Corrected entry: Sasquatch was banging his head on his cell wall. Paul Crewe entered and began a conversation with him. In every ensuing shot of Sasquatch, the blood pattern on his forehead had changed, never the same as any shot before. (00:31:45)
31st May 2005
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30th Aug 2005
Corrected entry: Near the end of the actual movie - BEFORE the montage - Andy's chest hair has miraculously grown completely back, with no evidence that it had been waxed. Even if some hair had grown back, there would have been a marked contrast (and a noticeable dividing line), between the parts not previously waxed and the new growth in the waxed area.
27th Jul 2005
Corrected entry: Twice Willy crashed into the elevator's closed glass doors. In neither instance was there a join going down the middle that would be there when two doors closed against each other. It was if he had crashed into a solid piece of glass. The shots were wide enough so that the join would have been visible even if he'd only hit one of the doors.
26th Jul 2005
Corrected entry: Near the beginning of the movie there is an overhead shot of the trucks leaving the dock. At the end of this shot all the trucks are well away from the docks and almost out of the lot. The next shot from a different overhead perspective shows the last of the trucks still leaving the dock.
30th Mar 2005
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22nd Jun 2004
Corrected entry: When Fogg is returning to England he thinks it is the 80th day. When he actually arrives just before noon those in England surely know that it is only the 79th day but don't show it. They act as if it is the 80th day in trying to prevent Fogg from winning. This makes no sense except to provide excitement to the story.
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