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Anachronisms 

Roughly 5 minutes into the film, in the Brooklyn cut scene after eating family dinner and before the scene at the fabric shop a late model Honda Civic sedan (Produced starting in 2006) can be clearly seen, even though the movie is set in 1998.
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The movie is set in 1998 and you can clearly see cars that have license plates that were not used at that time.
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The bottle of perfume Rachel hands Sam to give to his mom is Calvin Klein Euphoria, which was not released until 2007.
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The movie is supposed to be set in the late 90s, but the Freedom Tower (built on the 9/11 site and under construction) can be clearly seen in the skyline.
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In a scene between Sam and Rachel in an apartment there is a more recently designed bottle of Vitaminwater on a table bar top (tropical citrus flavor?). As a site note, Glacéau's brand of VitaminWater was not distributed until the early 2000's which puts the product a few years off from when the film was meant to be depicted.
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Character error 

About 40 minutes into the movie, when the European drug lord shows his operation, he says "This thing's capable of producing 300 pills a minute, over 100,000 an hour." However, 300 pills a minute would account for 18,000 per hour.
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