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Lilo & Stitch (2002) Poster

(2002)

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Continuity 

When Lilo is running from the beach to dance class she is wearing a striped bathing suit, over which she puts on her grass skirt before entering the building. When she joins the other children onstage she is still wearing her grass skirt, but she is now wearing a tube top.
When Nani invite Cobra Bubbles into the house there is a pot simmering on the stove. She takes the lid off then turns around, after Lilo walks in they show the stove behind Nani and Cobra Bubbles and the pot has turned into a frying pan.
Stitch's scratch marks on Lilo's glass prison disappear and reappear.
When Lilo goes to dance class we see the two drummers are playing the same kind of drum. When Lilo announces that Pudge controls the weather, one of the drummers has a different drum.
Jumba's gun is destroyed when it explodes and demolishes the house, but after this you can still see a gun in the holster on his back.
When David sets the stage on fire, the hole on the canopy has a bamboo beam showing through. On the very next shot the beam is gone.
At the luau Nani's skirt is short but when she gets fired it's long.
When Lilo is talking to the Hula teacher about just wanting dance, we can see Myrtle in the background holding her arm. On her wrist is a grass bracelet. When we focus on Myrtle and she says "Eww, she bit me"; the grass bracelet is gone.
During the first hula class, Myrtle clearly has light skin; but as Lilo runs to talk to the group of girls after class, she is as dark as Lilo. Later, when Stich steals Myrtle's bike, she is light again.
Throughout the final parts of the film, Jumba's head keeps switching from big to medium size to big again.
After the house blows up, Lilo's picture of her family is shown with three burned corners in distant shots, but only two close up.
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When Cobra Bubbles puts Lilo in his car, you see the door lock button on the drivers side. When the shot goes back to Lilo a different kind of lock is revealed on the passengers side.
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When Cobra Bubbles is at Nani's back door, the door swings to Nani's right when she opens it. But later when Nani crawls on top of the dryer and she opens it, it opens the opposite way.
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When David pulls Stitch out of the water after he appears to have drowned, Stitch is facing out, but when you see him again he is facing in.
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When Nani, Lilo, and Stitch come home after the luau, Nani reaches halfway up the wall, turns on the lights, and the sound of the switch flipping can be heard. The light switch can be seen a moment later as she carries Stitch out of the kitchen, but when she tries to carry him out of the house, it has disappeared.
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In the scene after Cobra Bubble's first visit, Nani brings Lilo some pizza in her room. Behind Lilo you can clearly see a neon green star and moon on the right bedpost. Later on, as the lights go out, the star and moon are clearly on the left bedpost. Later still, when Stitch wakes up Lilo with the Duckling book, the star/moon isn't even on a bedpost, it's on the headboard between the posts. After that, the star/moon disappear completely to reappear on the window frame for two scenes.
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When Stitch is first escaping the prison ship, the female pilot states that "He's loose on deck C!" and points at a moving red dot. However, the camera then shifts to Stitch, who is still locked in place.
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When Jumba is at Lilo's house trying to catch Stitch, at one point he rips the plate rack off the kitchen wall and throws the plates at Stitch who is crawling on the celling. But a while later when Lilo calls Cobra Bubbles for help, the plate rack (and the plates) is back on wall behind her.
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When Nani invites Cobra Bubbles into the house, she opens the back door and leaves it open. But later on when she's chasing Lilo around the house, the door is closed.
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At one point during "He Mele No Lilo", the two older Hula dancers at the left switch places, after that they switch back to their original places.
When Lilo is in the restaurant where Nani works, her crayon disappears and then reappears.
During the Scene when Nani is apologizing to Lilo for yelling at her, Lilo is sitting on the left side of her bed holding her Scrump doll. Than Nani picks her up to console her, Lilo casually drops Scrump on the same side of the bed. Yet, when the shot changes, Scrump is now on the far right side of the bed.

Factual errors 

Right before Stitch finds the Ugly Duckling book, he picks up three other books. The first two, "Oyster Farming: Is it for you?" and "Fire Eating for Fun and Profit" have their titles printed on the back of the books, and nothing printed on the fronts.
After Stitch destroys the ships power grid at the beginning of the movie, one of the Gantu's deckhands checks on the computer to see if a police cruiser has been taken. How can she be checking the computer when the power has been cut?

Plot holes 

At the beginning of the film, the Grand Councilwoman seems not to know the Planet Earth (since she doesn't recognize it and doesn't know it's almost completely covered in water). However, in the end of the film, she claims she has already been on Earth in the Roswell incident, and she has met Cobra Bubbles.

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