My Boss's Daughter

Corrected entry: At the beginning of the movie, on the subway, a male character refers to Lisa Taylor as "Tara," referring to actress Tara Reid. He states to Tom Stansfield: "Tara doesn't even know you work for the company."

Correction: During this scene the "male character" (Paul) says "Taylor" not "Tara". He is referring here to Jack Taylor, Tom's boss or Lisa Taylor, Tom's love interest.

Corrected entry: In the scene where the girl that had the accident goes to the house, she places her head, that's full of blood on the glass door and she leaves a big blood stain. However,when Tom tells her she should sit in the red chair, and later on, there is no blood on the door.

Correction: The reason their was no blood on the door is because at the end of the movie, they had been cleaning up the house.

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