Lilo & Stitch
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Continuity mistake: After Stitch regurgitates the cake and replaces it on the plate, when he smells the bait and hops off the chair, the plate with the slice of cake has vanished. (00:32:25)

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Continuity mistake: In the Hula lesson at the beginning of the film the two men in the corner seem to be tapping ipus (gourds hollowed out and used as an implement), but when Lilo makes her comment about Pudge the fish controlling the weather it cuts to the men for a reaction and the one on the right appears to be holding a large red normal shaped ipu. (00:10:30 - 00:12:45)

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Continuity mistake: When Lilo is in her bedroom, and Nani brings her up a slice of pizza, Lilo wants to tell her a story. So she sets her doll down on the bed, and it appears to be right in front of the pillow. Then the shot changes, and the doll is down past Lilo's legs, closer to the wall.

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Continuity mistake: In the scene where Nani is buying Stitch, the woman says "There's a two-dollar licence fee...", on the green wall there is a big large empty space. Then when it cuts to a wideview, after the paper is stamped, a big black telephone is hanging on the prevoiusly bare wall! (00:26:15)

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Continuity mistake: In the dance school scene, the older girls are wearing some type of calf length white pants under the grass skirts. When the fight between Lilo and the red haired girl breaks out, the older girls no longer have the pants at all. (00:10:25 - 00:12:50)

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Continuity mistake: In the beginning of the movie, a few seconds after Lilo attacks Myrtle, all the girls, including Myrtle, gather behind the director. Myrtle's bracelet of leaves is still on. Then when it cuts to her, Myrtle says, "Ew, she bit me." and the bracelet is gone. (00:13:10)

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Continuity mistake: When Nani brings Mr. Bubbles into her home, she spots the paper on the fridge that says "Home Alone," and she runs over to hide it. In this shot you can see that the top of the fridge is empty. Then in the next shot a green towel is hanging down off the top. (00:10:55)

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Continuity mistake: After Stitch regurgitates the cake and replaces it on the plate, when he smells the bait and hops off the chair, the plate with the slice of cake has vanished. (00:32:25)

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Pleakley: Oh great! He's loose!
Jumba: His destructive programming is taking effect. He'll be irresistibly drawn to large cities where he'll back up plumbing, reverse street signs, and steal everyone's left shoe.

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Trivia: During Stitch's destroying rampage, he breaks a drawing by Lilo and she claims that it belonged to her "Blue period", an obvious reference to the painter Pablo Picasso.

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Question: Does anybody know what "Meega Nala Queesta" means?

Answer: The movie contains two languages one is English, and the other is Hawaiian. Meega translate to I or me, and Quessta translate to destroy. I don't know what Nala means, people are telling me it means no or want, so essentially "I want to destroy".

Or it could be I no destroy but since they hate peace so much, they basically hate him.

Answer: As stated, it means "I want to destroy." But it should be pointed out it's a made up language, "Tantalog." Tantalog is a mix of Hawaiian, Chinese, and Chezcreekian. It's also spelled "kweesta." And "nala" means "want to" or evil."

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Answer: Meega nala qweesta means I want to destroy.

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