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Audio/visual unsynchronised 

Near the end of the film, while looking out the door of the helicopter Nick, says something to Ian and Sarah, but the dialog was removed.
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In the scene where the two tyrannosaurs come back to attack Eddie when he is trying to save Sarah, Ian and Nick hanging from the cliff, it sounds like the one of the Rex is screaming loud but none of their mouths open.
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Character error 

Hammond state that Isla Nublar was just the "factory floor," while the animals were truly bred on Isla Sorna before being transported to the park. However, Jurassic Park featured a genetic lab with embryos in syringes and hatching baby dinosaurs, neither of which was ever supposed to have guests come inside.
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Early in the film, when Dr Malcolm visits John Hammond in his house, Hammond tells Malcolm that he's putting a team on the ground on Isla Sorna to study the dinosaurs. Malcolm responds by asking which "four lunatics" he's "trying to con into this". Since Hammond has made absolutely no mention of the number of people on the team, and since Malcolm hadn't known the plan till a few seconds before, how would he know there were four?
When Eddie Carr is first demonstrating the satellite phone equipment to Dr Malcolm, but can't get it to work. He is seen in the background holding the handset to his ear but has it the wrong way round, with the keypad against his cheek and the earpiece facing away from his ear. Being that Eddie Carr is the 'tech guy' for the expedition it is worrying that he gets this wrong.
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When Dr. Malcolm and Dr. Harding smash through the gate on their way to get "the kid" T-Rex, the misspelled sign says "No Tresspassing".
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Continuity 

According to Hammond, Isla Sorna is supposed to be about 80 miles from Isla Nublar. According to the map, Sorna is the central island of "The Five Deaths", but none of the others are Nublar, and no other Islands are around for hundreds of miles.
When the team first sees the dinosaurs, the photographer takes the digital camera out twice and sets it up.
When Stark gets separated from the group, he slides down the hill and falls flat into a dry creek bed. When he lifts his head, his face is filled with dust and dirt. After the mini-dinosaurs attack, he stands up and he is in a water-filled creek and there is no dust on his face.
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When the truck hangs off the cliff, Ian and Sarah are dangling in front of a closet door, with Sarah holding on to the closet's handle, and Ian hanging directly next to her. Yet, in the next shot where the closet door opens, Ian is nowhere to be seen.
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During the scene with the trailer hanging over the cliff, we see the three characters attempting to climb up the rope (after Sarah is narrowly saved from falling through the breaking rear window), but the rope slips loose and they all have to save themselves by grabbing the now-empty rear window frame. However, shortly after, while Eddie is rigging the rope again and also trying to stop the trailers from slipping, a brief shot down through the hanging trailer shows the three of them climbing the rope again.
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When the T-Rex first notices the baby in San Diego, he looks to his right in the close up. In the shot before and after, the gas station is to the left of the T-Rex so he is looking in the wrong direction.
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In the very beginning of the movie when Ian Malcolm talks with Peter Ludlow about the discretion policy he says that Peter has lied about the deaths of three people. Although five people died in the first movie, Malcolm could only have possibly known about three of them. The other two were a worker who died while the park was being set up, and Dennis Nedry, who absconded after sabotaging the park and was never seen again.
During the Raptor scene, when Sara and Kelly are hiding from the two Raptors they start to dig a hole by the door. A little while later when the Raptors move to the back of the building, Malcolm runs into the building via the front door but the hole isn't there.
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When the Nick Eddie and Ian are looking for Sarah, Ian is holding the tranquilizer gun and Eddie is holding the GPS device. A few shots later they switch.
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Towards the end of the movie Dr Malcolm drives to the lab to rescue the baby T-Rex. While driving into the facility he knocks over a light on the right of the screen, when reversing out the light is standing back up.
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The windshield on the SUV, when it is attacked by the T-Rexes, changes from being torn off to being fully attached.
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At the end of the waterfall scene after the T-Rex leaves, Ian joins Nick, Sarah, and Kelly inside the waterfall yet the next time they are seen, they are already dry with little to no explanation as to how that happened so quickly.
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Near the end of the film where Dr. Ian Malcolm and Dr. Sarah Harding crash through the Ingen security gate, there is no rear view mirror attached to the windscreen, yet, when they pull up to get the baby T-Rex, there clearly is one.
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When Ian Malcolm is saying, "Ooh-ahh, that's how it starts", we see Nick Van Owen opening up a silver digital camera. In the very next shot, he's holding the black Nikon.
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After the trailers go off the cliff and the characters discuss what to do next, Kelly switches position in Ian's arms.
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In Hammond's room, Hammond walks over to his desk and the computer is facing the chair. After he walks back around the desk (after handing Ian the folders), the monitor is facing a different direction.
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When Roland and his companion enter the Rex nest, the infant looks up from its dinner at them. In the following shot (from the reverse angle) The infant is looking down and eating again. In the next shot (from behind the infant), it is looking up again and proceeds to lower its head.
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The sign in front of the San Diego Chevron station originally says 1.09. A shot of the T-Rex shows the sign behind it, this time saying 1.15. A final long shot shows the price back at 1.09.
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After saving the baby T-Rex from the trap InGen set, Nick carries the dinosaur over to Sarah and says, 'she has a broken leg'. When the shot returns to Sarah and Nick, they go to get the baby T-Rex out of the car and Nick says, 'I'll get him'.
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In the film Malcolm has one daughter, but in the first film he tells Alan he has three. It seems weird that if he indeed had more kids that they were never mentioned in the film.
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Towards the end of the movie Dr malcolm drives to the lab to rescue the baby T-Rex. While driving into the facility he knocks over a light on the right of the screen. When reversing out the light is standing back up.
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Crew or equipment visible 

After Ian and Sarah have the infant T-Rex in the back seat of the red convertible, as Ian turns into the gas station, in Ian's rear-view mirror you can see a brief reflection of Steven Spielberg with baseball cap directing the scene.
When Dieter Stark gets lost and slips down a small ravine, a set of hands and blue pads are clearly visible (assisting him) as he comes to a rough stop at the end of his fall.
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Early in the movie, when Malcolm visits Hammond at his home, a crew member wearing light blue pants is visible in the horizontal mirror in a desk (or something), behind Hammond.
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When Nick is carrying the baby T-Rex into the trailer, a cable can be seen going around the Rex's right leg and into Nicks jacket. This is probably for the animatronics.
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When Sara is attacked by the stegosauruses, a cameraman can be seen moving in the background.
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Just before "unlucky bastard" gets killed, you can see the reflection of the cameraman in the window.
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Errors in geography 

CNN correspondent mentioned the ship was 206 nautical miles (206NM) from its destination in Costa Rica, halfway there. Even in a straight line crossing over land, it's over 1300NM from San Diego to Costa Rica, way more than twice 206NM.
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Factual errors 

When Roland attempts to shoot the T-Rex with his .600 Nitro Express, the only noise it makes is a dry fire. Although Nick Van Owen removed the bullet and gunpowder from the cartridge, the primer would still make a loud report when fired.
Towards the end of the movie, after the adult male T-Rex escapes from the cargo hold of the S.S. Venture, Sarah asks one of the In-Gen guards why the Tyrannosaur wasn't tranquilized. The guard replies that the animal had been tranquilized, that Roland had shot it with two darts loaded with concentrated Carfentanil, 10 mg worth of it. Sarah said that that should have put the Tyrannosaur into a coma, but it would have done more than that, it should have killed the Tyrannosaur. Carfentanil is one of the most potent opiates in existence, it is approximately 10,000 times more potent than Morphine. Carfentanil is mainly just used for sedating rhinos and elephants. A Tyrannosaur and an African Elephant have roughly the same mass, so the dosage used on a T-Rex would be the same as for an Elephant, which would be between 0.5-1.0 mg. Pumping 10 mg of Carfentanil into the T-Rex would be the same as injecting it with about 150,000 mg of Morphine, which is about 10 times the dosage needed to sedate an animal the size of a Tyrannosaur.
When Dr. Sarah Harding is examining the fracture on the leg of the baby T-Rex, she says the fracture is on the epiphysis. However, the epiphysis is on the ends of a long bone like the tibia she was examining and she wraps the cast around the shaft of the bone, which is the diaphysis.
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San Diego's harbor is one of the trickiest in the world to enter as it has a narrow opening and barrier island blocking it from the open ocean. It also has several channels and the Coronado Bridge limiting access to the harbor.

There's no way that an unmanned ship could traverse this harbor and successfully (or even unsuccessfully) dock itself. The crew would have to be alive, alert and aware or the vessel would have run aground or collided with another ship.
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When the trailer goes over the cliff and Sarah lands on its rear window, the glass starts cracking in a way that ordinary windows would. Vehicle windows are made out of laminated glass, precisely to avoid that effect. A vehicle window would break in such a way that it would fall out in its entirety instead - probably right on impact.
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Miscellaneous 

While the film portrays Nick van Owen as a hero, he violates not only Coast Rican law, he actively interferes with the efforts of a private company to take care of conflicts on its own property. And if the ImGen had wanted to it, it could have easily had him prosecuted for the deaths of the employees who were killed during the animal hunts. The film veers away from this very obvious fact which is odd as ImGen representative, Peter Ludlow, is not shown to be a very sympathetic, nor empathetic individual.
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Incorrectly regarded as goofs 

Everyone is surprised when the barge captain reveals that the islands are called Las Cinco Muertes ("The Five Deaths"), even though the name is clearly marked on their map that we see on the wall of the truck. However, it is possible that Nick had simply not seen that map before leaving, and neither Ian or Eddie knew the English translation.
Shortly after Dr. Malcolm discovers that Sarah Harding is on the island. She talks about studying the dinosaurs without any effect whatsoever. Dr. Malcolm states this as impossible due to the "Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle." This principle is related to quantum physics. It has been suggested that the correct principle is the "Hawthorne Effect", which states that a subject group being studied is affected from the simple fact that it is studied. However, the "Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle" includes a theory that the act of measuring something can change the value of whatever you are measuring, which fits into how Dr. Malcolm was talking about Sarah's scientific measurement causing the change in dinosaur behavior, not the kind of environment the dinosaur is in. Also, Dr. Malcolm would be more likely to know the Heisenberg Principle than the Hawthorne because of his line of work in chaos theory.
The geography in Costa Rica is such that looming mountain ranges create radically different isolated ecosystems. Some of these isolated systems are pine forests, therefore the vegetation portrayed in the film is realistic.
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Plot holes 

At the press conference Peter Ludlow holds at the San Diego dock before the ship crashes, he thanks the assembled group for coming out in the "wee hours" of the morning. When the T-Rex drinks from the swimming pool, the family is still in bed, so it is obvious that it is very early morning. Why, then, are there hundreds of people milling about on the sidewalks when the T-Rex attacks downtown San Diego as if were in the evening?
Malcolm claims that Ingen twisted the fact regarding the death of three people. This isn't necessarily a mistake. The crewman was killed before Malcolm and the others got to the island. Muldoon, Arnold and the lawyer were killed that he knew about. Nedry disappeared and nobody knew what happened to him, they could not have known that he died. Therefore, to Malcolm's knowledge only 3 people did die in Jurassic Park.
After the ship carrying the T-rex collides with the pier, one of the security officers and Mr. Ludlow enter the ship's control room to find that the crew have been torn apart. A hand is seen hanging from the steering wheel. Another hand is seen on the deck holding the cargo hold control. The T-rex is still trapped in the cargo hold until one of the officers unknowingly releases it. Later, in the same scene, Malcolm asks one of Ludlow's men how many other dinosaurs were on board and is told none. The T-rex was still trapped in the cargo hold after the collision and there was no damage from a large creature to the ship's control room. What killed the crew?
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The high hide is suspended quite high above the forest at its peak. It is revealed to be a pulley mechanism, with the winch of a vehicle used to move it up and down. There is nothing above it for the cables to be slung over, so it's a mechanical impossibility. No matter how the mechanism works, there's nothing to suspend it at that height.
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Ships which enter ports use a pilot (a person trained in guiding ships into particular ports) from that port to guide them in. The pilot is either flown out to the ship, or transported on a ship called a tender to the ship well before the ship enters the harbor. This process takes anywhere from several hours to a day and it is a requirement of law. How could the ship, even if it had been set to travel directly into the harbor, have escaped the Coast Guard's notice when it didn't board a pilot or when it traveled directly into a port facility? Why wasn't the ship boarded or stopped BEFORE it got close to San Diego Harbor?
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Revealing mistakes 

When Sarah Harding is surrounded by the Stegosaurus, the front creature (the one that swipes its tail at her) is not reflected in the river's water.
When Eddie is trying to save Ian, Sarah and Nick after the T-Rex's pushed the trailer over the cliff he tries to stop the trailer from going any further by hooking onto the trailer with his SUV's wench. Then when the trailer starts to pull the SUV over the cliff with it, Eddie starts it up and then puts the transmission in reverse and the transfer case into 4 wheel drive, low range. However that would do no good, there is no way a small SUV like that would have enough power to pull that giant heavy trailer back up over the cliff, not with that much weight and leverage working against it. Plus with the ground being all wet and muddy the tires wouldn't be able to get any traction at all, so not only would it be impossible for that SUV to pull the trailer back up (under any condition) but in that mud it wouldn't even be able to hold its position.
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Before Kelly begins her somersault in the cabin to knock out the raptors, you can clearly see the wires supporting her.
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When Sarah reaches up over the edge of the cliff to grab the rope, we see that the rope, which is supposedly holding the weight of three people, is clearly slack.
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Obvious stunt double for Kelly during her gymnastic move before she kicks the velociraptor out the window.
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After the released Triceratops smashes the conference tent in the InGen base camp, it stands over a flame for a moment before charging to the left. As it passes over a cowering workman there is a clear error in clipping in the CGI tail of the creature as it jumps from being in the background to the foreground over the workman's head.
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In the scene after the rampage by the dinosaurs in camp and the burning vehicle goes flying through the air and into a tree you can clearly see the top of the tree give way and buckle under the weight and then return to its previous position, it does it again at the base as the vehicle falls onto it.
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When the Rexes attack Eddie in the car they bite the driver's seat off and it deploys the airbag. A real airbag would inflate much faster and with a different sound than the one in the movie. This is because the deployment of an actual airbag could seriously injure the actor; therefore, they created a slower inflating one which accounts for the change in sound as well.
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When Eddie Carr returns to save Ian, Nick and Sarah, he enters the truck using the windshield frame. At the moment he jumps in, he puts his hand on a piece of glass without suffering any damage, giving the idea that it was not a real piece of glass from the broken windshield.
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When Ian and Sarah break-in to the San Diego InGen Amphitheater to retrieve the Infant Tyrannosaur, they plow through a steel barricade yet their car receives no cosmetic damage.
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Near the beginning, people climb up a steep slope in an apparent heavy rainstorm. The man at the top is kneeling in a large puddle, but there are no raindrops hitting the water. Minutes later, as they walk through the jungle and a creek, heavy rain can be seen hitting the water where they walk, but the water just feet behind them is nearly still.
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At one point when Dieter Stark is being attacked by ProCompsagnathi the dinosaurs are seen running down the side of a ravine in the background knocking aside brush. After the last dinosaur has made it's way down, the brush can be seen moving though no dinosaurs are running through it.
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When Kelly is attacked in the camp by T-Rex inside her tent, she clearly looks at the camera as she is crying.
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During the trailer sequence, after the safety rope unties, the three characters can be seen being held up by wires after falling.
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When Kelly is doing her gymnastics in the shack before kicking the Raptor out, you can see the hand guards, on her hands, that gymnasts use.
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In the shot with the triceratops head plunging through the tent, you can see the cameraman who filmed Ludlow's televised speech flying up out of frame without the dinosaur touching him.
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When Ian Michaels boards the ship after it crashes into the dock, as he is walking across the deck he steps on one of the arms that was severed at the shoulder. Instead of the arm staying on the deck or rising slightly, it pops up almost vertically and almost hits him in his leg. Its obvious that it is a plastic mannequin arm.
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In the beginning when we first see Dr. Malcolm, as he walks past to get onto the train, he is obviously looking directly into the camera.
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Spoilers

The goof items below may give away important plot points.

Character error 

When Dr. Malcolm sees the arriving helicopters, he holds the binoculars to his eyes backwards.

Continuity 

When the ship crashes, the people go on to examine it. Before the T-Rex is released someone goes into the control room and sees a hand on the steering wheel. Nothing is wrong with the windows or room and the T-Rex couldn't have fit his head in the doorway. (However, there was a scene that was cut that showed Velociraptors jumping on the SS Venture and attacking crew-members.)
Towards the end of the movie, in the first close-up of the bus going down the street, there is an extra seated just behind the driver. When the T-Rex crashes its head into the bus, the extra behind the driver disappears even though the seat he was on is clearly in shot.
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At the end of the movie, the CNN correspondent (on the ship returning to the island) mentions that they are 206 nautical miles from the island and moving at 20 knots, estimating an arrival time of 11:30 am ET. This suggests that it's about 1:30 am ET now, or 10:30 pm PT, yet the scene is set at sunrise (or sunset). Since they're halfway, you may draw your own conclusions about the continuity of their departure time.
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Crew or equipment visible 

Before the T-Rex eats David Koepp, he tries to enter a building with windows in the front. You can see two people with shorts coming up to the window, the person on the right carrying some equipment. These are definitely the camera and sound guys - bystanders would run away when they see a T-Rex on the street.
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Near the end of the movie, we see people run by a store. As the camera tracks closer to the store's double doors, you can see the legs and shoes of the cameraman tracking in with his Steadicam.
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Reflected in the glass door just before the Tyrannosaurus rex eats a person outside the video store.
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Errors in geography 

It is impossible for a vessel to crash into downtown San Diego coming from the Pacific Ocean. It would first have to avoid Point Loma, then round North Island on Coronado. The ship carrying the TRex clearly has a straight-on approach on its radar screen; it would have never run into downtown on this course.

Revealing mistakes 

As the T-Rex approaches the swimming pool in the suburbs, the water in the pool never ripples, as it does all throughout the rest of the movie.
When the T-Rex escapes from the ship, and into the US Customs center before heading towards San Diego, it walks by a window filled with people acting as if nothing happened - despite a barge crashing into the dock, screaming people, and a roaring T-Rex with thunderous footsteps passing by.
At the end, the S.S. Venture arrives in port as a derelict with all hands dead. The only dinosaur on this boat is the Rex, contained in the cargo hold. There's no damage to the ship, including the cabin. The scene is a fragment from an earlier version of the film in which Velociraptors infiltrated the ship and killed all hands on board.
When the T-Rex is on his trek through the city streets, a woman backs up her BMW, screaming. However, right before it hits another car, we see the driver is not the same woman, but a person looking back focusing on where they are going, even as the woman's screams are heard.
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