Devil (2010)

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Corrected entry: The firemen pry the elevators open just after the Devil makes her appearance. Why could they not just pry the doors open earlier when the first guy died? Does it really take an entire day to open elevator doors?

Correction: The elevator were stuck between floors before the devil shows up thats why they broke. visiblethe wall to open the door which is visible in the scene. The lift d a crops down a couple of minutes later after devil appears and then elevator is in the position to be opened.

Corrected entry: The movie is taking place during the day, during the week what with all the normal business goings-on. The two security guards are watching an NHL game, which would never be scheduled during the weekday.

DJ Vander Schaaf

Correction: The day of the week is never given. It could be any day of the week. Many companies still work during the weekends.


Corrected entry: The maintenance guy fell onto the elevator. When they finally open the elevator, the maintenance guy's body is not on top.

Correction: The dead body is hard to see but he is lying on the elevator; you can see his leg and the guy's brown colored shoe.

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