Corrected entry: Near the end of the movie, Dean is on the Coast Guard ship chasing Annie's yacht as the captain gets a call they have to break off the chase to go after poachers. The ship begins turning around. Realizing this, Dean makes his way astern and jumps off the rear of the ship and begins swimming toward the yacht, and toward the camera as if viewed from the yacht. As the Coast Guard crew realizes he is in the water they begin to come about to the port (left) side to rescue him, making the left side of the boat visible to the camera, still with Dean swimming toward the yacht (and the camera). Moments later, Annie jumps off the yacht and begins swimming toward Dean, but in the distance, with the camera behind Annie, the Coast Guard ship can be seen coming about to the starboard (right), with the right side of the ship visible to the camera, when just moments before the same camera vantage point showed it turning to the left.
Corrected entry: As part of Dean's bogus backstory about "Annie," he tells her she is from Idaho. Later, when she tells Dean that something is familiar about Billy, he says that Billy was her high school boyfriend. So he would have her believe that she and her high school boyfriend now live in the same town a few hundred miles from where they grew up, and that she married his friend?
Corrected entry: After pushing Kurt off the boat, Goldie throws his toolbelt and then his toolbox into the water. Strangely, the heavy toolbox floats.
Corrected entry: At the very end of the film they are shown on board the Coast Guard Cutter sailing into/toward the sunset. Since they are on the West coast they are headed out into the Pacific, not towards home/port.
Corrected entry: At the beginning when Dean goes to the hospital to pick up, Annie/Joanna, the officer hands him the underwear that she was wearing he said she didn't know what JS meant. Later in the movie she had found the same underwear in his truck and had acted as though she had never seen them before in her life. Granted, she didn't know what the JS stood for, but she had seen them before.
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