16 Mistakes In ‘The Notebook’ That Should Have Gotten Everyone Fired

There are some movies you just love so much that you can't help but watch them again and again. Heck, you probably own a copy. And you'll be the first to admit that you've been known to cancel plans to be able to stay in and watch it one more time.

When you love a movie that much, it's easy to forget that an entire team of people had to come together to make it. And what happens when humans make things? They make mistakes. Big mistakes. After all, nobody is perfect—not even Ryan Gosling.

Speaking of... we bet you've never noticed these 16 mistakes in one of Gosling's most memorable films, The Notebook. Directed by Nick Cassavetes in 2004 and based off of the 1996 Nicholas Sparks novel of the same name, this list just might change the way you watch everyone's favorite tearjerker... and make you love it even more.

1. During the carnival scene in The Notebook, in which Noah (played by Hollywood heartthrob Ryan Gosling) first sees Allie (Rachel McAdams), he's watching her ride bumper cars with her friend Sarah. In the cut to their ride, Sarah cries out "Rachel!" instead of "Allie."
2. When Noah eagerly jumps onto the Ferris wheel to talk Allie into going on a date with him, she is heard saying "get off of me." However, the actress's lips do not move when these words are spoken. Whoops!
3. The Notebook is set in South Carolina in the year 1940. During this scene where Allie and Noah are walking down the street at night, you can clearly see a parking meter on the side of the road. Parking meters were not installed in South Carolina until the following year.
4. Later on in that same scene, Noah lays down in the middle of the road. After a brief exchange, Allie joins him. It looks, however, like they moved from one spot to another further to the right. The only problem? We never see them move.