Bad Boys
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Revealing mistake: When the two ladies go to the party relatively near the beginning, one goes off to the toilet. The other one gets shot (through the cushion) she then falls back on a coffee table which completely shatters before she even hits it. (00:26:10)

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Revealing mistake: When the computer is being hacked and the password and/or code for the database is shown on the screen, most of the display is for an Autodesk printer driver. (01:39:00)

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Revealing mistake: In the mad taxi sequence, there is a shot of the taxi with sparks shooting out. If you look closely you can see the device that made the sparks. (01:33:10)

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When the two female characters enter the fancy hotel room, they make a point to say they will only be there for a couple of minutes. It is daylight when they go in. The visit is cut short (the one that's supposed to be a few minutes long) because of a gun battle in which one of the women dies and the other escapes. The escaped one gets out through the roof into an evening's sky. There's still light visible, but for a visit that lasts all of 4 minutes, it's far too quick a change.

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Trivia

Pretty much all of the dialog between Martin Lawrence and Will Smith was ad-libbed. The original script can be found here: http://www.imsdb.com/scripts/Bad-Boys.html, as Don Simpson and Jerry Buckheimer thought it would be better and more funny.

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