To Live and Die in LA

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Factual error: After the car chase in the film, as the car leaves a mess of vehicles behind it, it is obvious that the directional flow of the "props" traffic was on the left side of the highway, as if the film was shot in England. But it was shot in USA. The direction signs on this Los Angeles highway are also not visible to the traffic. Drivers would have to look back to see what exit they just missed.

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John Vukovich: So now you want to commit a robbery?
Richard Chance: I wouldn't call it that.
John Vukovich: What would you call it?
Richard Chance: Taking down a douche bag who's trying to break the law.

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Trivia: Real counterfeit bills were printed during principal photography. The prop master got in some hot water for this, even though the bills were created specifically for a scene in which Willem Dafoe burns them in a fireplace.

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Question: What is it with Rick Masters and shooting people in the face? I counted three deaths that way.

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Chosen answer: If you want to be reasonably certain of an instant kill, headshots are the way to go.

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Answer: Rick can only be implicated in shooting one person in the face, and that is not seen. His henchman shoots two people in the face.

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