Set it Off

Set it Off (1996)

5 corrected entries

Corrected entry: When Stoney goes to the cocktail party with her boyfriend, she introduces herself to the couple as "Lady". A moment later, the man she is talking to says, "So, Stoney...." calling her by the wrong name.

Correction: Keith (Underwood) and his coworker see each other every day, and have a friendly relationship. On the limo ride over, Keith tells Stoney "we've been seeing a lot of each other". It's very plausible to say that Keith has been referring to her by name in conversation with his coworker, likely even told him he was bringing her to the party. Plus the coworker remembered her when he saw her, definitely stands to reason that she has been mentioned in many conversations between the two guys.

Corrected entry: Near the beginning, Cleo pulls her car into the parking lot and the girls immediately start lying on it. The engine would be way too hot to be able to do that.

Correction: Not if she didn't travel that far.

Corrected entry: Desert Eagle guns are EXTREMELY strong guns when fired, and if you fire one, you have to be pretty strong to hold even one gun because you can get knocked back a good distance. I have a very hard time believing that Cleo was able to fire two Desert Eagles at the same time without being pushed back a little.

T Poston

Correction: Just because one has a hard time believing it, does not make it a mistake. Especially in this instance. I have a very easy time believing it. Cleo is big & tough. Who knows, she could even lift weights in her off time. There is nothing wrong with this scene.

Corrected entry: I guess Jada Pinkett had the same hairstylist for this movie as she did for a The Nutty Professor. When she goes to visit Blair Underwood at his home you can clearly see that her braids are either latch hooked or just a wig.

Correction: I just don't see the mistake here. Stoney wears her hair the same way Jada Pinkett does.

Corrected entry: When Cleo burst through the restaurant from the bank. You can see the SUV's tire marks on the floor before she hits the wall.

Correction: You sure can see em! That's because she tried to stop before hitting the wall, thus leaving the tire tracks. They were made from braking in reverse.

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