Nothing But Trouble

Nothing But Trouble (1991)

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Correction: I looked at this very closely and his mouth moves but the words are out of sync with his mouth.

Corrected entry: During the supper Judge Valkenheiser stops the model train and takes some mustard from the tank car on his hot dog, and you see there is nothing else but mustard on the hot dog. But in the next shot when he takes a bite of it, the hot dog is full of ketchup, mustard, schrimp salad etc.

Correction: If you look closely in a few shots after that there is two of the tankers with pumps on the and the 2nd one and two pumps he could have used them.

Corrected entry: When Diane and Chris wakes up from their "good nights sleep" in the house, they go to find some way out of the house. At one point they're being chased by a wall down a corridor, and the wall is moving so fast they have to run not to get "ran over" by it. At the end of the corridor they open a door on the left of the corridor and gets in right before the wall passes, but when the wall passes it's moving much, much slower.

Correction: If you think about it Demi Moore was about to get crushed when Chevy Chase pulls her out of the way. When he got the door open the wall was coming to a stop thats why it was going much slower, because it was coming to a stop.

Continuity mistake: In the scene when Digital Underground was in front of the judge, the lead singer Gregory Jacobs played both roles as Shock G and Humpty Hump. However in some shots you can see Jacob's stand-in playing Shock G.

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Fausto: Where are we going?
Chris Thorne: We're going to Atlantic City, Fausto. Get in the trunk.

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