Best romance movie audio problems of all time

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Alfie picture

Audio problem: When Alfie and the other mechanic are at the shed, the mechanic asks, "Are you getting serious with her?" and his mouth is not in sync.

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Jumanji picture

Audio problem: When the Bat Exterminator is pointing at the book in the attic, he says "Some kid said she saw a bunch of those back in the 60's." His mouth is visible in the screen, however it doesn't move at all. (00:18:50)

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Sliver picture

Audio problem: Polly Walker's digital answering machine makes sounds of a tape transport machine as it intercepts a message.

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Lost in Translation picture

Audio problem: When Kelly starts talking about colon flushing Charlotte gets up to join Bob at the bar. In the background Kelly continues her story, but her mouthing and gestures are not at all in line with her words. (00:37:20)

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Audio problem: When Perseus starts to swing his rope at Pegasus, the rope is absurdly loud, and is obviously just the same recorded "whoosh" sound repeated four or five times.

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Audio problem: When Joanie and Tommy are eating dinner at Betty's home, there's a close-up profile shot of both Joanie and Tommy right before they kiss. Tommy says to Joanie, "Come here you," but his lips don't move.

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Audio problem: During the scene of the birthing woman, Azeem says, "If you won't hear my advice...", but his lips don't move.

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Fools Rush In picture

Audio problem: Each time Isabel's dog is shown, we hear bells jingling, as if the dog is wearing a collar, but one is never visible.

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The Philadelphia Experiment picture

Audio problem: In 1943, a top secret Naval experiment went wrong and David was sent forward in time to 1984, with his friend Jimmy. In 1984, David and Allison, a girl fom the present day, are staying in a hotel room. David picks up the talking travel alarm clock and fidgets with it. Yet, in the shot of Allison the alarm clock is still on the nightstand between the two beds. Then as he puts the alarm clock back on the nightstand, in the shot of Allison, the alarm clock is on the nightstand even though we hear the sound of him actually placing the alarm clock down. (00:54:25)

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Must Love Dogs picture

Audio problem: In the scene where everyone's singing the theme to the Partridge Family, Bobby gets up and walks over to a two-keyboard organ and starts playing on the top row. What we hear is piano. It's possible that the organ was set to emulate piano, but he never turned it on first. It's also pretty clear that he's not actually playing anyway, as his keystrikes aren't matching up with what we hear.

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Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House picture

Audio problem: In a scene when the Blandings first move into their dream house, Cary Grant (Jim Blandings) says something to a workman and his lips clearly don't match what is heard.

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Audio problem: When the girls are digging up the box, Lucy says, "Me either" as she is bending down, but if you look closely her lips are not moving.

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Better Off Dead picture

Audio problem: Monique runs out of the house, holding Ricky's picture. She sits down and starts to laugh at the picture. Her mouth movements don't match the laugh that is heard. (00:39:10)

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Return to Me picture

Audio problem: When Gracie gets a heart and she is about to go into surgery she begins to talk to her Grandpa Martie. Watch his lips, he is mouthing her lines.

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The Break-Up picture

Audio problem: When Gary Grobowski is playing the Playstation 2 with Mad Dawg Killa, when Mad Dawg disconnects, the headset makes a dialtone. This should never happen with videogame headsets. Never a dial tone.

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Yentl picture

Audio problem: When Anschel and Avigdor are arguing, Avigdor says, "Aww, what's the matter with you?" But his lips are saying something different.

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What Women Want picture

Audio problem: When Mel Gibson is writing the letter to Helen Hunt after the Nike deal is done, he closes the laptop part way and a clicking sound is heard even though he has already removed his hand from the laptop. However, the Powerbook G3 he's using doesn't click at half way. Then, at the next shot, a few seconds later, the laptop is closed but there was no clicking sound while the camera was looking at Helen, even though there should have been one.

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Blind Date picture

Audio problem: At the wedding, Nadia sees Walter across the pool and in the close-up of her face we hear her let out a loud shriek, but visually she does no such thing. (01:29:55)

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Audio problem: In the scene where Bobby is talking to Tony's brother (the ex-priest) in the nightclub about getting his girlfriend pregnant, his lips rarely move when he is speaking, when the scene is shot on his right side. His movements of his mouth do not match the dialogue. (01:04:45)

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Audio problem: When Phil is playing the piano with the jazz group, we hear three glissandos (dragging of the fingers over the keys starting from high to low), yet we see his hands only do one. We hear the first two happen while we see his hands playing something different.

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