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In a few scenes of Pam's bedroom, if you were standing at the foot of her bed and look to the right you would notice that there isn't a night stand nor a lamp sitting on it. So how is it that Greg happens to turn on a lamp that is sitting on a night stand when he proposes to her?
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When Greg and Pam's Dad are on their way to the store and they're in the car, Pam's dad is moving the wheel every way when you can see that the car is going straight and finally when they make a turn the wheel is straight. Share Edit Other mistake: When Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro went to the store there are head rests on the back seats, but on the way back from Owen Wilson 's house they've gone.
When Jack and Greg are racing home after the rehearsal dinner, they screech at the same intersection, by Dunkin Donuts numerous times. You can see several sets of skid marks already on the road.
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In the den, when Pam is telling Greg how much she loves him, she has her arms around his neck. From over her shoulder, it appears that her arms are under the hood of Greg's shirt, but from over Greg's shoulder, her arms are on top of the hood.
In the 'race scene' near the end of the film, just before Greg and Jack go their separate ways, you see Larry who is sitting next to Greg say, 'Oh, look, there's Jack. Hey, Jackie,' and he waves. Then it cuts to Jack, who is looking at Greg, and then it goes back to Greg, and in the background you see Larry and he is unfolding a newspaper and starts reading it. Then it goes back to Jack, and then back to Greg, where you see Larry with his hands on the dashboard, looking at Jack.
So what was with the newspaper? Where did it come from?
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How did it disappear so quickly? When they sit down at the dinner table on the first night, Jack reads the poem he wrote about his mother. He is not wearing reading glasses, but when the shot moves away and returns, Jack is now wearing reading glasses.
When Pam goes into the den to console Greg after firing the 'shot heard round the world,' she puts her arms around his neck.
We know who the real criminal is. That frame is packed with more Batman Easter eggs than the last three Nolan movies.
First of all, we see one of this world's heroes punching a criminal, but not just any criminal -- the man with the gun kind of looks like none other than Joe Chill, the mugger who killed Batman's parents and inspired him to dress up like a bat and chase bad people.
Better kill him just in case.
But then we have the couple by the door, presumably the mugger's intended victims before the man in the owl costume came along. Next, check out the billboard behind the action: Continue Reading Below Advertisement In other words, if it wasn't for that masked jerk, the Waynes would have died and Batman would have solved the movie's three-hour plot in 15 minutes.
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Continue Reading Below Advertisement But there's something odd hidden in this movie that kind of undercuts its message about the dehumanizing effect of corporate branding -- namely, more corporate branding. Let's take another look at that photo without Brad Pitt to see if you can spot what they're subtly advertising: Yeah, somebody in that office must have just made a Starbucks run, because everybody is drinking coffee.
And it's not just in that one scene: Or in those two scenes: Caffeine messes with my schizophrenia.
Every scene has a cup of joe hiding somewhere, and it's usually Starbucks. Notice the cup hanging out in the debris of the narrator's destroyed apartment: Or the one chilling behind Marla as she attends one of the narrator's support groups: And if you can take your eyes off of Robert Paulson's ample bosom for a second, you'll notice one in the background as the narrator hugs Bob: