Premonition

Factual error: The husband was killed in an explosion. There would be no body for a casket, much less a head full of hair.

Factual error: At the hospital when Linda is committed by Dr. Norman Roth and Sheriff Reilly, she is given an injection of a sedative against her will and promptly falls asleep. However the injection she was given was an intramuscular injection, as opposed to an intravenous injection. An intramuscular injection does not make you fall asleep promptly, unlike an intravenous injection does, as it is not going directly into the blood supply.

Continuity mistake: The beginning of the movie is set on Thursday, the day after Jim died, and Bridgette's face was just fine. Later in the movie, on Saturday, Bridgette was at the funeral with cuts and stitches on her face. Then, the movie goes back to Tuesday, the day before Jim died, and they show Bridgette running into the glass door and cutting her face. So if it happened on Tuesday, the first scene of the movie (Thursday) should have shown the cuts on her face.

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Linda Hanson: If I let Jim die, is that the same thing as killing him?
Joanne: Honey, Jim's already dead.

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Suggested correction: Google her age and you will see this is incorrect.

Or you could have just submitted a word change pointing out the age difference is 14 years rather than 13. Hardly makes the entry wholly incorrect.

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Question: I'ma pretty smart person but I got so lost watching this film. Is she clairvoyant?

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