The Commitments

The Commitments (1991)

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Corrected entry: Imelda decides not to go off with her family on a caravan holiday to the Isle of Man. However, the Isle of Man bans caravans.

Correction: I don't know where you came upon that little snippet, but it's completely wrong. See, amongst many, many others - http://www.caravancampingsites.co.uk/isleofman/isleofman.htm.

Corrected entry: During the course of the movie Natalie's eyes change colour from being darkish green or hazel in most scenes, including outdoors daytime, to being extremely blue.

Correction: It is natural for 'green' eyes to appear different shades depending upon the lighting and color of a person's clothing. There are also some people whose eye color changes based upon their emotional state.

Daniel Fink

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