Mean Machine

Mean Machine (2001)

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Corrected entry: As the prisoners are training for the game against the guards, they show Monk sitting at the goal post. Right after this scene, the characters discuss how they still need a goalkeeper, and they reluctantly suggest Monk to fill the position.

Correction: You have these scenes around the wrong way. They suggest the monk and then he is next to the goal post after they go and talk to him.

Corrected entry: During the football trials, after Mouse has booted the ball out of play, Massive goes to get it. When he is talking to Mr. Ratchett, his top buttons are all done up, as Ratchett grabs his shirt though, they are undone.

Correction: Actually you are wrong. When Mr Ratchett grabs Massive he pull the buttons off his shirt. You can even hear them fall onto the concrete.

Continuity mistake: When Nitro is being sent to another prison, as he is put into the back of the van the prison guard on the right has his hat knocked off, but as he closes the door his hat is back on.

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Massive: If you want any of life's little luxuries - chocolate, toothpaste, soft toilet paper - Massive is your man.
Danny Meehan: Massive?
Massive: It's ironic.

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Trivia: At the end of the movie the match commentator gives the following speech: "Guards of Pentonville, guards of Wandsworth, Walton nick in Liverpool, policemen of Britain, traffic wardens and parole officers, wheel clampers, your boys have taken a hell of a beating today. A hell of a beating." This speech is a direct reference to Norwegian sports commentator Bjørge Lillelien who made British headlines, when Norway in 1981 beat England out of the world cup qualifier.

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