Corrected entry: When Nicole Kidman's character finds out that Bette Midler's character has been turned into a Stepford Wife, Bette Midler puts her hand on a hot stove. Nothing happens to her hand, and she feels no pain. However, at the end when they destroy the microchips, Bette Midler's character goes back to normal, showing that she wasn't a robot, but affected by the chip. It is physically impossible for her not to burn her hand if she wasn't a robot when Nicole Kidman finds out she's a Stepford Wife. Also, if some of the Stepford Wives were robots and some just had microchips, then why would Faith Hill dance crazily as if she were a robot, and her boobs would get larger and smaller, but at the end of the movie she was only affected by a microchip, too?
Corrected entry: In the scene where the family is first arriving in Stepford, the entire family is in the car, with Joanna passed out in the front passenger seat and her husband Walter in the driver's seat. The shot changes from the interior of the car to just outside the car so you can see Walter check out the neighborhood, and one of the Stepford wives. If you look at the car around him as he's looking out the window, his family has disappeared and are nowhere to be found in the car. (00:14:00)
Corrected entry: When the family first arrives at their Stepford residence, the house is on the right side of the street. Later, when Broderick and Lovitz leave their wives at Broderick's house to go to the Men's Club, the house is at the end of a cul-de-sac.