Demolition Man

Raymond Cocteau is killed by Phoenix, who tries to re-animate the entire cryoprison to start a new reign of terror. Spartan arrives at the cryoprison and causes the unstable Phoenix to destroy it while trying to kill him. In the process, Phoenix is frozen and then Spartan kicks off his head, killing him. Spartan tells Chief George Earle and Edgar Friendly to accomodate each other and form a new government to replace the late Cocteau. Spartan finally gets to kiss Huxley over the credits.

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Factual error: The display on John Spartan's cryogenic reads, "August 3, 2032," which will fall on a Tuesday. Later that same day, Huxley says to Warden Smithers, "It's a beautiful Monday morning" (00:11:30 - 00:12:15)

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Trivia: In some versions, all references to Taco Bell are changed to Pizza Hut. (00:57:15)

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Question: I remember seeing this movie multiple times years back, and i distinctly remember the restaurant being Taco Bell, why the sudden badly dubbed pizza hut in the new television version?

Answer: A number of the European releases of the film replaced Taco Bell with Pizza Hut, as Pizza Hut has a significant international presence, whereas Taco Bell is relatively unknown outside the US, with very few restaurants. While most versions around these days keep the US original dialogue, the altered versions do occasionally crop up, particularly on television.

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Answer: In South Africa we also had a version that called the restaurant Burger King. I just always assumed that they changed the name when a franchise offered them more money for product placement.

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