no bloodshed at all, even though the cow is supposed to be alive.



Revealing mistake: After Charlie gets his thumb shot off by Dickey near the end, in most of the shots you can easily see that Charlie is bending his thumb behind the rest of his hand instead of computer graphics removing it.

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Revealing mistake: When the baby is pulled out of Layla, you can tell that it's not a newborn baby because he is missing his umbilical cord.


Revealing mistake: Near the end of the movie when Irene falls off the bridge and Charlie follows, and when the boy's helicopter comes to save them, it is cloudy then a split second later sunny, then back again throughout the entire scene.

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Revealing mistake: When Charlie gets shot inside the station a woman (accompanied by a man with a green hat) can't help laughing.



Revealing mistake: When Irene trips by the cliff she just kicks the floor and twists her ankle.

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Revealing mistake: Charlie tells Irene to jump from the moving train when he can't catch up to it. When Irene jumps, the train is standing still. It only appears to be moving because of clever camera manipulation.


Revealing mistake: When Hank crashes the car through the shop, look at the barber's chair. You can see it's a stunt double for the actor.

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Hank Evans: Listen, Pocahontas, unless you put your ear to the ground, you'll never hear the buffalo comin'!
Irene P. Waters: Ok, look, I don't know what that means!



When the police are leaving the motel, you can see a camera reflection in the S.W.A.T. van as it drives by.



At the end of the movie, Charlie walks by a patrol officer and calls him Seabass. Cam Neely, the actor of the patrol officer, also played Seabass in Dumb and Dumber. Both movies are set in Rhode Island.