- Fridge Horror: The ending becomes rather worrying when you take something into consideration. Even if Andrew had become fully human, it's doubtful that Rupert was able to give him a soul, to move on to the afterlife.
- "Funny Aneurysm" Moment: Andrew is seen getting a mechanical operation in his chest area (with his human covering on). Ten years later, Robin Williams would undergo open heart surgery.
- Harsher in Hindsight: The end of the movie where Andrew willingly gives up his life to be happy (fulfilling his dreams of being recognized as human, that is) becomes a whole lot darker when you take into account Robin William's own suicide in 2014. Not to mention near the end of the film, seeing Robin Williams in aging prosthetics makeup is a bit odd and unnerving now since he tragically didn't live that old.
''Laugh and cry..Live and dieLife is a dream we're dreamingDay by dayI find my wayLook for the song and the meaning''''Then you look at meAnd I always seeWhat I have been searching forI'm lost as can beThen you look at meAnd I am not lost anymore''
- A lot of the lyrics in CÚline Dion's Then You Look at Me has also become harsher in hindsight—not only for Robin Williams' suicide, but also for the film's composer James Horner's death from a plane crash in June 2015.''
- Tear Jerker: So very many scenes in the movie.
- Three words: See you soon.