Michael

Continuity mistake: When Michael brings the dog back to life, he first is shown standing on either side of a row of plants, the next shot he is standing between them. He did not move at all.

Continuity mistake: When they are in the car driving to Chicago, the rear view mirror seems to appear and disappear at will. When the view is of the inside of the car looking back, the mirror is not there. When the view is of the inside of the car looking forward, the mirror is there. When seeing the car from the outside, the mirror is there again....

Continuity mistake: Immediately after the bull fight scene, Michael is in the field talking to his friend, who is wearing a tie. In the scenes shot from the front, the wind has blown his tie over his left shoulder. But in the scenes shot from the rear, the tie is not hanging over his shoulder. When they cut back to the front shot, there is the tie, still blown over the actor's left shoulder. Cut again to the rear shot, and no tie on the shoulder. This happens all through this scene.

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In many scenes, particularly the dance scene in the bar, Michael's wings disappear and/or reappear. If you look closely throughout the movie, his wings are often completely gone.

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Trivia

In the bar fight scene, there is a brief shot of Michael standing over a man with a trash can lid and mop, and then Michael quickly moves away after that. John Travolta's stance in this shot resembles that of artists' depictions of the archangel Michael standing over Satan.

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