Dreamcatcher

Continuity mistake: The cracks on Henry's diploma after the missed shot change between closeups and totals.

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where young Jonesy, Beaver, Duddits, Henry and Pete are trying to find Josie they all place their hands on Duddit's shoulders and do the "psychic link" thing. Henry and Pete have tears on their faces, which they wipe away pretty quickly, then Duddits turns to Pete and he still has tears on his face.

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Revealing mistake: When Morgan Freeman is about to take off in the helicopter to chase after the other two chasing Mr. Grey, one of the soldiers who is running to try stop him runs over a small pile of snow. The snow has a very unusual springing nature, obviously the springboard for the stunt, then as a result the soldier falls over.

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Question: What kind of power did each of the four friends have? Pete can locate things, but what about the other besides reading people's minds?

Chosen answer: Each of the 4 main characters; Jonsie, Pete, Beaver and Henry could communicate with one another telepathically. In addition to this power, Jonie also possessed a photographic memory. Pete could find or locate things. Henry could read other people's minds. Beaver had premonitions or some sort of sixth sense. He made a phonecall to Jonsie, knowing something was wrong and wrote ssdd on the phone booth.

Question: What does SSDD mean? It was written on the door in Jonesey's memory warehouse and written in the phone booth.

Chosen answer: It stands for Same Shit, Different Day.

T Poston

Question: My question concerns when Pete and Jonesy are on the skidoo and Pete tells him off, and then Jonsey turns into Mr. Grey and bites his head off. How does something bigger get into something smaller? If Mr. Grey is a hallucination of Jonsey, how does he kill the people he kills along the way to the reservoir. And how goes he separate from the entity and survive when the shit-weasels kill people upon exit?

Girlygreen

Answer: Great question. So think of it this way. Say you are infected with a small virus and it has to multiple and destroy tissue to get to its full potential i.e. the infected man in woods I think his name was Barry. Now imagine a giant full grown parasite like a giant tapeworm is ingested by an adult human, the giant tapeworm doesn't need your cells to live it's already matured, it just needs you to feed it meals from outside as it lives in your digestive track i.e. Jonsey. For your next question. So how does this thing recreate clothing? Well it doesn't, it changes the cellular gradient by turning it's molecules into what we call an airborne hypertonic solution meaning it disbonds from our cells so it's molecules can float outside the clothing and host. Then reanimate onto the outside of the host creating a cellular body to feed or kill then the cells become airborne molecules again, change their gradient back to an isotopic solution to rebond with the human cells including the brain tissue. I have a extensive medical background so I love dissecting these things. Hope this answers your question.

Chosen answer: Mr. Gray is not real and was not ever real. He was a figment of Jonsey's imagination.

Answer: Mr. Gray is not a hallucination, he is a living alien creature. Mr. Gray, and the rest of his species, are shape shifters and can also possess other intelligent life forms. He can leave Jonesy's body at will, turn into a red mist to enter another body, and turn into his normal monstrous form to kill if need be. How his species accomplishes this changing of mass is not explained.

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