At the dance, Carter, as Zorro, says he learned to fence from "The Pirates of Penzance," by Sir W.S. Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan Act 2, Scene 1. There is no fight scene in Act 2, Scene 1 of Pirates, the scene consists of a slow ballad sung by the female chorus.
When Bobby and Eleanor are trying to convince Sam to go to the dance, Eleanor begins to say her next line too early, interrupting Bobby's line "put your freak on", about doing "whatever you kids do these days."
When Sam is in Rhonda's house, she is looking through items in a red bowl and says, "Rhonda, you sure do have a knack for taking something simple and making it beautiful." The mask is not in front of the red bowl at this time. She walks over to Rhonda and looks at the dress with her. When the camera goes back to the red bowl, the mask is propped up against it, though neither Rhonda nor Sam had time to place it there.
When Fiona places the material from the Princeton acceptance letter under her arm as Sam enters the room, the bottom document is a brochure with color and graphics. When Sam leaves the room Fiona takes the material out and on the bottom is a plain white sheet of paper.
While Shelby and her two friends are walking through the
hall saying "Move" repeatedly, Madison's yellow covered textbook goes from the binding facing out to the pages facing the camera then back so that the binding is facing the camera again.
Sam's hair length and cut are different throughout the whole movie. When she is woken up at the beginning it is shorter and angled more, but when she is in the boy's locker room looking for Austin, it's long and with no angles.
When Brianna and Gabriella are fighting in the car wash, Brianna jumps onto Gabriella's shoulders while soap starts spraying all over them. On the shots with the camera looking up at them, the soap is spraying on both of them, but when the camera goes to an overhead shot, the soap is only spraying on Gabriella.
It is impossible for Fiona to have "gotten" everything when Sam's father died. Under California intestate succession law, Sam would have been entitled to half of everything her father owned before he married Fiona.
Sam receives her acceptance letter to Princeton in early November, right after the Halloween dance. The earliest time Princeton would accept an application is November first, with notifications being mailed in early December.
All regulation high school football games across the nation only run in 12-minute quarters. The game starts the quarter with 15 minutes on the clock, the time limit played at the college and professional levels.
'The district attorney asks Fiona about her signature being on the witness line of her late husband's will, but witnesses are never legally allowed to be beneficiaries.' Fiona was not a beneficiary. Sam said she got everything, so Fiona would be allowed to sign as a witness. She didn't reveal that she knew Hal had a will, because then she would get everything.
At the football game at the end of the movie when the cheerleaders are in a line going down each one of the Fighting Frogs, on the other side of the field there is nobody in the stands not even a football team.
When Sam hits the baseball over the fence, she does not follow through with the bat. Not only would the ball not go that far, the ball would have veered towards the right instead of the left towards Austin.
When Brianna and Gabriella are at the car wash, Gabriella grabs a windshield squeegee. In the first shot, the plastic side is facing outwards, but when Brianna starts to run away, the squeegee is flipped so that the wet side is facing out.