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Article by PaulaDM posted over a year ago
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Continuity: Malcolm's hair falls to the side when he does his "magic trick" for Cole in the library. When the camera cuts back to Malcolm, his hair is fixed.

Continuity: When Cole steps away from the chair because Malcolm can't guess his thoughts: in close-up he uses the other foot to step back.

Continuity: The first time Malcolm meets with Cole, right before they leave, Malcolm's arm is on the back of the pew from Cole's point of view, but from Malcolm's point of view, it is down. Right after Cole grabs the statue of Jesus, he puts his arm up again.

Errors in geography: Malcolm follows Cole from his house in South Philadelphia, to the church, which is assumed to be within walking distance. However, the church is St. Augustine's, located a good forty (or even closer to fifty) blocks or so from South Philadelphia, a long way for a child to run.

Crew or equipment visible: During the dinner scene, mic cord visible through Malcolm's shirt.
List by PaulaDM posted over a year ago
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Anna Crowe: It's getting cold.
Malcolm Crowe: That is one fine frame; one fine frame that is. How much...
[he sits down with a grunt]
Malcolm Crowe: ...does a fine frame like that cost, do you think?
Anna Crowe: I never told you, but you sound a little like Dr. Seuss when you're drunk.

Malcolm Crowe: Wanna play a game? It's a mind-reading game. Here's how it works. I read your mind. If what I say is right, you take one step towards the chair. If what I say is wrong, you take one step back... towards the doorway. If you reach the chair, you sit down. If you reach the door, you can go. Wanna play?
[Cole nods]
Malcolm Crowe: O.K... When your mother and father were first divorced, your mom went to see a doctor like me, and he didn't help her. So you think I'm not going to be able to help you.
[Cole takes a step forward]