Corrected entry: About 1/3 of the way through, in the scene where Elliot is Jefe and the servant asks him if he wants breakfast, he says, "I'm sorry I don't speak Spanish." He realizes that he just spoken Spanish and he rolls his eyes up in his head. As he does this the brown contact lenses that he is wearing roll up a little and you can see his blue eyes underneath.quay
Corrected entry: When Elliot becomes the super-intelligent author and arrives at the party, everyone there knows him, and knows everything about him, his life, his work, and his personality. Now, he doesn't know he is gay - that's the whole premise of the scene - but surely everyone else does? He is living with his gay lover! How could his friends and sycophants not know that? Why, then, does the hostess - a women who knows him very well - insist on pushing a woman onto him?
Corrected entry: When Elliot is Lincoln and he's about to get shot, the killer appears right after they enter the theater, barely giving him time to find the beeper. Then he soundly announces himself before killing the President, amid a silent crowd. In reality, Lincoln was shot towards the end of the play, quietly, after one of the funniest lines, and when everyone was laughing loudly. The assassin chose that moment in hopes that the sound of the laughter would mask the sound of his gunshot.
Corrected entry: In the scene where the line scores from the basketball game are posted, Elliott scored 104 points and had 32 assists. Yet, the total score was only 135 for his team. 32 assists would mean at least 64 more points.
Corrected entry: In the scene when Liz Hurley and Brendan Fraser first go to her office in the nightclub, she's wearing a red dress with a long slit up the front. As she walks around the desk to light a cigarette, just before she sits down, the slit opens all the way to the top and it appears Liz is not wearing underwear. This is best viewed on DVD. Black panties would be completely dark, red panties would match the dress and white would be much brighter than what we actually see.