The opening scene shows Clark and his stepfather in the Vermont woods encountering a deer hunter who carries a rifle. The vegetation and foliage are thick and green, indicating that it is spring or summer. However, Vermont's rifle season for deer does not begin until mid-November, at which time the trees would be mostly bare.
When Clark finds the "social club" to meet
Carmine Sabatini the windows on either side of the door metal security curtains pulled down, yet when Clark leaves there is bright light shining through the windows.
The Komodo Dragon is an endangered species, however not nearly as endangered as presented in The Freshman. Its population is stable, and it is in no danger from man as it lives on an uninhabited island. About 3000 are estimated to live in the wild.
When Clark is talking to his mother on the phone about the Komodo Dragon, she leafs through an animal book, asks if it begins with a 'K', and reads off a few animal names in the 'K' section on the way to Komodo Dragon - one of which is Coatimundi which begins with 'C', not 'K'.
The 40 or so "gourmets" pay Brando's character $350K per plate for their meal, or $14 million. The money is later seen in $100 bills and partially fills a small leather satchel. Actually $14 million in $100-bill stacks would equal the thickness of 280 reams of paper, or an amount that would probably fill 15-20 of those leather satchels.
The Italian passport that Vic gives Clark has two errors in it. Under "Nationality," it identifies him as "Italiana," an Italian woman. Also the month of his birth is misspelled "Febraio" when it should be "Febbraio" (February).