Corrected entry: In the very last scene, Eddy Murphy is on the beach, and Dan Ackroyd, with Jamie Lee Curtis is on a yacht. They exchange what are now classic lines: "Looking good, Billy Ray!" "Feeling good, Louis!" But the yacht is way off shore. There's no way they could hear each other at such a distance, even at the loud voice that we as viewers hear. (01:52:05)
Corrected entry: In the scene on the train why did they try to switch the briefcase twice when they had already stolen it and passed it off once successfully?
Corrected entry: Take a close look at the badges worn on the breast pockets in the stock exchange scenes by Ackroyd and Murphy. They change colour from green to grey.
Corrected entry: When Billy Ray and Winthorpe arrive in Lower Manhattan near the end of the film, they get out of the car at the World Trade Center, which is actually several blocks north of Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange. Why didn't the driver simply let them off right in front of the NYSE? Furthermore, they are shown walking across the WTC's plaza, meaning they either left the cab on the far side of the Trade Center, which simply doesn't make any sense, or they were just walking in the wrong direction. Wouldn't Winthorpe, who knows his way around the Stock Exchange, be much more able to navigate Lower Manhattan?