Directed by: Martin Scorsese
Starring: John Goodman, Nicolas Cage, Patricia Arquette, Tom Arnold, Tom Sizemore, Ving Rhames
Genres: Drama, Thriller
Other mistake: When Nicolas Cage and Patricia Arquette are engaged in conversation over pizza, Cage goes out of focus as he shifts in his chair.
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Marcus: I rebuke the spirit of drugs in the name of Jesus. What's his name?Drummer: I.B. Bangin'.Marcus: What you mean I.B. Bangin'?Drummer: I.B. Bangin'.Marcus: What the hell kind of name is I.B. Bangin'?Drummer: I don't know his real name.I.B.'s Girlfriend: It's Frederick Smith.Marcus: Okay, Freddy.I.B.'s Girlfriend: It's Frederick.Marcus: Okay, I.B. Bangin', we're gonna bring you back from the dead.
When Cy Coates is impaled on the terrace guardrail, we see a shot of various emergency vehicles in front of the building, including FDNY Rescue Company 4. Rescue 4 is the rescue company for the borough of Queens; the movie takes place in Manhattan, so Rescue 1 would have been the unit that responded.
In the beginning scene where the crew responds to a cardiac arrest, they defibrillate (shock) the patient three times in under fifteen seconds. When the monitor appears on the screen his rhythm appears to be asystole, which the current (2015) guidelines state should not be shocked. The 2015 AHA guidelines also call for two minutes of compressions between shocks. One might think the writers made a mistake; however, the recommendation not to shock asystole only appeared as recently as 1992. The medics in Bringing Out the Dead would have learned to give three shocks in rapid succession and likely would have shocked asystole as a precaution because it can be hard to distinguish from fine ventricular fibrillation. The film is actually medically accurate considering it is set in the early 90s.