Goofs from Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
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- Throughout the movie, the New York Police Department is incorrectly referred to with the abbreviation "PDNY;" it should be "NYPD." (Presumably, the filmmakers confused New York's Police and Fire Departments, as the Fire Department uses the similar abbreviation "FDNY.")
- Miles gets out of the back of the police cruiser his father is driving by opening the door from the inside. Unless things are different with the PDNY, you can't open the back doors from inside a police cruiser, to avoid the person escaping.
- When Peter Parker, Miles Morales and Gwen Stacy are standing outside Aunt May's door, Peter starts walking away until Gwen fires up a web to pull him back. In the very next shot, Peter is back in place but the web behind him is gone entirely.
- Miles, strangely, blames himself for 'being followed' to Aunt May's house, when by then it was public knowledge that May's nephew was Spider-Man. (The memorials placed in front of her house are evidence of this ubiquity; although, as another plot hole, the obviousness of the backyard shed being a brightly glowing, emblem-showing Spider-Cave entry door would have tipped off the neighbors long before Spider-Man's passing, that May knows Spider-Man). Either way, it makes perfect sense to assume the villains would go to May's to find the Spider-Men they were pursuing.
- Miles' dad is a patrolman in Brooklyn, where he lives, giving Miles a ride to work, etc. But, when the villains show up at Aunt May's house, which is 'somewhere in Queens', he picks it up on the radio and drives over.
- In the fight between the Spider-Men and the villains at Aunt May's House, Aunt May knocks Tombstone outside with a bat. Seconds later he can be seen briefly in the background fighting in the house again.