Corrected entry: Why are there so many people waiting at that one bathroom where Ace entered at Camp's mansion? Seeing as how he is extremely rich, he must have many other bathrooms in his giant house.
Correction: Many people only invite party guests to certain areas of their homes, because they consider other parts to be too intimate to show casual acquaintances. So even if he did have more bathrooms, it is likely that they would be in areas of his home where guests were not invited.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Ace is trying to prove Eihnhorn's/Finkle's true identity, He opens Einhorns's blouse but it's never removed. In a later shot you see Eihnhorn from behind and can see her bare back. Later, her blouse is back on.
Correction: Ace rips open her blouse and pulls it down below her shoulders, but not completely off, which is why you see her bare back. she pulls it back up before picking up the piece of glass.
Corrected entry: When Woodstock says he is sending new coordinates to the Norwegian whaling fleet, the blips on the radar screen move even when the beam is not sweeping over them. The screen also makes it look as though Woodstock's radar (and the whole nightclub?) is smack in the middle of the fleet.
Correction: Not necessarily, it means that the radar unit is in the middle of the fleet. It wouldn't make sense for him to have his radar at the nightclub.
Corrected entry: When Ace is delivering the package at the beginning of the movie, he lets the elevator doors close on it. However, all elevator doors are equipped with sensors so that they won't close on things. The package would have been big enough to keep the doors open.
Correction: Although all modern lifts do have this fail safe, older ones do not. Harrods in London being a good example! Also depending on the lift, they will either have a beam, or work as per car windows and stop if they can't move freely.
Corrected entry: The "stone" Ace finds in snowflake's tank is supposed to be a cut of "Orange Amber." This is questionable as amber (which isn't really a stone, but is actually a resin) is extremely delicate and dissolves easily even in untreated water, take into account the amount of chemicals present in an aquarium and a piece as small as the ones used in the ring wouldn't stand a chance.
Correction: Unless it was coated in a clear lacquer. Which is almost certainly was. This would allow the owner of the ring in which this setting was to placed to not have to remove the ring every time they took a shower or went swimming. Without a lacquer finish the setting would eventually dissolve away even through normal wear and use.
Corrected entry: When Ace is going to inspect the tank he climbs halfway down the ladder and jumps down. Then he takes a few steps and makes it nearly halfway across the tank. In the next shot they zoom in on Roger and Mellisa but you here about 7-10 more steps, enough for Ace to reach were he was going but when they show him again it looks as if he's barely moved if moved at all.
Correction: You only hear the steps, but since we can not see him, there is no indication that they were all in the same direction. He likely took the same number of steps backward as he did forward (i.e. five forward then five back) to end up where he started, or even walked in a circle investigating the perimeter of the tank.
Corrected entry: At the beginning of the film, Ace's landlord says how he "heard animals scratching around" in Ace's apartment. Ace then lets him inside to snoop around, but at his signal all the animals hide. Thing is, the landlord would have a master key that would allow him access to all his tenants' apartments, so why didn't he just have a look himself when Ace wasn't home?
Correction: Because it's illegal for a landlord to enter a tenant's rented space without permission from the tenant.
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the movie when the dolphin is stolen, Finkle puts his hand (wearing the Superbowl ring) on the tank. This is a man's hand, however, Finkle would have a woman's hand seeing as he is posing as Lieutenant Einhorn at this time. There is also no way he could have been Finkle at this point in time because later in the movie it is shown that "she" has been a lieutenant for a while.
Correction: Finkle had breast implants. He didn't have an operation altering the bone structure in his hands. There's no reason the hands shouldn't look like a man's.
Corrected entry: When Ace is hanging on the wall in the James Bond scene, when he lets go with one hand to open the door his hand holding him slips and he still hangs, showing he is standing on something.
Correction: This is very intentional. Ace is obviously standing on a ledge the whole time, but he plays that he is in a spy thriller, and has to follow the clichés. One of these is to give the audience a scare by having the hero hanging on to something by one hand and almost slip off. It is just Aces childish fantasy at work here, nothing more.
Correction: There are two possibilities for this. The first and most likely is that Melissa is referring to the fact that Snowflake herself is considered rare for her talents, abilities, markings, age or any number of personal reasons. The second is that it is a common misconception that Bottlenose Dolphins are so commonplace, just because we see them in zoos and water shows. The Marine Conservation Association has declared them Vulnerable, just a step from Endangered and they state there has been no known accurate census of their numbers, which have dwindled due to Tuna fishing practices killing dolphins world wide.
Correction: The revolver is a Smith & Wesson Model 36. If you pull the hammer all the way back the trigger will retract to that position so that only a slight tug is required to fire.
Corrected entry: At the end of the movie, at the Super Bowl between the Miami Dolphins and the Philadelphia Eagles, Ace is sneaking up on the albino pigeon sitting on the gatorade coolers. The Eagles' mascot walks up and shoos the bird away, but they are on the Dolphins' side of the field. Why would the Eagles mascot be on that side?
Correction: There's no protocol to say mascots have to be on their own side. Some games the mascots go around the field to antagonise the team or fans and to have a bit of fun with the crowd.
Corrected entry: Film footage of the "Ray Finkle" missed field goal in the movie was authentic. It was actually a blocked field goal from Superbowl VII that was attempted by Dolphins kicker Garo Yepremian.
Correction: The footage may have had some bits from Superbowl VII (7) but is more likely from Superbowl XIX (19). This was the Superbowl discussed in the film between the Dolphins and the San Francisco 49ers. You can even see in the shot of the replays of the kicking that the opposition team is the 49ers (it's on the helmet). The kick that Garo Yepremian missed for the Dolphins was against the Washington Redskins which was in Superbowl VII.
Corrected entry: After Ace reveals that Einhorn is a man by showing her "scorching case of hemorrhoids" she runs after him and he slides out of the way causing her to fall into the water. If you look closely, as she's falling there are no "hemorrhoids."
Correction: That's not really hemorrhoids but actually "his" genitals that he had tucked under to keep hidden. When "he" was running towards Ace they would have shifted back where they belong.
Corrected entry: When Melissa picks up the phone to hear the news that Roger Podachter is dead, it is brightly sunny. The shot changes immediately to Podachter's apartment building, where it's now night.
Correction: Watching the scene, just before they left the sun is starting to set. By the time they got there the sun might have gone down. Besides there are two different scenes, meaning the time difference is not immediately taking place as soon as she finishes talking on the phone.
Correction: Why is this a mistake? She's there trying to convince the place that he's insane, but she doesn't know exactly what he's going to do. It'd be the same as you and a close friend doing the same thing.
Corrected entry: When Ace is visiting the run-down rural home of Ray Finkle's parents, Ray's mother shows Ace an 8mm film of the kick that Ray missed in the Super Bowl. The ball misses wide left, but when the referee is shown signalling that the kick is no good, he is waving his arms as though it missed wide right.
Correction: This may be, but not a filmmakers' mistake. As noted in the trivia section, "Film footage of the 'Ray Finkle' missed field goal in the movie was authentic. It was actually a blocked field goal from Superbowl VII that was attempted by Dolphins kicker Garo Yepremian."
Correction: It is talked about in the behind-the-scenes interviews with Jim Carrey that his hair for this movie was drenched with hair-gel (I think it was a Freeze gel) so that it never moves throughout the film and maintains its shape. This may well be what Ace does too.
Corrected entry: When Ace reveals the true identity of Einhorn, she is surrounded by policemen. Still nobody who stands behind her sees the "thing" in the back of her panties until Ace turns her around. Then all of a sudden everyone, even the policemen now facing her front, are disgusted.
Correction: They might not have realized what it was or weren't paying attention until he pointed it out.