Beverly Hills Cop II

Plot hole: When the TV News report about Bogomil's shooting, they say that he was leading the investigation into "the so-called Alphabet Crimes". However before he was shot, there was only one crime - the Adriano's robbery.

Jacob La Cour

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Suggested correction: The reporter called it the "Alphabet Crimes" because the media received a cryptic message after the Adriano's robbery which suggested more crimes would occur.

BaconIsMyBFF

Character mistake: In the final scene of the film where Axel is leaving, and Taggart says "See you around." when Axel turns around to start driving he says "Be cool Rein..." He accidentally uses the surname of the actor, Judge Reinhold, who plays Billy Rosewood. However he cleverly tries to cover it up by trailing off his sentence as he knows he has made the mistake. (01:34:15)

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Suggested correction: He doesn't say "Rein", he says "be cool, man." But that was the end of his sentence, he wasn't trailing off.

Bishop73

Continuity mistake: The guy in the armored car's passenger seat disappears and reappears during the chase.

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Axel Foley: I ain't doing nothing in front of this dude, 'cause this dude is a cop! I know when I can smell a pig inside a room. I used to be a Muslim, man, and I know there's pork over here!

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Trivia: The black valet who receives Axel Foley and Billy Rosewood in the cement truck in front of the playboy mansion is played by a very young Chris Rock (by some declared to be the Eddie Murphy of our day).

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