Corrected entry: In the chase in India, Bourne's car passes a street sign reading "Rua Emidio Garcia". Seems to be shot in Brazil or some other Portuguese speaking country.
28th Dec 2006
14th Mar 2006
Corrected entry: In the scene when President Shepherd walks into Lucy's room at the end of the movie, she informs him that Sydney Wade is in his bedroom. It is doubtful that the President's girlfriend would have been allowed to rummage through his private bedroom without his knowledge, and it is unlikely for safety reasons that 1)the president wouldn't be told about her presence by his staff members before his daughter and 2)she would be allowed to go on her hunt without the supervision of a secret service agent. No American President walks into his bedroom to find an unsupervised surprise guest looking through his drawers for a sweater. (01:32:50)
26th Feb 2006
14th Jan 2005
Corrected entry: When Ivy starts climbing the ivy near the end of the movie, what later proves to be a rather substantial and solid fence wobbles noticeably for some time.
21st Jan 2006
Corrected entry: No village of the actual 1890s was as self-sufficient as the one portrayed in the movie. Sure, the villagers in the movie produced a lot of things themselves, and surely brought a great deal of supplies and machinery, etc, with them, but it simply isn't possible to go as long as they did and never need anything whatsoever from the outside world (more manufactured things like nails, hammers, tools, etc; salt, which they had no way of making; iron for horseshoes and wagons and plows; etc.) It would be one thing if they had chosen to live like the Native Americans, who did live much more autonomously (though even they traded), but they use things that they neither could have made themselves nor that would have lasted them the whole time they live in the village without needing repair or replacement.
4th Jan 2006
Corrected entry: In the scene where the village people are eating together for the second time, if you look at the far table there is a boy on the left end wearing a red sweater. If red is the "bad color" and they have to bury anything red, why is the boy wearing red?
3rd Jan 2006
1st Jan 2006
16th Oct 2005
Corrected entry: While Ivy's father is leading her to "the old shed which we must never use", he tells her a story about his father who, he says, was "shot in the head by a business partner". As there appear to be no guns anywhere in the village, how would she know what he meant? Similarly, when she is shown the "creature" costumes in the shed, she recognizes one as "those we don't speak of" as soon as she touches it. How could she, when she has never touched and certainly never seen one before?
6th Jun 2005
21st Apr 2005
Corrected entry: If you can't have pets in the trailer park why does Mr. Alfred have a cat?
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