Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls

Other mistake: When Ace supposedly wipes the loogies from his eyes you can see his palms are under his eyesockets.

Other mistake: When Ace is singing "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" in the car, he drives his car through a creek. Then we see a shot of Spike (the monkey) covering his head with a map to keep him from getting wet. In the very next shot we see Greenwall with that same map in his hands.

Other mistake: When the Wachatti chief spits in Ace's face, you can clearly see it goes to the side of his body, thus never hitting his face.

Continuity mistake: When Ace is solving the case in front of the guy that hired him, the guy is playing chess with no-one at all. Then Ace takes big steps towards him, moves a piece, then when the camera cuts back to the guy playing chess, all the chess pieces are gone, no sign of them whatsoever. Then they reappear later.

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Wachootoo Chief: Eqinsu Ocha!
Ace: What does Eqinsu Ocha mean?
Ouda: White devil.
Ace: Well, tell them I'm not.
Ouda: I only met you. How do I know?
Wachootoo Chief: [to tribe] Eqinsu Ocha! Eqinsu Ocha!
Ouda: He said...
Ace: Let me guess. White devil, white devil?
Ouda: Yes. You speak Wachootoo?

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Trivia: Until Dumb and Dumber To, this was the only sequel Jim Carrey ever did to one of his own movies. He doesn't like to do sequels but did this one due to popular demand.

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Question: Why did Ace punch out the Monopoly guy? Is there a reason why he did such a thing? Did he even know the guy?

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Answer: The woman told him to try and "enjoy the fruits of nature", meaning wearing an animal as a piece of clothing. So he punches the monopoly guy out cold and puts him over his shoulder to try out wearing an animal.

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