22 Jump Street

Continuity mistake: In the beginning when Morton and Greg meet the drug dealers at the harbor, look at the big rig that is hooked up to the trailer. In the first few shots the truck brand is a Volvo, then when the truck drives away, it's an International.

Revealing mistake: When Schmidt is receiving text messages on his Xperia Z from Captain Dickson that he is going to kill him for dating his daughter, you can hear the phone chiming, but when he shows his cell phone you can see in the notification bar it's on silent. (00:59:00)

Other mistake: In the first scenes of the film, we see the truck in which Jenco and Schmidt are going and moving away from Ghost, but while the truck is running we see Ghost inside it, sitting in front of the driver.

Visible crew/equipment: When the 2 are walking along side their car at the very start, you can see a driver's head as they go past the building. (00:02:15)

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Continuity mistake: At the very start, Jenko says "look around, this is our city." When he say "look around" he does. However camera cuts and he's back looking forward again. (00:02:00)

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Revealing mistake: When showing the characters enter the library, a sign identifying the real-world location as Tulane University is visible.

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Factual error: Near the end of the helicopter scene Jenko pulls the pin of a grenade with his teeth before he throws it. It is not possible to pull a grenade pin with your teeth as it requires more force than that.

Jenko: Oh, hey, look, there's Korean Jesus.
Captain Dickson: It's Vietnamese Jesus now, you racist motherfucker.

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