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During the scene with the armored car, the roof panels of Trey's Corvette disappear and reappear between shots.
During Trey Sellars first audition, he wears a shoulder holster which disappears briefly during the scene.
Chase's blouse is (un)buttoned between shots when the confessional is introduced.
When Preston is trying to kick the windshield out of the police car trapped on the garbage truck, you can see a black cable attached to the windshield to pull it away.
When Caesar shoots through the hotel door, his shotgun fires a 12 gauge slug that should have also shattered the room's window. The rounds easily went through the much thicker ceiling and swimming pool above.
When Trey pulls into the police garage, his stunt driver is clearly white.
Crew or equipment visible
At the end of the armored car heist, when all the cop cars are leaving, there is a crewmember crouching down right in front of the camera wearing a blue vest.
As Cesar Vargas is riding in the hotel elevator, the glass reflects a crew member holding a reflecting screen.
In the brief low-angle shot of Robert De Niro's stuntman landing on the hood of the car during the garbage truck chase, a camera crew can be seen filming a different angle on the scene in the lower right of frame (may only be visible in 4:3 version of movie).
When Trey is giving Mitch advice about not 'wearing ugly checkered shirts' , and needs to wear solids more, he is actually already wearing the solid blue shirt that Rene's character compliments him on later.
When Chase is pitching to Brad her idea for the T.V. series starring Mitch, Brad says, "Fine, go make a pilot." Chase responds., "No Brad, this guy isn't a pilot, he's a series." A T.V. pilot is the first episode of a series.