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Death at a Funeral (2010) Poster

Goofs

Continuity 

When we first see the naked Oscar hanging from the gable on the roof of the house, he's about three feet from the window. Subsequently, in close-up he's much closer than that, and we can see Jeff reach right out and grab him, as he is much closer to the window now than before.
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Factual errors 

When the bottle of Valium is shown, the tablets in it are white, even though the bottle says they are 10mg. All 10mg. brand name and generic Valium (diazepam) are blue. Whites are 2mg.
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Incorrectly regarded as goofs 

Jeff says he's a pharmacology student. His father Duncan asks him how things are going at Pepperdine. Per their own website, Pepperdine has no pharmacology program. He is using term "pharmacology student" as a euphemism for "drug dealer."
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Revealing mistakes 

The Chrysler 300 that Norman and Derek are riding in is constantly changing headrests/seats between Cadillac and Chrysler, back and forth.
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When we first see Norman driving his Chrysler, the steering wheel is upside-down despite the fact that he's driving straight.
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When we first see Jeff, he is playing the video game Uncharted. However, when he appears to lose the game, you can faintly hear the "game over" sound from Metal Gear Solid, a completely different video game series.
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