Surviving Christmas

Other mistake: When James Gandolfini hits Ben Affleck over the head with the shovel, for burning something in his front yard, he falls, but his head never hits the ground. You can actually see Ben Affleck holding his head up a few inches off the ground. An impossible feat for someone who is supposed to be unconscious.

Visible crew/equipment: During the opening scene, when the camera shot is on a moving train, the camera and cameraman are reflected in the train windows. (00:00:35)

Continuity mistake: In the scene where Ben Affleck gets hit in the head by the shovel in the beginning, when the shovel is about to hit him, the paper is not on fire for a split second. Then when he's on the ground it's on fire again.

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Drew Latham: Please! Please, let me stay here.
Tom Valco: No.
Drew Latham: I'll pay you.
Tom Valco: My family's not for sale, pal.
Drew Latham: I'll pay you $250,000.
Tom Valco: Welcome home, son.

Deli Man: How's the holidays?
Tom Valco: Considering I got a pain in my ass about six feet tall in my house, all right.

Tom Valco: I think your mom's starting to like your grandfather hitting on her.
Drew Latham: There's a sentence you don't often hear on Christmas Eve.

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