44 Minutes: The North Hollywood Shoot-Out

Corrected entry: In the scene near the end of the movie where the Romainian bank robber is trying to abandon his car and steal the truck, the driver of the truck flees, leaving the driver's side door open. It is still open when the Romainian pulls his car up, but when the shot changes, the door is closed and he has to open it to get in.

Correction: When he drives up to the truck he is at the trucks door, hitting it off screen, and then when he gets out he is seen closing the remainder of what was left open.

Corrected entry: Even though the second gunman survived in the movie, in real-life he died from his wounds. This is mentioned when one of the officers says something like, "Even though they spent so much ammo, nobody but the two gunmen were killed."

Correction: The second gunman died in real life and movie.

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Donnie Anderson: Do you get scared? Yeah. You stay scared? Better not.



After the cops respond to the domestic disturbance (son hitting mom), we see the male officer get in the back with the boy to show him the crime scene photos and he shuts the door after getting in. Police cars are designed so that the back doors must be opened from outside, however, he exited the car with no help.



The film is based on the true story of a 1997 holdup of a North Hollywood Bank of America building.