Lots of people work very hard to make the movies that we love and enjoy. From the actors, the crew, and everyone else involved in production, classic movies such as
- The Notebook,
- American Pie.
…are all great films that continue to be loved and revisited. Since a movie is such a big project, it’s understandable that small mistakes can happen from time to time. Whether it be an inconsistency with a character’s costume or an editing mistake, these things happen all the time whether you’ve noticed or not.
Take The Notebook, for example. Many people have watched and rewatched the classic Nicholas Sparks love story over and over. But did you notice that there are actually quite a few minor errors? Here are 16 continuity errors in The Notebook you might not have seen before.
During the carnival scene when Noah finds out who Allie is, she can be seen riding the bumper cars. When Allie bumps into Sarah, you can hear and see the actress scream out ‘Rachel!’ which is the name of the actress playing Allie, Rachel McAdams.
Further along, when Noah desperately tries to get Allie to go on a date with him, he jumps onto the Ferris wheel cart she’s sitting on and her voice can be heard saying ‘Get off of me,’ but her lips don’t actually move at all.
When Noah and Allie are walking through the streets, a parking meter can be seen. This would be inaccurate to the times as the film took place in 1940 and parking meters weren’t installed in South Carolina until a few years later.
Then, when the couple proceeds to lie in the street, it appears that they change position. They start out directly underneath the double lines and then scoot to the right.
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