When John Petty and Rodney Baze go to Harlan DeGroat's place, DeGroat's lollipop changes size between shots.
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When DeGroat arrives at the bar, in the final scene, it is almost dark. However, the chase afterwards, inside the plant, it is done on a different time of the day, on or around lunchtime (based on the shadows cast).
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When Russell went to see Lena for the first time since he got out of prison, she was in the playground and her hair was in a ponytail. In the next moment when she was walking and talking to Russell, her ponytail was gone.
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When we first see the Braddock Chief of Police, he wears four stars on his collar and on his epaulets. Later, in the office when talking to Russell, he has one star sewn on his epaulets.
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As Russell is a felon, it is illegal for him to possess a firearm. Also, he was hunting illegally because a felon cannot hunt with a firearm.
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Once again, Hollywood ignored actual hunting regulations when making a hunting scene in Pennsylvania. 1. The characters, Red and Russell Blaze are not wearing the required amount of Blaze Orange. 2. The deer was not tagged after it was shot. Some talk about whether or not Russell had a license would have been entirely in order.
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When Rodney fights in NJ and is knocked out, the other fighter jumps on him and keeps hitting the left side of Rodney's face. When Degroat comes in the back room following the fight, the right side of Rodney's face is most damaged. Apparently they just got the sides mixed up.
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Same shot used at two different times (at around 5 mins) and (at around 1h 23 mins).
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When Russell and his uncle went deer hunting, there were still green leaves on the trees. Firearm deer season for antlered deer in Pennsylvania begins, at the earliest, in late November. All leaves have already fallen by this point.
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