Continuity mistake: In the scene near the end of the movie where Ellen Miller asks Robert Miller to lift up his shirt, and then slaps him in the stomach with a newspaper, we see that his right shoulder suspender is properly positioned, however in the next shot from behind him his suspender over his right shoulder appears to be twisted 180 degrees. As he turns to walk into the inner bedroom the suspender is once again back to a proper fit.

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the film, Richard Gere, with the help of his grandchildren, blows out the candles on his birthday cake. 3 candles are still lit, then suddenly extinguished.


Continuity mistake: Three-quarters into the film, Richard Gere is in the main bedroom, alone. He picks up the phone, makes a call, then doesn't put the phone in the cradle, but when he turns, the phone is in the cradle, and he picks it up to make another call.

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Robert Miller: What you did is way beyond the money.
Jimmy Grant: Nothing is beyond money for you, Robert. We both know that.

Ellen Miller: It's all going to be fine. It always is. Just follow the plan.
Robert Miller: And what is that plan?
Ellen Miller: Confidence equals contract.
Robert Miller: You sound like a fortune cookie.
Ellen Miller: They are your words, actually.
Robert Miller: Then you married an idiot.

Syd Felder: What's baffling to me, despite your sentimental history together, is why you would put your family's future in this kid's hands.
Robert Miller: He's not like us.
Syd Felder: Is that a good thing?

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