Corrected entry: In the scene when the are they are playing poker at his apartment, Johnson says "aces over kings" which is a full house. The boy says "flush". And pulls all of the cheetos. A full house beats a flush.
Corrected entry: A puck flying through the air will spin, no matter what is on it. But in the close-up on the climactic shot, it doesn't show the puck spinning.
Corrected entry: Early on, it is established that there really is no tooth fairy; when Tess wakes up to discover her tooth gone but no money in its place, mother Carly quickly pulls a bill out of her wallet below Tess' bed and tells her it must have fallen. When Derek almost lets the cat out of the bag, so to speak, it prompts an argument where Carly tells him she will decide when to let Tess know that there is no tooth fairy. Okay, fine, but then how does one explain the rest of the film, which portrays tooth fairies dutifully showing up to exchange money for teeth?
Corrected entry: Derek uses Shrinking Paste to shrink himself to a height of six inches. His voice becomes very high-pitched even though there is no logical reason for this. Then, after he has returned to his normal height, his voice remains high-pitched for a while and he explains this to his girlfriend by saying that he's ill.
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