The Toy

Question: Why does Stanley believe writing a book is a cop-out?

Answer: Because writing isn't a real job with a regular paycheck. Jack hasn't paid his mortgage in 6 months, so he's not making a living as a writer. So when Jack replies he has a job as a writer, Stanley is saying Jack is using that idea as an excuse not to work a regular job.


Question: At the end of the movie, what did the boy say to his mom before shooting a toy dart at Jack's head?

Answer: "Up yours, you mother!"


Continuity mistake: In the scene at the fund raising party where Jack and Master Bates are messing up the party, the Grand Wizard of the KKK is pushed into a bowl of chocolate pudding. The amount of pudding on his face constantly changes in subsequent shots from completely covered to partially to completely to partially to finally completely covered.


More mistakes in The Toy

Fräulein: I'm gonna tell your father.
Jack Brown: Does everybody around here say that?
Eric Bates: Yeah.
Jack Brown: Well I'm not gonna say it anymore.

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